Our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes promote an integration of academic study with learning outside the curriculum, ensuring the emotional well-being of students. We do this by fostering relationships between students, staff and faculty, in our diverse set up with a diverse student body.
The role of the resident mentor team is to create these opportunities for students to have meaningful relationships with other students, faculty and staff outside of the academic set up. The resident mentor team ensures that the residential life is vibrant and active and helps build a diverse and inclusive campus community. This is done through structured initiatives within the university and unstructured interactions that are designed by the resident mentor team.
The role of a resident mentor is a unique role developed in our university and is largely based on fundamental principles of positive engagement and care ethics. The resident mentor on campus are proactively engaged rather than only reacting to student and campus needs.
Suitable candidates for this position will have experience and/or demonstrate keen interest in:
- Experience of living with and actively engaging with young adults.
- Communication and teamwork with diverse groups of individuals.
- Coordinating and managing hostel for the student age group between 17 to 26 years.
Prior training and experience in counselling or mentoring students of that age group will be an added advantage.
Please email us the following documents to <firstname.lastname@example.org> with the subject line’ Application for Resident Mentor’:
- Covering letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Name, address, email ID with designation of three referees
- Completed Application Form