Mentor Certification

This year-long course (August-April) is designed to provide experienced educators the tools they need to be effective mentors to new staff. Teachers will participate in professional learning to ensure the provision of quality support aligned with novice teacher, alternative teacher and induction program goals. Topics will include best practices in instruction and classroom management, as well as teaching and learning styles, generational differences, and conferencing techniques.  All coursework is online at and Adams State University graduate credit is approved. 

Program cost:  
No cost to member districts educators
$175 non-member district educators

You will need a copy of The 21st Century Mentor's Handbook

image of text book 21st century mentor's handbook