Some students are more ready to engage with a mentor than other students.
Keep in mind, most mentees in this program:
Also, be aware that some students may be working 20 or more hours and may have family or other issues impacting their time and attention.
Considering finding activities to do outside of your office as a way to help the student relax and feel more comfortable around you. Activities are a great way to show the student what Athens and the UGA campus have to offer. Engaging in activities is also a way to share your interests and to help them identify their passions.
Feel free to contact Program Coordinator for suggestions about how to engage with your mentee.
Consult with other mentors in the program.
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Questions about the Mentor Program?
Please call the UHC Health Promotion Department (706-542-8690) or contact Mike Friedline.