Facilitate small group icebreaker activities and individual one-on-one conversations with incoming students in attendance.
Confidently deliver presentations to peers and adults.
Assemble class schedules, based on college and departmental requirements, for the college assigned (Foster College of Business, Slane College of Communication & Fine Arts, etc.).
Event planning, leadership and problem-solving skills.
Hourly pay of $10.50 during the spring and fall semesters.
Pre-taxed stipend of approximately $4500-$5000 from the beginning of the training period until the conclusion of Session #13. Approximately 6 stipend checks will be issued with the first in mid-late June and the last in late August to early September.
Free housing in an on-campus residence hall from late May to late July. (Exact dates will be determined later)
All meals will be included during the training period. Lunch and dinner will be provided on the first day of all orientation programs, breakfast and lunch on the second day with either a dinner provided post-session on either a Tuesday or Friday. Weekends and Wednesday meals are not included when sessions are taking place but some food will be available in the orientation office on off days.
Registration of this job as an internship (0-3 credit hours) and possible Experiential Learning credits (EL tagged course) that can be applied to your degree requirements.
Networking and post-job reference opportunities with faculty, staff and University administrators.
Free uniforms: (t-shirts, polos, team jackets and backpacks).