Professional Partner Program

PSEA and PUSD have designed a mentoring program to provide individualized support, encourage learning, and promote high levels of performance for new, probationary and struggling PSEA classified employees.  It’s called the Professional Partner Program.

It is not uncommon for employees to find themselves in a new assignment without a predecessor to guide them in the intricacies of the job. An employee may be new to the District or an existing employee may need to learn additional skills. Fellow co-workers may or may not be able to assist. That’s where the Professional Partner Program can help.

The Professional Partner Program connects employees to an experienced and trained mentor, known as the “Partner.”

Every PSEA classified employee is eligible to request a Partner.

Employee Brochure

Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Professional Partner Program

2018-2020 Professional Partners

Tania Rowe Professional Learning Coordinator PSEA
Nancy Brundrett VP of PSEA / Classified on Special Assignment PSEA / SPED
Janet Crews Department Operations Tech M/O
Bonnie Loparo Instructional Aide II WWES
Brittany Delhotal Instructional Aide I AHS
Amy Durschlag Instructional Aide I MCHS
Michelle Testa Health Services Tech SHES
Shirley Rowe Attendance Accounting. Assistant III DNHS

All new and probationary employees will automatically be assigned a Partner. You may also contact our Professional Learning Coordinator to request a Partner at any time.
Tania Rowe –  PSEA Office
(858) 413-6740 /



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