Funded by a Campus Quality Fee, the Student Assistant Mentorship Program (StAMP) aims to enhance the student employment experience on campus. StAMP provides resources for staff and faculty that work with student assistants on campus.
Your role as a supervisor and mentor is crucial to student assistants' personal and professional development. Even a modest amount of time can make a difference in the lives of student employees. Familiarize yourself with the contents of the StAMP booklet or website, use the resources in the Mentor Toolbox, and follow these three steps to help your Student Assistant have a successful employment experience.