Student Employment Opportunities

Student Role Models
The Student Role Model program offers exciting challenges through hands-on activities facilitated by ISU undergraduate students in STEM majors. Through this program, Role Models visit classrooms, community centers, after-school programs, career conferences, and school fairs across the state. Role Models share their experiences about college life, inspire interest, and encourage K-12 students to pursue STEM fields. This is a paid position with great flexibility, allowing students to choose their own hours that fit best with their class schedules. Contact our Student Role Model Coordinator with any questions.

Transfer Peer Mentors
Peer Mentors play an integral role in aiding students with a successful transition to Iowa State University. Transfer Peer Mentors are upper-division female students who transferred to Iowa State and are pursuing a STEM degree. Peer Mentors are involved in creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for transfer students at Iowa State. The term of employment for Peer Mentors is an academic year. Hiring for these positions occur early in the spring semester.

Transfer Peer Mentor Job Description

Transfer Peer Mentor Application

Contact Sarah DuBois with any questions.

Leadership Peer Facilitators
The WiSE leadership peer facilitator is a student staff member who works with WiSE first-year students (majoring in a science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) majors) enrolled in Leadership Studies: Leading Through Service Learning (LD ST 291B -WiSE). LD ST 291B is a three-credit for grade course that can be applied to the Leadership Studies Program minor or certificate. Small group discussions are facilitated by WiSE leadership peer mentors. Students in the course will apply their leadership skills through STEM service-learning. Contact Alicia Herron-Martinez with questions. 

View Leadership Peer Facilitator application here.

Volunteer Opportunities

K-12 Outreach
Volunteers are needed throughout the year to assist with various programs and events, including the Go Further Career Conference. In both the Fall and Spring, over 1,100 8th-10th graders come to campus to participate in Go Further. Volunteers are needed throughout the day for various tasks and assignments. Contact Sarah DuBois with any questions.

Check the e-WiSE newsletter for the most current volunteer opportunities.