Welcome to the NTIP Mentorship webpage! All teachers must take part in this program and teachers are paired up and This is program has  

 

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Tri Mentorship Program- For Students who have trouble adapting to the new school environment, have low language skills or overall homesick. 

 Dear Students,

Congratulations for making the right choice of participating in tri-mentorship program.

The program is aiming to help Student Mentors with their leadership skills and Student mentors by better coping with college life and Malaysia.

 

Please find attached bellow contact information for your match. We do try to make every effort to match you based on your profiles filled on your application form.

 

 

Name

Email address

Phone Number

Home Department

Student Mentor

 

11 2222227

Business studies and marketing

Student Mentee


 

11 2223222

Sciences

 

 

The expectation now is for you to be meeting each other at least 3 times a week. Please feel free to meet each other on campus or off campus.

 

 

Here is expectation for student Mentee and Mentor for your information

 

Student mentor will:

 

Student mentor may be assume any of the following roles: a Teacher, a guide, an advisor, a role model, a coach, a trusted friend, a confidant.

 

               ·         Will share academic timetable with student mentee and faculty mentor.

                 ·         Meet with mentee for a minimum of 3 hours a week (meeting can be phone call, chat, facebook, in person) based                   on preference of both mentor and mentee.

                 ·         Will guide and support mentee as needed

 

             Student Mentee will:

 

                  ·         Will share academic timetable with student mentor and faculty mentor

                  ·         Meet with mentor for a minimum of 3 hours a week (meeting can be phone call, chat, facebook, in person) based                    on preference of both mentor and mentee.

                 ·         Will report to Faculty mentor if needed for extra support.

 

How the program works:

 

The program will operate in 4 phases:

            1.      Introduction phase: student mentor and mentee are introduced to each other by faculty mentor. Profile for student                mentee and mentor will be exchanged, this will include contact information and preferred mode of communication.

             2.      Follow up phase: short conversation (10-30 minutes) between all three members involved to ensure well-being                    of members and report progress of team.

              3.      Stabilization phase: student mentee and student mentor are now comfortable and stabilized. They will fulfil their                     requirement as needed.

               4.      Closure phase: student mentor is rewarded with community service hours and passport points, mentee is invited                  now to become mentor for next semester.

 

 

  

o   1st meeting (Purpose: collection of general information): http://goo.gl/auKss1

o   2nd meeting (Purpose: Mentorship satisfaction survey): http://goo.gl/H7zZRZ

o   3rd meeting (Purpose: Students reflect on their midterm grades and performance):: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1D4kJCWo2bBaw5DfQpoa9DGS6Zkxl6CT6Ho5Fhp7T2CQ/edit

o   4th meeting: nothing

o   5th Meeting(Purpose: Satisfaction survey +program reflection survey): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wWDL5TaV-zq16ML38HW3nLUAJ_rX_TS2hF4tjuOOOI8/edit

 Dear Colleagues

                        A.      We are excited to announce a few changes to our mentorship meeting:

1.       Large mentorship assemblies are now themed, Hereby HoDs’ present relevant information on postsecondary options in their own associated fields. (Critique: what about all other students who have their minds made up and they have decided to go for engineering, why should they be bored by other career options ? Well it is a great opportunity for all students to hear about a second option, some of our students who have decided engineering is their only option may discover that Social Sciences may be their new best option or vice versa)

o   1st meeting is general meeting, students will be given an intro to my blueprint, CPU passports, complete their paper work and documents

o   2nd meeting will be dedicated to all our students with postsecondary options in sciences and engineering (presented by Joel and Moe)

o   3rd meeting will be dedicated to all our students with postsecondary options in Social sciences and English (presented by Colin and Dre)

o   4th meeting will be dedicated to all our students with postsecondary options in Business, marketing and economics (presented by DSG and S. Skelly)

 

2.       Small Mentorship Meeting will also be focused on specific module(s) on MyBluePrint:

o   1st meeting is general meeting, students will be given an intro to my blueprint and they will complete assessment , CPU passports, complete their paper work and documents, create an account and mentors will create a class and thereby monitor progress of their mentee’s.

o   2nd meeting mentors will check for completion of assessment module and start students on Goal setting, Resume and Cover Letter.

o   3rd meeting mentors will check for completion of Goal setting, Resume and Cover Letter and start students on high school and postsecondary planner.

o   4th meeting mentors will check for completion of students on high school and postsecondary planner and start students on occupational planner and financial planning.

o   5th meeting mentors will check for completion of all modules in MyBlueprint, tally passport point and counsel students if needed. [This will be the shortened period ]

 

[Please NOTE: Sultan is currently working on producing instructional videos on each of these modules and they will be distributed to you as they are completed]

 

                  B.      Please find bellow, mentorship meeting Agenda for March 6th 2015.

 

                        C.      IEP and conditional offer papers will be distributed for your mentees today, Please ensure all students sign immediately and return to you same                                 day and submit them in bulk to Program office, if any student get them next day and submit ASAP.

