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Honors Envoy

We are currently accepting Applications for Spring 2022 Honors Envoy positions!  Applications are due by Friday, November 12, 2021.

Being a member of the UHP Envoy at ISU means you are an enthusiastic and dedicated representative of the Honors program.  Envoy members support Honors Leadership, are deeply involved in UHP work and recruitment, and become the face and representative of the UHP and its student members.  There are typically five Envoy positions available every Fall and Spring semester.  Specific Envoy position duties vary by semester and the current needs of the program.

As an internship position, Envoy positions are semester-long terms (available each Fall and Spring semester) and include a $300 scholarship and a stipend of approximately $300 (at $9 per hour, paid over the semester). 

Please contact Dawn Brooks (208.282.1312 or broodawn@isu.edu) or Lori Tapanila (tapalori@isu.edu or 208.282.1402) with any questions.

Spring/Fall 2021 UHP Envoy Positions 

Event Planning Envoy

UHP Recruitment & Director's Assistant Envoy

UHP Recruitment & Application Envoy

Alumni Relations Envoy

Communications Envoy

 

Honors Peer Mentors

We are currently accepting Applications for 2022 UHP Peer Mentors positions!  Applications are due by Friday, November 12, 2021.

Honors Mentors provide Honors students a resource on campus that they can rely upon to answer questions related to their education, the university, and even personal matters. Their knowledge of ISU campus resources and professional training offer new Honors students with a reliable advocate for a successful college experience.

 

UHP Student Club

The UHP Club's purpose is:

  • to enhance educational and social opportunities for outstanding students
  • to organize Honors related social and service activities
  • to encourage alternative forms of learning and evaluation with an emphasis on group discussion
  • to encourage the development of new Honors classes
  • to develop leadership skills
  • to promote service in the community and surrounding areas in order to encourage excellence of heart as well as of mind

The UHP Club hosts a variety of social and service events throughout the academic year, 3-4 events a month. Recent club events include: capture the flag orientation event, Veterans Home visits, a Halloween pajama party, a President's Day treasure hunt, Rake-A-Wish for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Fall Carnival, and the end of the year Floats and Votes Party.