PROPELS mentoring

Peers Reaching Out to Promote Educational Learning Success

The goals of project PROPELS are to improve student skills that support completion of student achievement initiative transitional objectives, including earning a high school equivalency (GED), completing pre-college math and/ or English, and earning the first 15 to 30 college credits.

PROPELS Objectives:

  • Provide additional support to all students
  • Provide students with information resources ex. how to access student email, navigate CANVAS
  • Monitor the success of mentees completion of basic skills
  • Provide a student-to-student open platform for discussing challenges they face on and off campus
  • Help mentees to overcome obstacles
  • Help mentees achieve academic and career goals
  • Promote "Student Life"
  • Promote Student Involvement

Click here to signup for a mentor 
Click here to become a mentor 
Mentor and Mentee signup forms are also located in Parks Student Union room 209 or Rainier 112 in the BRIDGES center.

PROPELS partners with the following student resources:

The Writing Center
Tutoring Center
Student Life