COVID-19 Updates: Fall Semester

AFC Peer Mentorship Program

The AFC Peer Mentorship Program is open to to First-Gen Students, Students of Color, and Queer and Trans Students. The purpose is to connect first-year and sophomore students with juniors and seniors for individualized support based on shared identities that are important to them. Students have complete ownership as to what they want their mentorship experience to look like, whether it means providing academic, social, or community support - or all of the above.

All peer mentors participate in a comprehensive training to allow them to reflect on their own identities and experiences, as well as equip them with resources to help their mentees thrive academically, socially, and professionally.

In addition to regular check-ins with mentors and mentees, we also host group events for the mentorship program.


How do I get involved?

Become a Peer Mentor!

As a mentor, you will provide guidance, friendship, and insight on navigating Middlebury College as an underrepresented student. You will meet new people, develop leadership skills, and get to participate in fun events on and around campus. If you would like to become a mentor, please submit an application by visiting go/afcmentor.

Become a Mentee!

As a mentee, you will develop a close relationship with your mentor and learn about different resources available to you on campus. You will also participate in fun events that will help you get to know Middlebury and the surrounding areas. If you are interested in becoming a mentee, please submit an application by visiting go/afcmentee.