Pleasantville Sophomore Scoop Series
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What are Peer Leaders?
- Strong academic achievement
- A solid record of campus involvement
- Excellent communications skills
- A positive, pro-Pace attitude
- A desire to mentor new first year students at Pace
What do Peer Leaders Do?
- Assist the UNV 101 instructor as a teaching partner
- Share with UNV 101 students their Pace University experiences, insights and success tips
- Present regular updates for the class on upcoming Pace events, programs and opportunities of interest
- Have a strong connection to and understanding of the many support services and enhancements offered by Pace University
- Serve as mentors to first year students throughout their transition into Pace
Do Peer Leaders Get Paid?
All UNV 101 Peers receive a stipend of $400 for their work in the course, paid in two installments by the First Year Program Office.
For more information, contact:
Lambda Sigma is an honor society for second year students who have shown excellence in the fields of scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service in their college career. Chapters from all over the country choose 50 students who best represent the qualities that Lambda Sigma finds necessary in having a robust and successful experience in college. Lambda Sigma has made a name for itself on both Pace campuses with members going on to Executive Board and other leadership positions. Look out for Lambda Sigma events focused around service to our campus community throughout both semesters and to all first year students we encourage you to work hard because the benefits can include recognition by this prestigious organization!
For more information, visit the Lambda Sigma National Honor Society website or contact:
Interested in Becoming a Tutor?
For more information, visit the Tutoring Center website or contact:
Resident Assistant Positions
Visit the links below for your campus to find out about these exciting leadership positions.
The time has arrived for your charted success at Pace University to take new heights. Many of you may have become involved in a variety of co-curricular activities on and off campus. These experiences may have been through student leadership such as becoming an RA (Resident Assistant) or an OL (Orientation Leader), or perhaps you have become an active intramural participant and joined either a special interest, media or cultural group on campus.
If these ideas sound like something you would like to do but haven’t then we have a place for you to start! During the 08-09 academic year we surveyed your peers with regards to an interest in a sophomore organization. The interest ran high and the ideas were presented to cover the following areas:
- A central source of identity for sophomore students
- Educational programming geared towards the sophomore year
- Entertainment and activities for the sophomore class
If you and your peers are still interested in this organization we would be glad to help.
Want to get involved on campus? Can’t find a club that sparks your interest? Starting a new club or organization is an exciting learning experience. Students will gain leadership development and not for profit management skills and invoke their peers to support their cause through a series of meetings and presentations with the Student Association Executive Board and Senate.
For Pleasantville students, join your Class Council! As an initial step in taking ownership of both your campus community, creating school pride, and broadening your horizons this is an absolutely great way to start! Beginning in the Spring semester of 2010, the Center for Student Development & Campus Activities in Pleasantville will be bringing back Class Councils. The role of a class council will be to provide a sense of class identity, increase student participation on campus, and raise an annual fund for their senior year gift. Class Councils will be represented within our Student Government, will hold voting rights, and will have the ability to request funds for programs. Students of the Class will elect their peers into Executive Board positions nearing the end of the Spring ’10 semester for the following year. If you are interested in becoming a part of your Class Council, please visit the Center for Student Development & Campus Activities in the Kessel Student Center.
For New York City students, learn how to start a new club or organization by clicking on the link and reviewing the New Club & Organization Start-up Packet. Please contact Carmela Pastore at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and to schedule an appointment.
We hope that your Sophomore year is filled with new and exciting experiences that assist in the development of self, academia and others.
Visit the website for your campus to explore student organization leadership opportunities.
Student Development & Campus Activities
Kessel Student Center, Suite 229
Student Development and Campus Activities
41 Park Row, 8th floor
New York City Campus