Wildcat Advantage

High Impact Educational Experiences (HIEEs)

HIEEs promote knowledge and skill development that is highly sought by employers and graduate programs.

Mentoring HIEE's

Participation in mentoring at Weber State is a HIEE and will help you along your path in the Wildcat Advantage Program. You can have the support of a mentor and/or be a mentor yourself. In either case, you’ll build relationships, learn with your peers and invest time in your academic and personal development.

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Be a Mentor

Whether you work as a mentor, or volunteer to mentor your peers, the time you spend engaged in this role provides many benefits for you now and in the future. Learn about the programs where you can apply to be a mentor.

Find a Mentoring Job
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Increase your interpersonal and communication skills while helping other students learn the material you are trained in.

Find a Tutoring Job
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Volunteering to mentor elementary students is a meaningful community engagement experience. Complete service hours, build relationships with your peers and make a difference in your local community.

Volunteer With Elementoring
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Mentoring Internship

Whether you need it for class or want to build up your resume, the Peer Mentor Program in Access & Diversity has several internship project opportunities you can work on.

Apply for Mentoring Internship


Not sure which HIEE is best for you? Reach out to Olga Antonio at olgaantonio@weber.edu or 801-626-7332 to discuss the programs and your needs.

Record your Experience



Contact: Olga Antonio | olgaantonio@weber.edu | 801-626-7332 | Student Services 174