Global Community Mentor
The Global Community Mentorship Program was created to help incoming students adjust to their new surroundings. Mentors provide students with information about resources and opportunities at SFU that might be of interest, invite them to social and cultural events on and off campus, and answer questions about day-to-day life in Canada. Mentors are commited to their roles from August to April of the following year.
There are two positions available for Undergraduate students and one position for Graduate students:
- are a source of information—a mentor will be a primary contact person, initially via email and later in person, who provides information, support and guidance; someone who is available to discuss any concerns and issues that arise and who can refer the student to appropriate services on campus;
- are a cultural guide—a mentor will help introduce the new student to campus and city life.
Job ID: 4014 (Undergraduate Mentor)
Job ID: 4022 (Graduate Mentor)
- Providing ongoing support, training and feedback for mentors assigned to their faculty groups. Team leaders typically lead a group of approximately 4-6 mentors;
- Maintain regular communication with their team, set monthly meetings with all team members, and send monthly activity reports to the program coordinator.;
- Team leaders are also mentors.
Job ID: 4016 (Undergraduate Team Leader)
Want to learn more?
Contact: Michelle Hubble, Program Coordinator (email@example.com)
How to apply:
X The application period for this posting is now closed.
i Note: This opportunity is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official University document that tracks students’ co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record.
Hiring period: May - June
Job ID: 4014, 4016 & 4022
Start date: Summer 2017
Application deadline: June 12, 2017 (extended)