Thursday Social Club
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For student support outside of the program, they will have the opportunity to connect to their peers weekly at “Thursday Club”.
It will include socials, continued vocational skills training (resume building, soft skills, etc.) and participant’s choice of activities to local venues ( mall, beach, etc.)
Trained mentor staff will be facilitating all club activities.
Thursdays 9 - 11 am at Batali Ranch (ongoing unless otherwise announced).
Membership dues: $50.00/month
Please make checks payable to D’Vine Path. These minimal dues will pay for mentoring Staff, gas expenses and on-site facility costs.
Mentoring relationships may take different forms:
Peer Mentoring: A person close in age to his or her mentee may act as a sounding board for ideas and plans and provide guidance in an informal manner.
We offer instructors in the same age group as our students creating a natural mentor / peer group.
A person with a disability mentors another person, usually with a similar disability. The mentor serves as a role model and provides information and guidance specific to the mentee's experience.
In our classes, there are always a few of our students who naturally gravitate to those students who need more friendship and moral support.
Group Mentoring: A mentor may work with a group of mentees. We have instructors in the same age group as our students who offer group mentoring.
Mentors are required to take Sensitivity Training
Please contact us if you would like a mentor:
To promote and enhance social interaction, D'Vine Path
collaborates with local organizations to host a fun dance every quarter! These DJ hosted dances are open to the public for all ages and is admission free. There will be loud music and lights. Healthy snacks and refreshments will be provided. Transportation is not available.
All events will be posted under our EVENTS menu tab.
"Learning to Uber is a big challenge for me. My Mentor, Anthony Koller, is teaching me the basics and helping me practice going to town. He is a great help and friend."
- Fallbrook resident Joel Anderson