UConn Connects is seeking undergraduate students to serve as UConn Connects Peer Mentors for the fall 2019 semester. UConn Connects Peer Mentors assist students in achieving their academic and personal goals. In its 29th year of supporting students’ success, UConn Connects is the University’s largest volunteer mentoring program offered by the Academic Achievement Center (AAC). UConn Connects is an academic intervention program, designed to provide students with the skills and support needed for long-term academic success.
UConn Connects Mentors meet with student mentees on a weekly basis to advise, guide, and support them as they navigate the university. Serving as a mentor requires attending a pre-semester training and enrollment in a 3 credit 120-hour internship course.
If you are passionate about helping others achieve academic success, while developing their leadership skills, please apply today!
For more information, please visit the Academic Achievement Center (AAC) during walk-in hours on Mondays – Thursdays 9:00 am – 7:00 pm and Fridays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. UConn Connects Mentor applications are available online at: http://achieve.uconn.edu/peer-mentor/
The Academic Achievement Center is part of UConn’s First Year Programs & Learning Communities department, located in ROWE Undergraduate Center in room 217. For more information, contact Leo Lachut, Director of Academic Support, at 860-486-1664; Joanna Rivera Davis, Assistant Director of Academic Support, at 860-486-6120; or Sloane Krauss Hanley, Learning Services Coordinator, at 860-486-8791.
For more information, contact: Joanna Rivera Davis at Joanna.Rivera@uconn.edu