If you’re a Science student in your second-year or above, you can become a peer mentor. You’ll be helping our first-year science students, making their transition to university smoother. You’ll receive mentoring training so you can confidently provide new students with the guidance they need. Plus, you’ll have your efforts acknowledged on your AHEGS secondary transcript.
We’ll match you with individuals or a small group of first-year students. Mentoring groups are often the foundation of ongoing friendships and give new students the start they need as they’re embarking on university.
If you’re interested in becoming a Science Peer Mentor, call for expressions of interest opens in October each year. You can find out more information about becoming a Peer Mentor by contacting the Science Peer Mentoring Coordinator.