Positions Available

The Peer Navigator team is a well-rounded diverse group of students who work together to support and welcome new students and their families to MCC. The team will have 8-10 students on the team. Below are the different type of Peer Navigator positions open for applicants.

First-time College Student Navigator

A lot of MCC students are in your position! Maybe you graduated from high school or earned your high school equivalency this year, or maybe you graduated a while ago, and have decided to go to college for the first time. As a Peer Navigator, you will be prepared to approach college with a great team by your side, and the knowledge you need to succeed.

As a First-Time College Student Peer Navigator, you will:

  • Provide guidance and mentorship to other first-time college students at MCC
  • Provide the Peer Navigator team with perspective on the needs and wants of first-time college students

Current MCC student Navigator

If you’ve been at MCC for a while and are looking for a fulfilling way to broaden your reach in the MCC community, we would love to have you on our team. 

You will serve as an experienced voice on our team. Since you are already an MCC student, you already understand what it’s like to be a student here, and can help other students and new Peers acclimate to the community.

Adult Student Navigator

As an adult learner, your life might be different from some of your classmates who enroll directly out of high school. Many of our adult students have families, other jobs, and all the additional responsibilities of adulthood.

As an Adult Peer Navigator, you will:

  • Provide guidance and mentorship to other adult learners
  • Lend your unique perspective and voice to Peer Navigator planning sessions

Team Leader

(This person will be chosen mid-summer from among Peer Navigator staff.)

Our team leaders will show exemplary leadership skills, customer service, and reliability. This individual will be comfortable:

  • Delegating tasks
  • Organizing and preparing for events
  • Acting as a liaison between the Peers and other school staff and faculty