The College Success Program offers exciting employment opportunities for Eastern University students enrolled in a graduate program or in a traditional undergraduate baccalaureate program. Qualified applicants will be enthusiastic and passionate about supporting students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Applicants for Graduate Mentor or Peer Mentor Positions Should Submit the following:
- Graduate Mentor or Peer Mentor application form
- Cover letter expressing interest
- Current resume
- Two letters of recommendation from individuals who can speak to your qualities and experiences that would be relevant to the performance of the responsibilities of a CSP mentor
Mail Your Application Packet To:
1300 Eagle Rd
St Davids PA 19087
or Email: email@example.com
or Campus Mail: Sharon Thompson, CSP Coordinator - Walton Hall, Office 220
Job Descriptions and Applications
See below for the job descriptions and applications for graduate mentors and undergraduate peer mentors.
The College Success Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (CSP) employs two graduate students (one male, one female) to work as CSP Graduate Mentors for the academic year. The CSP is designed to support undergraduate students diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder as they navigate academic and social life on the St Davids campus. Under the supervision of the CSP Coordinator, CSP Graduate Mentors live in the residence hall near the CSP students, encourage social interaction, and provide academic coaching, social programming, and after-hours support when needed. This is a residential position for fall and spring semesters. Compensation includes a grant for six (6) credits of graduate tuition for each fall and spring semester and room and board for the same period. (Summer housing will be considered on a case by case basis.) For more information, contact Sharon Thompson, CSP Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-654-2378 or Lisa Hemlick, CCAS Director at email@example.com or 610-341-5837. All Graduate Mentor positions have been filled for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Undergraduate Peer Mentor
Do you enjoy supporting others toward achieving their highest potential? Do you want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder while honing your helping skills in a fun, team-oriented context? Are you patient, organized, self-motivated, and open-minded? The College Success Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (CSP) is looking to hire 3 Peer Mentors for the 2021-2022 academic year to provide social and academic support to students enrolled in the program. Male candidates are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants will be a sophomore or above residential undergraduate student in good standing. The following qualifications are highly preferred but not absolutely required: have documented previous work experience with individuals with autism spectrum disorder or in another human services related field, have a valid driver’s license. Training and supervision are provided. This is an Eastern Campus Employment position that requires a commitment of 8-10 hours per week. Contact Sharon Thompson, CSP Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-654-2378 for more information.
The CSP Undergraduate Peer Mentor works directly with students in traditional undergraduate programs who are enrolled in the College Success Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (CSP). View the full job description.
Peer Mentor applications are due by April 1st of the Spring semester preceding the academic year for which you are applying to be a mentor. For example, applications for the 2020-2021 academic year are due by April 1, 2020. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a case-by-case basis after the application deadline as long as positions remain open. Peer Mentor applications are still being accepted for 2021-2022.
Download and complete the Peer Mentor application form and submit it with your other application materials (see above):