- Name: Psychology Undergraduate Mentoring Program
- Faculty Advisor: Tabitha Kirkland
- Department(s): Psychology
- Area(s): Social and Personality
- Contact Person: Tabitha Kirkland
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DescriptionThe Psychology Undergraduate Mentoring Program increases community and belonging for psychology students who are members of underrepresented groups by matching them in a mentoring relationship with other students, faculty, and alumni.
We are looking for an RA who describes themselves as organized, responsible, detail-oriented, and proactive. Duties:
-Participant matching (mentors and mentees) and communication
-Collect, analyze, and interpret survey data
-Organize and summarize literature searches related to best practices in mentoring
-Find and organizing professional development resources
-Create and distributing a weekly newsletter for participants
-Create and maintain community among participants
-Work with advisory board to organize events (1-2 per quarter)
-Maintain website and social media
Please apply by June 16. Include a cover letter describing why you're a great fit and a copy of your unofficial transcript.
Minimum RequirementsExperience working with Excel; strong (3.5+) GPA in Psych 209.
Preferred qualifications: advanced knowledge of Excel; successful completion of at least one psych statistics course (315, 317, 318), experience with literature searches and survey research; project management skills; experience organizing and communicating with large groups; passionate about social justice and the goals of the mentoring program.