BUS 199 Coaching for Success (previously Peer Advisor Training)
1 credit hour, graded Spring 2017: Thursdays 4:00 – 4:50 p.m.
This course will cover communication skills and coaching models applied to academic and career Peer Advising, as well as Peer Tutoring. Students are expected to be active learners as this class will utilize discussion, role plays, and practice advising and tutoring conversations to strengthen your skillset in coaching and reinforce your knowledge. This course will also cover how to describe the transferable competencies gained in this course for your internship and career search. Aspiring Peer Advisors & Tutors must have excelled in this course to be considered for a position. Qualifies as a James Scholar Honor’s Project. CRN: 54987.
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Questions? Contact Nicole Turner at email@example.com or stop by 1041 BIF to speak with a current peer advisor.
Quotes from current peer advisors-
My favorite thing about peer advising is…
“helping out incoming freshman and making sure they avoid common mistakes that freshman make. I also enjoy talking to the new freshman about other school related activities such as joining a fraternity/sorority, business club, etc.”
“meeting new people in the College of Business. Every student has a unique story and set of experiences to share, and it’s interesting to experience the College of Business on a micro level.”
“I feel more involved and that I am giving back to improve the college of business.”
“Helping freshman succeed and make good scheduling decisions”
“having the chance to meet new students and share my knowledge and experiences with them!”