Indigenous Peer Mentoring Program
The Indigenous Peer Mentoring Program is a new partnership between Indigenous Services and the Fourth R Program part of the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH). The program pairs incoming Indigenous students with senior Indigenous students as a way to increase engagement, facilitate transition and support. The program provides space, resources, and programming for Indigenous students to gather on a monthly basis to discuss a broad range of issues relevant to Indigenous undergraduate student experiences. This program also includes engagement with community leaders and elders.