SPH Career Peer Mentors – Open for Business

Women having conversation together in business officeNeed someone to review your resume? Looking to prepare for an academic advising appointment? Did you forget to schedule an appointment in advance?
A peer mentor may be able to help.

The School of Public Health Student Ambassador Program offers peer mentoring on a variety of topics during drop-in hours Monday through Friday in the Student Services Suite located on the lower level of the Public Health Building.

Visit the Peer Mentor page to meet the 2018-2019 Student Ambassadors and find a time that works best for your schedule: https://careers.publichealth.iu.edu/student-contributors/.

No appointment is needed, just drop-in during office hours.

The Student Ambassador program connects the SPH student community with active undergraduate and graduate students in various degree programs and career communities!

Bits from current ambassadors about the experiences and resources they bring to the table.

Connecting with students and helping them when they have questions is a fulfilling responsibility because you know you are helping a fellow Hoosier, and you are someone they can go to for assistance no matter the problem. All-in-all, it makes me very proud to represent the School of Public Health and Indiana University. ~Meredith Laderer

 

I value being an Ambassador because it allows me to practice leadership and peer mentoring skills. Working as an Ambassador in IUSPH gives us unique access to career and academic resources that can aid us in becoming representatives of our school, as well as equipping us with the tools to mobilize public health practices within our communities. ~Lily McNulty

By Megan Lisch
Megan Lisch SPH Student Ambassador Megan Lisch