Group interviews will be held February 13-15, 2017.Individual interviews will be held February 20-22, 2017.
All mentors are expected to:
• Maintain a 2.5 cumulative grade point average as well as a minimum 2.5 GPA each semester.• Enroll in the ELPS 350: Peer Mentorship and Student Development course to assist them in developing helpful skills for their role. Students can enroll prior to being selected as a mentor or within two semesters of becoming a mentor. • Meet with assigned mentees at least once a month. This should occur in a flexible non-judgmental manner.• Attend monthly meetings, seminars, events and community service projects. 4 unexcused absences will result in a review of that mentor and possible termination of membership within MMP. • Actively participate in at least one committee (membership, social, community service, success skills, fundraising, program enhancement, or public relations). • Acquaint their mentees with faculty/staff who may assist them in their endeavors.• Maintain confidentiality concerning mentees.• Assist students in solving academic as well as personal problems and utilizing university resources when necessary (Counseling center, academic services, housing, etc.).• Attend and participate in the MMP training program at the beginning and end of each academic year.• Assist in recruiting new and reliable members.• Participate (when needed) in general outreach programs such as new student recruitment and Open House through the Office of Admissions.• Develop a caring and supportive friendship with all incoming students, especially those assigned to them.• Serve as a resource person for MMP and the Office of Multicultural Student Life as it relates to incoming students.• RELAX and HAVE FUN!