Who Are Peer Mentors?
- Sophomore or junior level students who take a leadership role in guiding first-time students.
- Strong proponents in their major and are very active members in the NJIT community.
- Experienced team builders that aid students in study and time management skills.
- The link connecting students with tutoring and counseling.
Peer mentors are typically assigned to about 12 students in a learning community and engage with students online, in select classes, and other group activities. A peer mentor is an important voice of experience and point of contact for communicating questions or concerns.
Newark College of Engineering
Carlos Morales (ECE) Adit Patel (ChemE) Shawn Dowd (CE) Mishal Shahab (CE)
Anthony Calvano / James Farkas / Stephanie Santrich
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Faran Ali / Joseph Ballardo / Jose Belen / Folawiyo Campbell / Wilbur Vale / Joseph Waldinger
Irene Moussa / Joanna Ordner / Stephen Fernandez
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Nora Ahmed / Peter Farruggia / Blace Jacobus / Kimberly Lam / Oluwakorede "Kode" Otetubi / Aditi Surma
Joel Sanchez / Sean Lerch
William Lau/Christine Kurian/Sana Nasim/Subhashini Chandrasekaran
College of Science & Liberal Arts
Biology, Chemistry, Physics
School of Management Business and International Business
Becoming a Peer Mentor
Are you interested in becoming a Peer Mentor? Read and fill out the application forms and contracts below for
For further queries contact Dr. Ashish at 973-596-3466 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org