Peer Facilitator (TEMP)

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University of Michigan
# Peer Facilitator (TEMP)
## Responsibilities
Peer Facilitators (PFs) serve as upper-class peer mentors to students enrolled in UNV 100 "First Year Experience" courses. Peer Facilitators will work closely with faculty members teachng the various sections of UNV 100 and with the Coordinator for General Education to support the First Year Experience course. Peer Facilitators will help introduce new students to the university as a place of higher learning emphasizing the importance of the university''s general education program. Peer Facilitators will serve as an academic role model and educational coach both inside and outside of the classroom encouraging students to take responsibility for their educational success. While Peer Facilitators may offer constructive criticism regarding student work, Peer Facilitators are NOT teaching assistants and do not grade student performance.
## Required Qualifications
University of Michigan-Flint student. University of Michigan-Flint faculty recommendation. Minimum GPA 2.50. Familiarity with campus resources. Attend UNV 100-01, Journey to Latin America, M/W 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
## Desired Qualifications
Experience working with first year students. Experience working with faculty. Successful completion of UM-Flint''s UNV 100.
## U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Job Opening ID: 96519
Working Title: Peer Facilitator (TEMP)
Work Location: Flint Campus Flint, MI
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Regular/Temporary: Temporary
FLSA Status: Nonexempt
Organizational Group: Flint Provost
Department: Flint Provost
Posting Begin/End Date: 5/29/2014 - 6/03/2014
Salary: $9.00 - $9.00
Career Interest: Temporary Job Opening

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