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Roles and Responsibilities

A variety of people converge to make the C.H.A.M.P. program run smoothly, including fourth grade teachers, the C.H.A.M.P. director and assistant director, service-learning personnel, APU faculty, and APU mentors.

Fourth Grade Teachers:

Service-Learning C.H.A.M.P. Director:

The CHAMP director’s chief responsibility is to serve as a liaison/communicator between faculty of the university and teachers of the local elementary school, along with APU mentors. Other responsibilities include:

APU Faculty:

APU Mentors:
As mentioned above, APU mentors will be directly involved in developing classroom activities for their visits to the classroom. This will provide them the opportunity to own the program, to get first-hand experience in lesson planning and teaching, and to interact with the children in a meaningful way. APU mentors are also responsible to: