What is a PACE Mentor?
As a member of a multicultural team, the peer mentor is responsible for assisting their mentees in adjusting academically and socially to the University of Idaho environment. Peer mentors provide mentees with information about services offered through the University of Idaho and encourage students to utilize these services. Through their work PACE Peer Mentors are also models of academic responsibility, community involvement, and multicultural communication. PACE mentors are of sophomore, junior or senior class standing, and have the desire to enrich the college experience of other students, as well as to improve their own mentoring and leadership abilities. If this describes you, apply today!
Benefits of Being a Mentor
Valuable experience and useful skills
Mentoring and leadership training
Opportunity to positively influence the college experience of another student
Ability to act as an ambassador for diversity and promote multicultural awareness
A possible academic credit each semester from the PACE program
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS MAY 24TH 2013
Contact the Program Coordinator Leah Rosenkranz, at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions or would like more information about the PACE program.