AASIA Peer Mentoring Program
AASIA, Asian American Students in Action is a peer mentoring program coordinated by the Asian American Center at Northeastern University. This program seeks to provide incoming Asian American students with immediate support and community. Incoming students are paired up with a returning student who serves as a mentor. Mentors can play many different roles in a mentees life - they are there to answer questions about life at Northeastern, they are there to listen, they are there to help the mentees make the most of their college experiences. Participants are also a part of a larger community other mentors and mentees. This mentoring program is specifically designed for Asian American undergraduate day students who were born in the United States or were born abroad but have grown up or attended school for the majority of the time in the United States.
Please complete the following form to apply to be a mentor in the Asian American Students in Action (AASIA) Peer Mentoring Program for 2014-2015. All applicants should know that upon acceptance of a mentor position you are committing to being in the Greater Boston area for BOTH the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters.
For more details, please contact Douglas Lee, Assistant Director at the Asian American Center at email@example.com.
Follow these steps to be considered for the AASIA Peer Mentoring Program:
- Fill out the form "Asian American Students In Action (AASIA) Peer Mentoring Program - Mentee Application (2013-2014)"
- Attend one of the AASIA information sessions on Monday, September 9 and Wednesday, September 11
How to Get Involved
If you have any questions, please send an email to AASIAmentors@gmail.com.