Peer Mentors

Peer Mentors are trained paraprofessionals who gain knowledge and experience with regard to college resources, services, processes and procedures. Connect with them for help with almost anything!

Peer Mentors serve as positive role models and help students like you navigate Lane and connect with available resources. In addition, peer mentors assist with creating and hosting campus-wide events; help new and returning students navigate Lane's policies and procedures; provide career research and career development activities around Lane's eight career communities; identify resources to help students achieve their educational and career goals.

2019 Peer Mentors

Interested in becoming a peer mentor?

To apply to become a Peer Mentor visit Lane Job Connection online student employment for Federal Work Study or Learn & Earn on campus web links. On line applications are now being accepted for academic year Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring 2020-2021 academic year. For more information contact Tammy Walters,, building 1 room 103, (541) 463-5296.

Requirements for being a Peer Mentor

  • Must have completed at least 6 credits at Lane by the time of application
  • Be enrolled in at least 6 credits of classes for Fall, Winter, and Spring terms
  • Be in good academic standing with at least 2.50 cumulative GPA
  • commit to participating in working between 9-12 hours a week
  • Commit to attending the mandatory paid weekly training session held each Wednesday, 3:30 pm -4:50 pm each term
  • Commit to attending 2 (two) day paid training Wednesday,  September 16th and Thursday, September 17th 9 am to 4 pm location TBD lunch will be provided.
  • Preferred participation in Oregon Promise, TRiO program, attended a College Success class or related coursework
  • Must Enjoy working with people and being part of a team

Learning outcomes for being a Peer Mentor

  • Acquire communication and interpersonal skills
  • Learn leadership development practices
  • Learn career development strategies
  • Develop team building interpersonal dynamics
  • Learn to foster interdependence, collaboration, and conflict management
  • Enhance the ability to serve as a peer mentor and positive role model
  • Develop knowledge of college and community resources to link students with appropriate referrals