Speciality Mentoring Programs
Autism and Related Conditions Mentoring (CSMP)
The Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP) is a specialised peer support mentoring program specifically designed for Curtin students on the Autism Spectrum and related conditions.
Disability Mentoring Program (CDMP)
The Curtin Disability Mentor Program provides specialised peer mentoring support for Curtin students who have a disability, medical, learning or mental health condition.
CHAtS (Conversational Help and Support)
The CHAtS program aims to help international students develop and maintain their conversational English skills through fun activities.
CGSB Academic Mentoring Program (AMP)
The AMP Program at the Curtin Graduate School of Business (CGSB) supports new students in their transition to study at CGSB by linking them to a recent graduate ‘buddy’.
Guild Postgraduate Mentoring Program
The Postgraduate Mentor Program provides all new postgraduate students with access to a student mentor enrolled in the same course.
FIRST STEP: Industry Guidance Program
The FIRST STEP: Industry Guidance Program provides a ‘Q&A’ platform for all current Curtin students and recent graduates wishing to ask career-related queries to industry professionals.
NEXT STEP: Industry Mentoring Program
The NEXT STEP: Industry Mentoring Program prepares students in their penultimate or final year of study for their transition to graduate employment by matching them with an industry mentor.
Mentoring in the Community
Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME)
Current Curtin students mentor Indigenous high school students, giving them the skills, opportunities, belief and confidence to grow and success, through the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience.
Science and Engineering Outreach Mentors
Current Curtin students work with high school students in Curtin Outreach programs such as circuit building sessions, robotics competitions and the First Lego League.
AHEAD’s Academic Mentor Program
Curtin AHEAD’s Academic Mentor program supplies public secondary and primary schools, and community organisations, with skilled pre-service educators and mentors who have a passion for working with students from disadvantaged backgrounds.