All MHC students, regardless of class year, language background, major, or previous experience, are eligible to apply to work as SAW Peer Mentors. SAW hires, educates, and places MHC students as SAW Peer Mentors to partner with faculty in courses across the disciplines and to staff the SAW Center in Williston Library.
The SAW Peer Mentor position is a paid position and requires a commitment of up to 10 hours of work each week.
The application process for the upcoming academic year will begin in Fall 2013, mid-semester. When applications become available, they will be posted to this webpage. You will be able to download and submit your application electronically. You may also pick up a hard copy application from the SAW Center.
Hard copies of application materials should be submitted to the SAW Program Office in Dwight 214-A or sent via email attachment to Kimberly Jeffers [firstname.lastname@example.org], SAW Administrative Coordinator, by December 15th.