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 inquiries about academics and/or extracurriculars. Please note that completion of Pre-Health 101 is not required to take part in the Pre-Health Peer Mentor Program. We are currently inviting freshmen (class of 2023) to participate in this program and will update this website as we include other class years.
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.