Action Learning Mentors

Action Learning Mentors are trained student leaders who design and coordinate activities supporting teachers in the classroom which:

  • Cultivate a strong personal desire and commitment to a UVU education,
  • Foster an attitude which supports personal growth and development,
  • Develop effective approaches for study, deep learning and life-long learning,
  • Establish meaningful and supportive relationships with professional community partners,
  • Build and facilitate action learning activities which reveal and engage student genius.

As an Action Learning Mentor, you will be trained, supported and compensated by the Office of Student Involvement. You will find great satisfaction as you lead other students and assist faculty in their Action Leaning Expeditions and Activities.

To learn more about building student engaged learning experiences and becoming an Action Learning Mentor, visit the Office of Student Involvement (LC 208), call us (801-863-6227), view our recent events on YOUTUBE, email us at studentinvolvement@uvu.edu , or visit our monthly calendar. Visit today, get involved today!

Sema students

Working with Professor Todd Low, students built a great professional partnership experience with major automotive companies at the 2012 SEMA Conference in Las Vegas.