A Peer Mentor is a UW-W student who serves as a resource and mentor to a group of freshmen during their first semester on campus. Peer Mentors lead their group during Club U-Dub Dub, our two-day fall orientation program, and then 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, check in to make sure they are getting through the transition successfully, and to coordinate fun activities. If you're a freshman at UW-W, you've got a Peer Mentor! Be sure to get to know this student leader as well as the other freshmen in your group!
Want to become a Peer Mentor?
Click here for the Peer Mentor position description. The online application will be posted on January 13, 2014. (Applications will be due on February 12th.)
Questions? Contact Marie Hornickel, Coordinator of Mentor Programs, at 262.472.1939 or email@example.com.