2017-2018 CBL Application Process

CBL Student Staff Positions

Mount Holyoke College Community Based Learning Program accepts applications from interested and qualified students for: Community Based Fellowships, CBL Course Mentors, and Administrative Program Support and Tutor Program Liaison positions for the academic year.

CBL positions are awarded on a highly selective basis, in consultation with CBL Staff, Mount Holyoke College faculty and staff, and our CBL Community Partner Organizations. Applicants for ALL CBL Staff Positions should first review: Eligibility, Requirements and Expectations section of this website the follow the application process below.

ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION

ADVISING & APPLICATION PROCESS

Attend your CBL Advising appointment. Based on your eligibility and interview your CBL Advisor will either assist OR recommend next steps:

  • Assist: in creating an action plan to: secure a CBL Independent Study project, create a CAUSE volunteer service learning project, contact the Youth Partnerships Coordinator about tutoring options, enroll in a CBL course, OR explore other CBL Program credit or volunteer options available.
  • Recommend: you submit a JobX Application, Resume & Cover Letter to be considered for one of our CBL paid positions. Application to the program does not guarantee placement.

SELECTION & ENROLLMENT

Students accepted into the 17-18 Program, will receive a Fellowship Offer via email within 2 weeks of their interview. In order to be officially hired accepted students will need to confirm their year-long (Fall 17-Spring 18) commitment via email. All students new to the program are required to enroll in: CBL CUSP 202 Fall and CBL CUSP 203 Spring courses.