McCormick Resident Peer Mentors (RPMs) help first-year students adjust to life at MIT academically and in McCormick. RPMs are upper-class students who work with 4-10 new students and one or more academic advisors to provide support together. As a group, the RPMs are advised in the building by Emma Johnson, the Area Director, and they put on events ranging from Exploring Majors, Campus Safety, and Resume Tips to Trivia Nights and Destress Night. They provide a listening ear, support, and on-going semester programming that aligns with the standard first-year student transitions.
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