The Thornton Center is looking to recruit graduate students to serve as academic mentors for their student-athletes during the spring 2022 semester in the Thornton Center. Academic mentors can foster first semester student-athletes’ long term development by helping them build strong academic skills like organization, time management, effective communication, and study habits.
The Thornton Center is looking for graduate students who are:
- passionate about working with students
- enthusiastic leaders
- strong academic role models
- effective communicators
- professional and reliable
More information about the academic mentor positions and how to apply can be found on the Thornton Center webpage.