The CFS Peer Mentors are first generation themselves. They will work closely with you to build community, provide resources and opportunities, and guide you as you navigate the College.
In collaboration with TRIO Student Support Services, you will have the opportunity to participate in events to meet other first generation students and engage in social events.
Connect with faculty, staff, alumni and other students by participating in programs and networking spaces offered by the Taylor Center of Equity and Inclusion and its campus partners.
Programming tailored to the specific needs of first-generation, first-year students offered by the Center for Academic and Academic Support (CAAS).
Meaningful workshops on setting your future goals for career and experiential learning to maximize your future you! including creating a resume, how to maximize your first year at St. Olaf.
Are you interested on becoming a Connect for Success Scholars Peer Mentor for next academic year? contact Damian Waite (waite1) to learn more about the program.
Campus Resources and Opportunities
Useful external links:
Damian Waite, email@example.com, 507-786-3487 for more information on the program.