COM Mentor Program
The COM Mentor Program is a partnership between College of the Mainland faculty and staff and students. As students begin their journey in higher education, faculty and staff will be available to provide direction, leadership and knowledge. The program is designed to help students stay the course and reach their goals whether transferring to a university, graduation or entering the workforce.
- The COM Mentor Program will establish a network of faculty and staff who volunteer to support and guide students through the college experience.
- The COM Mentor Program will foster mentoring relationships that support students’ journey towards self-reliance, successful graduation, and transfer to a four-year institution or job placement.
- The COM Mentor Program will challenge students to work through personal and academic challenges, and build self-esteem and confidence through the pursuit of higher education.
The COM Mentor Program intends to help COM students feel supported by college personnel, comfortable and safe in a welcoming learning environment, and challenged and rewarded by successfully navigating the college process. The program will support their acquisition of knowledge and journey toward becoming lifelong learners.
If interested, please call 409-933-8534.