The PAL program offers you the chance to engage with the university community, to support fellow students, develop your teamwork skills and transform your leadership capacities.
First-year students enter the program as Peers. As Peers, you will be assigned a student mentor who will help navigate your transition. You will be invited to social events, and encouraged to get involved in a number of transition activities… read more
Second and third year students are Ambassadors within the program. Ambassadors act as mentors to first-year students, and receive training in leadership, mental-health awareness and communication skills. Ambassadors are eligible for enrollment in that passport unit, ENP1008 Faculty of Arts Ambassador Leadership Mentoring Program. This is a 0-point unit that recognises the contribution made by Ambassadors…read more
Third year students after a competitive application process, are selected as Leaders. Leaders are given extra training in leadership, and work closely with the Transition coordinator to direct and manage the PAL program…read more