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Beginning Teacher/Administrator Mentor Program, Project Director
The Hillsboro/Forest Grove Mentor Project is a partnership between the Hillsboro and Forest Grove School Districts. The mentor project is funded through a grant from the Oregon Department of Education and district funds. The Hillsboro School District is the fiscal agent, managing the project and hiring mentors.
The purpose of the Hillsboro/Forest Grove Mentor Project is to provide high quality, individualized professional growth for every beginning teacher and principal with fewer than two years of experience. The goals of the mentoring program are to:
General Information About Some Program Components:
75-90 contact hours for the school year
Mentor Work Includes:
3 Sub Days Provided for the Following:
Kirstin Gerber - Grant Project Director and Mentor
For more information about the ODE Beginning Teacher and Administrator Mentoring Program please visit http://triwou.org/pages/show/ode-mentoring-program-media. This link will take you to two videos which explore the mission and outcomes of the ODE Beginning Teacher and Beginning Administrator Mentoring Programs.
For more information about the Hillsboro/Forest Grove Mentor Project, formerly known as the Washington County Consortium, please view the video below where teachers who were in the mentoring program share their experience about the program and how it supported them in their first and/or second years of teaching: