Fall 2019 Peer Mentoring Sign-Up
The mission of the Iribe Initiative for Inclusion and Diversity in Computing’s Peer Mentoring program is to facilitate community building, support academic success, and provide professional development for all students in computing. The program will foster peer-to-peer connections within the Department of Computer Science as well as involvement in the larger University of Maryland community.

Peer Mentoring is open to all students interested in computing and attending the University of Maryland.

The Peer Mentoring Program includes:

- 1 on 1 mentor/mentee relationships
- Monthly mentoring meetings
- Technical workshops
- Resources on professional, social, and academic events

Join us on September 3rd (at 5pm) or September 4th (at 4pm) in IRB 1104 for an informational session.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email inclusion@cs.umd.edu.
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