Blog of the Peer Advising Leadership Program, College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

March 6, 2011 12:17 AM

We peer advise AND listen =D

So after deciding what I wanted to write about for this post I realized that I have exhausted much of the main topics (telebears, midterms, etc.) SOOO I’m going off the grain on this one.

I know that as PALs we mostly give academic advice. To recommend classes to take, when to sign up and what websites to do this on. BUT we are peer advisors meaning we can advise on a lot of different things! There are bios on all the PALs on the billboard in 260 mulford and from that you can see we are all pretty different and involved in many different groups, activities and are just different. So why wouldn’t you just want to sit with one of use and just talk about random stuff! Some of the most memorable moments for me during office hours are not just about academics but having casual conversations about issues and dilemmas about LIFE in general.

So if you are around mulford chat with us! My expertise is of course in advising in school related activities …..but I also serve a mean convo about food, research, roommates, boys, volunteering, social life, Rihanna, guinea pigs or just about anything cool.


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