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Peer Mentorship Program

The Peer Mentorship Program presents a unique opportunity for you to connect with other SAIT students. Having a peer mentor or being one is a great way to build confidence and enhance essential skills that help you stand out to employers.

Whether you’re starting at SAIT and could use some advice from someone who’s done it all before or looking ahead to graduation and getting hired, being involved with peer mentorship can have a huge impact. 

Peer Mentorship - Spring/Summer 2022!

Registrations for both mentees and mentors will open again for the Spring/Summer 2022 term from March 14 to May 13.

The Peer Mentorship Program – Spring/Summer 2022 commences Monday, May 23. Be sure to register and reserve your spot for this very popular and successful program. All mentorship activity will occur online through Microsoft Teams or face to face when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Program and registration details are listed below.

Program details

The Peer Mentorship Program matches senior student mentors with first year mentees. Matches become part of a structured relationship and are based on a common program of study.

A mentor may be matched with a single mentee or with several mentees to form a small group. Mentors and Mentees meet approximately one hour per week for a total of 12 weeks each semester. Mentors and Mentees are supported by orientation and are required to complete the Peer Mentorship Training Course. All mentorship activity will occur online through Microsoft Teams or face to face when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

Note: Mentoring is not the same as counselling or tutoring. If you are in need of these services, please contact Student Development and Counselling or Academic Coaching and Tutoring services

Gain confidence and insight to help you navigate campus life at SAIT throughout your SAIT journey.

Sign up for a peer mentor to:

  • meet new people and expand your community
  • improve your communication, critical thinking and collaboration skills
  • learn about resources and services on campus
  • develop networking, professional and relationship-building skills
  • gain credit for your co-curricular record
  • start your life-long mentorship journey.

*Registrations open on Monday, March 14.

Did you know? Studies show having a mentor improves GPA, course completion and increases confidence, motivation and self-belief.

Get a peer mentor

Boost your leadership skills and help a new student adjust to life on campus. Support student success by referring your mentee to useful resources, encouraging them to get involved and providing guidance on how to succeed at SAIT.

To qualify as a peer mentor, you must:

  • be in your second semester or higher
  • maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better
  • be in good standing with the Office of Student Conduct
  • demonstrate an ability to engage and encourage others
  • demonstrate empathy towards the ideas and experiences of others
  • be passionate about your SAIT experience.

As a peer mentor, you will: 

  • enhance your self-awareness through positive role modelling
  • put your engaging communication techniques and critical-thinking abilities into practice
  • build relationships along with your interpersonal skills
  • contribute to a great campus culture
  • improve your career profile and gain credit for your co-curricular record.

Training and support will be provided. 

*Registrations open on Monday, March 14.

Did you know? Studies show being a mentor increases academic performance, self-understanding, communication and personal growth.

Note: Mentors are not tutors — they are not expected to assist mentees with coursework.

Be a peer mentor


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