Anticipated 6 - 9 hours per week with a stipend.
UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Peer Assistance for Leadership and Student Success Peer Mentor Program, known as CALS PALS, will help you develop advanced skills in building rapport and individual coaching. As a CALS PALS student mentor, you'll use leadership, communication, problem solving and critical thinking skills, as well as relationship-building skills to assist your peers in making a successful transition to the university. CALS PALS receive on-going training and coaching at weekly meetings, learning how to effectively support, inform, and guide their student mentees with the goal of better preparing them to be academically and developmentally successful.
Minimum qualifications include cumulative gpa of 2.5+, current enrollment at UA, completion of one full-year of courses and 30+ units, ability to attend weekly staff meetings on Tuesdays from 8:00 am to 9:00 am throughout the term, and ability to attend a full day training orientation prior to the beginning of each term.
Application requires online application, cover letter, resume, and a reference. For more information, visit https://cals.arizona.edu/students/100-engagement/cals-pals-peer-mentors.