The application window for Teagle Undergraduate Student Mentor positions is currently closed.
During the spring of 2020, The Teagle Foundation awarded Lerone A. Martin, PhD, Associate Professor of Religion and Politics and Director of the American Culture Studies Program (AMCS), in conjunction with the College Prep Program (CPP) at Washington University, a grant to facilitate a student academic experience centered around a newly structured course, “Citizenship and Freedom: From Plato to Maya.” Student scholars of the College Prep Program participate in this opportunity by way of course work, civic engagement projects, and an immersive overnight trip to further support their learning experience and development.
The primary role of the Undergraduate Student Mentor is providing programmatic support under direct supervision of the Graduate Fellow for the Summer Academy course (M-F 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.). During the Academic Year Session, the Undergraduate Student Mentor will participate in trainings and course preparation. Read more here…
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