PEACE Keeper - Mentors
PEACE Keepers are social justice peer mentors and leaders who are committed to fostering a positive, equitable and inclusive campus environment. As ambassadors of the PEACE Program and the Intercultural Center, PEACE Keepers serve as role models to their mentees, as well as to the student body at-large.
What do PEACE Keepers do?
Having gone through their first year at Roger, PEACE Keepers know exactly what it’s like to be a freshman. PEACE Keepers serve as resources to help their mentees with college adjustment, learn about the wealth of resources on campus, and provide guidance, support and advocacy.
As social justice leaders, PEACE Keepers also help foster their mentee’s learning and growth in the areas of identity, diversity, equity and inclusion. This is achieved through one-on-one mentoring, engaging mentees in campus events, facilitating group seminars, and assisting mentees with their social justice group projects.
PEACE Keepers understand that learning is a life-long process. They engage in professional development and actively and continually build upon their knowledge, awareness and skills.
How do I Become a PEACE Keeper?
PEACE Keepers undergo a highly selective application process. Qualifications for an ideal PEACE Keeper includes:
- Demonstrated experience in leadership roles.
- Excellent team player and capacity to work collaboratively with others.
- Ability to engage actively in small and large group settings, as well as foster community connections within and outside the PEACE Program.
- Possess a solid foundation in social justice concepts, such as equity, advocacy, power, privilege, oppression and intersectionality.
- Professionalism, maturity and excellent interpersonal skills.
- Self-awareness, intellectual curiosity, and humility.
- Highly organized, ability to multi-task, and excellent time management skills.
Position announcements are made at the beginning of each spring semester. Positions for the 2017-2018 academic year have been filled.