Mentors

Sarah Amavisca

Brandon Bauer

John

Rayetta Benson

Madison Blaine

Madelyn Burke

John

Allison Campbell

Verenice Castillo

Connor Clanton

John

McKenzie Collins

Stephany Corona

Sawyer Davis

John

Alex Fischer

Brady Glover

Ellie Hayes

John

Andy Trejo Hernandez

Jenny Jimenez

Maria Kamar

John

Chris Lantz

Amy Li

Jada Loro

John

Rachael Lux

Isabella Martello

Amanda Melcher

John

Allissa Meyer

Hayley Moulton

Laura Nelms

John

Christian Newth

Krystin Oborny

Victor Ortiz-Morales

Kate Osbon

Sidney Parks

Krisha Regmi

John

Vanessa Reiser

Daulten Sadd

Jordan Schaefer

John

Ryan Schilling

Josh Schmidt

Erica Schufeldt

John

Emilee Shaw

Jo Stallworth

Hope Svoboda

John

Elianet Tamayo

Trang Vuong

Megan Wemhoff

John

Olena Yarmolyuk

Ariel Zach

2018-2019 Peer Mentor Application

All First Year W. H. Thompson Scholars will have a mentor, a second-year or upper-class W. H. Thompson Scholar who knows first-hand what it’s like to be new to UNL and who can help them find the campus resources and opportunities they need to be successful on campus. Mentors are available to answer questions and help students participate in a number of group and community events.  Their primary responsibility is to assist new students with their academic, social, and personal transition to UNL. Each mentor-mentee group has 6-8 scholars, including one mentor. The groups meet for activities, and the mentor meets with each group member individually once a month.   W. H. Thompson mentors are tasked with representing and promoting the W. H. Thompson mission and values both on and off campus. Mentor groups work together to help each other make a smooth transition from high school to college and to help students become integrated in W.H. Thompson Scholars and UNL community.