Consulting and Mentoring


The best way to implement improvements at your facility/classroom(s) may be to hire a consultant.

Rather than provide a formal workshop or class on ethics, a consultant studies your system, observes, listens to constituents, analyzes data and makes recommendations for improving the ethical integrity of your institution. The consultant helps you plan and implement your goals and objectives.

Key pieces of consulting are as follows:

1) information intake and analysis leading to recommendations

2) helping constituents buy into the recommendations

3) serving as facilitator when glitches or roadblocks develop

4) conducting an assessment of the effectiveness of implementation

The Character Development Foundation offers consultants for individual teachers wishing to implement a comprehensive character-building classroom, as well as administrators of schools, colleges, places of business and programs.

Choosing from a wide variety of professionals in the area of ethics, the Character Development Foundation matches clients with a consultant having expertise in that particular field.

The client and consultant meet and write a contract specifying the tasks and timeline. The Character Development Foundation houses the contract and sees that the obligations are met.

If you are interested in becoming a consultant, send a resume of your work in the area of ethics and ethics education to the Character Development Foundation.

Apply for a consultant.

Apply to be a consultant


A mentor is a professional with expertise in ethics and ethics education. A mentor sits with an individual or group and listens to ethical concerns. There are many ethical issues that arise and seem to have no apparent resolution. A mentor facilitates processing of those ethical issues by asking probing questions and providing information from the field of ethics and ethics education. A mentor serves as an advisor through the learning process of implementing ethical behavior and ethical education. All sessions are confidential and non-binding. Mentorship may be through face-to-face meetings, telephone conferencing or electronic messaging.

If you are interested in serving as a mentor, send a resume of your work in the area of ethics, ethics education and mentoring to the Character Development Foundation, along with this application.

Apply for a mentor.

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