What is Peer Mentor+?
The Peer Mentor+ Initiative exists to promote a culture of community and mutual support for well-being at George Brown College. Through group and one-on-one facilitation, our goals are increasing student mental health, resiliency, and inclusion.
Connect with us
At Peer Mentor+, we understand the importance of meeting you where you're at. We offer a number of on-campus and off-campus supports to serve you better. If you need immediate support, see our Urgent Resources page.
How can we help you?
Interested in a mentoring program?
We offer one-on-one peer support programs, designed to aid social, and mental well-being. We also offer drop-in hours at our Casa Loma Campus (Room D313), Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 to 3:00PM.
Interested in developing the skills that matter to your own development and progress as a GBC student?
Join the Community Club, where we design the courses to your interests and learn the skills together in supportive and interactive group sessions.
Interested in learning more about the Deaf Community at George Brown?
Our inclusion education offers opportunities for students to learn from and about Deaf Culture, which can pay dividends in future work.
Interested in learning about what a Student Mentor Does?
Student Mentors are trained in a variety of student support modalities, to be able to offer warm, genuine, and enthusiastic support to all of the George Brown Community.
ASD & Friends
Interested in joining a support group for students who feel a connection to the lived experience of Autism?
Share stories, help build each other up for the week ahead, and learn tools and tips for navigating through the world. Online Mondays at 3:00 pm and at D313 Casa Loma Thursdays at 3:00 pm.
Email PeerMentorPlus@georgebrown.ca to join.