BPK Peer Mentorship - Peer Mentor Application 2021/2022
BPK PM: Mentor Application
Please complete this Websurvey and send your resume to email@example.com. Provided that you and the role fit each other well, we will follow up with an interview. All applicants will be contacted, regardless. Best of luck. (There may be some lengthy answers; a paragraph will be sufficient, but please, express yourself as needed.)
Q1 . General Information:
Name (First and Last): :
SFU Student ID: :
SFU E-mail: :
Phone Number: :
Projected Year (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th etc.): :
One thing you've been relaxing/keeping yourself engaged with :
Q2 . Do you use Facebook? (Mentees may use this, and we will have a BPK PM Facebook page.)
Q3 . Which BPK concentration are you specializing in?
Q4 . What is your cGPA?
2.50 - 3.00
3.00 - 3.50
Q5 . How many units will you have completed before the next fall?
Q6 . When do you expect your final semester to be (prior to graduation)?
Q7 . Aside from english, do you speak other languages? If so, how fluent are you for each?
Q8 . Are you able to make a one year commitment from June 2021 to April 2022?
Q9 . To the best of your knowledge, are you available (presumably online) this summer for training? This will include general Peer Mentor and BPK-specific training, and will take ~5 hours.
Q10 . Which SFU campus do you spend most of your time in? Select all that apply.
Q11 . Please select the choice that best describes your experience with BPK Co-op:
Yes, I have completed 0 work terms.
Yes, I have completed 1 work term.
Yes, I have completed 2 work terms.
Not yet, but I intend to apply.
No, I do not see myself applying for BPK Co-op.
Q12 . If you have had experience with SFU co-op, what was your previous position and where did you work?
Q13 . Tell us a bit about yourself and why you would you like to be a BPK Peer Mentor. What do you hope to get out of being a PM?
Q14 . Please list 3 traits relevant to succeeding as a Peer Mentor. Briefly describe how you demonstrate these traits.
Q15 . Describe 1-2 previous leadership, volunteer, and/or extracurricular experiences that will help you succeed as a Peer Mentor.
Q16 . What is your favourite way of taking a day off from studying? What are some of your interests or hobbies outside of school?
Q17 . In 2 -3 sentences, how would your friends and family describe you as a person?
Q18 . What are potential career plan(s) that you are considering? Feel free to elaborate, if you're comfortable.
(Optional question, being a great mentor doesn't correspond to career plans! It's definitely okay to not have/disclose a specific goal in mind. This may be used for helping to pair mentors and mentees later on.)
Q19 . What would you do if you had a million dollars?
Q20 . I have thoroughly read the roles and responsibilities of a BPK Peer Mentor, as described on the BPKSA website. To the best of my knowledge, the information for my application is complete and honest.
Q21 . Is there anything else you'd like to tell us? This can include your hopes and dreams after undergrad.
Simon Fraser University
Session Expires: 2022-07-03 05:58 PM