The Common Read Task Force selects up to 15 students to serve as book fellows who help to integrate the Common Read program at Angelo State. The purpose of our Common Read is to reinforce our message to first-year students about the importance of reading, civil discourse and shared inquiry. As a book fellow, you will help us reach all corners of the university. The book fellow’s position allows you to:
You will work in small groups with various faculty and staff to promote and support the Common Read Program and selected book. Book fellows are assigned to specific activities and events related to the common read. Engaging, interacting, and conversing with students, the book fellows will be expected to explore and discuss topics and themes from the book. The time commitment for the book fellows is roughly two hours a month throughout the academic year. As a way to increase outreach and connection while promoting and encouraging student engagement across campus, some book fellows may be delegated to Residence Life or specific dorms, student organizations, academic departments and student support offices.
The Common Read Book Fellows position is open to students of all majors. Applicants must have the following qualifications:
As incentives for this work, book fellows will receive the following:
For more information about the program, expectations, or responsibilities, contact Sara Weertz, Common Read chair, at 325-942-2595 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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