Project: Spring 2013 College and Career Plan

Project Plan
Unique Requests of
Participating Mentors:

These students are part of a gifted education program in Bossier Parish Louisiana. All of the students are freshman high school students who are just beginning to think seriously bout college and career options. Most of the students do not have opportunities to connect with professionals in the career fields that interest them. Your participation as a mentor can play a major role in helping these young people successfully navigate the path to a rewarding college experience and a satisfying career.


The student will develop, with the assistance of a telementor, a college and career portfolio that will serve as a road map to help the student reach his college and career goals.


The student will identify colleges and careers to research; demonstrate ability to locate, identify, and interpret information; generate choices and make college and career decisions based upon interests, abilities, and values; and create a realistic college and career action plan to reach his desired goals. The student will summarize the information gathered from the mentoring process in a PowerPoint presentation that will be presented to an appropriate audience at the end of the project.



Grade Level:


Content Area:

College and Career Planning

Student Outcomes:

The student will develop a college and career portfolio that will help make his transition transition to post-secondary school life a successful one.

Evaluation of
Student Outcomes:

The student will use the project tracking system to evaluate his attainment of project outcomes. The student will complete an evaluation form regarding the telementoring project. The student and the mentor will evaluate their telementoring experience and provide recommendations for improving the project.

Teacher Role:

The teacher will act as the facilitator for the project, monitor all work, and supervise the telementoring relationship.

Mentor Role:

1. Communicate with the student at least twice a week. 2. Serve as a mentor: a. Provide college and career advice, b. Collaborate with the student on his project.