Applications for Non-Residential Colleges Mentors are Open!

Non-residential colleges give students living off-campus with the sense of community and subsequent benefits provided to student’s living on-campus. A critical part of how non-residential colleges to provide this community is through college advisors.

You can become a non-residential college advisor and fulfil this role! The voluntary, one year role assigns you 15 college members to mentor helping to encourage members to take part in college life, outside of academics.

College mentors are given training in Mental Health First Aid and SafeTalk, get the opportunity to work closely with like-minded people supporting student’s needs as well as the chance to network with senior academic staff.

Mentors will be involved in college community through assisting and attending events, contact with members and participate in the relevant training and development opportunities afforded to them.

Interested students performing well academically who can commit to the full 12 months of the program, and have completed 24 points of credit from your Monash degree are encouraged to apply.

For more information and to apply, follow this link.

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Science Student Quicklinks

 

Here are some important links that you will need throughout the course of your journey as a Science Undergrad.

Monash Science Undergraduate Degree Resources:

Networking & News:

  • Monash Science LinkedIn can connect you with Alumni, Academics, other Staff and Students. You will need to create a LinkedIn profile to view all of these connections.
  • Monash Science Facebook page keeps you up to date with current Monash Science related News, Events, Study & Job opportunities.
  • Monash SSLL Vollie Facebook page hosts study groups for students across the year levels.

Job & Internship Opportunities:

  • List of Science career options based on the School of Sciences.
  • Career Gateway – Monash student portal that allows you to search for volunteering positions, part-time, casual & full-time jobs in any area (from being an umpire for children’s sports to being a maths tutor).
  • Professional bodies in your areas of interest also run events, so check out Career Connect for the possible events they host. Career Connect also will check your application; all you have to do is register on Career Gateway for one of their many workshops or 1-on-1 sessions.

Graduate Opportunities:

 

Current events and updates are made on our Careers tab, start your journey to success now!

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First years: Join us in the Science Peer Mentoring Program!

Are you a first year Science student and wanting to:

✅ make new friends and other like-minded people in a social setting;

✅ learn tips and tricks from senior Science students: everything from how to survive first year, where the best coffee on campus is, to support for any other aspects of the Monash student life;

✅ enjoy fun, and free food for the first six weeks of Semester 1?

Then join the Science Peer Mentoring Program! This is the 6th year of the program and we’ve had hundreds of students join us for 6-weeks of fun in a supportive environment.

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Jenny’s experience: Access Monash Mentoring Program

Do you enjoy aspiring high school students to achieve their dreams?

Written by Jenny Truong.

Hi! I am Jenny. I’m a 3rd year science and commerce student and I have been an Access Monash Mentor for the past 2 years.

I became an Access Monash Mentor (AMM) because I wanted to share my knowledge about high school and Monash with students from under-represented communities to help them find their passion. With Access Monash, we get the opportunity to work one-on-one with Year 11 and 12 students at schools in the Dandenong, Frankston, Berwick, Mornington and Gippsland areas, where not many students end up going to university. Many of these students are the first students in their family to even consider going to university, so it feels quite rewarding to aspire them to go on to higher education after finishing high school.

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