Coordinator, Al's Pals: Lynette Campos, M.Ed
Team Leader: Caylee O'Connor
Assistant Team Leaders: Leslie Barton; Jasmine Blaire; Alyssa Campbell; Jaime Carraway; Fiona Coupe; Khiante Falls; Madeline Keeney; Allyson Pitzel; Marco Santana;Caitlin Strohm
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AlsPalsUA
Instagram - @alspalsUA
Twitter - @AlsPalsUA
We are NOW recruiting for Fall 2016!
SKILLS DEVELOPED INCLUDE: Civic responsibility; conflict management/resolution;
adaptability; decision making.
MISSION: To enrich the lives of children in the Tuscaloosa community through one-on-one mentoring with university students.
PURPOSE: Al's Pals mentors are required to commit weekly one afternoon Monday through Thursday from 2:45-5pm to serve elementary students in 1st - 5th grade at one of our local school sites during the whole semester.
Each year, over 1,000 university students serve as mentors and Student Leaders to help their mentees with homework, reinforce reading and math skills, and join them in enrichment and recreational activities.
How to become a mentor:
Step 1 - Apply HERE for returning mentors and new mentor applicants!
Applications are rolling and will be accepted until August.
Step 2 - Interview! All interviews take place in the Career Center in the Ferguson Center.
New applicants will interview in August - September.
Step 3 - Have an up-to-date background check. Options for a background check are:
Email us a copy of your current completed background check from
previous employment or volunteer activity.
Risk Mitigation: This is through the university and costs $23.
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Step 4 - Orientation! More information upon selection.
Step 5 - Have fun enriching the life of your mentee!