Understanding Mentor Partnerships
Key Participants Involved in the Mentor Partnership
NEW: Lead Mentor
This year, MPFS is looking for 10 Lead Mentors to provide additional support for our mentor-protégé partnerships. Each Lead Mentor will be responsible for supporting a cohort of ten mentor-protégé pairs through the entirety of Fall quarter. Lead Mentors will provide critical support by maintaining regular contact with their cohort MPFS Mentors, reviewing bi-weekly check-ins and reporting any student health and wellness concerns to the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Student Leadership Adviser. Lead Mentors will be recognized at the end of the quarter with a celebration dinner, certificate and small stipend.
Incoming OMA&D student (first year or transfer) interested in meeting an experienced UW student mentor who can help them navigate their way through their first quarter.
Continuing UW OMA&D student of sophomore, junior, or senior status who meets our qualifications and volunteer to help a new student (protégé) through their first quarter. As a caring and experienced UW student, they will introduce the new student to academic services, campus resources, college life, and be a support system as they transition to the UW.