LSS Seeking Mentor Nominations

LSS Mentoring Services is seeking nominations for the 2017 Citibank Outstanding Mentor Breakfast April 2015 009Mentor, the Outstanding Rookie Mentor and First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Community Partner awards. The awards, to be presented at the Annual Mentor Appreciation Breakfast on April 19, provide a platform to honor the contributions of individuals and organizations that have shown outstanding commitment to the mentor program.

Outstanding mentors are individuals who have proven their dedication to their student and the program. Rookie mentor nominees are people who have made a big impact in their first or second year of mentoring. Community partners nominations can include businesses, organizations, civic groups, schools or churches that have encouraged and advocated mentoring. If a community partner has received the award in the previous three years, they are not eligible this year. Organizations not eligible are Oak Hills Church (2016), Sanford Health (2015) and Wells Fargo (2014).

Anyone can make a nomination and self-nominations are also accepted. Please submit your nomination using this form. All nominations are due Monday, February 27. Materials may be sent via email to mentoring@lsssd.org, via fax to 444-7540 or mailed to LSS Mentoring Services, 705 E 41st Street, Suite 220, Sioux Falls, SD 57105.

The 2017 Mentor Appreciation Breakfast is sponsored by First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard, Citi and Wells Fargo.

For additional information on the nomination process, or to become a mentor, please call LSS Mentoring Services at 444-7803 or email mentoring@lsssd.org.

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