Who Are Peer Mentors?
- Upperclassmen students who take a leadership role in guiding first year students.
- Strong proponents in their major and are very active members in the NJIT community.
- Experienced team builders that aid students in study and time management skills.
- The link connecting students with tutoring and counseling.
Two Peer mentors are typically assigned to about 25 students in a learning community and engage with students online, in select classes, and other social activities. A peer mentor is an important voice of experience and point of contact for communicating questions or concerns.
Newark College of Engineering
Engineering Science Cohort
Betty Benony / Kevin Passalacqua / Justin Pinca / Brianna Bohn / William Lau / Aswina Ranasinghe
Akarsh Teki / Samantha Vertucci
Tiffany Asham / Mateusz Zaranski / Candice Leung / Kevin LaForteza
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Faran Ali / Susana Freire / Joseph Ballardo / Jenny George / Maykela Cabalar / Jose Belen
Stephen Fernandez / Irene Moussa
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Mike Filippidis / Zack Dennis / Ali Syed / Ivan Calvachi / Oluwakorede Otetubi / Erick McNamara
Natalia E Bismarck-Sand / Christine Kurian / Raeesa Soomar / Subhashini Chandrasekaran
College of Science & Liberal Arts
College of Science & Liberal Arts Undecided
Nevin Mathew / Patrycja Puzio
Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Ancy Thomas / Alisha Matreja
School of Management Business and International Business
Cynthia Ahmed / Daniel Qureshi / Naina Kamath / Yustina Zahkary
College of Architecture and Design
Anuoluwapo Akeredolu / Ryan Cusack / John Ferns / Jeffery Thomas / Stephanie Tran / Brian O'Dowd /Frank DeBlasio / Henry Drago / Gabriel Deguzman
Becoming a Peer Mentor
Are you interested in becoming a Peer Mentor? Read and fill out the application forms and contracts below for
For further queries contact Dr. Ashish at 973-596-3466 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org