A Peer Mentor is a UW-W student leader who serves as a resource to new students during their first semester at UW-W. Peer Mentors lead a group of new students through Club U-Dub Dub, our two-day fall orientation program, and assist an instructor with the facilitation of a New Student Seminar section. Throughout the fall semester, Peer Mentors remain in contact with new students to answer questions and to coordinate fun activities. If you're a freshman at UW-W, you've got a Peer Mentor!
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Want to be a Peer Mentor?
APPLY NOW! To be considered for the position, applicants must complete the following by Noon on Wednesday, February 10, 2016:
Step 1: Review the position description for complete details about the position and the selection process.
Step 2: Complete the online application.
Step 3: Have two personal reference forms submitted on your behalf. At least one reference must be a UW-W faculty or professional staff member. (Student staff such as former Peer Mentors or RAs do not suffice for this requirement.)
Questions? Contact Marie Hornickel, Coordinator of Mentor Programs
262.472.1939 or firstname.lastname@example.org