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  1. What is an Advisor?
    An Advisor is an adult who guides youth working on a religious award and helps them through the process. Other terms for this role include Adult Advisor, Mentor, and Point of Contact.

  2. What does an Advisor do?
    An Advisor guides you to complete the tasks required for the award, checks work, and submits application to the GHACCYO.

  3. Who can be an Adult Advisor?
    Any adult can be an Advisor if he/she is

    • a fully-initiated, practicing Catholic
    • Safe Haven (formerly VIRTUS) trained
    • GHACCYO trained
    • registered on the GHACCYO website
  4. What are the prerequisites for being an Advisor?
    Advisors must

    • be registered on this site
    • be current on Safe Haven (or VIRTUS) training
    • take GHACCYO Advisor Training
    • take award specific training for each award level advising
  5. How do I become an Advisor?

    • register on this site
    • take Safe Haven (or VIRTUS) training
    • take GHACCYO Advisor Training
    • take award specific training for each award level advising
  6. How long are the training classes?
    About one hour each.

  7. How do I sign up for a training class?
    Find a date that works for you and register online.

  8. I was an Advisor in the past, but haven't done it for a while. Can I pick up where I left off?
    If you registered as an Advisor last year, you may pick up where you left off. If you were not registered as an Advisor last year, you will have to re-take the training.

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