G3 is excited to announce that Spring mentor and mentee applications are open for UW graduate and professional students!
Grads Guiding Grads (G3) – A Volunteer-Driven Peer Mentoring Network
UW Bothell, Seattle & Tacoma
**Depending on mentor availability, in-person, skype or both types of appointments are available**
**Incoming mentors are required to participate in a program orientation session in April 2016**
Interested in being a peer mentor to a fellow graduate or professional student? Need a peer who can provide an empathic ear to your interpersonal, intellectual, and professional experiences? Grads Guiding Grads (G3) aims to fulfill the need for non-crisis, non-academic mentoring in the graduate and professional student community. Mentors volunteer their time to provide a sympathetic, objective ear to fellow peers. G3 strives to be inclusive and welcoming to all communities represented in the diverse UW graduate student body. The program matches students across disciplines and communities, and provides an opportunity to get advice from a fresh perspective.
Participation in G3 is confidential. This program is not a clinical intervention, nor is it a replacement for the services of mental health professionals. G3 is supported by the Graduate and Professional Student Senate, in consultation with the Graduate School and Counseling Center.
Apply to be a mentor here: http://depts.washington.edu/gpss/content/become-mentor
Request mentoring services: http://depts.washington.edu/gpss/content/get-mentor
Questions? Please contact Bryan Namba at firstname.lastname@example.org.