ACCESS/TRIO SSS Graduate Student Mentor

Graduate Assistantship


This Graduate Assistantship is a campus-based leadership position for the ACCESS Scholarship program and the TRIO Student Support Service program. As a graduate student mentor, you will be providing a valuable service to both programs by mentoring our first-generation and low-income first-year students. In addition to mentoring, graduate assistants participate in professional development opportunities to enhance their mentoring skills. The Lead GA is also in a leadership role over our other graduate assistants working within our mentoring program.


  • Serve as a mentor to 14-16 first year students
  • Meet with each student once a week for 30 minutes (8 hours/week). You willset up the appointment times with the students to fit around yours and theirclass schedules.
  • Meet at least once every two weeks with your students' advisor (your students should all have the same academic advisor – 1 hour/biweekly).
  • Connect your students with campus resources.
  • Participate in bi-weekly 1.5 hour long mentor training throughout the year in order to become a CRLA Level 2 Certified Mentor. These training sessions include presentations from campus partners in The Office of Equity and Inclusion, Counseling Center, Wellness Center, University Sustainability, The Career Center, and more.

For more information on the role, visit:

Compensation and Hours:
10 Hours/Week Assistantship
~$16.67 per hour ($2,500 per semester)

To apply for the role, please complete our application found here:

For more information or questions, please contact Claire LeMoine, Assistant Director of ACCESS, at


Contact Name: 
Claire LeMoine
Contact Email: 
Expiration Date: 
Sunday, May 5, 2024