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Autism and related conditions mentoring

CSMP also provides a weekly social group CSG, run by the mentees supported by mentors during the semester to help develop friendships, discuss relevant issues and enhance students’ sense of belonging at Curtin.

The CSMP is a separate program to the New to Curtin Mentoring Program.

CSMP was featured on ABC News Australia’s 7.30 Show. Watch the story to hear more about how and why the program started, and how it benefits participants:

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My first year

Going into university for the first time was challenging and scary yet exciting, all on its own. Struggling with new situations, structure and community made the mentoring program such a vital safety net and building bridge in becoming my own person and making a name for myself. Although I went into university with outside friends on the other side of campus, the program gave me a mentor that helped me make and keep friends in my degree and yet support me with regular conversations, meetings and information. I’ve been a part of programs like this before and nothing compares to the support, care and thrive for my success, it offers.

Program ambassadors

These biographies and the terms used within were approved by each ambassador.