Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program Leadership

2021-2022 Leadership Team
2021-2022 Leadership Team

Coordinators

Student Coordinators with the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program work closely with the Program Coordinator to oversee the program’s operations and the Leadership Team, composed of the Mentor Leaders and Sophomore Leaders. Student Coordinators work to facilitate and foster relationships between Mentors and Mentees through planning and execution of required retreats and end-of-semester events in addition to optional events held throughout the semester. In the fall semester, Student Coordinators further develop their leadership and teaching skills through the direction of the Mentee Seminar alongside the Program Coordinator.  

Qualifications;  

  • Student of Colorado State University College of Business (required)  
  • Current Sophomore or Junior based off of credits (i.e., 30+ credits at the time of application) (required)  
  • Current Mentor, Mentor Leader, or Sophomore Leader in the Mentoring Program  
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher  
  • Involved in programs and/or activities in the College of Business  
  • Involved in programs and/or activities at Colorado State University 
  • Ability to dedicate about 5-10 hours per week to the Mentoring Program  
  • Ability to complete all listed job functions   
  • Commitment for the entire academic year  

Mentor Leaders

The Mentor Leader position with the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring program is a voluntary position that offers opportunities for leadership development, professional development, and networking. Mentor Leaders volunteer to facilitate one-hour monthly meetings with Mentors to support their Mentor-Mentee relationship as well as attend monthly Leadership Team meetings to help plan and coordinate events over the academic year. Mentor Leaders are required to assist and attend all mandatory events, such as the semesterly retreat and end-of-semester programming, in addition to two other events each semester.  

Mentor Leaders also commit to yearly training held before the academic year begins.  

Qualifications; 

  • Student of Colorado State University College of Business (required)  
  • Current Sophomore or Junior based off of credits (i.e., 30+ credits at the time of application) (required)  
  • Current or past member of the Mentoring Program  
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher  
  • Involved in programs and/or activities in the College of Business  
  • Involved in programs and/or activities at Colorado State University  
  • Ability to dedicate about 5 hours per month to the Mentoring Program to meet time requirements listed above 
  • Commitment for the entire academic year  

 

Sophomore Leaders

The Sophomore Leader position with the Program is also a voluntary position filled by students who were mentees their first year at Colorado State University (CSU). Sophomore Leaders attend and aid in the instruction of the Mentee Seminar, a mandatory class all Program Mentees attend to aid in their transition to CSU. This position provides opportunities for leadership development, professional development, and networking with juniors and seniors in the College of Business. Sophomore Leaders volunteer to facilitate one-hour monthly meetings with Mentees after the conclusion of the Mentee Seminar to support their Mentee-Mentor relationship as well as attend monthly Leadership Team meetings to help plan and coordinate events over the academic year. Sophomore Leaders are required to assist and attend all mandatory events, such as the semester retreat and end-of-semester programming, in addition to two other events each semester. 

Sophomore Leaders also commit to yearly training held before the academic year begins.  

Qualifications; 

  • Student of Colorado State University College of Business (required)  
  • Current mentee in the Mentoring Program (required)   
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher  
  • Involved in programs and/or activities in the College of Business  
  • Involved in programs and/or activities at Colorado State University  
  • Ability to dedicate about 5 hours per month to the Mentoring Program to meet time requirements listed above 
  • Commitment for the entire academic year  

**Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year open late February.**

Apply to participate in the Peer-to-Peer Program!

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