What is Peer Mentoring?
Peer Mentoring includes the development and use of peer mentoring networks for young people with disabilities to help them transition from secondary education to postsecondary education and employment through the power and influence of high expectations, self-determination and the development of self-advocacy skills.
Peer MentoringWorks Online Training Program
PolicyWorks and our partners operate Peer MentoringWorks, an online training and program for the certification of peer mentors working with transition-aged youth in pre-employment programs.
Testimonial: Independence Works
A Community Rehabilitation Provider in South Florida presents its peer mentoring program to the community in this video produced by Independence Works doing business as Work Opportunities Unlimited.
- Training: If you aren’t interested in a full Certification in Peer Mentoring, access the a la carte training menu. With 13 currently available titles, we are adding 10 new courses to meet your peer mentoring needs.
- Consulting: Interested in bolstering your operations? Access consultants to help review your concepts of operations, analyze your coordinators or peer mentor functions, and help improve your outputs for mentees and overall program effectiveness.
State VR agencies interested in developing peer mentoring programs as part of their strategy to serve students with disabilities to support Pre-ETS required activities may contact PolicyWorks for more information on PolicyWorks’ Peer MentoringWorks training and certification contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.