Master of Public Health Students: Request for MPH student volunteers: course planning for new students and informal mentor program

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Welcome back for 2014. We hope you have had an enjoyable and restful break.

Our school is seeking some MPH student volunteers to help welcome new students who will begin the MPH in Semester 1, 2015. If you could spare a few hours to help with either of the following, please email Johanna (mithenj@unimelb.edu.au )

1. Attend course planning session(s) for new students

Your role would be to chat informally with new students about the subjects that you have taken. Please email me if you could attend either of the following sessions. (Please indicate which session or sessions you are able to attend.)

Course planning for new local students (Surnames A – K: 10am – 12 noon, Wednesday 19th February, Lecture Theatre 2, Basement level, 207 Bouverie Street) Student volunteers needed from 10.40am.

Course planning for new local students (Surnames L – Z: 2pm – 4pm, Wednesday 19th February, Lecture Theatre 2, Basement level, 207 Bouverie Street) Student volunteers needed from 2.40pm.

Course planning for new international students (Surnames A – K: 10am12 noon, Tuesday 25th February  Room 410 then move to the Hub at 10.30am, level 4, 207 Bouverie Street) Student volunteers needed from 10.40am.

Course planning for new international students (Surnames L – Z: 2pm4pm, Tuesday 25th February  Room 410 then move to the Hub at 2.30pm, level 4, 207 Bouverie Street) Student volunteers needed from 2.40pm.

 

2. Informal student mentor program

The school is looking for some current students to act as informal mentors for new international students who are new to Melbourne and will begin the MPH in 2015.

Informal mentoring activities could include: showing a new student around the campus, attending the first day of classes together, chatting about subjects, providing some local knowledge, introducing the new student to other students, and providing a friendly face. If you have a few hours to spare around the beginning of semester, and would like to be a student mentor, please email Johanna (mithenj@unimelb.edu.au ).

Thank you very much for any assistance you may be able to offer.

 

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