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Title: Office of New Student Programs Orientation Student Leader Program

Office of New Student Programs Orientation
Student Leader Program
What is an Orientation student leader?
  • Orientation Student Leaders (OSLs)
    are a prestigious group of
    students who are recognized and called upon for
    their leadership and contributions to the life
    and culture of the university and New Student
    Programs activities.

What will your responsibilities be as a
Orientation student Leader?
  • Welcome new students and family members to the
  • Lead discussion groups with incoming students and
    family members
  • Assist in the preparation, organization and
    presentation of orientation activities, materials
    and programs
  • Explain academic opportunities and procedures to
    incoming students
  • Acquaint new students and their families with the
    campus and campus services
  • Be a team player in supporting a diverse team of
  • Perform tasks responsibilities as assigned to
    ensure a successful New Student Orientation and
    other New Student Program activities
  • Share your Aggie experience
  • Other duties as assigned

What are some of the qualifications?
  • Positive attitude and enthusiasm for the
  • Display a prompt, courteous and friendly attitude
    toward all
  • Must be a full-time returning student for the
    academic year
  • Maintain an undergraduate full time status during
    the academic year
  • Good academic and judicial/disciplinary standing
    (minimum cumulative GPA 2.8)
  • Must have earned 12 credit hours by the end of
    the 2011 Fall Semester

What are some of the qualifications? Cont
  • Must be free and able to participate in all the
    mandatory activities listed below
  • Training Team Meetings
  • Retreats Winter and Summer
  • New Student Orientation Summer and Spring
  • Southern Regional Orientation Workshop (SROW)
  • SROW Skit Practice Fall and Spring Semester
  • Welcome Week Training and Activities (as needed)
  • Community Service Project Fall and Spring
  • Must be reliable, punctual, energetic,
    responsible, flexible, a team player, and
    demonstrate strong verbal communication skills.
  • Must live in the provided residence hall during
    the summer New Student Orientation program
  • Due to the considerable time commitment involved
    you will not be able to take classes during the
    first session of summer school unless its an
    online course
  • Must sign and uphold the terms of the Orientation
    Student Leader Contract
  • This is mandatory with rare exceptions.
  • Please do not apply if you are unable to meet
    this criterion.

What are some Benefits?
  • The benefits of being a OSL include many
    opportunities to build and improve your
    leadership abilities, self-confidence and
    communication skills.
  • Our extensive training program makes OSLs some of
    the best informed, well connected, and close-knit
    dynamic group of student leaders at AT.
  • In addition, OSLs become well-known,
    well-respected and successful through the OSL

Additional Benefits?
  • Extensive leadership training
  • Consideration for future leadership employment
  • Opportunities to network and make connections
    with AT faculty, prominent administrators and
  • Recognition as one of ATs outstanding student
  • Able to Register for Classes Early
  • Have Fun!
  • Selection to this 30 member team is a unique
    honor and a rewarding opportunity for personal
    and professional growth.

  • Each leader will receive approximately 2,250.00
    with the break down as follows
  • Salary 1,400.00 (Subject to state and federal
  • Room 29.00 - (Housing is provided from
    beginning of summer training until the last
  • Board (Meals) 621.00 - (Meals are provided from
    beginning of summer training until last session)
  • Uniform 200.00- Staff uniforms included
    (1)polo shirt, (3) t-shirt,
    (1) jacket, (1) backpack, and (1) cap

Selection process
  • Applications are due NO LATER THAN 5 P.M. on
    Monday, September 19, 2011. When submitting your
    application, please keep the job description for
    your reference. Your application is not complete
    without your supplemental materials (resume,
    cover letter, and headshot) which are submitted
    to the Office of New Student Programs in Murphy
    Hall, Room 102.
  • Before being invited for an interview, applicants
    will be screened based on the information
    contained in the application.
  •  On Thursday, September 22, 2011, candidates
    selected for interviews will be notified by the
    Office of New Student Programs with information
    pertaining to the interview process. Interviews
    will take place September 26th-30th.
  • Final notification will take place in front of
    the Dudley Building on Thursday, October 6, 2011
    at 700pm.

How to Apply

Stay connected
  • Office of New Student Programs
  • Murphy Hall, Suite 102
  • 336-256-2212

NCATSU Office of New Student Programs