The PULSE Peer Mentor Program
Peers Unite to Learn through Scholarly Exchange
The PULSE Peer Mentor Program is in its third year of operations; and this year's officers from both Phi Theta Kappa and the Honors Program will mentor approximately 60 students enrolled in English-Writing (EWRT) 200 and Mathematics (MATH) 210 beginning January 2014. Peer mentors will participate in a training workshop and several fun group mentor / mentee activities throughout the Winter and Spring 2014 quarters. PULSE Advisor Mehrdad Khosravi will work with Administration and instructors in selecting the mentees.
PULSE originated as the 2011 College Project, winning both regional and international Phi Theta Kappa awards in 2012. Each year PULSE works with a different student cohort to provide additional social support in a college environment that complements what student mentees receive through their instructors and tutors.