Undergraduate Students

All 2013-2014 POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

New Student Orientation has several different leadership opportunities for underclass students to be involved in.  For 2013-2014, the opportunities include Student Coordinators, Team Leaders, Blue Crew Counselors, and Orientation Leaders.

The responsibilities for the different positions include:

STUDENT COORDINATOR

  • Assist NSP with all aspects of the planning and implementation of Orientation programs for the fall, spring and Camp Blue
  • Serve as a primary coordinator responsible for one or more of the following:  Academic Engagement, Camp Blue, & Transportation, and Orientation Programming (see below for more information)
  • Serve as the Peer Supervisor of the Team Leaders, Blue Crew Counselors, and Orientation Leaders
  • Assist with all aspects of orientation staff recruitment including but not limited to:  marketing, staffing information tables, holding meet and greets with various student groups, conducting group and individual interviews, and making final recommendations for selection
  • Assist with all aspects of orientation staff training and development
  • Assist with development of all publications and marketing materials
  • Assist with all aspects of planning and implementing Family Weekend
  • Assist with providing quality customer service in person and via electronic and telephone communication
  • Assist with general office tasks including but not limited to copying, faxing, filing, and running errands
  • Serve as student representative on assigned committees as assigned
  • Other Orientation duties as assigned-this position requires walking long distances, standing, walking up & down stairs, some light lifting.

AREAS OF CONCENTRATION-to be assigned  

  • Academic Engagement
  • Camp Blue
  • Orientation Programming (2) 

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TEAM LEADER 

  • Assist NSP with all aspects of the planning and implementation of Orientation programs for the fall, spring and Camp Blue
  • Serve as a primary leader responsible for one or more of the following:  Spiritual Engagement and Commuter, Diverse Populations, Parent & Family, and Transfer programs (see below for more information)
  • Serve as the Peer Supervisor of the Blue Crew Counselors, and Orientation Leaders
  • Assist with all aspects of orientation staff recruitment including but not limited to:  marketing, staffing information tables, holding meet and greets with various student groups, conducting group and individual interviews, and making final recommendations for selection
  • Assist with all aspects of orientation staff training and development
  • Assist with development of all population specific publications and marketing materials
  • Assist with planning and implementing Family Weekend
  • Assist with providing quality customer service in person and via electronic and telephone communication
  • Assist with general office tasks including but not limited to copying, faxing, filing, and running errands
  • Serve as student representative on assigned committees as assigned
  • Other Orientation duties as assigned-this position requires walking long distances, standing, walking up & down stairs, some light lifting.

AREAS OF CONCENTRATION-to be assigned  

  • Commuter Programs
  • Transitions Welcome
  • Parent & Family Programs
  • Transfer Welcome

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BLUE CREW COUNSELOR

  • Attend all staff training and development
  • Camp Blue: Assist with the planning and implementation of Camp Blue, serve as a primary student leader for assigned team of First Year Students throughout Camp Blue,
  • Move In: Work move-in day at assigned location as a Blue Crew Leader
  • New Student Orientation: Assist Team Leaders with assigned programming during new student orientation (i.e. Spiritual Engagement & Commuter, Parent & Family, Transfer, Diverse Populations, and Social), other Orientation duties as assigned-this position requires walking long distances, standing, walking up & down stairs, some light lifting.

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ORIENTATION LEADER

  • Return to campus two-three days before first-year move-in day
  • Attend all staff training and development
  • Move In: Work move-in day at assigned location,
  • New Student Orientation: Serve as a primary student leader for all team time discussions, work collaboratively with the assigned faculty/staff welcome team member, assist with President’s Welcome, Opening Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, take attendance and ensure evaluations are completed, collected and returned to NSP office
  • Other Orientation duties as assigned-this position requires walking long distances, standing, walking up & down stairs, Serve as a primary student leader for all team time discussions 

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If you're interested, fill out an application as well as the recommendation form and send them to mflanagan1@udayton.edu