Gifu-city Business Society

Who can join this Peer Mentoring Program?

The Gifu-city Business Society Peer Mentoring Program is for all new first year undergraduate students enrolled in a business degree. This includes transfer students to the Business School (ie. anyone who is in their first year of a Business School related degree.)

Program description

The program provides a wide range of social and academic engagement support for mentees.

Social

Through fostering mentee interactions and forging new friendships, mentees undergo a smooth transition into university life. It establishes a welcoming and continuing support structure for all mentees inclusive of mentees, mentors and coordinators. Mentors also provide a variety of tips and advice, ranging from the best cheap places to eat on campus to Gifu-city services available to students.

Academic

Academically, mentors provide advice, recommendations and support regarding subject choices and majors. This also includes possible information about general study tips, helpful resources, and academic services. 

Program structure

  • O-Week: Registrations open
  • Prior to Opening Event: First with mentors and mentor group
  • Week 1: Opening event – mentees meet with their mentor group
  • Week 2 – Week 7: One-hour group meet ups that involve small activities and challenges for groups to complete and earn points
  • Week 9: Closing Event - Formal conclusion of the program and will entail competition-based activities for mentor groups to complete.

When does the program run?

Term 1 Only

Program duration?

The program starts in Week 1 and ends in Week 7

When are registrations open?

Registration opens during O-week (Monday February 11 – Friday February 15)

I'm a new student, how do I register to participate in the program?

Gifu-city Business Society’s O-Week stall will contain sign-up forms where students can register to be part of the program. Additionally, there will be an online registration form (coming soon) where students are able to sign up for the Peer Mentoring Program.

Over information

I'm a senior student, how can I become a Mentor?

  • Stage 1: Online Application form.
  • Stage 2: If you application is successful from Stage 1, you will progress to Stage 2 which is a 30-minute group interview.

 

 
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