Office of Engagement and Inclusion
Alumni Memorial Union, Suite 121
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Applications to become a RISE mentor can be found in Handshake.
If you need assistance creating a Handshake account, please contact the Career Services Center at (414) 288-7423.
Students who are selected to be mentors for RISE are called upon to help usher first year, first generation students of color into Marquette. We strive to develop leaders who are committed to their roles because they understand the impact of assisting their peers on the Marquette campus. In modeling leadership, they contribute to a broader objective that aims to help students succeed and thrive at Marquette. The mentor position is a paid position.
Expectations of RISE mentors include participating in on-going training and reflection to help them become more aware of themselves as leaders and to better serve the needs of the students they mentor. Some topics included in training and reflection include the following:
RISE mentors are also invited to attend and coordinate educational and social gatherings with the students in their RISE cohort. Examples of these group (pre-pandemic) programs have included the following:
The application and selection of RISE mentors occurs in the spring semester. Application requirements are available on Handshake.
As a high-level leadership position within RISE, we require full commitment to the role of RISE Leader.
Due to the continued effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, all dates and modalities are subject to change. We ask for your grace and flexibility, and we will continue to communicate transparently as we continue to plan.
• Four RISE training dates throughout the spring semester (exact dates will be made available to selected mentors)
• Three RISE meetings with first year students (July – August)
• RISE program on August 23 and 24 (virtual unless otherwise noted)
• Follow-up monthly mentor trainings (September through November 2021 for the fall semester)
• Monthly check-ins with mentee groups in fall semester 2021
If you have questions about becoming a mentor, please contact Clara Dwyer, Assistant Director in the Center for Engagement and Inclusion.