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What is a Peer Mentor?

  • Peer mentors are part-time student workers that are paid 10/hr for supporting students and assisting their professors.
  • Mentors work in the classrooms of courses they have already successfully completed. Peer mentors have excelled in their courses and provide valuable insights to students currently taking the course.
  • Peer mentors support students by offering advice, holding office hours, and answering questions.
  • Peer mentors are similar to teaching assistants but do not grade assignments.

Peer Mentor Training

The EEEC hosted a peer mentor training for faculty and staff Friday, August 19. This training featured a discussion panel, an overview of the Peer Mentor Program, and presentations from speakers on campus. Thank you to all the faculty, staff, and students who participated in this training. We will continue to expand our Peer Mentor Program so that we can reach more students and provide increased support to students around campus.  If you are interested in becoming a peer mentor for spring 2023, apply via the Working Warhawks website: It will open the week of October 7. Faculty members teaching core courses who are interested in having a peer mentor this spring, please let us know: [email protected].

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Mentor Collective

Mentor Collective is a fantastic way for students to get involved on campus and help other students. Students are paired with someone invested in their success-a person ready to listen, inspire, and help when needed. Mentors help students understand what to expect at AUM, how to face challenges, and where to find campus resources. Mentors will build their networks and develop skills that will help them for life after college.


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