Apply for McGraw's Student Advisory Council

 

McGraw Center Undergraduate Student Advisory Council
The McGraw Undergraduate Learning Program receives over 9000 visits from Princeton undergraduates each year. Our range of programs touches on a wide variety of academic topics and issues at every stage of undergraduate study from pre-frosh to senior thesis. We are seeking diverse experiences, perspectives, and voices. These positions are open to all students; academic attainment (e.g. GPA) is not part of the selection criteria.  

1.    Do you want to share your perspective on Princeton academics and learning support?
2.    Do you want to influence academic support programming offered by the McGraw Center and its partners?
3.    Do you want to learn more about Princeton’s academic culture and help identify students’ needs?
4.    Do you want to learn valuable leadership skills by working collaboratively with a group of motivated, thoughtful students under the guidance of McGraw  administrators?

If so, the McGraw Center’s Undergraduate Program is currently accepting applications from freshmen, sophomores and juniors to serve on its student advisory council. McGraw wants your help in our efforts to communicate effectively with students, identify and respond to student needs, and to innovate strategically.  Advisory council members also serve as ambassadors of McGraw’s Undergraduate Program and as liaisons to other campus organizations, programs and departments.  Council members work in teams to explore issues, collect useful information and provide timely, actionable input to enhance McGraw’s decision-making processes.

The primary purpose of this council is to provide input on various aspects of the McGraw Undergraduate Learning Program, including goals and objectives, programming and initiatives as well as publicity. McGraw seeks the widest possible variety of student perspectives, experiences and voices on the council. Council members serve as the Center’s “eyes and ears” among undergraduate students and also serve as crucial conduits of information to Princeton students.

Expectations:
•    3-4 hour weekly commitment
•    Bi-weekly council meetings
•    Sub-group projects
•    Represent McGraw to campus partners