Mentor a Student
Are you willing to share your expertise and experience with current students? Student organizations are often looking for alumni to participate in panels and other events or to act as an informal mentor to the group or individual members. Some of the on-campus groups that have expressed an interest in building an alumni network are listed below, but this is not an exhaustive list. The Alumni Relations Office will gladly share your name with any of the groups below or with other groups that match your experience and interests. To register, please email Caitlin Halloran Edwards (email@example.com).
Groups Seeking Mentors
- Deshi - Members promote awareness of the political, cultural, and social issues pertaining to South Asia, South Asians, and South Asian Americans.
- Enlace - A Latino/a student organization that addresses political issues and fosters community through social events.
- I-20 - Members promote the presence and integration of the international student community at the College. more
- Multi - Dedicated to providing safe space for community members of multiple heritages. more
- SAO (Swarthmore Asian Organization) - Members focus on social, political, and educational issues within the Asian and Asian American community.
- SASS (Swarthmore African American Student Society) - Members support each other through political and community-building activities. more
- SQU (Swarthmore Queer Union) - Dedicated to raising social and political awareness by providing cultural programming and advocating queer and questioning issues.
- Women's Resource Center - Exists as a safe space for all women at Swarthmore. more