Residential Peer Mentors Program
The Resident Peer Mentor (RPM) is an undergraduate student working in partnership with other RPMs in their building to support and create community for their first-year student mentees. The ideal RPM is an individual who can draw upon and connect students to resources within in the house and across the institute. Above all, RPMs are role models for other students living in their living group and across MIT.
Applications are now closed.
An RPM is appointed for a full academic year, and the interview processes are conducted within your residence hall. Please find the 2018 -2019 interview timeline below. Applicants chosen to interview will be contacted by their Area Director regarding next steps in the process.
RPM recruitment timeline:
4/21/18: Application closes
4/24/18 - 5/5/18: Interviews in each house
5/10/18: Decisions to candidates
8/22/18: Start date
8/23/18 - 8/24/18: Training
The RPM position varies slightly across each living group. With questions about your residence halls’s expectations and recruitment process, please contact:
Next House- Topher Nelson (email@example.com)
McCormick- Emma Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Baker- Jordan Weiner (email@example.com)
Maseeh- Becky Kjaerbye (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MacGregor- Jeff St. Dic (email@example.com)
Random- Trish Moran (firstname.lastname@example.org)