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, Leahmiller@asu.edu

John Caumban

John Caumban
Computer Science

Being a SCAI Mentor gives me the chance to welcome future Sun Devils and share knowledge that may help them exceed in their academic careers.

Sam Dicaro

Sam Dicaro
Computer Systems Engineering

Being a SCAI Mentor gives me a sense of purpose. I enjoy knowing that I might have helped someone on their journey to success.

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.

Andrew Garza

Andrew Garza
Computer Science 4+1

I really enjoy the fact that I’ve been able to make a really tiny impact on many different people. It’s not like I’m changing their life or anything, but I do find it very meaningful.

LJ Gomez

LJ Gomez
Industrial Engineering

To me, being a peer mentor means getting to welcome new Sun Devils and help them get comfortable at wonderful, sunny ASU!

Nick Martinez

Nick Martinez
Computer Science (Cybersecurity) 4+1

As a SCAI mentor, I can provide help and inspiration to up-and-coming students, especially by sharing tips that I have learned from struggles on my own path.

Peter Moore

Peter Moore

Peter Moore
Computer Science

Being a SCAI mentor is all about helping my fellow Sun Devils learn how to be a Sun Devil!

Josue Quintero

Josue Quintero
Computer Science (Software Engineering)

Being a SCAI mentor allows me to diminish any uncertainty and hesitation students beginning their journey will have.