What are the benefits of becoming a peer mentor?

  • Develop your communication skills
  • Gain leadership skills and a sense of satisfaction as you see mentees grow in confidence
  • Consolidate your own knowledge of the subject
  • Make your resume more attractive to potential employers  - peer mentoring helps you develop the key skills employers are looking for
  • Assist other students who need your help
  • Opportunities for further skills development, such as RMIT Micro-Credentials.
  • Enjoy being part of the peer mentoring community
  • Build your social network and make new friends

What are the requirements of becoming a peer mentor?

  • You need to have achieved a 75 or above for the course you wish to mentor in
  • You need to attend a training session before you begin mentoring

How do I become a peer mentor?

If you achieved a 75 or above in a peer mentoring supported course, you will receive an invite via your student email several months before semester starts. If you haven’t received an invite, please contact us via peer.mentoring@rmit.edu.au  After registering, you will be invited to training and other peer mentoring social activities.

 

A group photo of student mentors
Mentors receiving their certificates