The Peer to Peer Mentoring Program supports first year students in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work (NMSW) through their transition to university, academic adjustment and preparation for placements and career. A mentor is a guide. A friend. A resource who paves the way to success, and derives satisfaction from helping others succeed. A mentor's role is to inspire, encourage, and support your first year students, and to contribute to their professional and personal development. The NMSW Peer to Peer Mentoring Program is a semester-long program. Mentoring will occur in groups, with a small group of first year students matched with two peer mentors. Wherever possible, peer mentors and first year students are matched by their study program to ensure relatability and relevance. Learn More »

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