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Mentorship in Education

In this episode of Grow Global, Michele Baran teaches us about mentorship and its role in education. We will address questions such as…

- How to accept the fact that everyone needs a mentor in an individualistic world?

- How to gain access to a mentor in today’s society?

- Are there a set of values and ethics that a mentor should teach the mentee?

- How can people become a mentor without having to be a motivational speaker?

About our speaker...

Michele Baran started her career in education in 2001 working as a teacher for the Moravia Central School District. She is an Assistant Director at the State University of New York. She also served as a career service advisor at the State University of New York for the past 11 years. She served as an Assessment Administrator at the National Assessment of Educational Progress. She graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2003 with a master’s degree in Education from the State University of New York. She is the founder of Life Design Solutions, LLC. She is a lifelong learner, educator, and mentor with an affinity for art and vintage.

About LifeSmart Education and the show...

Since 2014, LifeSmart Education has positively impacted over 750 youth and adults with valuable life skill training and educational travel tours. We are committed to serving the children, youth, and families of Ohio and the world by creating high-quality educational programs. Our mission has expanded. As of 2020, LifeSmart Education has brought to its team volunteers from all over the world – That way, creating a multicultural nonprofit. Our mission is expanding and reaching different countries. This made us realize, that our children will encounter different cultures, visit new countries, and will learn new languages as time goes by. Grow Global is our official podcast which intends to bring parents, educators, and experts together. Our goal is to prepare our children and youth for the cultural challenges and exchanges that they will face in the real world. These lessons are intended to prepare our youth and families for the cultural challenges ahead of them.