As a Community Mentor (CM) of the CCE, the CM’s primary responsibility is to work with local agencies and organizations to develop, implement and coordinate community-University partnerships designed to address unmet needs as defined by the community. As part of their partnership building, the mentors will train and support fellow students placed in Community Based Learning engagement activities. Job description are available below.
Positions and Job Descriptions:
Yearly recruitment occurs in late March of the Spring semester. During the recruitment period, applicants are asked to download the Civic Engagement CM Application and submit via email to email@example.com or by dropping it off at the CCE in Whitman Annex, Room 4 by the deadline listed below. Applicants must pay close attention to the required documents that need to be submitted to complete the application. Applicants must submit a 250 word Vision Statement, a copy of the applicants academic transcript, a resume, and two letters of recommendation (one from a SLU Faculty or Staff, one from a local community partner).
Civic Engagement CM Application is due on Monday, April 1. Please return to the CCE, Whitman Annex, Room 4 by 4pm or email documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews will be conducted the week of April 2-5.
Decisions will be made and announced by Friday, April 5th.
For more information, please contact the Center for Civic Engagement at email@example.com or x5095.
Student Community Mentor Staff 2012-2013:
|King ’14||Alex||Next Step Mentoring Program|
|Lavigne ’14||Renee||Free Will Dinners, NYSARC: Community Arts, NYSARC: Fitness Program|
|Plunkett ’14||Molly||Akwesasne Reservation, Branching Out With Books-Akwesasne|
|Bastien ’15||Lizzie||NYSARC: Community Arts, NYSARC: Fitness Program, NYSARC: Hermon Facility|
|Breckenridge ’14||Ben||Birdsfoot Farm, Deep Root Farm, Sweetcore Farm|
|Capuano ’14||Taylor||Ogdensburg Boys & Girls Club, Publicity & Events|
|Choiniere ’13||Liz||Next Step Mentoring Program|
|Colpitts ’15||Kelsey||Office for the Aging: Hermon Meal Program, Office for the Aging: Cyber Seniors|
|Fleischauer ’15||Caroline||Branching Out With Books-Akwesasne|
|Hall ’14||Julia||Reading Buddies Literacy Program|
|Herlihy ’13||Meaghan||St. Mary’s School|
|Kraunelis ’15||Katie||Canton Day Care, Building Blocks Day Care|
|Manning ’15||Anna||Pray Road Stables, Publicity & Events|
|Northrup ’15||Marie||Free Will Dinners, Campus Kitchens Project, 45|
|Rountree-Jablin ’15||Paxton||Bittersweet Farm|
|Spencer ’15||Alex||NYSARC: Community Arts, NYSARC: Fitness Program, NYSARC: Hermon Facility|
|Walsh ’13||Becky||Partridge Knoll, Maplewood Campus|