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Mentorships Give Child Specialists Chance to Share Knowledge of Job

Posted 2/14/20

Child Protective Specialists with three or more years on the job will now be able to use their experiences to help out new employees—and earn an extra $2,500 a year—by participating in a peer mentorship program announced Feb. 7 by Administration for Children’s Services Commissioner David Hansell.

“The mentorship will allow new CPS the opportunity to troubleshoot difficult work challenges and questions with experienced CPS peers who understand what it’s like to be a new CPS,” he told a room full of rank-and-file members and union officials at the agency’s Harlem office.

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