Want to be a totally famous celebrity in the Class of 2017 Facebook group? (I’m not kidding. Just ask BZOD about his experience.) (Well, you can’t because he’s currently somewhere between Quito and Hartford.) Elisa Cardona—or The Artist Formerly Known as Elisa Del Valle—has got the perfect opportunity for you:
The Orientation Program is seeking four interns to assist with the planning and implementation of the Orientation Program for the incoming Class of 2017 and the new transfer, exchange, & visiting students. Interns plan both International Student Orientation (ISO) and New Student Orientation (NSO) with position responsibilities varying based on specific assignments. As an intern, you will work with professional staff in creating interesting, informative programs and activities for new students.
The internship will be June 3 – September 1, 2013. Compensation is $8.25/hour plus on-campus housing. Interns will work 35 hours/week.
Click here toapply online
Applications are due by February 1st at 5:00 p.m. Students who will be returning to Wesleyan in Fall 2013 are eligible to apply. Selected candidates will be interviewed mid-February and notified before spring break. If you have questions, contact Elisa Cardona (ecardona@wes).
Deadline: February 1 (hey, that’s Big Boi’s birthday)
Like helping people? Want to return to campus early next semester? Do you enjoy 18 year-olds? Then apply to be an Orientation Leader! The deadline for applications is March 25th. If you have any questions, e-mail Tim Shiner at Tshiner@wes.
Love Wesleyan? Need a summer job? Be an Orientation Intern.
The Orientation Office is looking for five interns for next summer’s team. In this semi-professional internship- learn about large-scale event management and higher education administration, and help lead one of the most important events on campus: the welcoming of new students to the University. The positions come with a stipend and housing.
Deadline: THIS FRI – Feb 6th
Contact Tim Shiner at tshiner@wes
[Thanks to Jess French Smith ’09 for the tip]
Johanna Richlin ’08 inspired me with her impassioned story about being an Orientation Intern, and so obviously I am happy to post the contents of the email she sent us:
I was one of 5 Orientation Interns last summer, and it was an incredible opportunity to get to really know this place behind the scenes. While interacting with administrators, faculty, and students, I was able to put together events of my choosing, as well as collaborate with others on how to introduce Wesleyan to the incoming class of new students. At the end of the summer, I felt immense pride in the work that I did, and the relationships I had created. As a graduating senior, I can safely say that being an Orientation Intern was one of the best decisions of my Wesleyan career.
I strongly encourage others to get involved in this way, and check out the job description posted here.