As a UA Little Rock Orientation Leader, you will learn more about the university than you ever thought possible, become a member of a dynamic team, and develop your leadership skills in a supportive and collaborative environment. During Orientation, Orientation Leaders work with students and their family members to ease them through the transition to becoming Trojans!
The application process is competitive, so make sure you are on the lookout for when the application is released in the fall for Orientation 2018!
Responsibilities as a UA Little Rock Orientation Leader:
- Welcome new students and family members to UA Little Rock
- Lead small groups with incoming students and family members
- Explain university processes and procedures to new students
- Represent the university and what it means to be a UA Little Rock Trojan in a positive manner
Benefits of a UA Little Rock Orientation Leader:
- Extensive leadership training
- Expect to grow, learn, and enhance your leadership and communication skills
- Opportunities to network and make connection with UA Little Rock Faculty, administrators, and staff
- Orientation Leaders will receive a stipend during the Summer
- Recognition as one of UA Little Rock’s outstanding student leaders
- Have fun!!!
Qualifications of of A UA Little Rock Orientation Leader:
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (exceptions may be made on a case by case basis)
- Good academic and judicial standing
- Must be able to attend all the Mandatory Dates of Employment listed in the UA Little Rock Orientation Leader application including retreat, training’s, and new student orientations. If you know you are unable to attend one of the dates please share that in your application so it can be taken into consideration.
- Maintain an undergraduate status with a minimum of 6 credit hours during the 2018 Spring and 2018 Fall semester
- Positive attitude, willingness to learn, hard working, and enthusiasm for UA Little Rock
- Must be reliable, punctual, flexible, energetic, responsible, team player, and demonstrate strong communication skills
- Demonstrate and promote a courteous, prompt, and accepting toward everyone
- Accommodate special conditions of the position: ability to work long hours that begin early in the morning and that end late at night, ability to conduct tours or remain outside in the heat for periods of time, stand for extended periods of time, and be responsible for transporting materials to orientation sites as needed.
- Must sign and uphold the terms of the UA Little Rock Orientation Leader Agreement Form