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Think College

Think College is a national organization dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disability.

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Mentor Application

The mentor application from Florida International University include a program description, academic and peer mentor descriptions, and blank application.

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STING RAY Professor Evalution Form

Survey for professors/instructors upon completion of the student’s class.

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STING RAY Student Evaluation of Course

Evaluation for students to complete at the conclusion of their class.

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Best Buddies

Best Buddies is an international organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Success Strategies for Supporting Career/Tech Students

This session is designed to share helpful strategies used to identify, connect, and secure appropriate supports for students of Project Achieve and the VERTICAL program who were struggling in their vocational classes.

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FIU End of Semester Student Progress Report

The Student Progress Report for Faculty Advisors was developed by Panther Life FIU to be used at the end of the semester.

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Florida International University (FIU) "Academic Mentoring and Peer Coaching Orientation and Training

The “Academic Mentoring and Peer Coaching Orientation and Training” provides a view of Project Panther Life and the importance of mentoring for the students.

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Mentor Scenarios

This presentation offers practical solutions to assist mentors in open discussions on how to address certain situations.

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Coaching and Mentoring - A Think College Learn Module

This section of the Think College website offers a list of resources for establishing mentorships for programs for people with intellectual disabilities to attend college.

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Paving the Way to Work: A Guide to Career-Focused Mentoring

The creation of the Mentoring Guide is rooted in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy’s (ODEP) charge to find and promote the most effective research-based policies and practices to improve transition outcomes for youth with disabilities.

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Mentor Application

The mentor application from Florida International University include a program description, academic and peer mentor descriptions, and blank application.

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Project Panther LIFE Communication & Activity Log

This form is the Panther Life Communication and Activity Log used by peer coaches to identify and reflect upon accomplished and pending activities between the peer coach and the students.

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Project Panther LIFE : Panther Learning Is For Everyone

This document provided by Florida International University contains a debriefing Q & A form to help mentors evaluate their mentoring roles.

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STING RAY Academic Mentor Activity Log

Sample supplemental form for academic mentors to log activities.

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STING RAY Community Mentor Activity Log

Sample Time Report form for community mentors.

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STING RAY Intern Evaluation Form

Intern Evaluation Form

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The Arc Jacksonville Academy's (OCT) on Campus Transition Mentoring Handbook

The On Campus Transition (OCT) Mentoring Handbook includes an explanation of the difference types of mentors at the University of North Florida OCT program.

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Creating Effective Mentoring Partnerships for Students With Intellectual Disabilities on Campus

This study from a major American university explores key components for creating and improving postsecondary mentoring including training, communication, relationships, expectations, natural supports, independence, social needs, and inclusion.

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