Griffith leads the way with peer programs for students

Student success
Griffith University’s peer-to-peer programs such as mentoringandstudent leadership enhance student support, engagement and achievement. At the recentSTARS(Students, Transition, Achievement, Retention, Success)Conference, Griffith psychology student Sam Flowers saw how the University compared with others in the peer program space. “I was quite inspired to see the sector-wide contributions to improving the student experience,”Samsays. “Griffith also really […]

Student mentors reap benefits while making a positive difference

Inside Griffith
Griffith University’s Mentoring and Orientation Hub are calling forstudent mentorsfor Trimester 2, providing a top opportunity for current students todevelop a range ofpositive graduate attributes. Mentoring and Orientation Hub Manager Nathan Seng says the benefits of becoming a student mentor are fruitful and two-fold. “Student mentorscan develop their leadership skills and experience to boost their […]

Griffith’s Industry Mentoring Program celebrates another successful year

Griffith University celebrated the 24th year of its award-winning Industry Mentoring Program holding gala events at the Brisbane Convention Centre and The Island Bar, Gold Coast. Organized by program manager Nicole Graham and the Careers and Employment Team, the events brought together a group of motivated individuals including industry professionals, students, graduates and key employability […]

Making the transition to University life easier

Zach Quince
School of Engineering and Built Environment
Second year electronic and biomedical engineering student, Zach Quince has launched the Griffith Engineering Peer Mentoring Program at the Gold Coast Campus. “I started the peer mentoring program to give first year students a helping hand and to make the transition between school and or the workforce and into university as easy as possible. Students […]