Debunked: Myths About Peer Mentoring

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Recently at Academic Impressions, we asked a panel of experts on peer mentor programs if there were any myths or common misconceptions about peer mentoring that they would like to debunk. This article provides their answers.

Included on the panel:

  • Margie Bader, SMILE program coordinator and professor at Seneca College
  • Bryce Bunting, program administrator and learning specialist for Brigham Young University's college of undergraduate education
  • Wayne Jackson, director of multicultural academic and support services at the University of Central Florida
  • Stacey Wilkerson, interim director of the First Year Experience and Family Programs at Longwood University


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