 

                            D.      Mentorship Surveys are NOT being completed by all students, we need the data collected through mentorship as Dato Loy observes and                                             oversees program performance based on these data!

o   Link to first mentorship meeting survey http://goo.gl/auKss1

o   Link to first mentorship meeting survey http://goo.gl/H7zZRZ

 

Much of thanks for all your time and effort and accept my apology for such a long email.

 

Kind regards,

Moe

 

 

 

 

Sincerely,
Mojtaba Khezry,
M. Sc., OCT,

Physics Lecturer and Guidance Counsellor

Canadian pre-University Program

Taylor's College
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

+60183167342
+1(647)692-4126


MENTORSHIP MEETING AGENDA

Date: 6th March 2015.  Time: 8:30am-10:30am

 

LARGE GROUP MEETING

 (Mentors are not required at this meeting)

Theme of meeting (Science and Engineering)

Time: 8:30am-9:30am

 

7.23-7.25 (NEW STUDENTS)

7.28-7.30 (RETURNING STUDENTS)

FACILITATED BY: MOJTABA

FACILITATED BY: COLIN

 

1. Welcome, Introductions and Expectations

- Why do we do mentorship at CPU?  What are the benefits for students?

 

2. My Blueprint

-all students must have created an account at this point

-Students will be introduced to goal setting and Resume and cover letter modules.

 

3. University Placement

- University placement Services are now based on WSJ (CPU Building) K.S. 5.16 for all mentorship Fridays between hours 10:30AM- 1:30 PM.

-Students are informed on this new service and are encouraged to visit them.

- University placement services Calendar of events for month of March is shared and highlighted.

 

4. Theme of Meeting

-Students are being advised by head of math and science departments on career or post-secondary options in sciences and engineering

 

5. Intro to Community Service

-encourage students to get involved in valuable projects

 

 

 

6. OSSLT Mock Test

- Mock tests can be picked up at Student Success and a teacher can go over it with you.

-  Mandatory workshops are continuing for the next 2 weeks for some students.

-  Use the March break to study, practice, and prepare!

 -  Mark 8am on Thursday, March 27th on your calendar!  Arrange transportation in advance.

 

7. Survey Link

-Mentorship satisfaction survey will be given to students

 

1. Welcome, Introductions and Expectations

- Why do we do mentorship at CPU?  What are the benefits for students?

 

2. My Blueprint

-all students must have created an account at this point

-Students will be introduced to goal setting and Resume and cover letter modules.

 

3. University Placement

- University placement Services are now based on WSJ (CPU Building) K.S. 5.16 for all mentorship Fridays between hours 10:30AM- 1:30 PM.

-Students are informed on this new service and are encouraged to visit them.

- University placement services Calendar of events for month of March is shared and highlighted.

 

4. Theme of Meeting

-Students are being advised by head of math and science departments on career or post-secondary options in sciences and engineering

 

5. Reminder re: Community Service

Deadline for submission is Friday, April 11th 2015.

 

 

 

6. OSSLT Mock Test (for March intake)

-- Mock tests can be picked up at Student Success and a teacher can go over it with you.

-  Mandatory workshops are continuing for the next 2 weeks for some students.

-  Use the March break to study, practice, and prepare!

 -  Mark 8am on Thursday, March 27th on your calendar!  Arrange transportation in advance.

 

7. Survey Link

-Mentorship satisfaction survey will be given to students

 


 

SMALL GROUP MEETING

Time: 9:30am-10:30am

Venue: Varies

1. University Placement Data

New students:

- Explain to the students that their University choices can and probably will change over the course of the semester.  It is important that they always communicate these changes to you so that you can edit the info in TCIS

- Also, students should seek help from TPC if they require guidance. 

 

Returning Students:

- Open each student’s log on TCIS and update their University Placement information.  Each student should have pre-counselling and post-counselling data completed.  Confirm that this information is correct. 

- This step is very important for ensuring that we complete our mission to get all of our students into the universities of their choice. 

2. My Blue Print

- Ensure all mentorship students are now added to your own mentorship classes created on my blueprint account.

-If student(s) have not created an account please ensure that they create an account and that they are added to your mentorship group.

-Students must have completed assessment at this point and they will be starting to work on goal setting, Resume and cover letter modules.

     

3. Documents Distribution

- IEP’s: Please distribute all IEP documents, students will sign and return immediately and they will be submitted to program office by mentors in bulk.

- Conditional offers: please get student’s signature on conditional offers and submit them to program office in bulk.

 

4. Mentorship Survey

- Ensure all students have done mentorship survey 1

http://goo.gl/auKss1

-       Mentorship Survey 2

http://goo.gl/H7zZRZ