2017-2018 Los Angeles Mentorship Program Supplemental Application
Thank you for your interest in the LAMP committee! This form is due by Friday, October 13th at 11:59pm. Please expect a notification by Monday, October 16th on the progress of your submission.

To apply, please complete the following steps:
1) Submit the general application, which can be found on rssla.org/committees
2) Submit this subapplication

If you have any questions about the procedure, please contact president@rssla.org.



LAMP serves the underprivileged students of University High through a variety of courses and opportunities. Whether it be by tutoring within AVID, preparing for the SAT/ACT exams, or providing valuable mentorship workshops, LAMP is an opportunity to change lives for the better. LAMP hasn’t been too popular in the last few years, but this committee is going to quickly change that.

Marketing Coordinators help get RSSers and the campus at-large involved in LAMP -- building awareness of and enthusiasm for the program.

Workshop Coordinators help plan out special activities for University High School students. Possibilities include financial aid workshops, college essay workshops, or a visit to UCLA.

If you have any questions about this committee, please contact Hayk Badalyan at lamp@rssla.org or Jake Todd at secretary@rssla.org

Name *
Your answer
What position(s) are you interested in? *
Tell us about a time that you taught something to someone else. *
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For Marketing Coordinators: What constitutes successful marketing in the context of a volunteer program? How do you do it? How do you know when you've done it? *
Recommended Word Count: 50
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For Workshop Coordinators: What workshops do you want to put on and why? *
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Did you submit the general application, which can be found on rssla.org/committees? *
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