Mentor and Ambassador Positions Available

  • Non-Federal Work Study Student Ambassadors
  • Non-Federal Work Study Student Mentors

Pay for all positions is minimum wage, up to 20 hours/week (if hired during summer, additional hours may be available.) Note: this position is not tied to Federal work-study and is therefore available to all enrolled students.

General Description for Student Ambassador

D&I Ambassadors will represent the Center for Diversity & Inclusion throughout campus supporting; assist with student programs and student engagement efforts; assist with projects to include development of strategic social media, marketing, and resource tools.

General Description for Student Mentor:

Mentors motivate peers to stay engaged, help peers set goals and are committed to helping peers understand university resources. Mentors will meet with students for 1-1 contact; lead group discussions; coordinate programs; attend meetings and training.


Date Submitted: 07/13/2021
Submitted By: Center for Diversity & Inclusion / Sherry Capers Dock