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.
D'Vine Path offers Social Club days twice a month, usually on a Wednesday and Saturday.
Please contact us for more details.
Mentors are required to take Sensitivity Training
Projected start date: On going
Please contact us if you would like a mentor:
"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