Office of Student Life begins mentoring program
Baldwin City, Kan. — Baker University’s Office of Student Life has launched a new program, funded through AmeriCorps Kansas and Kansas Campus Compact, for 2011-12.
Serve 2 Succeed is a mentoring program that will match sophomore, junior or senior peer mentors with first-year students focusing on retention, community engagement and volunteer services.
The 10 mentors for the upcoming year are Lauren Amrein, junior political science major, Topeka; Parker Johnson, sophomore psychology major, McPherson; Denesha Jones, sophomore pre-nursing major, St. Louis; Justin Lane, junior accounting and business major, Gardner; Chloe Mercer, junior sociology major; Lawrence; Teresa Morse, sophomore sociology major, Gardner; Paige Queen, sophomore business and public relations major, Paola; Salyna Webber, junior business and marketing major, Wichita; Frank Whittier, junior math and physics major, Topeka; and Nick Williams, junior mass media major, Atlanta.
Baker University is committed to assuring student learning, and developing confident, competent and responsible contributors to society.