PAL Program

    • Ambassadors provide a lynchpin to the PAL program. They serve as mentors to transitioning Peers, and are able to make a very real contribution to the Leadership portfolios. Ambassadors are the most visible members of the program assisting in Orientation events, Open Day, School Visits and PAL recruitment. They are called upon to draw on their own Read more
    • The PAL program is designed for Arts students who want to connect more widely with the university community in ways that will benefit themselves and others. It is open to all Arts students from Clayton and Caulfield campus and offers a tier for every step of your University journey               Inspirational and engaging, the program offers professional training in Read more
    • Having a mentor/buddy as you start your university journey can be a big help. The Arts peer mentor program will match you with a senior Arts ambassador student… Read more
    • Leaders are critical to the PAL program. They provide structure and consistency to PAL and serve as role models to the entire program. They are valued for their original thought, their contribution to the structure of the program, and their role as ambassadors for the program in the greater community. Leaders help drive the program and run Read more
    • James Carey – Batchelor of Arts Student & Co-facilitator Leaders Program 2013 I remember my first week at Monash University extremely well. As I came from a rather large High School graduating year, I wasn’t overawed with the amount of people around, however the thing that always got me was finding my way around. I vividly remember Read more