HHS Success Mentors Program
The HHS Success Mentor/Mentee program is an intentionally designed formal mentoring program for both undergraduate mentors and mentees that empowers students through peer interaction to engage in meaningful self-discovery and growth while building connections to achieve success in their educational and life pursuits.
Mentors are outstanding sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Mentees are first-year students in HHS. Mentors and mentees develop one-on-one relationships focused on academic, professional, and personal growth and support in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Events are also held throughout the year for mentors and mentees to connect. Events for the 2015-2016 year include an HHS student panel where new students can ask continuing HHS students about their experiences and life at Purdue, an ice cream social, a career development workshop, and a formal dinner with HHS faculty.
Current and rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors: Learn more and apply to be a mentor!
Incoming first-year students: Learn more and apply to be a mentee!
Please contact Jessica Knerr, Student Program Specialist/Academic Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like additional information about the HHS Success Mentors Program.