MSU ACCESS Program PEER MENTORS
NOTE: The time to submit Peer Mentor applications has passed. If you are still interested and want to be a Peer Mentor during Spring 2017, please turn in an application to 01 Montgomery to Amanda Cosgriff or Elizabeth Williams by December 2nd.
MSU's ACCESS program is looking for college students that are interested in being peer mentors. As an ACCESS Peer Mentor, you will be committing to building a friendship with an ACCESS student. The success of the ACCESS program is based on your strong commitment and involvement! Mentors are needed in the following areas:
Fitness Mentor: exercising together, demonstrating use of equipment, encouraging healthy habits
Meal Friend: supporting social time during meals
Social Mentor (On Campus): providing support as needed to attend on-campus athletics and social events
Social Mentor (Off Campus): providing support as needed, including transportation, to attend social events off campus
Life Skills Mentor: promoting day to day scheduling and planning, and providing supportive learning opportunities for necessary life skills for cooking, shopping, and laundry tasks, though not limited to these.
Time commitment: About 2 hours a week for the spring semester.
For more information, email Elizabeth Williams at: