Mentorship engages students in and out of class
More students engage in extracurriculars, sports, and student-run initiatives.
Students find confidence to engage academically with professors and advisors.
Students make strong social bonds and help the whole community thrive.
Students in these programs are:
more likely to actively participate in or start their own clubs
more comfortable working with their peers
more comfortable giving presentations in class
more likely to ask a teacher for help