The Bucknell University T.E.A.M. Peer Mentor Program is a year-long program which engages the intellectually talented student in the life of the University while fostering an affinity to the University. Students from underrepresented backgrounds entering Bucknell University as first-year or transfer students in the fall are invited to apply to the program. T.E.A.M. partners first-year student scholars with an upperclass peer mentor to establish a supportive relationship which aids transition into Bucknell's academic and social atmosphere.
T.E.A.M. peer mentors receive extensive training and are committed to developing meaningful relationships with their scholars. Throughout the year, mentors build personal connections with first-year scholars by arranging individual meetings with their assigned scholars and participating in team-building activities, including interactive group events and topical discussions. The program helps mentors gain experiences in leadership and service, and enriches their ability to work with diverse student populations.
Scholars have the following benefits:
Student scholars are expected to meet with their mentor weekly; attend program meetings during the semester with their mentor and program staff; attend program social events; acquire knowledge of all areas of university resources; and actively engage in their Bucknell University experience.
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