The College Programming Office is looking to hire 65 upper-class students to serve as Peer Mentors for the UChicago Mentoring Program. Mentors will be assigned to Mentee Pods made up of ~30 incoming students. Engagement between Mentors and Mentees will begin over the summer, via an online platform and continue, formally throughout the fall quarter. Face to face interactions are built into the Orientation Week schedule starting 2020!
Peer Mentors are expected to attend training sessions in the spring quarter before they begin communicating with their mentees and again in the fall. Mentors will also receive UCMP swag, leadership opportunities, and opportunities to attend quarterly socials exclusively for mentors.
Have questions? Please contact the College Programming Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2020 Hiring Timeline
Kaela is a third-year, pre-med student from Seattle, WA pursuing a major in neuroscience and a minor in French. Outside of class, she is a Research Assistant in Surgical Research and a Career Peer Advisor. She is also involved in the Student Leadership Institute as a Peer Facilitator, Clinical Excellence Scholars Track, and volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House. In her free time, she enjoys watching movies, doing yoga, and talking excessively about Seattle.
Neil is a third-year from New Jersey pursuing a double major in economics and psychology. On campus, he serves as a Captain of the Ultimate Frisbee team and is involved in the Trott Business Program. He enjoys cooking, watching movies and spending time with his friends.
Alissa is a third-year, pre-med student from Greenwood, IN pursing a major in biological sciences. Outside of class, she is the Fundraising Chair of Volunteers around the World, a Cru Bible Study Leader and Executive Board Member, Research Assistant in the UChicago Hospital, and volunteers in the UChicago ER and Anti-Cruelty Society. In her free time, she enjoys going to the gym.
Alice is a second-year from Nashville, TN pursuing majors in comparative human development, English, and gender studies. She is interested in teaching or working in education policy. In her free time, she enjoys theater and creative writing.
Katherine is a second-year from Arlington, TX studying economics. Outside of class, she enjoys listening to podcasts, playing violin in the University Symphony Orchestra, exploring restaurants downtown, and teaching music lessons.