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faculty mentorship program

We are pleased to announce the launch of a Reacting Mentorship Program, running this October - November. The program will include both asynchronous, general Reacting guidance, as well as game-specific guidance in small groups and one-on-one pairings.  

This is a great way to learn more about a specific game, connect with experienced Reacting instructors, and get ready to run a game -- either this fall or in the spring. Unfortunately, there is a limit on the number of people we can accept into the first cohort of mentors and mentees – so please apply as soon as possible. Additional details on the application pages. We are excited to see all the relationships and outcomes which evolve from this initiative, and look forward to matching you! 

You can complete the application below, or click here to fill it out in google forms

Game-Specific Coaching

Because even experienced Reacting instructors may need help when using a new game for the first time.

Events and Resources

In addition to developing new resources, we'll also be hosting a few program-wide events. 


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