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Become A Mentor

Help ensure all students thrive

Peer to Peer Mentor

Peer to Peer mentoring is a collaborative learning approach where students share knowledge, skill and experiences with each other. 

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Faculty Research Mentor

The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is designed to support undergraduate students from low-income, first-generation and/or underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in pursuing a doctorate degree, prepare for graduate studies through research experience and other scholarly activities. Faculty research mentorship is essential to reaching our program objectives, and your input with the students will be invaluable as they progress toward graduate school, and subsequently to the doctorate.  

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Posse or Cooperman Cohort Mentor

The Cooperman and Posse cohort programs share a mission of increasing student persistence and retention, supporting first-generation and historically excluded students, as well as forging future leaders. Mentors support a cohort of up to ten first- or second-year students academically talented, highly motivated scholars through formal faculty/staff mentorship during their first two years of their academic journey monitoring their academic progress and providing support and resources if needed.

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