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ColoradoSPH Peer Mentoring Program

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About the Program
The Colorado School of Public Health Peer Mentoring Program will create opportunities for student to form connections with their peers and will be a platform for support.  Students are matched by concentration.  The program will assist in topics ranging from helping students adjust to Denver/Colorado life to offering insight into courses/logistics of graduate school. Mentors and mentees will have the opportunity to ask for tailored help and get connected to resources. There is power in sharing struggles to normalize experiences.
Application Information
  • Interested in being a mentee? Apply here
      • Prerequisites: Enrolled in ColoradoSPH and less than 18 credits
  • Interested in being a mentor? Apply here
      • Prerequisites: Enrolled in ColoradoSPH and more than 18 credits


Expect to meet once/month and complete required trainings.  If you are going to be a mentee, we ask that you commit to being a mentor the following year!  This program is self-sustaining, which means we need YOU to help keep it going! 
Benefits of Peer Mentoring
  • Networking
  • Connecting with peers
  • Shared resources
  • Mutual learning experience
  • Sharpen leadership skills
  • Increase support network



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