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  • Welcome to TeamMates!

    To learn more please watch this video

    Password is TeamMates*

  • Thank you for your interest in TeamMates.

    TeamMates is a one to one mentoring program that matches caring adults with youth. Mentors can be a wise and trusted guide and help you be your best. Our goal is that you have a TeamMates mentor until you graduate from high school.

    Welcome students. Consider current mentees being part of new mentee training. Consider ongoing opportunities for annual mentee training sessions. Discuss history of TeamMates and number of matches.*

  • The Mission of TeamMates is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential through mentoring.

    Discuss mission has nothing to do with grades, attendance, and behavior. The TeamMates program builds long lasting, strength based relationships.*

  • A mentor is a caring adult volunteer that will meet with you on a weekly basis. Mentors are adults who are focused on your strengths and talents, encouraging you to be yourself and feel supported.

    Explain mentors and screened and trained and committed to a long term relationship.*

  • You were chosen to be a TeamMate because someone recognized your unique gifts and talents. Through TeamMates you and your mentor can further develop your strengths and learn together.

    Explain the ways students are nominated for TeamMates and that it is about what is right about our mentors and mentees, and their leadership potential. Explain the parent handbook and permission.*

  • Youth in mentoring programs are called mentees. As a mentee, you meet with your mentor weekly, throughout the school year and for many years to come.

    Explain being open to the mentoring relationship, respectful to the mentor, and how many matches are currently active in your program.*

  • Its up to you! You can play games, do a craft, learn new things and teach your mentor new things.

    Your mentor will keep your conversations private unless you tell them you are being hurt, plan to hurt others, or are involved in harmful behavior.

    Explain where the games and activities are for your matches, the use of gym or other school space. Explain all meetings take place at school. Explain the role of a mentor as a confidante, but also a safe reporter.*

  • TeamMates matches meet with each other weekly during the school year, at school. As a school-based mentoring program we meet at the school and communicate through the school.

    There are some sponsored TeamMates group activities outside of school; however, those are planned by your TeamMates coordinator and require permission and paperwork.

    Explain your chapter policy on group activities and how best to communicate with you as a program or school coordinator. *

  • Do give your mentor a chance. Take some time to get to know them.Do teach your mentor new things they are open to learning with you.Do be open to new experiences. Your mentor might have a hobby or talent that you want to learn.Do be on time and respectful.Do share what you know or like to do with your mentor. Share your strengths!

    Explain that mentors and mentees are learning together.*

  • Dont miss a chance to meet with your mentor. Be sure to plan when you will meet.Dont connect with your mentor via social media or text/phone. As TeamMates, you meet at the school and communicate through the school.Dont ask your mentor for gifts or money, nor give gifts to your mentor. Time is the most valuable thing that you give in TeamMates.Dont hesitate to ask let your coordinator know of any questions you may have.

    Discuss each TeamMates policy and if there are questions, the best way to contact you as a program or school coordinator.*

  • If a Concern Arises Contact:Safety Hotline 1-888-788-7727TeamMates CoordinatorYour ParentYour CounselorYour Teacher

    Discuss the best way to contact the coordinator or counselor.*

  • Your school coordinator is working to find the best TeamMates mentor for you. The coordinator will arrange your first meeting and introduce you. Think about some fun games and activities you and your mentor might do together during your weekly meetings.

    Your mentor is looking forward to meeting you!

    Explain the status of the matching process and the time it takes to make the best match possible, and an anticipated time frame.*

  • Welcome to TeamMates!We are excited about the future!

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    Password is TeamMates*Welcome students. Consider current mentees being part of new mentee training. Consider ongoing opportunities for annual mentee training sessions. Discuss history of TeamMates and number of matches.*Discuss mission has nothing to do with grades, attendance, and behavior. The TeamMates program builds long lasting, strength based relationships.*Explain mentors and screened and trained and committed to a long term relationship.*Explain the ways students are nominated for TeamMates and that it is about what is right about our mentors and mentees, and their leadership potential. Explain the parent handbook and permission.*Explain being open to the mentoring relationship, respectful to the mentor, and how many matches are currently active in your program.*Explain where the games and activities are for your matches, the use of gym or other school space. Explain all meetings take place at school. Explain the role of a mentor as a confidante, but also a safe reporter.*Explain your chapter policy on group activities and how best to communicate with you as a program or school coordinator. *Explain that mentors and mentees are learning together.*Discuss each TeamMates policy and if there are questions, the best way to contact you as a program or school coordinator.*Discuss the best way to contact the coordinator or counselor.*Explain the status of the matching process and the time it takes to make the best match possible, and an anticipated time frame.*

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