Mentors & Tutors
Dr. Guia Calicdan-Apostle, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Delores Mozelle-Wright, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Our Peer Mentors
Jaime Bello, Communication Disorders
Brittany Beals, Alumni
Erin Cannon, Exercise Science
Francesca Caravano, Health Sciences
Puiman Chan, Business
Nicole Christensen, Economics
Paige Conti, Elementary Education
Kaitlyn Dermen, Mathematics
Alexandria Dobbin, Health Sciences
Michaela Giaquinto, Health Sciences
Marissa Hulmes, Psychology (concentration in Forensics)
Kieyanah Johnson, Social Work
Matthew Kancy, Computational Science
Wilhemina Kennedy, Biology
Taisa Livingston, Education
Sean McBride, Biology
Kerry Mundy, Environmental Science
Brooke Nolan, Biology
Gabrielle Ojeda, Psychology
Jenna Purviance, Psychology
Jillian Ranes, Health Sciences
Gary Rosenberg, Hospitality & Tourism Management
Amanda Schuler, Health Sciences
Chyenne Setneska, Studies in the Arts
Katelyn Smyth, Health Sciences
Rachel Statile, Sociology
Moira Sweeder, Sustainability
Aisha Tarannun, Health Sciences
Megan Thomson, Health Sciences
Lieren Tyira, Psychology
An Invitation to Become a CARE Peer Mentor
Help us help your fellow students succeed at Stockton. Become a Peer Mentor in the CARE Program. The CARE Program aims to help students navigate and maximize the benefits of various academic and student life resources available at Stockton. A CARE Peer Mentor is a sophomore, junior or senior student who provides guidance to a group of approximately 2-3 Stockton students in the CARE Program.
A mentor is expected to:
- Help students become familiar with Stockton's resources.
- Refer students to appropriate Stockton resources, if necessary.
- Provide support, guidance, and encouragement to CARE mentees.
- Maintain high level of confidentiality.
- Check in with mentees weekly. Communications through Facebook,Twitter, texting, face-to-face meeting, email and by phone are all acceptable.
- Meet 1:1 with mentee(s) each month to talk about goals for the semester.
- Record all student interactions on weekly online contact form.
CARE Peer Mentors must have the following qualifications:
- A cumulative GPA of 2.75 and good academic standing.
- Completed a minimum of 32 credits.
- Willingness and ability to commit to attending a required one-day training.
- Ability to relate to people from diverse backgrounds.
If you are interested in becoming a CARE Peer Mentor, please send a copy of your resume and a letter of recommendation to Tomas.Itaas@stockton.edu and complete an application form. Click here: Peer mentor form.
Join us as CARE Personal Mentor
Thank you for visiting our website. The CARE Program was developed in partnership with Stockton faculty, Office of Academic Advising, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, Counseling and Health Services, Career Center, Tutoring Center and the Educational Opportunity Fund Program. This program aims to help students navigate and maximize the benefits of various academic and student life resources available at Stockton. A major component of this program is individualized mentoring by Stockton faculty and staff, and we welcome the active participation and support of all members of our community.
We encourage Stockton faculty and staff to join the Program as CARE Personal Mentors. Please review the duties and responsibilities of a CARE Personal Mentor found below.
- Assist in the development of skills necessary for the mentee to succeed at Stockton.
- Monitor academic performance of the assigned mentee.
- Evaluate and document experiences of the assigned mentee using the Mentee Update form.
- Assist the assigned mentee in developing realistic career/academic goals and expectations.
- Provide leadership to enhance the mentee's adaptation and integration at Stockton.
- Ensure that assigned mentees are informed of Stockton's academic calendar.
- Ensure that assigned mentees are informed of Stockton's support services.
Meetings between mentors and mentees should be held at least once a month and weekly communications initiated by mentees are strongly encouraged. Weekly communications through Facebook, Twitter, texting, email or by phone are all acceptable.
Join the CARE Program now by completing an application form: click here.