Community Nurse Mentoring Program
The nurse mentoring program pairs experienced nurses who instill the philosophies and values they have developed to TMCC students who will become the next generation of nurses. TMCC is currently recruiting experienced practitioners who are enthusiastic, friendly, professional organized, patient, caring and understanding to mentor beginning nursing students. Mentors will support student to increase the student's self-worth competence and identity as a soon to be professional nurse.
Please do not let worries about having enough time deter you from participating in this program. The time requested is for you to meet with your mentee once a month, face to face, and to communicate weekly via phone, email, text messages, or whatever method best accommodates you and your mentee. Consider the possibilities and rewards for nurturing the next generation of nurses, the ones we hope will fill our shoes!
This program is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aides and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. This project was funded in whole or part through a Community-based Job Training grant from the United States Department of Labor.
The TMCC nurse mentor program is funded through a community-based job training grant from the U. S. Department of Labor.
Education on how to be an effective mentor will be provided via a self-study CE packet. Support for the program includes a full-time coordinator.
- Developing A Mentoring Program
- Mentor Agreement
- Mentor Continuing Education Registration
- Mentor Profile
- Mentor Letter and Instructions
- Mentoring Program Self-Study: A Community Nurse Mentor Program for Associate Degree Nursing Students
For more information, please contact us.