- Who Are Peer Mentors?
- Why Mentorship?
- Advanced Involvement
- Apply to be a Peer Mentor
- International Peer Mentorship Program
- Tramble Rooms Peer Mentorship
Mentors are identified as positive role models and leaders on campus. Volunteering your time and energy to being a mentor means you are contributing to the success of your peers and the positive enrichment of the community!
Mentors are required to complete an initial 40-hour training course that is taught by members of the Health and Counseling Department. Once complete, mentors are able to act as official mentors to the student body. After 4 months of active mentorship there is a second 40-hour training module that builds on these mentoring experiences and the skills learned in Level One training. To act as a mentor you are required to commit a minimum of 3 hours per week to the program.
If you think that you might be interested in applying to become a mentor on campus or would like more information on the Peer Mentorship Program please contact Jamie McCarthy, Peer Mentorship Coordinator, at 867-5710 or email@example.com.