Peer Facilitation Program
Are you a graduate student interested in facilitation, leadership development, student life, higher education and community engagement? Well, the peer facilitation program is just the place for you!
The Peer Facilitation Program is looking for 3-4 graduate students, of various academic programs, who want to broaden their knowledge of leadership and its role in higher education within the Student Life community.
How it works
Working in a team of 3-4, you will take on the role of a Peer Leadership Facilitator (PLF) or Peer Leadership Advisor (PLA). The program takes place during the academic school year and is a work-study position. The Peer Facilitation Program aims to provide its members with the ability to build skills, find friends and create community.
The main responsibilities of the PLF role are:
- Co-facilitating leadership workshops including: Learning to Lead, workshops by request, grad workshops, ULead, conferences, etc.
- Must co-facilitate a minimum of 5 workshops per semester
- Participate in leadership team meetings and continued leadership development training
- Approximately 3-5 hours per week
The main responsibilities of the PLA role are:
- Leading the group of PLF’s through the year
- Co-facilitating workshops with PLF’s, staff and Mentor Facilitators
- Run/participate in leadership team meetings and continued leadership development training
- Approximately 5-10 hours per week
Opportunities for 2017-2018 are available now! Check out the Career Learnng Network (CLN) for more information
- Peer Leadership Facilitator – JOB ID: 103515
- Peer Leadership Advisor – JOB ID: 103516