Clipper Crew peer mentor program
The Clipper Crew is a peer mentor and outreach program where mentors reach out to welcome new students, and plan events and activities for the SPSCC community. The Clipper Crew helps maintain a positive and inclusive atmosphere in the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Center.
Why would you want a mentor?
With a mentor, you’ll have that extra ear and heart to hear out your fears and concerns as you journey through school, life, and beyond. Being involved with a mentor has significantly proven to deepen a student’s relationship with their college community, build social confidence and involvement, and strengthen academic success. You can expect a world of opportunities to learn more about yourself and others through a mentor program, due to a mentor's dedication and passion for engaging other students in meaningful conversations and cultural events.
A mentor can:
- Help you navigate your way through the college system and services.
- Expose you to communities and opportunities that help you get more involved.
- Introduce you to new ideas and skills to be a competent leader in the community.
- Share their experience and knowledge that helped them be successful as well as teach tips on how to rebound from setbacks.
- Encourage, motivate, and inspire you to not only survive but to thrive.
- Meet with you on or off campus on a regular basis, helping you to meet your educational or career goals.
- Help you feel supported and connected while working toward your goals.
Meet our mentors
Hello I am Isabelle LeClair, I have been on campus for a year but I have enjoyed every minute. I love being able to make people feel comfortable around me and find resources they need. Come to me if you want to talk we can talk about anything I will always be here and will help you in the best possible way! Love Isabelle.
Hola! My name is Francisco Noe Tamayo Jr., but you can call me Cisco. I am currently a student here at SPSCC and hope to transfer to a university. My hometown is Pullman and now in Lacey. My challenges in education is the very reason I decided to become a peer mentor, to share my lessons learned. I hope to join you in your great road to success.
My name is Savannah and I'm 19 years old studying to get my Pre-Nursing Degree here at SPSCC. I am very family oriented and I come from a military background. I'm very social and I love to be surrounded by positive people.