Peer mentoring and teaching assistance for a year-long first year cohort.
TGC Peer Mentors [are] upper class students who provide peer mentoring for the first year students. The TGC Peer Mentors offer assistance with writing, help students navigate their transition into college life and often provide a sounding board for students, modeling excellent student leadership in the classroom.
March 2013 - May 2014
Served within the office of the Vice President of Student Development.
"The Gordon Presidential Fellows Program offers exceptionally talented students the opportunity to develop their leadership potential through unique exposure to senior leaders, substantive work assignments, and horizon-broadening educational opportunities.
Modeled on the highly competitive, highly effective White House Fellowship, the Presidential Fellows Program affords Gordon students the chance to work directly with one of the College’s Cabinet officers (known as the Fellow’s "Principal"), who mentors the student through a yearlong fellowship. Through their work assignments and special mentoring opportunities, the Fellows learn firsthand the process of leading a major institution. The Program aims to catalyze the leadership potential of a select group of students, equipping them to assume positions of major responsibility within ten to fifteen years of graduation.
Gordon Presidential Fellows work approximately ten hours per week in the office of their Principal, advancing the College’s mission by assisting with an array of responsibilities. In addition to this substantive work placement, Gordon Presidential Fellows participate in a yearlong series of seminars and workshops led by President Lindsay. The Fellows’ educational program will enhance their leadership development by exposing them to senior leaders visiting the Gordon College campus or located in the greater Boston area.
Teacher's Assistant: Philosophy
September 2011 - May 2014
-Host review or tutoring sessions
-Assist with class discussions
-Read and grade student papers
Representative at Large
Gordon College Student Association
September 2011 - May 2012
-Cater to student needs as they arise
-Lead committee which developed inter-school relationships
Political Science and Government, Philosophy