The T.E.A.M. Peer Mentor Program focuses on three major areas of student life: Academic Achievement, Health and Wellness, and Student Development. Students who understand how these areas affect their lives have a better chance of success at Bucknell. The program’s goal is to connect the scholars to every aspect of Bucknell University.
Throughout the year Peer Mentors build personal connections with first-year students by arranging individual meetings with their assigned scholars and participating in team-building activities, including interactive group events and topical discussions. The mentor program helps mentors gain experience in leadership and service, and enriches their ability to work with diverse student populations.
The T.E.A.M. Peer Mentor is critical to the development and success of the program. The success of the first-year scholars’ academic and social adjustment depends, in part, on the quality of the T.E.A.M. staff, as well as the Office of Multicultural Student Services and the University community in its entirety.
The T.E.A.M. Peer Mentor is expected to:
Rising sophomore, junior, and senior students interested in being a Peer Mentor should apply online in fall 2014.
If you have questions or concerns about the T.E.A.M. program, please contact Shallary Simmons Duncan, Co-Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vincent Stephens, Co-Director (email@example.com).
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