Work for Project RAISE
Project RAISE (Regional Alliance in STEM Education) focuses on increasing the number of Hispanic and low-income transfer students who complete bachelor’s degrees and enter careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Project RAISE employs CSUF students in many roles, including:
Peer Advisors (PAs) – mentor new transfer students at CSUF as part of the RAISE Transfer Program and visit partner community colleges to connect with students before they transfer. PAs work during academic semesters with optional summer work with the Undergraduate Research Experience. PAs must be transfer students or enrolled in NSM/ECS.
Student Assistants (SAs) – staff the Transfer Resource Center, a space for all CSUF students to study and engage with Project RAISE staff.
Human Services Interns (HUSR) – serve in similar roles as PAs and assist with RAISE Transfer Program (RTP) activities. HUSR interns must be HUSR transfer students.
Graduate Assistants (GAs) – support Project RAISE staff and activities. GAs must be transfer students.
Project RAISE will be accepting student staff applications for fall 2020.
Check back in the spring semester for more information, or talk with any Project RAISE staff member to learn more.