Application Process

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Orientation Leader applications will open December 1st.

If you would like more information, please contact the Coordinator of Student Orientation & Transitions at newstudents@ualr.edu.


Step 1 – Apply:

The first step to becoming a UA Little Rock Orientation Leader is completing the online application. This application allows us to learn more about you and why you would be a good fit for the position. We want to learn more about your academic interests, previous work experience, personal interests and how this role will help you achieve your future goals. After submitting your completed application and reference you will be asked to sign up for a group and individual interview.

Step 2 – Round 1 – Group Interview:

During the Group Interview, you will be placed in a small group setting. The goal of this round of the interview process is to learn about how you work in a team environment and the role you play in a group. This interview will include activities that will help us better evaluate your communication skills, work ethic, team management, responsibility, and personal attitude.

*Please note that group and individual interview reservations will be canceled if an Orientation Leader Application is not received beforehand.

Step 3 – Round 2 – Individual Interview:

During the Individual Interview, you will meet one on one with the Coordinator of Student Orientation & Transitions. In this interview, you will be able to share your skills, previous experience, and goals in a more personal setting. This is an opportunity for you to share why you would make an excellent UA Little Rock Orientation Leader, so make sure to put your best foot forward!

Step 4 – Orientation Leader Training:

If you are selected to serve as a UA Little Rock Orientation Leader Orientation you will then be offered an invitation to complete the Orientation Leader Training. During the training course, Orientation Leaders will develop their knowledge about UA Little Rock, leadership, communication, and intrapersonal skills.