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Become a peer mentor


The Faculty of Science offers student mentoring programs that run each semester for Undergraduate Science students and Postgraduate Sustainability students.

What’s involved

As a mentor, you are required to:

  • complete an online training module
  • attend either an in person training or webinar
  • actively participate at the Mentoring Welcome event during Faculty Welcome Week
  • actively engage and communicate with your group of mentees regularly throughout the semester

For more information contact the Student Support Officer at

Additional benefits of being a mentor

As part of the mentor program, you will build upon your coaching and leadership skills. We will keep you informed of upcoming social events and industry opportunities you can participate in.


You must be enrolled in a Science degree or a Sustainability course or degree to be eligible to be a mentor.

How to register

Complete this form to register your interest in joining the program as a mentor.


You will be invited to complete and online training module via Canvas as well as participate in either an online webinar or in person training workshop to provide you with the necessary information and tools you need to be a successful and engaged mentor.

If you are unable to attend the training session, you need to contact the Programs Officer (Student Engagement) at science.student‑ If you can’t attend the session you may not be able to participate in the program as a mentor. This decision will be made by the Student Support Officer.

Last updated: 10 August 2023

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