Mentor/Mentee Volunteer Relationships
CCSN is working to facilitate mentor/mentee relationships in the context of volunteering. When someone signs up
to volunteer with CCSN, they can indicate what skill or skills they would like to learn/develop.
If CCSN has a volunteer that possesses that skill and is willing to work with the mentee, a mentor/mentee relationship is established. Mentors act as guides to their mentees primarily in the context of volunteer projects. They offer advice and support, as well as help them develop new skills. The goal is to help the mentee achieve personal goals and successfully complete volunteer projects. It is a great opportunity to learn and help others at the same time.
Current CCSN Mentorships
Brian Olmstead, a seasoned baker and chef is mentoring Andrew Lai as they both serve on the cooking team
Two participants that are part of the home repair support group are being mentored
by construction expert Brian Olmstead and seasoned home owner Carl Bender
Mentors available to work with a Mentee
Jay Holveck – Upholsterer, Vinyl Revival Upholstery
Tony Leonardo – Documentary Filming
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