Becoming a Mentor

Becoming a Mentor

Becoming a Mentor

About the Program

Campus Connections is a service-learning course offered at UCCS to undergraduate and graduate students who have relevant education and experience. Mentors can expect to earn 3-credits for their participation in the program and should plan to attend a weekly lab session from 3:00pm-9:00pm. Youth mentees participate from 4:00pm-8:00pm, arriving an hour after and leaving an hour before mentors, mentor coaches, and instructors. This allows time for mentors to prepare for and wrap up the evening.

With Campus Connections, you will:

  • Build connections
  • Earn credit
  • Become a role model
  • Provide academic and emotional support
  • Engage in pro-social activities
  • Try new challenges with your mentee

In order to become a mentor with Campus Connections, students must attend one of the Mandatory Informational Meetings throughout the semester (see schedule). After attending the meeting, candidates are welcome to apply. if they are interested in the program. Once accepted, candidates will be expected to complete a background check.

Priority Deadline: 4/17/2020 by 5pm

Final Deadline: 5/16/2020 by 5pm

Email application materials to mcammell@uccs.edu

If you would like to apply while the campus is on remote/distance learning, you may do the following:

  1. Watch this Information Session on YouTube
  2. Fill out the Mentor Application now a fillable PDF!
  3. Save and send it to Molly via email OR scan it by downloading a free app on your phone called Genius Scan
  4. Email it to Molly at mcammell@uccs.edu by May 16th or earlier!

 

Mentor Application Fillable PDF or Mentor Application Word Doc

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Application Requirements

  • Fill out Mentor Application Packet
  • Watch the Mandatory Informational Meeting on YouTube (link below)
  • Complete Background check and finger printing (instructions will be provided after acceptance)

Information Sessions

An online info session can be viewed on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Bld1wwMDc4. 

Please contact Molly Cammell directly at mcammell@uccs.edu for more information.