Responsibilities to USU ArtsBridge Scholars Being Mentored
• To dialogue with assigned scholars about individual projects by email, phone or meetings once a week (or as needed) and submit a short weekly progress report to the program director via email or phone when appropriate.
• To review and provide feedback on lessons and weekly project plans.
• To observe each assigned scholar a minimum of twice per project round, provide feedback to them and turn in observation reports to the program director.
Responsibilities to USU ArtsBridge Program
• To promote interest in USU ArtsBridge among faculty and students in their departments, provide information on ArtsBridge America policies and procedures, and serve as liaison with the USU ArtsBridge program director.
• To attend USU ArtsBridge orientations, conferences, exhibitions, performances, and ceremonies as time permits.
• To assist in the recruitment of new scholars, by promoting and providing information on USU ArtsBridge to potential scholars in your arts department.
USU ArtsBridge faculty mentors will receive a maximum of $700 per USU ArtsBridge scholar mentored for a full 24-hour project. This full honorarium entails weekly site visits to the assigned host classroom, co-teaching as needed, as well as ongoing weekly mentoring with your scholar. Honoraria will be determined by the length of the project and the level of faculty involvement in a project. Projects with less faculty involvement will receive reduced honoraria.
Mentors will be paid following a project, based on the hours committed. Payments are coordinated through Kathy Nielsen in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership (435)797-0374 email@example.com. The timely delivery of honoraria is dependent on your completion of all required paperwork within the deadlines dictated by Utah State University’s payroll system. Payments that do not meet the deadlines will be issued for the next cycle.
See “Extra Service Compensation” worksheet for required paperwork.