Event Date/Time: Jun 15, 2010 End Date/Time: Jun 17, 2010
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Description

Institutions that incorporate peer mentorship and involvement into transition programs, academic support programs, and co-curricular programs are able to reduce costs while simultaneously increasing retention, smoothing student transitions, and creating connections to the institution for new students. Additionally, tremendous learning and development takes place for the mentors and protégés who participate in these types of activities.

Join Academic Impressions for a two-day conference to:

* Hear best practices for structuring and implementing your peer mentor program, and for creating an effective training model
* Learn how to make decisions regarding how you will develop or improve your peer mentor program to achieve desired results
* Create assessment tools that identify if your program is effective and where changes may need to be made

Professionals who work with peer mentors and/or are attempting to start a peer mentor program on their campus will benefit from this conference.

Venue

1300 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
Minnesota
United States
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