Success Coaches

What Do C4S Coaches Have to Say?

  • I love giving my full attention to one student.
  • I have a better understanding of the problems and challenges students face every day.
  • I feel like I make a real difference.
  • I use Connect 4 Success coaching skills in all my relationships.
  • I feel like I am an agent for change.
  • I like the close, consistent contact.

Who are the C4S Coaches?

  • Full-time and Part-time faculty and staff members.

What Are the Coaches Responsibilities?

  • Complete an orientation session in-person or online:
    • C4S Mentor Orientation
      Date: 1/11/2012
      Time: 11:00am-12:00pm
      Location: CTL Conference Room
    • C4S Mentor Orientation
      Date: 1/12/2012
      Time: 11:00am-12:00pm
      Location: CTL Conference Room
  • Meet with a C4S student at least six times a semester.
  • Contact the program coordinator if you have any questions or concerns.
  • C4S Wiki

What Are the Benefits?

For Students:

  • A C4S coach works closely with one student to ease the transition to college.
  • A C4S coach becomes a guide/advocate/mentor/supporter.
  • A C4S coach helps students stay on course and get connected to MCC resources.

For Coaches:

  • A C4S coach can make a real difference in one student's life.
  • Coaching skills are transferable; they can be used in all relationships.
  • Coaching helps you to connect with colleagues across the MCC campuses.

How Do I Volunteer to Become a C4S Coach?

  • Send an email to Include the following information:
    • Your name
    • Phone number
  • Or contact Dr. Janet Felton at 480-461-7500.

The C4s Design Team

  • Carol Achs
  • Kris Bliss
  • Barbara Boros
  • Janet Felton
  • Jackie Gill
  • Betsy Hertzler
  • Karen Hardin
  • Jennifer Moore
  • Pat Peppin
  • Greg Reents
  • Nina Robinson
  • Christina Del Rosario
  • Marcy Snitzer
  • Roger Yohe