Paid Student Leader Opportunities
The Honors College is seeking outstanding student leaders to serve as Mentors in Residence, Community Liaisons, and Lead Ambassadors for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Honors College student leaders have the opportunity to:
- Further develop leadership, teambuilding, public speaking, and event planning skills
- Meet and work with community leaders, University staff, and administration
- Use creativity to help support the mission of the Honors College
- Become part of a tight-knit community of fellow student leaders
- Utilize and improve time management and organizational skills
- Receive a modest stipend (amount varies by position)
- Model the latest in student leader apparel – Honors College gear included!
- Must be an Honors College student in good academic and judicial standing
- Maintain good academic and judicial standing as defined by Honors College school of enrollment
- Must be actively progressing towards completing Honors College requirements
- Strong interpersonal skills & ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with diverse students, staff, and faculty
- Ability to effectively manage time and multiple projects
- Demonstrated desire to learn and develop new skills
Important Dates and Required Training
- Attend Student Leader Training on Thursday, May 10, 2018
- Attend Student Leader Training from Sunday, August 26 - Wednesday, August 29, 2018
- Support Honors College Welcome Days events from Thursday, August 30 - Monday, September 3, 2018
- Attend weekly staff meetings during the 2018-19 academic year on Fridays from 1-3 p.m.
- Attend at least one monthly in service throughout the 2018-19 academic year
- Attend the Honors College Student Leader Retreat on Monday, January 21, 2018
- Support all official Honors College events throughout the 2018-19 academic year
Apply for a Mentor in Residence Position
Honors College Mentors in Residence are live-in, part-time, student leaders within the Honors College residence hall. Mentors in Residence work to support first-year Honors College students in their transition to college life through academic success mentoring, collaborating with Honors College faculty and staff, and supporting the overall mission of the Honors College first-year experience. The Mentor in Residence position offers students an opportunity to work in a team to develop their personal leadership and organizational skills while creating and facilitating exciting programs and out-of-classroom activities for Honors College students. Together, these individuals work collaboratively to establish and build community while facilitating communication among students, faculty and staff.
Questions may be directed to Carly Conroy, Coordinator for Admissions and Student Affairs.
Apply for a Community Liaison Position
Honors College Community Liaisons live and serve alongside their peers by developing and executing programs designed to promote academic excellence, service learning, social justice/diversity, global awareness, leadership, and collaboration. Community Liaisons work with the Honors College staff to foster a sense of community among all honors students residing in their respective communities and promote the Honors College’s mission of curiosity, knowledge, and purpose.
Questions may be directed to Laura Stone, Program Coordinator for Student Affairs.
- Application Deadline: February 19, 2018
- Position Description: Download the Community Liaison Position Description
- Application: Apply Now!