Mentor Employment Opportunities
The Learning Assistance Program uses different approaches that provide structured one-on-one sessions with at-risk college students. This program provides individualized, supportive, and engaging opportunities for interaction between the graduate mentor and freshman students.
- Positions typically take the form of 10-hour work blocks for qualified graduate students.
- For a complete detailed job description click here
- Serve as a mentor for 14 first year students
- Meet with each student once a week for 30 minutes
- Complete paperwork in relation to student attendance and student progress
- Actively monitor the due dates for papers, projects, tests, etc. through calendars and grade report sheets
- Compile requested information by or on due dates
- Attend mandatory bi-monthly staff meetings
- Attend bi-monthly workshops
- Refer students to necessary resources on campus (advisor, tutoring, supplemental instruction, math labs, writing center, etc.)
- Meet at least once every two weeks with the Academic Advisor of mentored students
- Supervise quiet study time for students
Training is mandatory. Training times will be set after hiring is completed. It will be held one week before classes begin during the month of August. Additional training sessions will be held throughout the year in order to complete the mentor certification.
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