Project AIM: International Student Peer Mentoring Program
Project AIM provides comprehensive support for first- year international student success in areas including college transition, cultural assimilation, academic excellence, and career development through a social and intellectual learning environment outside of the classroom.
Project AIM program services include:
One-to-One Interaction with Mentors
Throughout the entire academic year, peer mentors offer consistent academic, social, cultural, and personal support through phone calls, e-mails, and personal meetings.
Personal Assistance with English-Speaking Skills
Mentees will have opportunities to practice speaking english and expand their social network in a supportive environment.
Academic Success and Career Development
Mentees receive individual coaching and support from peer mentors on academic success and career preparation utilizing campus resources.
Vincentian-Driven Community Service
Mentees and peer mentors conduct community service projects as a group to experience the Vincentian tradition of serving the poor and giving back to the community.
Mentees and peer mentors are encouraged to attend a variety of on and off-campus activities celebrating the cultural diversity of our students and our nation. Activities include Multicultural Affairs cross-cultural events, St. John’s leadership workshops, trips to New York City for Broadway shows, museums, and more!
Join Project AIM!
Project AIM is searching for a new Student Coordinator! The Project AIM Student Coordinator assists the Assistant Director in the coordination of the Project AIM peer mentoring program. To be considered for this opportunity, please send an email with a cover letter and resume to Jasmin Hinnant, the Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs, at [email protected] with "Project AIM Student Coordinator" in the subject line.
Interested in becoming a Project AIM Mentee? Please complete the Project AIM Mentee Registration Form (Word) and submit it to Jasmin Hinnant at [email protected] or drop by her office in the D'Angelo Center, room 124B.