State Director of Mentoring - Ben Chouaf
Mentor Program Administrator, GameOfficials Support/Questions - Kim Park
Serving as a mentor can make a powerful difference in another person's life. Many of us have worked with a referee or many different people who have influenced us and helped in training us to be the referee we are today. Advancing as a referee requires support, it "takes a village to raise and support a referee".
Are you ready to give back to the program? Share your wisdom, knowledge and expertise with other referees. You will be a major part in the success of developing referees. Join the Colorado Referee Mentor Program for 2017.
Referee Mentors are needed all across Colorado. You can help develop referees at your local club.
Complete the Colorado Mentor Application Today - Application
Applications submitted will be reviewed by the State Director of Mentoring and you will be contacted for meetings and events early in 2017 to plan for the year.
Nominate a Mentor of the Year 2016
Do you have a mentor that has helped you get where you are today? On game day did your mentor take the time to show you the ropes, support you during games, provide you great feedback, give you a confidence boost? Did you mentor make this year better for you on the fields? Have you ever wanted to tell them thank you for all of their help and support?
In you think your mentor went the extra mile, or gave you the extra boost in your referee career, then let us know. Recognize the mentor in your life by nominating them for the 2016 CSA/CRA Mentor of the Year.
For a nomination application send your email request to the Mentor Program Admin
Nominations for the 2016 Mentor of the Year must be submitted by midnight January 10, 2017.