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Updated: January 29th, 2020

January is National Mentor Month at GNBVT! The mentor program at GNBVT works to empower staff and student leaders to provide support and meaningful experiences for incoming students that will encourage a strong school culture and build on every student’s own preparation for their academics and career/vocational success, passion for college and one’s future career, and perseverance for life. For more information on the Mentor Program check out the Mentor Program page.
Ice Cream Social - January 15

Ice Cream Social

January 15th, 2020 is Mentor Appreciation Day at GNBVT!

Student and Staff Mentors please come by the Student Forum during your lunch for some ice cream!

Thank you for making a difference!

Header ice cream social

On Thursday, January 16th, our school held an ice cream social for student mentors and ambassadors.

This was held for Mentor week and National Student Mentor Month.

Thank Your Mentor Day - January 17

Thank your mentor

Attention 9th Grade Mentees: Visit the Thank Your Mentor board in the Welcome Center during lunch!

Attention all Mentors: Wear your mentor shirt and Join us for a group picture outside the Student Forum at 2:00

Student Mentor Training - January 26

Student Mentor Training

There will be a NEW Student Mentor Orientation training on Sunday, January 26th from 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM in the Student Forum.

Registration starts at 8:00 AM.

Lunch will be provided.

Nick Correia Leadership Speaker - January 29

Nick Correia's Journey


Attention Mentors, NHS and Student Council members!

The GNBVT Student Mentor Leadership Speaker Series will be hosting Nick Correia on Wednesday January 29th at 1:15 pm in the Student Forum.

He will be presenting on his life’s journey from substance abuse to sobriety.

Boston's Children Hospital

Last month, the GNB Voc-Tech student mentors delivered the byproduct of their hard work from their first annual community service project.  The student mentors are involved and want to support the community, and their first task was gathering a collection of child pajamas to donate to Boston Children’s Hospital Oncology unit. Student Mentors from all grades teamed up with their Mentees to go out and collect over 600 pajamas for the Boston Children’s Hospital. The Mentor program made the project a friendly competition and rewarded student mentors and mentee teams. Those that competed and brought in the most pajamas had a chance to win tickets to the Celtics vs. Nuggets game on December 6, 2019.  This competition not only includes collecting the most pajamas, but also demonstrating exemplary behavior, grades, and attendance. The pajamas were delivered on December 6 to Boston Children’s Hospital before the Celtics game.