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Cultivating Connection: Successful Relationship Building Strategies for Peer Mentors Public Deposited

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  • While it can be said that peer mentor-mentee relationships in college can lead to meaningful connections and interpersonal support, there is a lack of literature about how exactly mentor-relationship connections are made. This study examines the relationship building strategies that peer mentors used to connect with their mentees in the Faculty Student Mentor Program at Oregon State University. The purpose of this thesis is to add to the mentoring narrative and create a “mentoring guidebook” of relationship-building strategies for peer mentors to use to connect with mentees. The research from this study will help peer mentoring programs succeed by offering suggestions on how to intentionally cultivate connections.
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  • Eng, K. 2019. "Cultivating Connection: Relationship Building Strategies for Peer Mentors". Oregon State University.
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