Be a member of the Partner School
Do you want to connect with a high school student, work with them on study skills, discuss college life, and serve as a mentor for someone considering going to college?
Then you should volunteer to mentor students at one of MTSU's partner schools in Nashville.
As a volunteer in the MTSU Partnership Program you will work with students in the AVID program which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, which is designed for students in the academic middle who have the desire to graduate and go to college. This is a great way to increase your communications skills and build your resume for the future.
MTSU is seeking volunteers for its AVID Partnership Program in the three schools listed below.
Antioch High School East Literature Magnet School
Glencliff High School Overton High School
Please contact Doug Williams ( firstname.lastname@example.org or 494-7800) if you want more information or to apply.
OVERTON HIGH SCHOOL
EAST LITERATURE MAGNET SCHOOL
ANTIOCH HIGH SCHOOL
GLENCLIFF HIGH SCHOOL
Advertising: All University advertising, except for job postings, must be reviewed by the Office of Marketing and Branding before it is purchased (Procurement Services Policy IV: 06:01).
Please contact Doug Williams (email@example.com or 494-7800) before placing advertising in any media, including but not limited to newspapers, magazines, television, radio, outdoor, theater and advertising sponsorships. We will work with you to plan advertising strategies and ensure proper value in our media buys. We would like at least four weeks’ notice, but we can speed the review for emergency situations.
Logo Use: We are often asked for MTSU wordmark and logo files. We are happy to work with you to make sure that your project is within University standards and is suitable for your goal.
Prepublication Review: We’re required by the Tennessee Board of Regents to officially number and keep track of University publications, but our mission is much more than that. Focusing on students and the academic goals of MTSU, we strive to present the University accurately and favorably to the world. We do this while working to meet the specific creative and visual needs of student groups, faculty, University administrators, and all the departments, schools, and colleges at MTSU. For more information, contact Kara Hooper at (615) 898-2896 or 2875 or firstname.lastname@example.org