Become a member of GL Zone!

Are you an involved student on campus, or looking to get more involved? Then GL Zone is a great opportunity to get connected and maximize your experience. The program offers various opportunities of involvement for all students as a Peer Mentor, e-Mentor or part of the Volunteer Squad. 

GL Zone peer mentor positions (E-mentor and Peer Mentor) are now open for 2020-2021! Apply now for a chance to join the peer mentor team! See the sign-up form below for more information.

Why join the team?

  • Belong to a group that shares the same values as you (other mentors)
  • Reinforce your community involvement
  • Gain valuable leadership skills & experience
  • Grow professionally and academically
  • Help foster a supportive and inclusive campus community
  • Further develop your conflict resolution, problem solving and communication skills
  • Improve yourself by helping others & developing your own goals
  • Contribute to the success & happiness of your fellow students

Expectations

  • Communicate with mentees in person or through email
  • Communicate with the Program Coordinator when you have questions/concerns
  • Set boundaries and expectations with your mentees
  • Be inclusive to all students
  • Have extra availability at the beginning of each term to help mentees
  • Be resourceful and informative about resources and opportunities at Glendon (ex. Career & Skills Development Centre)
  • Have fun! Mentorship should be a mutually beneficial and rewarding relationship, not an obligation, so enjoy the experience!
  • Peer Mentors spend 2-4 hours per week at the kiosk, while e-Mentors complete 0-2 hours per week.
  • Peer Mentors focus on in-person engagement with the community while e-Mentors focus on the virtual connection with their mentees and the community.
  • The Volunteer Squad members would be expected to get involved in helping with major campaigns & events that GL Zone and other departments host (ex: Red & White Day, Leadership Summit, Open Houses and more).

 

Devenez Mentor | Become a Mentor

  • Les pairs mentors passent 2 à 4 heures par semaine au kiosque, tandis que les e-mentors effectuent de 0 à 2 heures par semaine. Les pairs mentors se concentrent sur l’engagement en personne avec la communauté, tandis que les e-mentors se concentrent sur la connexion virtuelle avec leurs mentorés et la communauté. L’équipe de bénévoles aide avec des campagnes et des évènements que Zone GL et autres départements organisons (comme la Journée de rouge et blanche). *** Peer Mentors spend 2-4 hours per week at the kiosk, while e-Mentors complete 0-2 hours per week. Peer Mentors focus on in-person engagement with the community while e-Mentors focus on the virtual connection with their mentees and the community. The Volunteer Squad helps out during major on-campus events such as Red&White Day...