The Mentorship staff creates and sends electronic monthly and mid-monthly newsletters to all participants to keep participants updated about our activities, share announcements about campus events of note and relate tips for a successful semester. They're also used to spotlight the myriad student-run organizations and co-curricular involvements of our Communication Coordinators, who are connected to sports, leadership, community service, research and cultural groups--they share relevant information from their everyday campus lives to the incoming class in order to supplement the mentoring experience.
We also publish manuals and various training materials to assist mentors in their role (both peer mentors and faculty/staff), so that all participants are well-informed and prepared. Feel free to review any of the information below!
View Resources for Mentors from the 2013 Mentor Workshop below:
Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources On Campus--from the "Promoting the well-being of your Mentees: Tips on Time Management, Health and Wellness" Workshop by Sarah K. Lipson, CHSPE/School of Public Health doctoral student and Joe Howard, CHSPE doctoral student.
Academic Support Resources for Mentors--from the "How to Be a Better Online Resource" workshop by Dr. Martha Kirpes, Newnan Advising Center.
Because Mentees Are First-year Students
LSA Academic Advising Website
Math Prep Site
Engineering First-Year Handbook
Engineering Learning Center (ELC)
Ross School of Business BBA program resources
Student Academics Mobile App
Pre-health academic advising
Pre-law academic advising
Study Abroad and International Resources
International Programs in Engineering (IPE)
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
A Fair(y) Use Tale
Safe Computing at UM
Protect Yourself and the University from Spear Phishing
Balance Life with Leisure and the Arts
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Arts At Michigan
Matthei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
Employment and Careers
For the Future
Mentor's Corner: 2013 Peer Mentor Resources
MENTOR REIMBURSEMENT GUIDELINES
Click here to view the guidelines for reimbursement to mentors. Mentor groups receive an $80 stipend to support their group's activities! This information will let you know how to get reimbursed, where to find forms and the process for submitting receipts.
A peek inside the Mentorship Kickoff Newsletter: Volumbe 15, Issue I (September 2013)