Section 446.23, Florida Statutes 2004
446.23 Obligations of a mentor.--It shall be the duty of each mentor, pursuant to a written agreement with the youth participant, the contracting entity, and the local service delivery area, to:
(1) Participate in mentorship coaching/training sessions provided under the direction of the private industry council.
(2) Identify and support needed educational services for the youth participant through the service delivery area and local educational facilities, such as basic skills training in reading, mathematics, and high school completion courses and examinations.
(3) Identify and support needed social, health care, and transportation services for the youth participant through the appropriate local program offices of the Department of Children and Family Services, the Department of Health, the local vocational rehabilitation agency, or other appropriate agency.
(4) Assist with on-the-job training for the youth participant and report his or her progress to the service delivery area office, based upon guidelines generally established by the private industry council and mutually agreed upon by the mentor, the youth participant, the participating business, and the service delivery area.
(5) Assist the youth participant in money management and other activities designed to develop life-coping skills, as needed.
(6) Provide such information throughout the period of participation and for at least 1 year following completion of the program as may be required to permit program monitoring and evaluation.
(7) Meet such other obligations as may be required by the department or established by mutual agreement of the mentor, the youth participant, the participating business, and the service delivery area.
History.--s. 14, ch. 90-273; s. 3, ch. 91-147; s. 214, ch. 99-8.