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Stamps Engaging Leaders

Stamps Engaging Leaders is a cohort-based peer-to-peer program connecting returning undergraduate students with first-year and transfer undergraduate students. The goal is to increase a sense of connection, engagement, and community within the Stamps undergraduate community. This is accomplished through peer-to-peer group interactions guided by Stamps Peer Leaders (returning Stampers) who are trained to deliver intentional points of contact and programmatic efforts to first-year Stampers, including transfer students.

Stamps Engaging Leaders aims to engage incoming new students in a hybrid format. Once on campus at the beginning of the fall semester, Stamps Peer Leaders have the responsibility to engage their respective cohorts of students with regular in-person and virtual check-ins throughout the first three months of school while connecting new students to campus resources conducive to students’ transitioning to college.

Recruitment and Application Process

Applications for 2022-23 are currently closed.

Stamps Peer Leaders are responsible for creating and maintaining connection and community within their cluster's participants. Throughout the first three months of the fall semester, Stamps Peer Leaders engage new students through various modalities by acquainting, referring, and educating new students to U-M and Stamps resources and campus culture. The selection and training of student peer leaders will take place at the beginning of each fall semester and monthly virtual check-ins with the group of peer leaders will be conducted. Being a Stamps Peer Leader is a paid opportunity and below are some things to keep in mind when applying for the position:

  • February-April 2022: Recruitment & Hiring
  • August 2022: In-person training
  • September-November 2022: Monthly check-ins
  • November 2022: Program assessment 1.0
  • April 2023: Program assessment 2.0