The Cura Personalis Mentoring Program (CPMP) is still in need of Staff/Faculty/Grad Student Mentors as well as Undergraduate Peer Mentors.
The CPMP is designed to provide incoming First-Year Students from underrepresented populations an opportunity to become acclimated and succeed at the university. Students receive mentoring and learn about personal and academic resources via two mentors: a faculty/staff/grad student mentor and a peer mentor.
The benefits of being a mentor include:
-expanding your skills
-meeting new people
-improving your career profile
-making a difference in a student's life
-agree to the mentoring role for a full academic year
-agree to meet with your mentee(s) at least 2 times a month
-agree to attend mentor's training and meetings
-agree to inform program coordinator of mentee's progress and concerns
Are you interested in becoming a Staff/Faculty/Grad Student Mentor? Fill out this form: https://orgsync.com/96221/forms/361892
Are you interested in becoming an Undergraduate Peer Mentor? Fill out this form: https://orgsync.com/96221/forms/360111
Do you have questions or would like to learn more about the program? Contact Romina Pacheco, Associate Director for Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.
Related Web Site : https://orgsync.com/96221/forms/361892
For more information, contact Romina Pacheco / x3165 / firstname.lastname@example.org