C.O.N.E.C.T. Peer Mentoring Program

Caring Of New students Experiencing College Transitions

The Purpose of C.O.N.E.C.T. is to provide student support through peer advising for the encouragement of positive academic and social interactions, and promote a unified community among Black students which work to impact on Black student retention as well as encourage high academic standards, enhance leadership development, and perpetuate academic and social success to achieve graduation.

C.O.N.E.C.T. is HIRING!!

Looking to be a positive, supportive mentor to students their freshmen year? 

Apply to be a C.O.N.E.C.T. Mentor.  Applications are open January 22nd-February 4th 8:30AM.

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You will need 2 reference forms to go with your applications.  

Reference Forms

2020-2021 Events 

Fall 2020

Spring 2020

Services

  • One-on-One Peer Mentoring
  • Monthly Programs & Workshops
  • A Sistah's Voice
  • African American Recognition Reception (AARR)
  • Making the Connection (Freshman Orientation)
  • Keeping the Connection (Welcome Weekend) 

Mentors

2020-2021 CONECT Mentors

    • Nia Bard
    • Alexus Brown
    • Giavanna Combs
    • Bobbi Crumble
    • Trinity Gillespie
    • Noah Gray
    • Talynn Johnson
    • Andrea Mathis
    • MiKayla Morton
    • Jordan Murrah
    • Merise (Moe) Mwambayi
    • Zoe Palmer
    • Tayjon Perkins
    • Rachel Porter
    • Trayvon Scott-Prince
    • Jalena Slaton
    • Duchess Warfield
    • Shante Williams
    • Dalasia' Woods
    • Daphne Woolridge

       

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