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CBS Peer Advisor

CBS Student Services offers students (with at least 2 semesters of experience in CBS) an opportunity to assist students with basic advising questions, and serve as a resource to connect CBS students with the Student Services office and general campus resources. CBS Peer advisors will assist students throughout their first year and beyond by supporting Orientation registration in the summer (June - August, 2014), followed by working in a weekly, e-advising capacity answering common student questions related to registration, course planning, campus advising and registration tools, as well as preparation for appointments with professional advisors (September 2014 - May 2015). Interactions with students will be both in person and on-line.

Nature of Life Senior Peer Mentor
NOL Senior Peer Mentor(s) work closely with the NOL Program Coordinator to administer the NOL Itasca program. Responsibilities include managing logistics, responding to registrant questions, coordinating Peer Mentor training and schedules, and serving as a primary point of contact during the program. This position begins in late spring and works through the end of the summer program. *If you would like to be considered for NOL Senior Peer Mentor, please submit this application by Monday, March 10.*
Nature of Life Peer Mentor

Nature of Life (NOL) offers first-year students the opportunity to be immersed in biological sciences while studying in small groups with faculty and peers for three days at Lake Itasca. Peer Mentors act as advisors, residence staff and teaching assistants to faculty during the NOL experience (July 9-July 26, 2014). Peer Mentors will introduce first-year students to college and university resources. Peer Mentors will also work a few hours during the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters managing the NOL program, and may assist with additional summer/fall events and activities as needed. Training and preparation will begin in late June.

Nature of Life Associate Peer Mentor

Nature of Life (NOL) offers first-year students the opportunity to be immersed in biological sciences while studying in small groups with faculty and peers for three days at Lake Itasca. Associate Peer Mentors coordinate the travel between St. Paul and Itasca during the NOL experience (July 9-July 26, 2014), help with participant registration and activity, and assist with the implementation of program surveys. They will also assist Peer Mentors and the Nature of Life Coordinator as necessary. Training and preparation will begin in late June.