Work with either the director or the lead coordinators of the GTP to discuss your ideas, and a potential site, for your mentorship, and your draft Mentorship Plan.
It is best to email email@example.com to set an appointment to meet with Dr. Yonemoto (Director).
Upon completion of the mentorship, the mentor should complete a written evaluation of your work taking into account the goals of the mentorship, the project, the presentation, and your accomplishments during the mentorship. Mentors’ evaluations may meet the criteria of their home campuses. The mentor’s evaluation should be submitted with the student's files to the GTP office via email to gtpCERT@colorado.edu and will help to determine if the student should be granted the certificate.
Once the graduate student’s file is complete and approved by the Director of the GTP, the graduate student will fill out an online exit survey (link delivered via email). Once the exit survey is completed, the certificate will be printed using the graduate student’s name as stated on the application form.
The certificate, signed by the Director of the Graduate Teacher Program and the Dean of the Graduate School, may be picked up in the GTP office or mailed directly to the student. Please verify that the GTP office has up-dated mailing information.
Completion of the certificate will be noted on the student’s transcript.
NOTE: To ensure your certificate is added to your final transcript, the portfolio should be turned in to GTP for review at least two weeks prior to end of your final semester.
If you have any questions regarding certificates, please email the Graduate Teacher Program office at gtpCERT@colorado.edu
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