LOTUS Peer Mentoring Program Info Session
LOTUS (Leading Others to Thriving and Universal Success)
LOTUS (Leading Others to Thriving and Universal Success) Peer Mentoring Program is an identity-based peer mentoring program targeted at supporting undergraduate Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American (APIDA) students at UMBC. Focusing on academic, social, and cultural development. With a primary goal of building cultural confidence through peer-to-peer connections. Students will increase their sense of belonging, build community connections, and have a deeper understanding of their racial and ethnic identity.
Housed in The Mosaic: Center for Cultural Diversity, LOTUS, primary focus is to promote the overall well-being of all students involved in the program as well as their successful acclimation to and persistence at UMBC. Mentors in LOTUS will have the opportunity to be internationally-certified by the College Reading and Learning Association.
Come learn more about LOTUS and our mentor application process during our information session!
Info Session: Monday, February 19, 2024
12pm - 1pm in The Commons, 2B23
Mentor applications open on Monday, February 19, 2024. Learn more about the mentor application by going to The Mosaic's linktree.
If you have any questions, please email Angelina R. Jenkins, Assistant Director with Initiatives for Identity, Inclusions, & Belonging (i3b) for The Mosaic: Center for Cultural Diversity at email@example.com.
*LOTUS Peer Mentoring Program is funded through UMBC’s Hrabowski Fund for Innovation SEED Grant awarded to Angelina R. Jenkins*