Meet Business School Peer Mentor: Caleb Owens

Hi!!! I’m Caleb Owens.

I am a mentor because I desire to impact the lives of students younger than me, helping them prepare the best possible futures for themselves.

A life lesson learned: Experience is not always the best teacher. Sometimes it pays to listen to those who have experienced certain things themselves.

For fun: Biking, weightlifting, running, cooking, shoe detailing

Involvement: Army ROTC, Truist Business Fellows, Peer Mentor

Something unique: I have never had a cavity

Binge-Watching: Aerial America

Favorite Class: Accounting & Economics

One Struggle I’ve had at College: Learning how to say no so I don’t put too much on my plate. Learning how to make time for myself to have fun outside of class and work.

When you’re packing, don’t forget: A speaker


About Peer Mentors

For over 10 years, Peer Mentors have served within the Campbell Business School to aid in the freshmen transition, support the BADM 100 Freshman Seminar, and serve as leaders within the community. Peer Mentors play an important role in the BADM 100 course by serving as role models and mentors to new Business School students. They help new students feel comfortable in the Campbell community and provide important campus information, academic advice, encouragement, and project management. In addition to serving, this group of 15-20 Peer Mentors receives personal and professional development training throughout their tenure as mentors.

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