Category Archive for: Mentoring

Dr. Crawford Is a Double Dad

Raising three boys under age 11 at home is challenging enough for Dr. Simon Crawford and his wife, Tracy. Crawford embraces that challenge and also takes on being “Dad” to 50 students at NorthBridge College Success Program. Dr. Crawford is a role model Dad both at home and at work. During weekdays he teaches, mentors…

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Mentoring Works No Matter Your Age or Position

See how mentors have helped some of the Valley’s nonprofit leaders be better professionals and stewards of their organizaitons. Feedback: March 2017

3D Success Tools Support NorthBridge Students to Achieve Their Goals

What are the 3D Success Tools and how do they support NorthBridge students? The 3D Success Tools are designed to empower students to manage their time, energy and emotions so they can achieve their goals and experience success. Students are introduced to the tools by their Life Coach. They gain an understanding of the tools…

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Kaela’s Story

Hi everyone, my name is Kaela and I’m a 22 year old student at Scottsdale Community College.  When I’m not at school, I’m slaving away as a barista at Starbucks.  I’m a Zumba enthusiast who is an aspiring Zumba instructor.  I’m a devoted One Direction fan and the Phoenix Suns are my team.  Oh, and…

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ACF makes significant investment in NorthBridge

A dozen students at Glendale Community College and another 12 at Paradise Valley Community College will receive personalized mentoring through the NorthBridge College Success Program.

Tips for Educators: How to Help Your Students Achieve Postsecondary Success

Educators and school administrators play a vital role in helping students with learning differences transition from high school to postsecondary education. “Student Voices”, a recent study conducted by the National Center for Learning Disabilities and the Oak Foundation, searched for contributing factors to post high school success. The conclusions provide insight for educators that will…

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5 Tips for Students with Learning Differences who are Transitioning to College

Transitioning from high school to college can be overwhelming. It can be even more challenging if you have a learning disability. A recent study found that 88% of students with learning disabilities expect to pursue postsecondary goals. Here are five simple tips that will set you up for success.

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