Position SummaryPosition Title Dumke Center Walkways to Westminster Lead
Department Center for Civic Engagement Work Schedule Position Summary
At Walkways to Westminster, Westminster College students serve as mentors to support youth in areas regarding academic success, college preparation, career planning, English as a second language and personal success. Applicants should be highly motivated undergraduate or graduate students who want to encourage college-going aspiration for 6- 12th-grade students in the South Salt Lake area. This is a self-directed roll without the constant presence of a supervisor. The student is expected to conduct themselves appropriately when engaging with the k-12 students, community partners, and Westminster faculty, staff, and students.
On any given day you might be helping a student with their science project, playing a game of basketball, engaging in a college access program or helping them fill out college applications.
Mentors will gain
A wider, more inclusive perspective
Valuable career skills
Specific Tasks of Job
Account for documents and data necessary for applying for and reporting back to annual grants and donors. You will be trained by and assisted in doing so by your supervisor(s).
Collaborate effectively with our community partners. You may be expected to attend partnership meetings, and should frequently check your email and make an effort to communicate with the teachers at your placement school should any change of plans come up.
Commit to mentoring with Walkways to Westminster preferably twice per week (excluding school holidays).
Most be comfortable working with minors and understand what the responsibility of working with vulnerable populations entails.
-Enjoy working with K-12 students.
Preferred Qualifications Career Readiness Competencies student will develop through this position. Career & Self-Development, Communication, Critical Thinking, Leadership
Organizational ResponsibilitiesResponsibility Diversity and Inclusion
Promote an Inclusive Westminster through demonstration of the commitments include in the Westminster College Diversity Statement. Participate in developmental activities to increase understanding and awareness of issues related diversity, equity and Inclusion both individually and as related to my filed of work, profession or discipline.
Additional ResponsibilitiesAdditional Responsibilities
Additional Requirements Ability to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, and crouch required., Ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds required.
Posting Detail InformationPosting Number
Desired Start Date 08/23/2023 Position End Date (if applicable) Special Instructions to Applicants Quick Link https: // westminstercollege.peopleadmin.com/postings/3790Documents To Apply
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