Graduate Student Mentor

YSEALI

*Graduate Student Mentor for Month-Long International State Department Program on Environmental Issues

*Seeking to Hire Graduate Student Mentor for Month-Long International State Department Program on Environmental Issues

Part-Time Commitment: August 22 – September 19, 2018 with Students from Southeast Asia 

A great paid opportunity to share your passions as  you work with international student leaders!   The Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI): Study of the U.S. Institute (SUSI) on Global Environmental Issues is led by faculty in Climate Change Studies and Environmental Studies. This Institute brings twenty student leaders from Southeast Asia to Montana for one month. As this program takes place during the academic year, we are seeking four graduate students at an average commitment of 15-40 hours per week.  The program is a comprehensive look at global environmental issues and U.S. culture and society, integrating speakers from the University and the community; field visits throughout the region to places such as the Flathead Indian Reservation, Helena, and the Milltown Dam; a two-night visit to Glacier; and a number of cultural activities such as whitewater rafting, baseball games, concerts, etc.  We pay $12/hour plus expenses for trips beyond Missoula. Contact Deena Mansour at 
deena.mansour@umontana.edu.