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Mentorship
A mentor helps his or her protégé succeed.

That doesn't say anything about how much experience is required to be a mentor, nor does it mean there must be a formal relationship between them.  By signing up here to help fellow guild members succeed, it doesn't mean you are making any specific time committment, but it will help new turners know who may have some time to help them when they encounter a rough spot in their learning road.

Mentorship is a big part reason this guild was formed and is offered free of charge to guild members.

Click here to ask to become a mentor

The following individuals have stepped forward to help.
Name, Location, Phone
Turning Since
Specialties
Bert Workman
Ringgold, GA
706-937-7641
2000
General Turning, Bowls, Spindles, and more.
Rick Urban
Varnell, GA
706.537.1736
2003
Bowls, basics, and other stuff
Charles Jennings
Soddy Daisy, TN
423.902.1482
2005
General turning bowls and spindles
Joe Price
Ooltewah, TN

2005
Bowls, pens, vases
Doug Spohn
Chattanooga, TN
423.240.4386
2000
All except pens
Charles Helton
Ringgold, GA
423.364.1342
2005
Bowls, basics, and other stuff
James Ridley
Chatsworth, GA
706.517.9824
2005
Bowls Etc.
Jared Bruckner
McDonald, TN
423.400.3062
2008
Bowls, basics, Boxes, Etc.