Peer Mentoring Programs Offer Basic Training Courses for Educators via The Boomerang Project
Basic Training courses for the Boomerang Project’s peer mentoring programs, Link Crew and WEB, are in session now through June.
The Boomerang Project’s Basic Training programs offer educators step-by-step instructions on how to implement the program in schools via a three-day intensive training. Whether they are trailblazers bringing the program to their schools for the first time or new members of an existing program, educators will be challenged, have fun, and return to their schools with the tools, strategies and energy to implement successful Link Crew and WEB bullying prevention programs (http://www.boomerangproject.com/
Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, coordinators lead Link Crew and WEB peer mentoring programs (http://www.boomerangproject.com/
The Boomerang Project’s goal is to provide schools with a structure in which students make real connections with each other, thus leading to increased attendance, a safer school environment, decreased discipline referrals and improved academic performance. Over the last 20 years, The Boomerang Project’s peer-mentoring and anti-bullying programs (http://www.boomerangproject.com/
For additional information on and to register for Link Crew and WEB Basic Training courses, in addition to Follow Up and Refresher Trainings for existing coordinators, please visit: boomerangproject.com/
About The Boomerang Project
The Boomerang Project, located in Santa Cruz, California, is an educational consulting company that focuses on creating a positive school climate and enhancing student success through orientation, transition and leadership programs. The programs, Link Crew and WEB, have been successfully transforming schools for over 20 years. For more information, please visit boomerangproject.com.
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