Apply to be a P.A.L.S. Mentor
P.A.L.S. peer mentors are student leaders who are committed to encouraging growth and success in first-year students as they transition to UNLV.
Being a mentor allows you to:
- Improve your communication and interpersonal skills
- Develop leadership and organizational qualities
- Gain a sense of fulfillment and personal growth
- Give back to the UNLV community
- Grow your professional network at UNLV
Requirements and Responsibilities
All mentors must be upperclassmen (sophomore-senior) in the College of Education and show exceptional ability to succeed academically, adapt to college life, and demonstrate the qualities of an effective leader. As a mentor, you are required to meet with your mentee monthly, attend a monthly progress meeting with the program coordinator, and support College of Education events for one academic year (August-May). Mentors will have a case load of 5-10 mentees.
Mentors are compensated at an hourly rate. NSHE regulations state that no NSHE student employee may work more than twenty hours per week across NSHE institutions (UNLV, CSN, and Nevada State).
To learn more about the position, view the PALS Peer Mentor Job Description document.
The application for the 2022-2023 academic year has closed.
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