Humboldt State University

Child Development

Peer Mentor Positions

Advanced Child Development majors work side by side with faculty to provide feedback and support for students in specific classes.  These are typically paid positions and are usually a semester in length though may in some cases be year long appointments. Peer mentors are guided by faculty on developing skills in assessment and grading, giving constructive feedback and providing direction and guidance on assignments for students.  Child Development majors who have completed the prerequisite coursework apply through the Child Development Department.