What is Peer Mentoring?
The "Peer Mentoring Program" supports the new students to adapt to university life by the students in upper classes. The program, which has examples from many universities around the world, was implemented in our university in the 2016-2017 academic year with the "Mentor Training Program". The mentor candidates selected through interviews participated in a 14-week, 42-hour training program in total. The mentors who were successful in the exam received their certificates at the end of the training.
The first Peer Mentors of our university share their experiences with their Mentees in the 2017-2018 Academic Year and guide them.
Who Can Become a Mentee?
Peer Mentoring Program mentee application are open to all students enrolled in the preparatory and first year at our university in the 2017-2018 academic year.
Advantages of Being a Mentee
- You can get information about university life from someone who has gone through similar processes.
- You can expand your social circle
- If you encounter a problem, you can get support to direct you to the right people and offices.
- You can participate in activities organized under the Peer Mentoring Program.
- You can adapt to university life quicker
- You get social support when you become a mentee.
- Your social and professional knowledge increases faster.
- You get relationship support, make friends and feel valuable.
- You get access to different learning resources and key people.
Who Can Become a Mentor?
- Those who study at our university and are in the 2nd or 3rd grade,
- Those who are open to volunteering,
- Those who are open to "other",
- Those who are willing to share their experiences,
- Those who are open to teamwork,
- Those who are calm, patient and flexible,
- Those who show an incentive, encouraging and empowering approaches,
- Those who have effective communication skills and are good listeners,
- Those whose Great Point Average (GPA) is at least 2.50.
Advantages of Being a Mentor
- You will be responsible
- You gain experience and be prepared on the subject you are going to help
- Improves your investigative side
- You learn to do planning
- You learn to establish and maintain relationships
- Your self-confidence increases
Duties and Responsibilities of the Mentor
- Supporting new students to adapt to the University environment,
- Helping the learner (Mentee) to know their rights and responsibilities,
- Being accessible,
- Not acting outside the job description and knowing her/his limitations,
- Fulfilling her/his duties and responsibilities within the framework of ethical principles.
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For more information:
Phone Number: 0216 626 10 50 (2062)
E-mail: [email protected]