Mentors help with everyday studies
Do you ever get the feeling that peer support would be needed? Your first year of studies is already done and your own peer tutors, who helped you during your first year at JAMK, may be at practical training or already graduated. Where would you get peer guidance and experience-based help?
The answer is mentoring! Mentors are students who have been trained to work as peer supporters after the first study year. Mentors help their fellow students based on their own experiences and knowledge gained from the trainings. Mentors are former tutors and help other students to proceed with their studies and guide them with issues related to internship, thesis and graduation or everyday studies. Mentors also know JAMK’s guidance systems and are ready to help students to seek more help when mentors own knowledge isn’t enough.