Mentoring another student is not only beneficial for the student being mentored (Mentee), but it enhances your (the Mentor's) study and life skills, giving you valuable career-related skills. Mentors develop increased self-awareness, and if you are interested in working with people, you'll find this experience highly relevant. As a valued volunteer, you are given extensive training in September and ongoing support throughout the year. Don’t forget - you get fed at meetings! We also have great parties - a Welcome Back party in September and January, and an end of year "Appreciation Party" - hosted by the Coordinator.
New Peer Mentors are recruited each year from January to March, for the following year. Please check back here starting in January for the online application form.
Feel free to browse the rest of the website, or contact the Peer Mentoring Program Director, Liz Racine, at firstname.lastname@example.org.