To understand fully our approach to mentoring, think of a three-dimensional model such as the one below.
You can find helpful information about the model by clicking here: Mentoring Team Model.
It takes “threshold persons” and “hospitable settings” to create healthy environments in which interns can thrive. Read about these terms and see examples of the concepts by clicking here: **Mentoring Environments
Without opportunities to engage pastoral skills within the community of practice, interns are merely learning about ministry. Engaging from a leadership perspective brings the learning to life. Read here about seven different forms of leadership: *Leadership Elements
Click here to read an excellent article, “Fostering a Mentoring Environment.”