Peer Mentoring is used across the university to welcome and orientate new students, reduce the isolation that students can feel and provide an environment where a more experienced student can provide guidance to other students.
There are also benefits for student who become mentors such as using and extending people skills and a chance to reflect on their own knowledge and learning needs.
- Peer assisted study sessions Developed specifically for 1st year students more commonly called PASS
- Sir John Monash Mentoring Assists development of leadership skills for eligible students
Mentoring programs across the faculty
|1st year student mentoring||Opportunities for students to become a mentor|
|Allied health||final year allied health students to become a mentor for new students|
|Biomedical Sciences||become a peer mentor in biomedical sciences|
|Nursing and Midwifery||program for nursing and midwifery students to become mentors|
|become a peer mentor in medicine|