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What Do Peer Mentors Do?

What do Peer Mentors do?

· Assist in the facilitation of 20 Orientation programs a year

· Staff the First Year Experience and Orientation Office during the academic year

· Assist and mentor students in the First Year Experience program

· Develop and implement programs to help new and returning adult students in their transition to MCC

Requirements:

· Have completed at least one semester as a full-time student at Monroe Community College

· Hold a GPA of at least a 2.25

· Must be enrolled for classes in the upcoming semester

· Scheduled for a minimum of 6 credit hours each semester while holding the position

Benefits:

· Develop strong  self-confidence

· Gain valuable leadership experiences

· Participate in retreats

· Obtain more knowledge of campus resources

· Strengthen communication skills

· Peer Mentor clothing

· Paid $7.75 per hour

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What the Peer Mentors have to say...

Being a Peer Mentor has given me the skills to become a leader here on campus. I get to meet other peer leaders and many new people and gain friendships and professional relationships. I feel like I make a difference here helping students, involving myself more here on campus and being around such a positive environment. Being a Mentor is improving who I am not only as a student but also as a person.
-Chelsea Reed, Liberal Arts

Becoming a Peer Mentor has really changed me forever. Iím not a really shy person but I used to be very reserved around people I don't know because I like my comfort zone so much, but being a Peer Mentor helped me get over that because I get to talk to people and help them and at the end, it's really rewarding because I feel like I'm helping someone and that I might be doing a difference in this person's life! It also helped me gain leadership skills and Iím definitely a more open person now than I was when I first came to MCC.
-Pierre Angina Jean Baptiste(Angie), Political Science/Psychology.

Being a Peer Mentor has provided me with outstanding opportunities for networking and developing public speaking and leadership skills as well as giving me the chance to make a real difference in the lives of new students. There is nothing better than knowing you have helped other people in measurable ways. I am a returning adult student with a lot of job experience, and I can safely say that this job has been the best one I have ever had; not only is it challenging, it is also a lot of fun, and it has helped me clarify my career goals. The fact that we get paid is just the frosting on the cake.
-Anna  Price, Liberal Arts in psychology and religion

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