Peer Mentor Program
What is a Peer Mentor?
Jensen SAS Peer Mentors are upper-division science and math students who volunteer to assist first-year freshmen during their academic and social transition to life at CSULB as part of the Science & Math Enrichment Program. Peer Mentors share their experiences as CSULB students, give direction, encourage student success, and serve as Peer Tutors. As a peer mentor, students have the opportunity to give back to their campus community, improve leadership skills, develop facilitation abilities, help foster a successful learning environment, and pass on a legacy of altruism.
- Mentor first-year freshmen
- Participate in the campus community as CNSM representatives
- Improve leadership skills through conducting group activities
- Develop facilitation abilities via interaction with other Mentors and Mentees
- Foster a successful learning environment through Peer Tutoring
- Pass on a legacy of commitment and service
- Minimum 2.7 GPA, 3.0 GPA and above in the major preferred
- Declared Science or Mathematics majors ONLY
- Will have completed at least 60 units by the end of the Spring 2015 semester, AND be entering into third year or beyond
- Ability to tutor introductory CNSM courses (particularly Chemistry)
- A sincere interest in helping freshmen and CNSM students
- A desire to represent the CNSM and the Jensen SAS Center, in outreach and orientation activities
Applications & Interview
- Complete a paper Application form (pick up an application from the SAS Center, or print out the Peer Mentor Application).
- Have your recommender complete the Letter of Reference form and provide a confidential letter of reference.
- After you are invited for an interview, you will need to sign up for an interview time (first come, first served). You must have submitted a completed application to be interviewed.
The 2015-2016 application is now closed.