Summer Research Mentorship
What is a Summer Research Mentorship with LBR?
In short, being a Summer Research Mentor means gaining access to a multitude of learning opportunities, centered around building your skills to understand and communicate with others, especially about topics of race and culture. You will use these skills to connect with a high school student and support them, as they work to complete a community centered research project.
To learn more about what will be asked of you as a Summer Research Mentor please read the syllabus.
- You must be able to meet for one hour once a week with your mentee June-July. Mentoring sessions must be scheduled between 8:30am and 12:00pm Tue-Fri.
- You must be able to travel to Lower Brule for June 2 (6pm) - June 3 (12pm). Transportation will be provided from SDSU (depart 2:30pm) on the 2nd, hotel accommodations will be provided in Lower Brule that night, and transportation back to SDSU on the 3rd (return 3:00pm).
- You also are encouraged to travel to Lower Brule July 26th (12pm-4pm). Transportation will be provided to and from SDSU (depart 8:30am and return 7pm).