Peer mentorship is a valuable way to grow as a person and deepen your relationship with God. Mentoring relationships are based on the values of authenticity, accountability and encouragement. They are intended to support spiritual growth while also addressing the social, emotional, intellectual, physical, and vocational components of life.
Our mentorship programs generally pair a first or second year student with a third or fourth year student. Pairs typically meet once a month and seek to engage in a variety of activities together. We offer a variety of mentorship opportunities through men's and women's discipleship and nursing peer mentorship.
Peer mentorship supports students as they navigate life as university student, seeking to develop relationships and deepen their spiritual and personal lives.
For student mentors, this is the perfect opportunity to engage in leadership in the Trinity community through a low commitment but high impact program. Everyone's time and experiences are valuable, giving the gift of presence and vulnerability is a beautiful opportunity to lead and love in our community.
So what are you waiting for? Join our Peer 2 Peer Mentorship community today!
Why Become a Mentor?
- DEVELOP discipleship and relational skills
- GROW your sphere of influence
- ADVANCE your leadership skills
- SUPPORT another student in their journey
Who Can Be a Mentor?
- Any student may apply to be a mentor. Mentors typically are in 3rd year or above.
Why Become a Mentee?
- GROW relationally and spiritually
- LEARN to navigate university challenges
- DEVELOP your relationship with God and another
- EXPLORE student opportunities
Who Can Be a Mentee?
- TWU students of any discipline or major who are in their first or second year may apply to be a mentee. Mature students may request to be paired with a staff or alumni mentor.
Mentoring is sharing life's experiences and God's faithfulness.