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After you have completed The LEAD Program from the fall and spring semester of your freshman year, you can then apply to become a LEAD mentor. What does it mean to become a mentor? In this role, you will be a mentor to the next incoming class of freshman entering the program, placed in a specific cohort class of 20-40 freshman.
We look for positive, motivated, and well-rounded students to join the team that oversees The LEAD Program. This is a co-curricular position which requires enrollment in a 1-credit leadership course. The LEAD Program mentors will be matched with first-year students and will work five to ten hours a week.