The Freshman Frontier Program is looking for engaging and enthusiastic students who are interested in spending five weeks with FFP students as peer counselors this summer.
FFP is a five-week, residential summer bridge program designed to provide academic support and community engagement for incoming, first-year students who want a jump-start on their college experience. The peer counselor role is a paid, residential position that will last from Tuesday, June 27, to Sunday, Aug. 6.
Application packets can be picked up in Coughlin Hall 125 and are due Friday, Feb. 10, by 4 p.m.
For any questions regarding the application or peer counselor role, email JohnRae Stowers, FFP director.