Become a student mentor

Mentoring in the Young Achievers Program (YAP) is a wonderful opportunity for community-minded university students to work closely with secondary school students from low-income families. throughout Years 11 and 12, and as they transition from school to university.

Who are our mentors?

Our Mentors are undergraduate students currently enrolled at UQ from a variety of backgrounds, study areas and year levels.

What brings them together is a passion for helping others, making a difference, and a dedication to enhancing the Young Achievers Program at UQ.

Watch the video and read the brochure above for more information!

Why should I apply?

Are you passionate about helping others?

Are you interested in sharing your experiences about making the transition to university?

Do you want to assist secondary school students from diverse backgrounds achieve their future goals?

Do you want to develop your leadership communication and interpersonal skills and enhance your employability?

Do you want to build your University-wide networks?

Do you want to receive recognition from UQ for your commitment to these outstanding programs?

Do you want to use your program participation to contribute to the UQ Employability Award?

Am I eligible?

To be a Student Mentor, you must:

Have completed at least one semester at UQ (full time or equivalent)

Be enrolled in a UQ undergraduate program during the full time of your participation in the Program

Be at least 18 yrs old at the start of your participation in the Program

Be able to obtain a Blue Card

Talk to us

Eileen Pich

Coordinator, UQ Student Mentor Program
Phone: (07) 3346 0654