Learning Community Mentors are upper-class students who provide support for first-year students and work with faculty and staff to enhance the first-year experience of these students. The purpose of the Peer Mentor is to encourage and assist first-year students in their social and academic transition to UNL. Some of the typical responsibilities of mentors include:
• Planning and leading co-curricular programs
• Maintaining regular contact with students in their Learning Community
• Working as a liaison between the students and faculty in a Learning Community
• Being a team player on the Learning Community team
Mentors work an average of 6-7 hours/week and are compensated hourly at a rate of $9.25/hour. A 3.0 cumulative GPA is required to serve as a Learning Community Peer Mentor.
If you have not served as a mentor through Learning Communities, interviews will be held on Saturday, March 6, 2020. It is essential that you are available this weekend.
Learn more via this video: http://go.unl.edu/lcmentorinfo
Please apply at unl.erezlife.com
For more information or any questions you may have, please contact Anna Witte at email@example.com