Mentor Recruitment

Mentor Volunteer Incentives and Benefits

Volunteer mentors are eligible to be recognized for their contributions to the Niijii program in two different ways. They may have their contributions recognized on their Co-Curriculum Record in the areas of Activity Participation and Professional Development. They may also receive a letter of recognition signed by the Dean of Science and Environmental Studies and the Vice-Provost of Indigenous Initiatives.

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Mentor Poster

https://youtu.be/YWAu8hOotUg

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Lakehead’s Niijii Indigenous Mentorship is actively looking to recruit volunteer mentors or tutors. If you are a current Lakehead student, a graduate student, or PhD student with a passion for science, tutoring, and/or education and have a little time to spare for a good cause please contact:

Contact Information

Lisa Harris, Niijii Coordinator, at amp@lakeheadu.ca or by calling 807-343-8528.

Chelsey Commisso, Niijii Intern, at outreach.amp@lakeheadu.ca or by calling 807-621-3065