Manager of the Office of Student Life and Development
General Building Room G-516
Effective/Dynamic Public Speaker
Challenging - The challenger encourages a student to go beyond their own level of comfort. They guide a student to take on activities that might initially seem challenging.
Pathfinding - Pathfinders will guide students to participate in activities and organize experiences to learn and grow. They help students look at the "bigger picture" when planning and selecting their pursuits.
Double-Loop Learning Focus - a double-looped learner is a person who, in the process of solving one problem, always learns strategies on how to solve other problems and prevents similar problems from reoccurring.
Managed Learning - This process includes the act of setting goals and being an active planner in establishing those objectives. Through intentional, frequent self-evaluation of performance, progress and following up on specific activities, a student learns to further their own development.
To qualify as a PSIM, you must:
Applicants must be available to attend all Academic Basics Training sessions (dates listed below):
|Monday, April 20||12:45pm - 2:00pm|
|Tuesday, April 21||12:45pm - 2:00pm|
|Thursday, April 23||12:45pm - 2:00pm|
|Tuesday, April 28||12:45pm - 2:00pm|
|Thursday, April 30||12:45pm - 2:00pm|
Again, please note that all training days are required.
Peer Support Initiative Members (PSIM) will be able to work up to 35 hours a week throughout a 7-week period starting
All positions under the PSI umbrella are part-time, seasonal positions and will be compensated in the following ways: