Title: Break the Mold - Students, Residents, New Graduates - All Can be Mentors! Purpose: We would like to expand on our Educational Presentation 2018, "Succeeding with a Multifaceted Approach to Clinical Education in a Thriving Practice" - by providing tangible solutions to creating mentorship through the layers of learning from Resident to Full-time Clinical Student on Experience to Part-time ICE student. Offer Learning Models that novice clinicians can hone to maximize mentoring opportunities and build life-long clinical educators. Methods/Description: We plan to use interactive scenarios to showcase learning (and mentoring models) for all levels of the student mentor from Gibbs, to Kolb, to Schon - we devised a creative way to bring these models to the year 2019 and quickly and efficiently incorporate them into ICE and full-time experiences. Results/Outcomes: Provide participants tangible ready to use models to bring directly back to their clinical partners. Conclusions/Relevance to the conference theme: Mentorship, mentorship, mentorship...its a buzz phrase among all students. Everyone seems to want it, have difficultly describing it, and falsely feel it is laid upon them. We hope to provide concrete examples of learning opportunities for one student layer may be an excellent mentoring opportunity for another. Maximize these opportunities among class years and resident training.