Grad Start Mentorship Program

The GSA in collaboration with Martin Luther University College and the Faculty of Social Work are offering first-year students in the Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy and in-class Master of Social Work programs the opportunity to take part in Grad Start Peer Mentorship Program.

Grad Start matches you with trained and empathetic peer mentors for the 2019-2020 academic year to connect you to the campus community, answer questions, and support you through your transition into a “new program".

For more information or to be matched with a mentor please email jmcgonegal@wlugsa.ca


Ten Thousand Coffees

As a student, you also have the opportunity to join Laurier's, online connections platform through Ten Thousand Coffees. On this exclusive, Laurier Hub, all grad students throughout their academic journey will have the chance to connect with alumni and alumni can connect with others as well.

Sign up and get connected.

Why Join?

use it as an opportunity to become a Mentee

Benefits include,

  • Gain access to critical resources and advice quickly and easily

  • Gain valuable insight about life in graduate school

  • Expand your peer network

  • Learn from the experiences of other graduate students

as an alumni you'll have the chance to become a Mentor

Benefits include,

  • Enhance your communication and facilitation skills

  • Valuable leadership experience that can be included on a CV

  • Expand your peer network

  • Give back to the WLU community

The GSA in collaboration with Martin Luther University College and the Faculty of Social Work are offering first-year students in the Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy and in-class Master of Social Work programs the opportunity to take part in Grad Start Peer Mentorship Program.  Grad Start matches you with trained and empathetic peer mentors for the 2019-2020 academic year to connect you to the campus community, answer questions, and support you through your transition into a “new program".  For more information please e-mail jmcgonegal@wlugsa.ca  Funded through your support of the GSA Adademic Support Fee.