Student Leadership Opportunities
STATEMENT ON DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
The Office of Student Transitions (OST) strives to hire a wide range of student leaders. Because of this, diversity and inclusion play an important role in the entire hiring, training and employment process. OST aspires to create a campus environment that provides a welcoming presence with a fundamental respect for all individuals and groups. It is our hope that as you interact with our office you will see personal growth and gain a better sense of self-awareness in an environment that fosters integrity, respect, trust, openness, empathy, exceptional performance and accountability.
The Office of Student Transitions recruits over 200 undergraduate student volunteers and hires over 100 undergraduate student employees for various positions every year. OST looks for students that are dedicated to creating an open and welcoming campus community for its various student populations.
We also seek an individual for the Orientation program assistant role, with preference being given to a graduate student. This paid position includes room and board during the months of May and June. Applications are due March 25. Please see the job description below for full details.