Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center

Ujima Mentoring Community Faculty and Staff Mentors

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  • Provide an employment experience for one or two first year students from underrepresented cohorts.
  • Initiate individual meetings with students weekly to facilitate personal, professional and academic adjustment.
  • Provide a written report on the work mentoring relationship at the end of each semester.
  • Develop short and long term goals for first year students relevant to their academic and intellectual success.
  • Attend Ujima Mentor training/orientation; Pathways welcome event and end of the year recognition/appreciation event.

For more information contact the Center at (937) 775-5645 or