Anticipated 8+ hours per week, unpaid position.
Project FOCUS (Focusing Opportunities with Community and University Support), in collaboration with the College of Education and Pima County public school districts, provides a unique post-high school transition opportunity for students (ages 18-21) with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Project FOCUS provides access to the University of Arizona’s academic courses, community-based internships and campus life social events to increase students' independence, communication and employability.
The Project FOCUS team would like to announce internship opportunities for the Spring 2023 semester. The program needs responsible peer mentors with at least 8 hours of weekly availability to support their fellow Wildcats! Peer mentors who are accepted into this program are eligible for academic internship credit for their participation. An internship with Project FOCUS is both fun and meaningful, here is a quick Peer Mentor recruitment video to show some enjoyable highlights! https://youtu.be/URgZom9yQNI
For more information visit https://projectfocus.coe.arizona.edu/about/peer-mentors. To apply, contact Sylvi Gonzalez from the UArizona College of Education at email@example.com.