Current Students/Mentors


Who are SUSTAIN: Excellence Mentors? | Why should I become a SUSTAIN: Excellence Mentor?
What's in it for me? | Who should apply? | How do I apply? | Questions? |

Who are SUSTAIN: Excellence Mentors?

Why should I become a SUSTAIN: Excellence Mentor?

Being a Mentor can be a rewarding and meaningful experience. By sharing experiences, knowledge, and support, Mentors are valuable and can positively influence the experience of first-year student Protégés. Mentors go through training throughout the year to learn about and further in topic areas including, but not limited to: diversity awareness & cultural competencies, group facilitation, using and referring to campus resources, developing leadership and organizational skills, effective mentoring techniques and much more. Through training and exposure to other unique opportunities, Mentors can further develop their social, intercultural, and leadership skills to be competitive candidates for other campus leadership and employment positions.

What's in it for me? (Benefits to being a Mentor)

Who should apply?

An ideal SUSTAIN: Excellence: Mentor should:

How do I apply?

Recruitment for the 2013-2014 SUSTAIN: Excellence Mentors has ended. Check out the "Meet the Mentors"page to learn more about the 2013-2014 mentors.

Click HERE to learn more about the responsibilities of being a Mentor. If you are interested being a mentor or helping with any part of the SUSTAIN: Excellence Program,
please contact Carla Cadet, Assistant Dean for Intercultural Engagement, at (414) 288-7205 or email carla.cadet@marquette.edu, or visit this page again in Spring 2014 when we begin recruiting for new mentors!

Questions?

If you have questions about the SUSTAIN: Excellence program, please contact Carla Fullwood, Assistant Dean for Intercultural Engagement, at (414) 288-7205 or email carla.cadet@marquette.edu.


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