The Non-Traditional Student Peer Mentoring Program is a structured year-long opportunity for senior and junior non-traditional students to help incoming freshman and transfer non-traditional students acclimate to Carroll College. For the purpose of the program a non-traditional student is anyone who based on age, role, or life experience upon coming to Carroll College self identifies as different from the average student at Carroll College. This purposefully broad definition of non-traditional students is intended to solicit a diverse array of mentors and mentees who can share and bond not only over their similarities but in their differences. Applications for fall 2016-2017 academic year will be accepted until April 13, 2017 at 5:00 pm.
For additional program information regarding the Non-Traditional Peer Mentoring Program, please refer to the Policies and Procedures Manual.
To apply for a mentor position please fill out the Non-Traditional Student Peer Mentoring Program Application and submit it via email to Director of Veteran Services, Brandy Keely at: email@example.com
As part of your committment to participate as a peer mentor, you will be required to attend a one day training program. For additional information pertaining to the this training, please refer to the Mentor Training Manual.
If you have any questions regarding the Non-Traditional Student Peer Mentoring Program, please contact Brandy Keely, Director of Veteran Services at (406) 447-4550, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org