HTI Mentoring Workshop
HTI is excited to connect with you during the online HTI Mentoring Workshop. This workshop will familiarize you with HTI’s En Conjunto Mentoring program, and you will meet your assigned mentor. In preparation for the workshop, please complete your registration form.
Proyecto Vital will be included in this workshop and we encourage those of you that have begun to complete it to bring it to this session. For those of you that have not used it before please review and familiarize yourself with the template because Dr. Delgado will be explaining how it will be used as you develop your relationship with your mentor.
Dr. Teresa Delgado
The Art of HTI’s Mentoring is facilitated by Dr. Teresa Delgado, Director of the Peace and Justice Studies Program and Professor and Chairperson of the Religious Studies Department at Iona College (New Rochelle, NY).
- Prior to attending the conference please familiarize yourself with HTI’s Norms for Civil Engagement for our En Conjunto virtual time
- You will receive a reimbursement of up to $25 per day for meals during this conference (HTI Expense Guidelines). Please note that the purchase must be made on the date of the conference and you can use the funds to order take out and/or prepared cold or hot food from a local market. Please scan itemized receipts and email them along with the reimbursement request form (T-5) to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than September 11, 2020.
- Zoom Tips
▷ Sign in to the Zoom desktop client and stay signed in
▷ Check your internet speed. If you’re on free wifi you may need to keep your camera off to improve quality.
▷Turn your camera on and have your camera at eye level.
▷Stay muted unless you’re talking to reduce background noise.
▷ Try to sit in a well lit and quiet place.
▷Try to either have a solid wall behind you or turn on the virtual background.
- All HTI mentoring forms can be found on our website.
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