ACBL Unit 509, the Santa Rosa Bridge Gallery, and Petaluma Bridge Club are offering a six-session mentoring program for newer players. The program is designed to help ease newer players (Mentees) into the fun of competition and also to increase unit membership and participation.
It will benefit Mentors as well, enhancing their performance and encouraging creativity.
- 50 or fewer Masterpoints
- Membership in ACBL Unit 509
- Pay for half the Mentor’s card fee (Unit 509 will pick up other half)
- Willingness to work with beginning principles of the game
- Commit to 6 sessions, to be scheduled between the Mentor and Mentee
HOW THE PROGRAM WORKS
Prospective Mentees and Mentors should register with the Mentorship Coordinator at their club. After the Mentee receives a Mentor, he/she will contact the Mentor and arrange a schedule. When the six sessions are completed, the Mentee will contact the Coordinator. At that time, the Mentor will receive two free-play cards, one funded by the club and one funded by Unit 509.
Santa Rosa Bridge Gallery: Tony Jackson
Petaluma Bridge Club: ______________________