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Seeking Posse Mentors for New York Posse 3, 4 & Chicago Posse 15
The Posse Foundation identifies diverse public-school students who are primarily first-generation, under-represented and academically high-achieving. These students demonstrate extraordinary leadership potential. As natural leaders they make an unforgettable impact on the college campuses that they attend.
What is the Role of a Posse Faculty Mentor? The Posse mentor is responsible for helping his/her/their Posse have a successful college career. That connection between mentor and scholar often goes beyond the college career into the professional career. In the first two years while on campus, the mentor does this by meeting with the Posse members individually and as a group. In support of the faculty mentor there is a reduced class load in the first two years.
If you wish to nominate yourself or another faculty member, please email Marina J Melendez, Posse Coordinator, & Dean of Juniors & Seniors, Transfers, or email Jefferson Singer. Seeking Faculty Mentors for: Commitment Start Date
Chicago Class of 2027 Posse 15 Mentor? Summer 2023
New York Class of 2026 Posse 3 Mentor? Summer 2022
New York Class of 2027 Posse 4 Mentor? Summer 2023
Feel free to contact any one of the following faculty mentors: Michelle Dunlap, Faculty Mentor of the Class of 2024, Posse 1 Shani Collins-Achille, Faculty Mentor of the Class of 2023, Posse 11 Maria Cruz-Saco, Faculty Mentor of the Class of 2024, Posse 12 Jennifer Rudolph, Faculty Mentor of the Class of 2022 Andrea Lanoux, Faculty Mentor of the Class of 2021
Hip Hop/House Workshop "Technique Within Your Groove"
Join Tatiana Desardouin for a Hip Hop/House Workshop "Technique Within Your Groove" Friday, Feb. 19 and Friday, Feb. 26 from 5:30-7:30pm via Zoom! This workshop is open to the Connecticut College Community! Tatiana is one of Dance Magazine's 2020 "25 to Watch!" rsvp by Feb. 18 to firstname.lastname@example.org for the zoom link. rsvp by Feb. 25 to email@example.com for the class of Feb. 26 zoom link
New Global Sustainable Development Goals Internship Program
The Walter Commons is pleased to announce the launch of our new Global SDG Internship Program developed in partnership with CISLA and in consultation with the Hale Center for Career Development and the Office of Sustainability. The program provides grants of up to $2,500 in support of international internship experiences for students seeking careers in public service. This unique opportunity will allow students to engage with pressing 21st-century challenges through hands-on experience in countries outside of the United States and Western Europe. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until April 15, 2021, with priority given to those submitted from qualified Juniors prior to March 1, 2021. To learn more, attend an info session Thursday, February 11 from 12-1 pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
SCS Remote Groups Spring 2021
Student Counseling Services is offering multiple support groups this semester. Please see our site for a list of all groups and to sign up!
Apply to be a Senior Admission Fellow
This role mainly consists of interviewing prospective applicants and composing written evaluations of interviewees. Fellows play an important role in building future classes of Camels. Applicants must be rising seniors who are interested in representing and promoting Connecticut College to admission visitors. Find the full job description under CamelWeb's job postings. Please submit completed applications and additional materials by Friday, March 12 at 5 p.m. ET. Students chosen for personal interviews will be notified shortly thereafter.