Ashley ArmentaComputer Science (Software Engineering) 4+1
Suparno ChowdhurySoftware Engineering
Evelin CrusaComputer Science (Cybersecurity) It’s awesome being able to meet and help so many interesting people.
Sam DicaroComputer Systems Engineering 4+1 Being a SCAI Mentor gives me a sense of purpose. I enjoy knowing that I might have helped someone on their journey to success.
Orion DobosComputer Systems Enginering For me, being a mentor is a great way to connect with other Sun Devils and share my passion for computer systems with other SCAI students.
Edmund DongComputer Science 4+1 As a SCAI Mentor, I have opportunities to provide the advice I wish I was given when I was starting college.
Soohwan KimSoftware Engineering
Peter MooreComputer Science 4+1 I enjoy being a SCAI Mentor because I like helping new students learn how to navigate ASU.
Bryce NiimiComputer Science (Software Engineering) Being a SCAI mentor has been one of my favorite parts of coming to ASU. I love being able to help and encourage students in their own academic journey. I enjoy sharing advice and tips I’ve learned from my college...
Joe OsterkampIndustrial Engineering 4+1
Keira PlanoIndustrial Engineering I love being a SCAI Mentor because I enjoy knowing that I am helping others be successful.
Casey RandallComputer Science As a SCAI Mentor, I like that I can help out students how previous mentors helped me.
Trevor RaposoComputer Science (Cybersecurity) I love being a SCAI Mentor because it lets me help guide fellow like-minded students through their experience at ASU.
Shreya SwaminathanComputer Science 4+1
Hari Varshan Computer Science
Noah YoungsInformatics I love being a SCAI Mentor because, while I only have one shot at navigating through the college experience myself, I get to apply what I learned from the good and bad choices that I’ve made when I work with students.