Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

Learn more about Peer-to-Peer Mentoring!

DPS Peer-to-Peer Mentoring is a new program that allows students to actively help each other become college and career ready. Council Members will recruit upperclassman students (11th & 12th) to mentor a group of 2 younger mentee students. We believe this will create an atmosphere of students holding other students accountable for their work.

Freshmen and Sophomores - Connect with a Mentor

Are you coming into high school worried about fitting in or making friends?

Our peer-to-peer mentoring program will help you get settled into high school by partnering you with an upperclassman. The mentors are here to make sure you have a good high school experience as well as prepare you to be college or career ready. With the help of your mentor, you can have an easy transition to high school and eventually have a chance to become a upperclassman mentor yourself.

Sign up today or talk with a Council Members at your school for more information.

Juniors and Seniors – Be A Role Model In Your School

This is a great opportunity to make an impact on younger students at your school. In this program, you will meet with your mentee once a week during lunch or after school. This is your chance to talk with them and build a friendship. Share stories about you high school experiences – these are great learning experiences for younger students. Sign up today.

Talk with a Council Members at your school for more information and to figure out activities and structure for your mentoring plan. All mentor students have a chance of becoming council members for the next year.

The DPS Council members will do everything in their power to maintain a culture where it is safe to ask for help from someone not your grade.

 

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