Each Summer Bridge student will be assigned a mentor for the first year of their college education.  Mentors will seek to ensure students feel welcomed and included in the North Shore Community College community.  Mentees will be partnered with a mentor to form a relationship with that will make their first year of college successful, both academically and socially.

The components of the Mentor Program will ensure a strong transition to college and will strive to empower students as engaged learners and members of their communities. The free program will focus on the following areas: 

  • Getting to graduation successfully
  • What it means to be a minority male in college
  • Learning & classroom skills
  • Mentor relationships that support a healthy transition to college, foster academic success and personal growth.
  • Civic learning and democratic engagement to develop resumes and enhance student learning experience
  • Creating a sense of belonging and purpose
  • Establishing and maintaining a growth mindset
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Mentor Role Description

The mentor role requires enthusiasm about assisting first-year students in their transition to college.  Mentors will seek to ensure students feel welcomed and included in the NSCC community.  Mentees will be partnered with a mentor to form a relationship that will make their first year of college successful, both academically and socially.

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