What is PMP?
The Psychology Mentorship Program is a great opportunity to get involved with Psi Chi at ASU Tempe, Psychology students, and ASU as a whole. PMP has two levels: Mentors or Mentees.
A mentor is an upper-division Psychology Student (Junior or Senior) who is a member of Psi Chi. These high achieving students would be a great connect point for their younger mentees who are just starting out in their Psychology degree program. They can help the mentees with getting connected to professors, other students, research/internship opportunities, or to just be a friend to their mentee. The mentor position is one of high rewards that offers great leadership building opportunities and a sense of community.
Being a mentee is a wonderful chance to learn all about the Department of Psychology. A mentee is typically a first-time freshman student who is looking for a way to get involved. You do not have to be a member of Psi Chi in order to be eligible for the mentee position. As a mentee you will be paired with a mentor and they will help you navigate your freshman year; everything from choosing classes, getting involved, and just having fun as a Psychology student. Joining PMP as a mentee is a great step to becoming a Psi Chi member in the future.