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Become an Orientation Leader

Apply to be an orientation leader during Marian's 2019 Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR) summer programs! We hope to see you at our fall activities fair and orientation leader call-out sessions, which will be held during the fall 2018 semester.

How do you apply?

The 2019 orientation leader application will go live November 1 and remain open until January 21.

To apply, you must submit your resume in response to the posting on Handshake AND complete a Qualtrics application, which will be linked on this web page. 

Why participate?

As a new student orientation leader at Marian University, you will:

  • Develop valuable leadership and communication skills that will translate to your career.
  • Add an amazing experience to your resume that you can talk about in job interviews.
  • ​Have a ton of fun at SOAR, Welcome Week, the retreat, and staff training sessions.
  • Meet and build strong connections with students, staff, and faculty.
  • Meet the new incoming students, giving them a familiar face once they arrive back on campus.
  • Get paid hourly, fed frequently, and receive some awesome Marian University swag!
Orientation Leader Callout Flyer
Apply to be an Orientation Leader
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