Continued Academic, Personal Mentoring
NORTHEAST HARBOR — Through Zoom screens, socially distanced driveway visits, and the U.S. Postal Service, our Student Pathways Team continues facilitating creative and meaningful connection with students during our ongoing, necessary, pandemic separation.
When we do engage, our Mission Scholars and Journey and College Exploration and Engagement students are impressive and inspiring in their resilience and perseverance. We will continue providing academic and personal mentoring in the months ahead, and look forward, whenever helpful, to connecting with students’ families.
Recent Pathways highlights include:
- Sending monthly project materials to all Journey students including a recent STEM inspired toothpick-and-gumdrops holiday project.
- College Exploration and Engagement Zoom information sessions with our Davis Scholarship partner colleges.
- Our high school juniors met admissions colleagues and students/alums from University of New England, Wheaton College and Clark University.
- Mission Scholars participated in Zoom group check-in sessions and enjoyed receiving Mission hoodies for their holidays.
The Student Pathways Team also recently launched a new mentoring initiative linking Mission Scholars with Journey students. Visit the Mission’s social media pages for updates.