Apply to Be A Mentor!
Our mission is to enrich students' lives through support and mental health advocacy. Student Peer Mentors offer the following help with students: adjusting to college life/academics, problem solving and goal setting, time management, reading/note taking skills, exam preparation, increasing motivation, stress management, provide a Wellness Assessment and more!
We will try to accommodate all requests. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the supervisor of our peer mentor program, Jennifer Hooker: firstname.lastname@example.org or 815-835-6271.
Currently Accepting Applications!
We are currently accepting applications for students to become mentors this upcoming Spring Semester. Applications are due by December 10th. Interviews will be the week of December 13th. Training will begin in January, and you will start seeing students in February.
Do you have experience working with others? Do you have a few hours per week to work with a fellow classmate? Yes?! Check out these SVCC Student Peer Mentor Facts!
- What You Will BringWe are looking for your creativity and new ideas! You will make a difference in a student's life! You will support your mentee by teaching strategies on how to improve self care, study skills, build relationships and access community resources.
- What We ProvideWe provide a 1.5-2 day training to give you the skills you will need to be a successful mentor. We also provide weekly supervision to continue to support you!
- Why Have Peer Mentors?Students prefer to be mentored by another student who has shared similar experiences and cares about their wellbeing. Research has shown that you will make a difference in their success both personally and academically!
- How Will Mentoring Be Provided?Mentoring can be provided one on one, either virtually or in person. We are designing a mentoring group room to allow all students who would like to work on self-care to participate in activities designed to improve stress management.