What is the Peer-to-Peer Mentor Program?
The Peer-to-to-Peer Mentor Program (P2P Program) program connects first year students looking for assistance with more experienced students. The assistance includes:
- Essay writing;
- AGLC Referencing;
- Getting involved with mooting, and other competitions;
- Volunteering at Legal Centers;
- Getting involved with the Victoria University Law Journal;
- Time management advice; and
- General administrative procedures.
It helps first years to find their feet in their law degree while giving them the opportunity to start planning their degree from the very first day! It is also an awesome way to make friends or know some friendly faces around campus.
Further, it provides the more experienced students, that is the Mentors, a change to share their knowledge that has been accrued over the time they have been here at Victoria University.
Dictum Society is looking for new mentors. You get to share you knowledge, experience and wisdom with a new student. The Peer-to-Peer Mentor Program is a fun and flexible volunteer opportunity for Dictum Society members.
To be a Mentor:
- Undergraduate entry: You must have completed at least eight law units
- Graduate entry: You must have completed at least four law units.
To apply, please click here.
Applications close COB on Friday, 4 August 2017.
If you're a first year student who needs assistance on what has been listed above, please sign up. It will match you up with an experienced student who will assist you in your first semester of University!
Interested? Please apply here.
Applications close COB on Friday, 11 August 2017.