HEMI Mentor Onboarding

HEMI's New Mentor Onboarding equips community volunteers like you with essential knowledge, perspectives, and skills to begin an effective and meaningful mentoring relationship with a youth in care. 

 

Please RSVP for each orientation that you plan to attend by emailing Denise Hewitt at denise.hewitt@uc.edu. 

Developmental Assets

HEMI Program Specialist Montez Sorrells will introduce the Developmental Asset Program and explore what the assets are and how to intentionally include them in interactions with your mentee. 

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

At the HEMI Office: 260 E. University Ave.

6:00 to 7:30 PM
Dinner served at 5:30 PM

Trauma Informed Care

Trauma expert LaShanda Suggs will give insight on having constructive interactions with youth who have experienced trauma.

Offered bi-annually. Stay tuned for next opportunity.

Have you finished your web-based training? Please complete the web-based trianing prior to attending the HEMI Overview.Orientation found  linked to the right:

Please also bring your completed reflection questions to the HEMI Overview Orientation linked to the right: 

HEMI Overview

Join us for an overview of the HEMI program and a conversation on best practices for mentoring. We will also review the Child Welfare system in Hamilton County.

Please bring a your driver's license and proof of insurance so we can make a copy for you. Thank you!

Saturday, November 23, 2019

At the HEMI Office: 260 E. University Ave.

Orientation 9:30 - 11:00 AM 

For questions please contact:

Denise Hewitt

HEMI Community Engagement Specialist

denise.hewitt@uc.edu

Office: (513) 556-3620

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