Living-Learning Community Peer Mentor
Interested in programming? Do you like to make a difference? Is mentoring a skill of yours? If so, why not apply to be a Peer Mentor for the Living-Learning Communities?
Both graduate and undergraduate students can be Peer Mentors. Peer Mentors are members of the Department of Residence Life and Housing and are compensated positions staffed and housed in one of the 18 Living-Learning Communities. They strive to work in conjunction with the Resident Assistant in the community.
For 2014-15, all Living-Learning Communities are located in either Spicer or South Residence Hall. Along with LLC staff, the peer mentor is responsible for programming, mentoring and collaborating with an LLC Faculty Advisor specific to the interest group or academic aspiration. The Peer Mentor helps first-year students transition to college life through social and educational programming.
From Outdoor Adventure to ROTC; Business to Pre-Med, there is a Living-Learning Community available to hundreds of students per academic year. Will you be there?See the list of communities
Selection and Hiring Information
Applications are due to Ritchie Hall by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 21, ATTN: Brandon Mikulski. Interviews will be conducted beginning April 23 until April 28. Applicants will have the opportunity to select preferred interview times within the Peer Mentor application.
Peer Mentor Positions
- Army ROTC
- Athletic Training
- Dance & Theater
- Health Professions
- Outdoor Adventure
- Speech Language Pathology & Audiology
- Men in Engineering
- Service & Civic Engagement
- Women in Engineering
Please direct any questions regarding Peer Mentor employment for the Living-Learning Communities to Brandon Mikulski, assistant director for Living-Learning Communities, at 330-972-5492, or e-mail email@example.com.