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Peer Mentoring Program Una Mano Amiga

Don’t forget to attend this event at the South City Campus Multipurpose room 1-032 on October 25, 2013 from 3:30 to 7:30 pm. We will be celebrating the Peer Mentoring Program’s " Üna Mano Amiga” (A Helping Hand) Second Anniversary. We will have the opportunity to celebrate this great event with recognitions, surprises, and prizes. We will also have unique testimonies by our peer mentors' experience of being part of “Una Mano Amiga” and how it has had an impact on their lives, do not miss it!

“The mission of the Peer Mentoring Program, Üna Mano Amiga” (A Helping Hand) is to help Hispanic students achieve their academic goals as well as help new students at Salt Lake Community College in their first steps. We provide students with educational, social and emotional support. We believe that students should mentor other students. With this idea, the student with most experience has the opportunity to guide the new students. We are a community that inspires, gives support and share our experiences as well as information from the different resources that the college offers.”

No Olviden Atender a la Celebración del Segundo Aniversario del Peer Mentoring Program "Üna Mano Amiga," que se llevara a cabo en South City Campus Multipurpose room 1-032 , el día 25 de octubre de 3:30 a 7:30 pm. Nosotros tendremos la oportunidad de celebrar este gran evento con reconocimientos, sorpresas y premios. Asimismo tendremos el testimonio de nuestros peer mentors sobre el impacto que tuvo “Una Mano Amiga” en sus vidass. No faltes.
La misión del Peer Mentoring Program “Una Mano Amiga” es asistir a los estudiantes hispanos a alcanzar sus metas académicas así como también ayudar a los nuevos estudiantes en Salt Lake Community College con sus primeros pasos. Nosotros proveemos a los estudiantes soporte educacional, social y emocional. Nosotros consideramos que el mejor mentor de un estudiante es otro estudiante. Con esta idea el estudiante con más experiencia sirve como mentor al nuevo estudiante. Nosotros somos una comunidad que no solo inspiramos y damos soporte a nuestros estudiantes sino también compartimos nuestras experiencias e información de las diferentes fuentes de apoyo que el College ofrece.

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