Prospective Faculty Mentors
Our program is powered through a partnership between HBCU graduate students and California Community College faculty mentors. Our accomplished and innovative faculty mentors represent many different backgrounds and interests, yielding a range of intellectual opportunities, supported by the resources of the California Community Colleges. The success of a P2P intern depends on establishing a trusted relationship with a faculty mentor who can guide the student’s interest and foster the student’s professional development. The P2P program appreciates and honors the contributions and commitment of its faculty mentors.
Potential P2P Faculty Mentors
Faculty Mentor FAQs:
Who can serve as a faculty mentor? A current faculty member at a California Community College in a tenured or tenured track position(in an academic discipline, counseling, library, or other professional areas).
How is the program conducted? Currently, the program takes place virtually in the spring term of the academic year (approx. 7 months).
What are the program commitments? A commitment to monthly meetings that take place the last Friday of the month (Currently being delivered virtually) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (PST).
Additionally, faculty mentors are required to meet with their assigned HBCU Intern a minimum of 4 hours per month. These meetings are scheduled between the mentor and the student during times that work for both schedules.
When is the application period? October 15 through November 30
Is there a stipend for serving as a Faculty Mentor? Yes, a minimum of $5,000 is paid over the course of the spring term.