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Shina Kaur

SFU Co-op Student
Arts + Social Sciences
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Shina is the Engagement Programming Assistant for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Shina is responsible for running the Peer Connections Mentorship Program along with a host of other events for FASS.

I can break down the role into 3 different parts, empowerment, transition and communication. Empowerment involves the Peer Connections Mentorship Program and the 56 mentors that are a part of the program. Transition is about their mentees better known as the incoming first year students at SFU. Communication encompasses everything else!

  • Shina Kaur Dec 5, 2018
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