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1 Presented by: Dr. Lydia Tena - Northwest Campus Dean - Mentoring Committee Chair Robert Aguilar- Northwest Campus Early College Instructor – Mentoring Committee Debbie Aguilera - Student Technology Services Manager - Mentoring Committee Co-Chair Jesus Ruben Sanchez - Student Technology Services - Mentoring Committee

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3 To guide and Support Developmental Education students through the attainment of their first 30 college credits.

4  Target audience for initial implementation : ◦ Students Placing into all 3 areas of Developmental Education ◦ Approximately 1,500-1,800 students per semester  Process: ◦ Utilize a series of interventions that take place from the time of their placement test, through attainment of 30 college credit hours  Mentor Development and training

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6  Gathered student data for targeted students ◦ Utilized PREP Program Case Management information ◦ Obtained Student Contact Information from IT Department (ARGOS)  Conducted Pilot at two campuses ◦ Northwest Campus – 152 students ◦ Valle Verde Campus – 875 Students ◦ Assigned 20 students to each mentor

7 ▶Five Campuses and Administrative Center o Total number of Mentors – 155 o Total number of Mentees – 1,800 ▶Breakdown of Mentors by Site o Administrative Service Center – 29 Mentors o Mission Del Paso Campus – 16 Mentors o Northwest Campus – 9 Mentors o Rio Grande Campus – 31 Mentors o TransMountain Campus– 15 Mentors o Valle Verde Campus– 55 Mentors ▶Mentors by Classification o Administrators – 5 o Faculty – 90 o Staff – 53 o Students– 7

8  From Spring 2011-Spring 2013, more than 8,000 students have been mentored  Total number of mentors 185 have been recruited since Spring 2013  Continue to recruit and train mentors  Targeting all 5 El Paso Community College campuses  Will provide mentoring to all El Paso Community College students

9  Obtaining accurate student contact information is crucial  Cold calls are ineffective  Initial contact with student is important  Mentor training is essential  Peer-to-peer mentoring is preferred by students  Poor attendance at meet and greet event  Recognition of mentors is necessary

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11  Will be implementing a Classroom Mentoring Model approach (CMM)  Will continue to target all 3 areas of Developmental Education. Reading, English, Math courses Classroom Mentoring Model will operate differently and more effective than current method  One mentor will address the whole class that is assigned to them  Additional one-to-one mentoring can be requested if needed

12  We will mentor a total of 24 classes in the Summer semester. ◦ 13 classes Summer I ◦ 11 Classes Summer II  Pilot will be conducted at Northwest and Mission del Paso Campus  Each mentor will attend their assigned class 3-4 times per semester for minutes

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16  Website epcc.edu/mentoringprogram  Commercial spot filmed by El Paso Community College TV (EPCC TV)  Bookmarks with information for mentors and students  Advertising ◦ The Tejano Tribune ◦ Faculty Newsletter ◦ Posters throughout campus

17  Presented at ◦ New Student Orientation ◦ New Teacher Expo ◦ Faculty Development Session ◦ Student Leadership ◦ Leadership Academy ◦ Math FOCUS sessions ◦ Gateway to College

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