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A.C.E Peer Mentor Program

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What is the A.C.E Peer Mentor Program?

Dickinson’s A.C.E (Academic and Co-Curricular Excellence) Peer Mentor Program is an engagement, development and support program for select first year students from underrepresented populations who will be paired with a trained upper-class mentor. The goal of A.C.E is to give our mentees another resource and support system on campus. Your mentor will be there to provide more individualized support and guidance. By participating in the A.C.E Peer Mentor Program, first-year mentees/protégés will develop the following:

  • A strong sense of belonging and community. 
  • Skills for organizing their time and studying effectively. 
  • A strong awareness of campus resources.
  • Healthy wellness habits appropriate for their individual needs.

Mentors at the Monthly Meeting

Monthly Meetings & Topics

A.C.E meets twice a month, one workshop and one group activity.  Each month’s meetings offer resource presentations and open conversation and gives the students a chance to come together as a group to participate in various activities. Workshops are led by mentors, faculty and staff. Some common themes and activities include the following:


  • Study Skills
  • Essay Writing
  • Time-Management
  • Midterm/Finals prep
  • Financial Literacy
  • Study abroad
  • Choosing your major


  • Welcome Reception
  • Community Mocktail Mixer
  • Bowling
  • Escape Rooms
  • Laser tag

Students engaging in activity

Your A.C.E Peer Mentors

Peer Mentors

  • Eliana Asiedu 2025
  • Fofang Atanga 2025
  • Aaron Bailey 2025
  • Goldis Friebele 2026
  • Michelle Hom 2024
  • Kiersten Kahn 2026
  • Simran Kaur 2026
  • Ella Layton 2026
  • Charmi Pate 2024
  • Hannie Pham 2026
  • Jojo Pineda-Angon 2025
  • Jadisha Proano 2026
  • Hena Rahman 2026
  • Hanani Rodriguez 2026
  • Anny Rodriguez Alcala 2026
  • Zaara Shah 2026

Executive Board/Peer Mentors

  • Matthew Flores 2024
  • Mickela Lawes 2024

Program Coordinators

  • Mai Le 2025
  • Alvaro Munoz 2024

Program Advisor

  • Rev. Yvette Davis, Director
    Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity

Group of A.C.E. Mentors

Interested in becoming an A.C.E Peer Mentor?

All mentors are paid student workers for the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity and complete a training program. Application Deadline: February 18, 2024 at 11:59pm - Click here to Apply .

Questions? Contact

Program Advisor: Rev. Yvette Davis