Peer Mentorship

Peer mentorship is a valuable way to grow as a person and deepen your relationship with God. Mentoring relationships are based on the values of authenticity, accountability, and encouragement. They are intended to support spiritual growth while also addressing the social, emotional, intellectual, physical, and vocational components of life.

Our mentorship programs pair a first- or second-year student with a third- or fourth-year student. We also offer mentorship for third- or fourth-year students with TWU alumni. Pairs typically meet every other week and seek to engage in a variety of activities together.

Join a mentorship program, get connected to a mentor, or serve as a mentor.

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For further assistance or information regarding the Mentorship program, please contact: 

Associate Chaplain: Discipleship and Pastoral Care | Student Ministries

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