Aseto’ne Networking Project: Mentoring

Aseto’ne Networking Project: Mentoring

Mentoring is provided for all TCU students that are interested in health research, including connecting researchers to TCU students.

TCU Faculty and Professional Mentors: The Aseto’ne Mentoring program is seeking mentors involved in health and biomedical fields to share their experiences and offer educational and career development encouragement, counsel, and insight to students. After completing the application, you will be matched with a student and meet with them on a regularly bases to guide and support their journey.

Mentees: The Aseto’ne Mentoring program works like having an elder on call for all kinds of advice. After filling out the application information, you will be matched with two different types of mentors, a faculty or Native professional mentor and a peer mentor. They will both connect with you through email, phone, and/or videoconferencing depending on your agreed upon preferences. Your mentor and peer mentor are your resource for academic, self-development, and career advice. They will be your cheerleaders, a guide, and a resource. Everyone needs a mentor. Your Aseto’ne mentor is waiting for you!

Peer Mentors: The Aseto’ne Mentoring program is seeking peer and near-peer mentors to play an essential role in supporting students through their educational endeavors. After completing the application, you will be matched with a student and meet with them on a regularly bases to guide and support their journey. Peer mentors need to have an interest or experience in biomedical and behavioral health research and be able to meet regularly with their assigned mentee(s).

Be a TCU Faculty or Professional Mentor to TCU and non-TCU students interested in biomedical and behavioral health majors and careers.

Be a Mentee and received personalized mentoring through college to career.  

Be a Peer Mentor to TCU and non-TCU students interested in biomedical and behavioral health majors and careers.

Sign up for NRMN mentoring from research faculty across the nation.

Mentors and Peer Mentors, please send a short biography and your headshots to:

Aseto’ne Networking Project: Mentoring Activities

Peer Mentor Presentation Topics:

  • (List of the monthly discussion topics to be provided)

Questions or need more resources? Go here:

For additional information please contact one of the following staff members:

Reno Charette, rcharette@aihec.org, Aseto’ne Networking Program Manager

Maggie Grandon, Aseto’ne Networking Program Coordinator, mgrandon@aihec.org

Lisa Vandever, Peer Mentoring Coordinator lvandever@aihec.org

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