3 learners earned this badge

Student received this badge because of their consistent work as a mentor for younger students during the Bilingual Summer Camp at the National Museum of Mexican Art. The student mentor assisted younger students in the learning experience and continued to ask younger students if they needed any help.


National Museum of Mexican Art | Yollocalli Arts Reach

Badge Type: Disposition

Expected Duration: 2 weeks


  1. Providing feedback, advice & support for younger students. Teachers will also observe mentoring moments and will collect their data in the museum's rubric forms to assess if students will earn the badge.
  • Temachtianiti

    This badge is for becoming a Bilingual Summer Camp student mentor. You helped younger summer campers complete their projects and answer any questions for them. The museum team recognized your enthusiasm to help the younger students around you.

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  • New Badge

    Earn this badge by attending the workshops, while gaining Culinary Arts experience.

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