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Orientation Staff Selection: Applications Open

Monday, January 28, 2013

12:00 AM-12:00 AM

Orientation Leader (OL)
Orientation Leaders serve as a crucial component of the New Student Orientation (NSO) Program and are charged with assisting new students and families with their academic, social, and cultural transition to the Drexel University community. In collaboration with other NSO staff members, OLs assist in assimilating new students and families in areas such as academic study, social support skills, and awareness of campus policies, activities, and services.

Orientation Assistant (OA)
Orientation Assistants support the New Student Orientation (NSO) Program by serving as panelists, guides, and office assistants during NSO sessions in July and group leaders during New Student Days in September and Family Weekend in November. OAs are trained as Orientation Leaders in the event that an OL can no longer perform his/her duties.

There is one common application for both positions. All OAs will be selected from the OL applicant pool.

Selection Timeline:

View the Info Session presentation & video, download the Orientation Staff Position Description, and ask questions on the Drexel OL Selection Facebook Page:
WEEKS 4 - 5
Applications Open: Mon, Jan. 28 – Fri, Feb. 8
Click on the link above to apply.
WEEKS 6 - 8
Group Interviews: Mon, Feb. 11 – Fri, Feb. 15
All qualified applicants will participate in Group Interviews. 
Individual Interviews: Mon, Feb. 25 – Fri, Mar. 1
All finalists will interview with the Director of New Student and Family Programs
Offers Made: Wed, Mar. 6
Good luck!
  • Completed one full quarter of academic study at Drexel University by end of Winter 2013.
  • A 2.5 cumulative grade point average throughout the term of employment.
  • Full time enrollment in classes or co-op for the upcoming fall term.
  • May not be enrolled in summer courses or hold an outside job or co-op that would interfere with the position.
  • OLs must be available for every Orientation session (summer and fall), New Student Days (September), and Family Weekend (November). OAs must be available to work 10 - 20 hours per week. Exceptions may only be negotiated before employment.
  • Ability to work long hours, early mornings, and late nights.

Contact Information

Carlos Guillen

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