SCAI Mentors

SCAI Mentors are employed by the SCAI Advising Center as representatives at New Student Orientations, Fall Welcome and speaking functions throughout the school year.  These students are hired yearly in February, must be 3.0 or above GPA and in good academic standing. This position is a point of pride and resume boost that shows responsibility, mentoring and commitment to the Fulton Schools of Engineering.

For more information about the SCAI Mentor program email coordinator Leah Miller, [email protected]

Ashley Armenta

Ashley Armenta

Ashley Armenta
Computer Science (Software Engineering) 4+1

Evelin Crusa

Evelin Crusa

Evelin Crusa
Computer Science (Cybersecurity)

It’s awesome being able to meet and help so many interesting people.

Sam Dicaro

Sam Dicaro

Sam Dicaro
Computer 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 Dobos

Orion Dobos

Orion Dobos
Computer 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.

Edmond Dong

Edmond Dong

Edmund Dong
Computer Science 4+1

As a SCAI Mentor, I have opportunities to provide the advice I wish I was given when I was starting college.

Peter Moore

Peter Moore

Peter Moore
Computer Science 4+1

I enjoy being a SCAI Mentor because I like helping new students learn how to navigate ASU.

Bryce Niimi

Bryce Niimi

Bryce Niimi
Computer 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 experience.

Keira Plano

Keira Plano

Keira Plano
Industrial Engineering

I love being a SCAI Mentor because I enjoy knowing that I am helping others be successful.

Casey Randall

Hana Randall

Casey Randall
Computer Science

As a SCAI Mentor, I like that I can help out students how previous mentors helped me.

Trevor Raposo

Trevor Raposo

Trevor Raposo
Computer Science (Cybersecurity)

I love being a SCAI Mentor because it lets me help guide fellow like-minded students through their experience at ASU.

Noah Youngs

Noah Youngs

Noah Youngs
Informatics

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.

SCAI mentors