SEE Program Counselor Positions

Multicultural Affairs is accepting applications for 2009 Scholastic Enhancement Experience (SEE) Program Counselors.

SEE Counselors spend two weeks in the summer helping underrepresented first-year students build a strong community and learn how to be successful as a Truman student. SEE Counselors will receive $500 and free room and board during the SEE Program. 

SEE Counselors are responsible for: serving as role models to program participants; monitoring students in a residential environment to ensure individuals are in compliance with Residence Life and University policies and regulations; organizing social activities and workshops that will positively impact the participants academic and personal growth; serving as the bridge between the participants, Multicultural Affairs and the University; and building strong community between scholars while having a positive influence on their initial Truman experience.

The 2009 SEE Program will run from Aug. 9-20. SEE Counselors will report for duty Aug 6. Applications are due by 5 p.m. April 3.  Applications and more information can be found on the Multicultural Affairs website at under the SEE Program. For more information, contact Bertha Thomas at or 785.4142.
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