Peer Mentoring Program
The Science Peer Mentoring Program aims to assist first-year Monash University Science students in their transition from high school into university by creating a fun and supportive network between program coordinators, peer mentors and first year students (mentees). The program runs across the semester.
- Receive beneficial and effective training in mental health, cross-cultural communication, supporting the LGBTQI community and how to be an effective and supportive mentor
- Share your knowledge and answer questions about adjusting to life at Monash.
- Attend weekly online social events to network with other like-minded student leaders in the program and make a positive impact on others.
- Opportunities to develop your leadership skills and talents
- A chance to develop your interpersonal and communication skills as you guide and assist new students
- Tangible mentoring skills and experience
- Boost your CV through the experience and new skills gained
- Lifelong friendships with fellow students
- Attend faculty peer mentoring events and provide support where required.
- Provide mentoring support to a group of commencing students through the mentoring platform.
- Use personal university experience to provide guidance to mentees and refer mentees to further support services when required.
- Be a positive representation of the faculty and the university at all times.
How to apply
Follow the link to apply to be a Science Peer Mentor
If you have any questions about the program, please email: