Summer BUILD Mentor Application Summer BUILD Application Compensation: $16.99/hour through Work-Study or Volunteer (Field units may be possible with a summer course) Deadline: Friday, May 5, 2023 Interviews: To be scheduled over Zoom throughout May Orientation: in person on June 5, 2023 OR July 5, 2023 First Day: June 5, 2023 OR July 6, 2023 Sites/Schedules Fill out this application to be considered for a Summer BUILD Literacy Mentor job. Mentors either earn an hourly wage through Work-Study, earn field studies units, or serve as volunteers. Before submitting an application, read the Summer Mentor Job Description (web version). For the short answers below, we recommend writing your responses in a Word document, and saving it before inputting, as answers will be lost if you view a prior page. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org New Applicants: Fill out all fields. Please note: we have a limited number of positions for new mentors and are prioritizing returning mentors. Returning Mentors: Fill out all fields except the “Short Answers” at the end I. Contact Information and Background First Name (as it appears on your identification) Last Name (as it appears on your identification) Lived First Name Pronouns Berkeley Email (required) Non-Berkeley Email Phone Birthday (month/day/year) SID (if not a Cal student, enter your school or program name) Expected Graduation Year Are you a transfer student? –None–YesNo Are you a first-generation college student, meaning your parents, guardians, or grandparents did not attend college? –None–YesNo What is your major? African American StudiesAmerican StudiesAnthropologyArchitectureArt, History ofArt, Practice ofAsian American StudiesAsian StudiesAstronomyBioengineeringBusiness AdministrationCeltic StudiesChemical BiologyChemical EngineeringChemistryChicano StudiesCivil & Environmental EngineeringClassical CivilizationsClassical LanguagesCognitive ScienceComparative LiteratureComputer ScienceConservation & Resource StudiesDevelopment StudiesDutch StudiesEarth & Planetary ScienceEast Asian Languages & CulturesEconomicsElectrical Eng & Computer SciencesEngineering ScienceEnglishEnvironmental EconomicsEnvironmental Economics & Policy (CNR)Environmental Economics & Policy (L&S)Environmental Engineering ScienceEnvironmental Sciences (CNR)Environmental Sciences (L&S)Ethnic StudiesFilmForestry & Natural ResourcesFrenchGender & Women’s StudiesGenetics & Plant BiologyGeographyGermanGreekHistoryIndustrial Eng & Operations ResearchIntegrative BiologyInterdisciplinary Studies FieldItalian StudiesLandscape ArchitectureLatinLatin American StudiesLegal StudiesLinguisticsMass CommunicationsMaterials Science & EngineeringMathematicsMechanical EngineeringMedia StudiesMicrobial BiologyMiddle Eastern StudiesMolecular & Cell BiologyMolecular Environmental BiologyMolecular ToxicologyMusicNative AmericanNear Eastern StudiesNuclear EngineeringNutritional SciencePeace & Conflict StudiesPhilosophyPhysical SciencesPhysicsPolitical Econ of Industrial SocietiesPolitical SciencePsychologyPublic HealthReligious StudiesRhetoricScandinavianSlavic Languages & LiteraturesSocial WelfareSociety & EnvironmentSociologySouth & Southeast Asian StudiesSpanish & PortugueseStatisticsTheater, Dance & Performance StudiesUndeclaredUrban Studies What is your residential status? –None–In StateOut of StateInternational Hometown What languages do you speak other than English? Gender (hold SHIFT to select multiple) Cisgender WomanCisgender ManTrans Woman/TransfeminineTrans Man/TransmasculineNonbinary/GenderqueerAgenderOtherDecline to State If you selected “Other”, or would like to provide details about your gender identity, please do so here. Racial or ethnic identity (optional) –None–American Indian/Alaskan NativeBi-Ethnic or Multi-ethnicAfrican/African-AmericanAsian/Asian-AmericanChican@/Latin@WhitePacific IslanderI do not identify with the above optionsDecline to State If you would like to provide details about your race/ethnicity, please do so How did you hear about this program? –None–Public Service Center StaffPublic Service Center WebsiteCalSOClass PresentationDirect ReferralDrop-inEmailE-NewsletterFacebookFlyerOtherRecruitment FairWord of mouth Would you like to subscribe to the Public Service Center’s monthly newsletter that lists community events, service and leadership opportunities, scholarships, and more? The Public Service Center is committed to raising funds for those who need it. Please share your financial aid status with us to help us make this happen. (Please check all that apply.) Note: 65% of undergraduates receive some form of financial aid Not Eligible for Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligible Work-Study Eligible Pell Grant Eligible The Public Service Center is committed to making our programs accessible to all students. If accommodations, including mobility accommodations, would make this program accessible to you, please email email@example.com before the application deadline. II. Schedule Please List your Summer Availability from July 1-August 9, 2023 below. *** College Corps Fellows: Please include your availability for June. *** (Note: We understand summer schedules are tentative, please keep us updated as your schedule is finalized.) Earliest Time You Can Start Mentoring (allow 15 minutes transition time – if you have class until 11am, list 11:15 am or later as your start time.) Latest Time You Can Mentor Until (allow 15 minutes transition time – if you have class until 11am, list 11:15 am or later as your start time.) Monday –None–Not Available9:00am9:30am10:00am10:30am11:00am12:00pm12:30pm Monday –None–Not Available11:30am12:00pm12:30pm1:30pm2:00pm2:30pm3:00pm3:30pm4:00pm4:30pm Tuesday –None–Not Available9:00am9:30am10:00am10:30am11:00am12:00pm12:30pm Tuesday –None–Not Available11:30am12:00pm12:30pm1:30pm2:00pm2:30pm3:00pm3:30pm4:00pm4:30pm Wednesday –None–Not Available9:00am9:30am10:00am10:30am11:00am12:00pm12:30pm Wednesday –None–Not Available11:30am12:00pm12:30pm1:30pm2:00pm2:30pm3:00pm3:30pm4:00pm4:30pm Thursday –None–Not Available9:00am9:30am10:00am10:30am11:00am12:00pm12:30pm Thursday –None–Not Available11:30am12:00pm12:30pm1:30pm2:00pm2:30pm3:00pm3:30pm4:00pm4:30pm Friday –None–Not Available9:00am9:30am10:00am10:30am11:00am12:00pm12:30pm Friday –None–Not Available11:30am12:00pm12:30pm1:30pm2:00pm2:30pm3:00pm3:30pm4:00pm4:30pm What age group (and language) do you prefer?: –None–No Preference – Place me where I am most neededElementary SchoolMiddle SchoolElementary aged Spanish/bilingual youth What format of mentoring (1:1 or group) would you prefer? –None–1:1 readingSummer camp, group activitiesMix of 1:1 & group activitiesNo preference – interested in either Paid BUILD mentors and units mentors must work at least 2 days/week. (Volunteers can work 1 day/week). How many days a week do you hope to work? –None–12345 Do you have access to a car (relevant for mentoring in person)? –None–YesNo Have you worked with BUILD or Summer BUILD before? –None–YesNo If yes, do you hope to work at the same site? –None–YesNo Please indicate whether you are interested in Work-Study, course credit, or volunteering: –None–Work-studyEducation 197 course creditVolunteerCollege Corps HoursOther course credit (Dept of Dance or Ethnic Studies) If you selected Work-Study, check your Work-Study allocation for the 2022-2023 year and enter it here (You must have Work-Study to get paid): If you don’t yet know your allocation for the upcoming year, you can estimate based on your last allocation. Because mentors interact with minors, you will most likely need a background check. Are you willing to be fingerprinted? –None–YesNo Do you have any dietary restrictions or allergies? (Vegetarian/Vegan/Gluten Free) Are you able to watch an orientation video before starting? –None–YesNo III. Short Answer Questions If you are a current or returning BUILD mentor, skip this section 1. Why are you interested in being a BUILD mentor? 2. Describe your past experience working with youth or tutoring: 3. Describe two skills you would bring to your work as a mentor and give examples of how you’ve applied these skills in the past: 4. What skills do you think you will need to learn to be successful in this position? 5. What extra-curricular activities are you currently involved in? 6. Do you agree to the BUILD requirements outlined in the Summer Mentor Job Description (web version) -None-NoYes 7. Are you applying as a College Corps Fellow? -None-NoYes 8. If you are applying as a College Corps Fellow, how many hours are you able to commit to BUILD from June through July?