Our ultimate goal is to provide our students with a quality education at an affordable price.
We offer a program designed to give you a foundation of knowledge and skills necessary to start your new career, at a minimum cost of time and expense.
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Want to volunteer as an Externship Site?
Thank you for your interest in becoming an adjunct faculty for the Bartram Dental Assisting School. It is necessary for our students to have ample work experience with the doctor and with patients to gain the confidence they need to find a job after their externship.
What is a Mentor?
A mentor is an experienced dental assistant, hygienist or dentist who provides support and guidance during the students’ clinical experience. They will follow the training evaluation forms for the student during the part of the rotation that the student is assigned to the dental office. The mentor is the role model and resource person for the student. Mentors work closely with the student on an ongoing basis to plan the orientation, clinical experiences, and monitoring students’ progress, provide feedback on students’ performance and help them feel welcome and integrated into the dental assisting setting and team.
2. If it is well organized, mentoring and training takes only minutes here and there throughout the day, while at the same time gaining the services of a trainee’s accumulated abilities.
3. Students must satisfy at least 40 hours of externship, in 4 weeks or less, to earn the credits they need to graduate. They cannot be compensated other than the training they receive.
4. All of the office employees can participate and get to know this person. When the time comes, and you need to hire someone, you have already had several students to pick from and the staff will know which one is the most competent and enjoyable to work with.