The Office for Graduate Diversity is seeking graduate student mentors who are interested in increasing the diversity of students applying for graduate school by mentoring undergraduate students. As a GiGS mentor, you may be working with first-generation college students who are unfamiliar with the path to graduate study. Mentors meet with mentees at least three times per semester and maintain responsive email correspondence with mentees. Mentors will receive a $1,000 stipend for the year ($500 per semester). Read more about the benefits and responsibilities of GiGS mentorship. To be considered, apply online by August 16, 2019.