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Peer Mentoring

Charlton College of Business peer mentors play a pivotal role in empowering first-year students to enhance their learning, social, and professional goals while navigating the intricacies of university life. Offering one-on-one and small-group support, peer mentors aid mentees as they embark on a transformational period of their lives and adjust to the distinct teaching style of higher education.

Program goals

  1. Familiarize mentees with the array of resources available to them on campus, such as tutoring services, the Career Center, Counseling Center, Financial Aid Services, Housing and Residential Education, and more.
  2. Encourage attendance of events, clubs, activities, and more student life initiatives.
  3. Develop mentees' self-confidence, resilience, and self-efficacy needed to navigate the university journey.
  4. Help mentees develop essential skills for learning and growth like time management, note-taking, and problem-solving by encouraging effective approaches.
  5. Serve as positive role models, fostering a constructive and supportive environment.

Stop by CCB 101 to book an appointment with a peer mentor.

Meet your peer mentors

Peer mentors must be full-time juniors or seniors in good academic standing with a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Chosen for their responsibility, dependability, and honesty, they are trusted to maintain confidentiality with mentees and provide friendly, patient, and sensitive insight to students with different needs, interests, and abilities.

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