2014 New Student Orientation Leader Application

THE ORIENTATION LEADER APPLICATION IS DUE at NOON ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, 2014. ANY APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED AFTER THEN WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. THANK YOU. 
 

What is an Orientation Leader?
  • Someone who is friendly, passionate, and involved at Gonzaga
  • Seeking to make a difference in the lives of our incoming freshman-the class of 2018- and transfer students
  • Committed to forever impacting the students they work with
What are the responsibilities?
  • You will be an influential first impression to our new students
  • Be responsible for a group of up to twenty-five students
  • Serve as a resource for incoming students for guidance, leadership, and friendship
  • Work closely with O-Core to prepare for the Orientation weekend
  • Additionally, leaders are required to meet multiple times before completion of the Spring Semester. Orientation is an amazing and fun filled weekend for everyone involved, but be prepared for the commitment.
The Interview Process:

THIS APPLICATION IS DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21st ONLINE.

Upon completion of First Round Interviews, if we feel as though we were not able to get to know you well enough, you may be invited to an individual interview.

The following dates are REQUIRED by all accepted applications.  If applying, please understand that (unless otherwise discussed) there are NO EXCEPTIONS to these dates.

Application Due Friday, February 21st at noon
Group Interviews
(choose one date)
Monday, February 24th: 6:30-9:30pm
Thursday, February 27th: 6:30-9:30pm
Friday, February 28th: 2:00-5:00pm
Acceptance E-mails TBA
Spring Training Sessions Sunday, April 27 (7:00 pm)
Return to Campus Tuesday, August 26
Orientation Weekend Wednesday August 29-September 1

Questions? Email us at: ORIENTATION@ZAGMAIL.GONZAGA.EDU for more info.

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Monday, February 24 Thursday, February 27 Friday, February 28
Select Your Job Preference (rank 1-4)
Rough and Tough: As a Rough & Tough member you will work behind the scenes to keep orientation running smoothly. This includes lots of physical activity but anyone can be useful. Additionally it is an incredibly fun experience.

Parent Support: As a Parent Support team member you will meet and talk with parents of new students. This job works with the Parent Orientation which is headed by Amy Swank.

Small Group Leader: As a Small Group Leader you will be in charge of leading a small group of new students and helping them transition to life in college. You will also help out with various aspects of orientation including orientation station, helping students move in, ect.

Super Group Leader: A a Super Group Leader you will be in charge of your own group of small group leaders. You will be the primary communication source between O-Core and all of the various student leaders helping out over orientation.





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