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EDUC 200

: Youth Mentoring
2023 Semester One (1233)
A theoretical and applied study of youth mentoring. Students will develop an understanding of theories of youth and youth mentoring, examine current issues in youth mentoring such as cultural perspectives, developmental considerations, and contexts of youth mentoring. Students will also engage in a mentoring internship where they will demonstrate their ability to integrate and apply their developed knowledge and skills.
Subject: Education
Prerequisite: Any 60 points passed and approval from the Course Director
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EDUC 200

: Youth Mentoring
2022 Semester One (1223)
A theoretical and applied study of youth mentoring. Students will develop an understanding of theories of youth and youth mentoring, examine current issues in youth mentoring such as cultural perspectives, developmental considerations, and contexts of youth mentoring. Students will also engage in a mentoring internship where they will demonstrate their ability to integrate and apply their developed knowledge and skills.
Subject: Education
Prerequisite: Any 60 points passed and approval from the Course Director
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EDUC 200

: Youth Mentoring
2021 Semester One (1213)
A theoretical and applied study of youth mentoring. Students will develop an understanding of theories of youth and youth mentoring, examine current issues in youth mentoring such as cultural perspectives, developmental considerations, and contexts of youth mentoring. Students will also engage in a mentoring internship where they will demonstrate their ability to integrate and apply their developed knowledge and skills.
Subject: Education
Prerequisite: Any 60 points passed and approval from the Course Director
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EDUC 200

: Youth Mentoring
2020 Semester One (1203)
A theoretical and applied study of youth mentoring. Students will develop an understanding of theories of youth and youth mentoring, examine current issues in youth mentoring such as cultural perspectives, developmental considerations, and contexts of youth mentoring. Students will also engage in a mentoring internship where they will demonstrate their ability to integrate and apply their developed knowledge and skills.
Subject: Education
Prerequisite: Any 60 points passed and approval from the Course Director