Mosaics Mentoring

A peer mentoring program under the Office of Multicultural Affairs for students who are: of color, multiracial, bi-racial, or multicultural.

The first year at Willamette can be treacherous, harrowing, and home-sickening, especially for multicultural students. Mosaics Peer Mentoring Program offers first year students the opportunity to connect and engage with a mentor who is an older Willamette student. By pairing younger students up with a student who has been through it all before, we hope to give students a support network and community.

We want to do whatever we can to make people feel less alone and more like they've got a family here at WU. Through retreats, conferences, on campus events, and the friendships we build with each other in small student families and one-on-one mentoring meetings we hope to make Willamette begin to feel like home. Mosaics builds a greater sense of community among Willamette’s multicultural student population by allowing them the opportunity to connect with others as academic peers, fellow club members, and, above all, friends.

 

Interested in Joining Mosaics?

Contact the program co-coordinators to find out more information about getting involved! Or visit the Student Center for Equity and Empowerment in the Renjen Center

Contact Information:

Jam Rorsoongnern

erbryan@willamette.edu

Abdul Ali

anali@willamette.edu

Willamette University

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Address
Renjen Center - York Hall
Willamette University
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
Phone
503-370-6265

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