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Sister-2-Sister/Brother-2-Brother Program


The Sister-2-Sister and Brother-2-Brother programs (launched in the fall of 2008) have been organized to address institutional concerns regarding the academic success rates of Latin and African-American students, as well as to respond to requests by students, to have more formalized opportunities for this type of programming. Our mission is to provide additional support, mentoring, and encouragement to students, as they work towards their academic and professional goals. Sister-2-Sister and Brother-2-Brother is committed to the personal, academic, social and cultural development of each member by:

  • Equipping them with the necessary tools and resources to pursue, achieve and maintain academic excellence
  • Encouraging them to cultivate positive peer and adult relationships
  • Helping them engage in their learning process
  • Promoting student leadership and service to the community

Mentor/Mentee Expectation and Commitment

As a new mentor and or mentee you are about to enter into a rewarding experience. This mentoring relationship will bring many exciting opportunities, skills, and knowledge for both, mentor and mentee.Mentors and Mentees are expected to:

  • Commit to the mentor/mentee relationship for a minimum of one academic year;
  • Meet with your mentor/mentee regularly (includes: face to face, phone, and e-mail contact) as determined by goals mutually set at the first meeting;
  • Act in a positive and appropriate manner, and demonstrate respect and consideration;
  • Take the opportunity to learn from your mentor/mentee, just as they will learn from you;
  • Value diversity and be sensitive to the uniqueness of each individual or situation;
  • (Mentors)-Accept that you do not have all the answers, and refer mentee to the appropriate resources (Mentees)-Accept that you do not know all of the answers and be willing to listen, learn and accept feedback;
  • Listen without judging;
  • Be honest.

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