There's been an influx of new SDN members, many that could benefit from people who have been through the process and have actually gained admission to medical school. To be a peer SDN mentor, the requirement would obviously be a desire to help, but also, having been admitted to medical school, and to have 350+ posts. We can have three mentees (sp?) to one mentor. We can start a list of those who wish to volunteer as mentors, and a list of those that would like a mentor. Once we have a sizable list to go off, we can decide then to assign mentees to thier mentor. Mentors can serve to proofread secondary essays, Personal Statements and as someone to look up to. Obviously, SDN is a one GIANT peer advisement type thing, having a specific mentor will add a more personal flavor. Any suggestions?