Centralized Peer Mentor Training
Peer mentors are students who have been selected and trained for a leadership role that provides a service to their peer group. All peer mentors, peer advocates, and peer educators should be knowledgeable about their role and what it means to be a peer leader. The Centralized Peer Mentor Training offered by the office of Orientation and Transition Programs trains student leaders on the skills necessary to effectively lead and mentor peers. Centralized Peer Mentor Training is an excellent opportunity for peer mentors to meet and network with other student leaders on campus. This training should not replace office specific trainings or meetings, but instead should help facilitate the understanding of the peer mentor role on campus.
- The Power of Peer Mentoring
- Developing A Peer Mentor Perspective
- UNT Policy and Resources
If you would like to arrange a Centralized Peer Mentor Training session for your student leader group please contact firstname.lastname@example.org