The Faculty of Science Peer Mentoring Program is available to all first year students in the majority of undergraduate degree programs
The Program operates during Term 1 and includes social events such as an Orientation Week BBQ and activities early in the session, providing opportunities for students to meet other students (mentees and mentors). Information about peer mentoring and the benefits of actively participating in such a program can be found on the Science Peer Mentoring webpage in the FAQ section
Term 1 only
The Program runs from O Week and ends in the last week of Term 1
You can register here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciPeerMentoringMenteeEOI2019
Science Peer Mentors are experienced undergraduate students who provide support to first year students making the transition to university life. Mentors use their experience and knowledge to guide new students through those first crucial weeks at university.
All mentors are provided with comprehensive training to ensure they have the knowledge, skills and confidence to support new students. To be a Science Peer Mentor you need to have the capacity to provide enough time and motivation to commit to the duration of the program. Mentors are expected to meet/maintain contact with a group or individual mentees during Term 1.
Applications for mentors to partake in the 2019 program are now closed.
Further information can be found at https://www.science.unsw.edu.au/current-students/peer-mentoring-program or by contacting the Science Peer Mentoring Coordinator on the below contact details.