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Meet Your Mentors

Once you accept your offer, you will be assigned a mentor. Mentors are current uLethbridge students who have been in your shoes. They have had a great experience in Lethbridge and want to make sure you do too! They are here to guide, support and assist as you prepare to begin your studies. Not only will they assist you through email, but they will also be leaders and staff at the major events you attend (e.g., Ahead of the Herd and New Student Orientation).

Get to know your mentor today:

JENN:

Hey everyone! I’m Jenn! 

A few quick things about me: 

I am in my 3rd year as an English/Education major. I love reading, especially anything written by Louis L’Amour. I love, love, LOVE The Office (US) and can quote something from every episode.  I have had the awesome pleasure of being a mentor for the past 2 years and work with the absolute best team (especially my boss, she’s not superstitious but she’s a little stitious – unsolicited Office quote #1 for you). The last thing I will leave you with is that I really love dogs and the color purple, in that order.

AMNA:

Hi folks! My name is Amna and I am a fourth year Business Management student majoring in Accounting. I’m proud to say that I love my program, especially because I’m able to link what I learn to my daily life activities. I am also passionate about sketching, painting, music and movies. This is my first year as a mentor and I am very happy to be able to help you in your academic progress. I’ll be the first one to admit that being a university student is not an easy task, but with good organisation skills and without forgetting to keep time for your personal activities, anybody can get through it.

I love meeting new people so please don’t hesitate to come and talk with me. I look forward to seeing you soon!

Good luck and remember to have fun!!

 

SAM:

Hi everyone! My name is Sam and I am a third-year general science major, my streams are Chemistry, Physics, and Neuroscience. I hope to also complete my education degree and teach the elementary grades. Some fun facts about me: I have my lifeguard certification, I lifeguarded for 6 years. I have my childcare level 1, I have worked at daycares for also 6 years. I am a huge space fan and a dream of mine is to be an astronaut! I hope to see you around campus!

 

HUNTER:

Hello lovely people! My name is Hunter and I like to describe myself as undoubtably the funniest person I’ve ever met. I’m a first year Indigenous Studies major doing a minor in public health and am planning on pursuing graduate education in human sexuality and gender after finishing my undergrad! I’m the Education and Outreach Coordinator at our Campus Women’s Centre and absolutely love being involved in activism on campus. My hobbies include cross stitching, poetry, floral design and generally being obsessed with my dog. I live downtown with my partner and our weaponized house pig (rescue pit bull) and am currently exploring the culinary art of turning everything into a soup.

 

RACHEL:

Hi! My name is Rachel. I am in my second year working towards a Combined Degree of a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of Education. I am voice major, although I love to play multiple instruments as well! My dream job is to teach choir in high school. Fun facts about me: I have performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, my favorite colour is purple, I have sung in the National Honour Choir, and my favorite animal is a penguin! I am super excited to be a mentor this year!  If you see me around campus, don’t be afraid to say hi! 

SHAR:

Hello friends! I’m Shar and I am a fifth year Anthropology and Education student. When I am not camping on the quiet floor of the library, I am out running through the beautiful coulees, watching hockey, shredding sick riffs on my guitar, laughing at memes, or eating pizza. I have experience in touring people through underground tunnels and driving antique trains, so know that you are in good hands!

I am looking forward to seeing you around campus and helping guide you through your first year. Don’t be afraid to say hello if you see me!

AMANDA:

Hi guys! My name is Amanda. I am a third transfer Biological science student here at uLethbridge with a minor in Spanish. I did two years at the Kings University in Edmonton. I love to read (unless it’s a textbook) and listen to music. I am currently learning to play the guitar. My favourite colour is a weird purple-maroon-burgundy mash-up. I’m always excited to sleep and have no social media presence. I’m excited to chat with you guys.

ASHLEY

Hello!! My name is Ashley and I am in my third year here at the University of Lethbridge, taking a combined degree of Geography and Education. I love working with kids, drinking Starbucks coffee and wearing my Uggs no matter what season it is (#basic). Outside of school you can always find me spending time with my friends and family watching the best sport in the world: hockey!

COURTNEY:

Hi everyone! My name is Courtney and I am a fourth year Psychology major with a minor in Mental Health. I moved to Lethbridge from Calgary in 2016 to go to the University of Lethbridge and I’m so incredibly glad I did! I have had many great experiences and learned so much in my time here so far, and I am sure there is much more to come. I love watching TV, reading, and hanging out with those closest to me. I am also a huge animal lover and recently adopted the sweetest kitten!

I hope to see you on campus, feel free to come up to me and say hi if you see me around!

 

KENNEDY:

Hey everybody! My name is Kennedy and I am currently in my fourth year of a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a minor in History. Gotta love that sports history, am I right? That is my dream, to teach university students all things sports history.

I adore most things nerdy including Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, mythology, and the ever-growing Dungeons and Dragons. I also love hockey and even have a hockey tattoo, among many other tattoos. I have been known to get very emotional and attached to pretty much any animal I see, ever. I may have named a giraffe while I was on a safari… Anyways! If you see me around campus, give me a wave and don’t be afraid to say hey! 

 

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