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Student Mentor


This is a Full-time position in Baton Rouge, LA, United States, LA posted October 14, 2021.

**Description:**Work from anywhere
– become a Student Mentor and get paid to share your college experience!

Our platform connects prospective students with current college students to learn about a program, hear your experience, and get insights on school fit and culture.Download the GradGab App in the IOS App store, build your profile, set your schedule, and start today!**What you’ll do**: As a Student Mentor, you’ll set your schedule, select the types of things you can speak to (e.g.

general experience, transferring, social life, dorm life, specific majors, clubs, or activities), and get matched to hold video chats/tours with prospective students who want to learn about YOUR experience.**Why it matters:** Did you know 37% of students transfer at least once?

And ~40% of students drop out?

Poor “social fit” is cited as one of the top 3 biggest reasons for these
– help prospective students understand what it’s really like on your school’s campus!**Responsibilities:**
– Create your profile to highlight specific areas/interests that you can speak to prospective students about (e.g.

your current major, student government, dorm life, greek life, athletics).
– Set your calendar and keep it up to date so prospective students can find times that you are available to share your experiences with them!
– Accept requests from prospective students to hop on an audio/video call to answer questions they have about your experience at college.

For those that don’t have specific questions, we will provide some common “informational chat” questions that help prospective students get a better picture of what college is really like!**Skills you’ll learn:**
– “Your pitch”
– Refine the way that you introduce yourself and share your experiences (great practice for how to pitch yourself in future job interviews)
– we provide some great resources that can help if you want to use them!
– Presentation skills
– Learn to lead a Q&A and highlight exciting characteristics about your school and its culture
– Leadership
– Become a campus leader and help prospective students everywhere connect with your school.
– Time management
– Set and manage your own schedule.