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UWL Mentor Application 2018-2019
UW Leaders is a leadership development program in the ASUW that has been shaping young leaders for twenty years. This program is open to first, second, and transfer third year students during Winter and Spring quarters. Beginning in the fall, the Director and Assistant Director work with our program's mentors to develop a curriculum consisting of weekly workshops every Wednesday from 5-7pm for incoming participants. These workshops are designed to teach program participants how to utilize valuable leadership skills. In addition, students have the ability to apply these skills through participating in a leadership practice.

Mentors are individuals who are trained throughout Fall quarter and will be paired with a group of mentees when the program officially starts in the Winter. Mentors are expected to have significant leadership experience that will equip them with the knowledge to help them be successful in this mentor-mentee relationship. As a Mentor in the program, you would also develop, implement, and coordinate the weekly workshops and special events of the program. For more information, please visit our website a uwleaders.asuw.org.

The app deadline is Wednesday, May 16th at 11:59pm. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the director Marí Ramirez at asuwlead@uw.edu. We look forward to reading your application!

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Last Name *
Email Address *
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Please confirm that you can commit to the following program requirements. In addition to these, serving as a mentor typically requires an additional 3-5 hours a week of work which often includes: planning workshops, reading applications, or spending time with your assigned mentees, etc.
Please submit an updated copy of your resume as a PDF here. *
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Please submit a response to the following two question topics. Responses can be up to 1 page max, 1 inch margins, single or double spaced, with 12 point font. Upload the document as a PDF below.
Question 1: What is the most meaningful thing about mentorship? Question 2: How do you conceptualize or define diversity? How would you encourage diversity and inclusion within UWL as a mentor? *
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