Mentoring

Mentoring is a great way for you to connect and grow, whether you’re being mentored by other people, or you’re a mentor for other students. Read on for options to get a mentor or become a mentor.


Get a mentor

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  • New to Curtin mentoring
    If you’re a new undergraduate student, the New to Curtin Mentor Program links you with an experienced student who can help you navigate university life.
  • Autism and related conditions mentoring
    If you have autism or a related condition, the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP) can link you with someone to help you navigate uni, plus give you access to a weekly social group.
  • OUA Students
    The New to Curtin Mentor Program is currently only available to Undergraduate and UniReady students enrolled at Curtin’s Perth and Kalgoorlie campuses. Unfortunately, the program is not available to students studying online through Open Universities Australia at this time.
  • Peer academic mentoring
    Peer Academic Mentors are available to Curtin students across all faculties and campuses from Monday to Friday at various times for a 20-minute drop-in session – no appointment necessary!

Become a mentor

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  • New to Curtin mentoring
    If you’ve completed two semesters at Curtin, you can help new students navigate their first semester at Curtin.
  • Autism and related conditions mentoring
    If you’re a strong-performing postgraduate or final year undergraduate student, you can help students with autism or a related condition navigate university and succeed through the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP).
  • Literacy mentoring for primary school students
    If you’re an effective communicator, you can help primary school students improve their literacy skills through the AHEAD literacy mentoring program.