Looking to get Involved? ASCI Sibs Needs Mentors!

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June 5, 2014 by basstudentassociation

Hey there, ASCIs!

I hope that all of you are well into enjoying the summer, wherever you are! I’m here to talk to you about a volunteer opportunity especially for BAS students.

BASSA is still accepting applications to the ASCI Sib mentor program for the 2014-2015 school year!

This year we’ve decided to switch things up a bit by pairing students during the summer so that you can start communicating and helping out your sib before they even get to Guelph!

You won’t be able to meet your sib in person until September, but over the summer you would act as a resource to help answer the questions and concerns of an incoming first-year from a student-perspective via email. So if you think you could offer some advice to a first year student and help to ease their transition to our wonderful university, consider becoming an ASCI Sib! Any BAS student in second year or above can sign up to be an Older Sib.

If you’d like to sign up, please fill out this form and email it to ascisib@gmail.com. We’ll use it to pair you with a like-minded first year who shares some of your interests.

If you’re a FIRST YEAR STUDENT excited to come to Guelph this fall and you’d like to be a younger sib, fill out this form and send it to ascisib@gmail.com and we’ll sign you up!

For more information, the ASCI Sibs page on this website has a complete run down of the program and some FAQs, OR you can always email us your queries at ascisib@gmail.com!

See you in September!

Veronika

BASSA President 2013-2015

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