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Nyack College Education Department Starts a Peer Mentoring Program
What is an Education Peer Mentor?
Peer Mentors are junior and senior education students, passionate about the field of education, who serve as role models in the areas of academic achievement, in order to support and encourage first and second year education students as they adjust to the rigors and demands of the Nyack College School of Education program.
Under the supervision of faculty and staff, the Peer Mentor Program creates unique peer connections that provide support, encouragement and prayer, by matching outstanding School of Education junior and senior students with their own Mentor Coach and first and second year students.
For more information, please see your advisor or department head.
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