Project Overview

Project: Spring 2015 Career Exploration
Teacher: Michael Marston
School: Haughton High School
Location: 210 East McKinley Dr.
Start Date: 01/21/2015
End Date: 05/15/2015

Participant totals:
Student Participants: 0
Mentor Participants: 1

Survey Totals:
Teacher Survey: 1
Student Surveys: 0
Mentor Surveys: 1

Mentor Project Survey Results

Please indicate the student skill areas that you feel you influenced through this project.
0 - Improved math comprehension and ability
1 - Improved science comprehension and ability
1 - Improved written communication skills
1 - Improved basic research skills
1 - Improved project management skills
1 - Improved collaboration skills

Please indicate if your mentoring support aided your student in the following areas.
1 - Better understanding of a professional work environment
1 - Improved awareness of post-secondary educational opportunities
1 - Increased desire to research and plan for post-secondary education
1 - Improved awareness of the value of a professional support network

The average quality of the messages received from students throughout the project.

Did your student share a final product (presentation, research report, plan, etc) with you for this project?
0 - N/A
0 - Yes
1 - No

Average level and quality of assistance received from the teacher throughout the project.

Average level and quality of assistance you received from Mentored Pathways staff throughout the project.

Things either the teacher or the Mentored Pathways Staff do to make a similar project more successful.

Feedback regarding the quality of the student's final project as well as suggestions for improvement.
Standrian did well with this guided appraoch to career discovery. While he did take is much information, he's still working through the nuts and bolts of analysis and introspection. Yet, he showed great progress and promise as a young leader. He clearly has a bright future as an engaged and engaging entrepreneur-to-be.

Overall experience in the program.

Would you consider mentoring new students in the future?
0 - No
1 - Yes

Why or why not.

The most rewarding aspect of participating.
Seeing another young fellow hit the sidewalk aware of his world AND ready to engage in its structure is exciting Every Single Time. Knocks me out.

The most difficult aspect of participating.
My own personal time-management is a struggle. I'm still learning, at 53, how to juggle priorities in a shop where all are important and none are non-critical. As a path forward to higher quality...and timely...projects, I'll be allotting specific times to work this.

First time you've been part of a formal mentoring program.
1 - No
0 - Yes