participating in the program are benefiting from:
- Personal Assistance with English Speaking Skills: As a
participant in the group, students have an opportunity to practice
their English speaking skills in a supportive environment.
- Weekly Programming: A Project A.I.M. mentee/member can attend a
variety of activities in a social setting including educational
events, leadership workshops, cultural trips to Manhattan, Broadway
Shows, diversity cultural events, Museum trips, dinners,
traditional American holiday programs and many more...
- Cultural Awareness: Mentees/Members are invited to a majority
of on-and-off campus events/activities celebrating cultural
diversity of our students and our nation.
- One To One Interaction with Mentors: Throughout the academic
year, mentor offers consistent academic, social and personal
support through weekly meeting, weekend activities, and cultural
trips. Mentees are enable to interact with with their mentors by
phone calls, via e-mails, and personal meetings.
- Community Services: Throughout the academic year, mentors and
mentees will together conduct various community services that
provide mentors and mentees an opportunity not only to experience
the Vincentian Tradition of serving the poor and giving back to the
society, but also it strengthens additional bonding within the
- Roundtable Discussion: An Asian Student Roundtable Discussion
is held each month to provide Asian students to congregate and
address issues and concerns that affect their learning journey and
campus life at St. John's.
An International Student Roundtable Discussion is held in the
beginning of each semester to provide all international students an
opportunity to address their concerns and needs in order to help
them improve the quality of their learning at St. John's and life
in the U.S.