Ashland mentoring program earns quality distinction

The Rose Circle Mentoring Network has been named a High-Quality Program by Oregon Mentors. This is the first distinction of its kind granted to an organization in the Rogue Valley.

This honor was earned upon completion of the Quality-Based Mentoring (QBM) process piloted by Oregon Mentors in 2012.

Mentoring program staff members participated in an assessment of mentoring services and components essential to building organizational sustainability. Then staff members participated in training and technical assistance from Oregon Mentors' staff.

The Ashland-based Rose Circle Mentoring Network is one of only nine organizations across Oregon and Washington enrolled in the QBM pilot program. Oregon Mentors is now accepting applications from other groups interested in the program.

The Rose Circle Mentoring Network is a nonprofit organization that provides mentorship opportunities for adults and adolescents in Jackson County.

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