Mirrors News

Reflexions Newletter (January 2010)

9 September 2013

Reflexions Newsletter (January 2010)   In this issue: Transforming Our Community, One Person at a Time Bringing the Heat Mirrors Enrolment Inspirations

Reflexions Newsletter (June 2012)

9 September 2013

Reflexions Newsletter (June 2012)   In this issue: Sustaining the Impact: Mirrors Alumni & Friends Association How Mirrors has Impacted Our Community Staff Development: From Training to Trainer

Programme graduate LJ Scott: Bermuda needs Mirrors

17 May 2013

Mirrors intern Lindley (LJ) Scott Jr volunteered for Mirrors in 2009 and was so impressed with the programme that he signed on as a participant.

Young Adults Confront Inner Obstacles through Mirrors

15 November 2012

Brought together at Warwick Camp for the often arduous task of confronting inner obstacles, a team of 19 young adults has emerged from the latest Mirrors residential programme.

19 Whitney Institute Pupils Complete the Coaching for Success Initiative

27 September 2012

Determined young students of Whitney Institute got a taste of the nine to five workday this week, as part of the Mirrors programme. The 19 M1 pupils were the latest to complete a gruelling three-day training session for the Coaching for Success initiative. Last week, 34 M2 students at Sandys Secondary School finished theirs. The […]

Transforming the Lives of Others, and Your Own, as a Mirrors Volunteer

27 August 2012

For long-standing Mirrors Programme volunteer Susan Jackson, the New Beginnings $1 Million Camp

Dozens of Young Adults Graduate from Mirrors Programme

25 June 2012

Eighty-four youngsters were recognised for their achievements at an upbeat 2011/12 completion ceremony at Whitney Institute.

“After Mirrors I see the world as a different place”

3 May 2012

Makeda DeShield, 21, a graduate of the first Mirrors programme now sees the world as a different place.

Former Premier Ewart Brown on the Mirrors Programme

3 May 2012

The Mirrors programme is widely viewed as the signature achievement of former Premier Ewart Brown. He fought for years to bring the personal development programme to Bermuda, and was able to implement it only upon taking office as Premier in 2006.