The Alliance Partnership is looking for CSU students to assist as mentors with our Alliance Summer Institutes, Social Justice Thru the Arts.
Being a mentor is a great way to gain experience working with high school students, facilitate groups, share your personal college experience and be paid.
Support and encourage participants to:
- Manage their own learning in order to maximize their potential
- Develop their skills, and improve their performance
- Escort participants to all institute sessions:
o residence and dining hall ensuring the group is following the timeliness of the schedule
- Co-reside in residence halls, providing experiential evening activities
- Ask questions and challenge, while providing guidance and encouragement
2019 Social Justice Thru the Arts
- Sunday, June 2 – Saturday, June 8, 2019
- 4 mentor positions available
Alliance Social Justice thru the Arts promotes an understanding of social justice, advocacy, cultural awareness and communication across differences for historically underrepresented populations. This program teaches basic social justice concepts and advocacy to 12 Alliance students through the arts while working with CSU faculty and a film/graphic artist. This program exposes participants to various majors embedded in the College of Liberal Arts and develops self-agency and confidence. Students can expect to engage in hands-on learning in storytelling, movement and dance, image theatre, designing and painting, writing, and ﬁlm/video.
You must be available for an all-day training on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22, 2019
A Background Check will be required
Please complete the Alliance Mentor Statement of Interest and submit to the respective Program Coordinators listed.
Submission Extended Deadline is March 25, 2019
If you are interested in becoming a mentor for the 2019 Alliance Summer Institutes please fill out the attached form.