About PWT and Mentor Programs
Peer Writing Tutors
- provide evening drop-in tutoring in the Center for Teaching, Learning and Research (room 225) in the Davis Family Library
- assist in college writing courses and writing program courses
To learn more about the program, contact us:
Mary Ellen Bertolini directs the Peer Writing Tutor Program at Middlebury College, She trains, assigns, evaluates and supervises Peer Writing Tutors.
Associate Director, Writing Program, Middlebury College
Head Peer Writing Tutor approves time, runs evening makeup sessions and assists the Program Director.
Manager of Drop-in Peer Writing Tutors manages, supervises, assigns evening shifts, and assists the Program Director.
Head Mentor helps with makeup sessions manages and supervises mentors, and assists the Program Director.
FYS Mentors for Academics and Writing
- assist in first-year seminars
The First-Year Seminar Mentor for Academics and Writing serves as a mentor and writing tutor for first-year students, assisting them with writing and oral presentation skills, time and project management, and pre-advising during Banner registration. The Mentor works with students individually or in groups, either during class time or outside of class, for up to 60 hours over the course of the semester. The Mentors will be trained, supervised, and paid by CTLR.
Mary Ellen Bertolini and Yonna McShane train the FYS Mentors for Academics and Writing.