Pre-Health Peer Mentor Program
The Pre-Health Peer Mentor Program is a platform that provides personalized pre-med/pre-health mentoring to students at the Johns Hopkins University. Peer mentors are passionate undergraduates who possess rich and diverse personal experiences and have been trained to answer Pre-Professional Advising FAQs. Students may request to meet with a peer mentor if they need general pre-med/pre-health guidance or have questions about being pre-med at Hopkins. Please note that completion of Pre-Health 101 is not required to take part in the Pre-Health Peer Mentor Program.
We encourage prospective mentees to browse through our current cohort of mentors and then complete a short request form. After the form submission is received, we will connect each prospective mentee with a peer mentor, who will then coordinate an initial meeting and potentially additional meetings as needed. The Pre-Health Peer Mentor Program aims to enrich pre-med/pre-health related support from the Office of Pre-Professional Programs and Advising as an adjunct to one-on-one consultations with a Pre-Professional Advisor.
For questions about the Pre-Health Peer Mentor Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.