We believe in the philosophy of people helping people. When students complete their courses, we invite them to encourage other students in their journey towards achieving life goals. Students who wish to contribute in this way, will be mentored in their efforts to help others.
Our graduate program supports this process by offering students who have completed 20 hours of course work an opportunity to engage in a program to become facilitators themselves. Students will learn essential tools and strategies to build facilitation skills, manage group process, as well as work with a peer support worker to design and eventually teach a workshop or session they feel would bring meaning and purpose to other students studying at the college.