Jan 22, 2009 - Paul Mann
Arcata – Humboldt State University is accepting applications for resident mentors and teachers to provide tutoring and other college preparatory services at the 2009 Summer Academy financed by TRiO Upward Bound, the federally funded program that helps limited-income high school students whose parents do not have a college degree.
The on-campus academy will run from June 26 until Aug. 1. Resident mentors receive $1,700, plus room and board. The application deadline is Feb. 25.
Upward Bound teachers are paid $25.00 per classroom hour. Applications are due March 24.
The summer program is geared to youngsters in grades nine and 10 and enables them to live on the HSU campus and obtain intensive instruction in core classes.
Application packets can be picked up at the TRiO Upward Bound office in Nelson Hall East Room 203, or email email@example.com to request one.
Further information is available at 826-3558.