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Peers Inspiring Peers (Peer Mentoring Programs)
Peer Mentoring Programs provide an opportunity for new students to connect with mentors who are knowledgeable of Broward College and the college experience.  
Why should I join a Peer Mentoring program?
Mentors serve as a resource to answer questions, direct you to available services on campus, and help you get involved at Broward College.  By joining a Peer Mentoring program you will:
·         Learn more about the college experience
·         Become a more successful student
·         Develop a positive support system
·         Build new relationships with faculty, staff, and other BC students
Who are the mentors?
All Peer Mentors are current students that have demonstrated outstanding academic performance and general knowledge of Broward College.  Peer Mentors also receive specific training in mentor roles and responsibilities.  Each program has specific requirements to become a mentor.  If you are interested in being a mentor? Find out how to apply.
Is this Peer Mentoring program best for me?
Broward College Peer Mentoring program for first-time students. 
Become a Peer Mentor
Peer Mentors assist new students with the academic transition to college by:
·         Facilitating connections with faculty and staff
·         Helping familiarize students with college resources
·         Providing a positive support system
·         Engaging students in campus events and activities
·         Exposing students to techniques and strategies to be successful
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