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   Host Institution     Internship Title                 NODA Region       Office Website                                         Job Description                                                                           Candidate Qualifications and Background
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Boise State           NODA Intern for      Idaho       Region 1: ( WA,                         If you are looking for an opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience with         2                Current       We are seeking a current graduate student in a            05/21/2012   Yes
UNiversity            Orientation                      OR, ID, MT, AK,                         student and family transition programs in a passionate and fun environment, then                         Graduate      master's program in Higher Education/Student
                      Programs                         BC, AB, SK, YT,                         Boise State is the place for you.                                                                        Student       Affairs. Applicants should illustrate a passion for
                                                       NT )                                                                                                                                                           student growth and development; demonstrate sound
                                                                                               New Student and Family Programs is responsible for the development, planning,                                          supervision and leadership skills as well as strong
                                                                                               and implementation of programs that aid new students and their families in their                                       communication and interpersonal skills, including
                                                                                               transition to the university and contribute to student success and retention. The                                      conflict resolution. Applicants should possess
                                                                                               NODA Intern for Orientation Programs will assist in the development and                                                excellent time management and organizational skills,
                                                                                               implementation of 9+ orientation programs for traditional age new students and 7+                                      a positive attitude, the ability to self-motivate and
                                                                                               orientation programs for transfer and non-traditional students. This is an exciting                                    demonstrate initiative, and the ability to work in a fast
                                                                                               time to work with transitional programs at Boise State as we are taking the summer                                     paced environment. Applicants must be prepared to
                                                                                               to complete a full program review. The NODA Intern will have the opportunity to                                        work non-traditional hours during orientation
                                                                                               work with our professional staff and consultants to establish and implement program-                                   sessions. This position allows for a great deal of
                                                                                               wide enhancements. Additional job responsibilities will be assigned based on                                           autonomy, and creative problem solving is
                                                                                               experience and interest, but may include: parent and family outreach, continued                                        encouraged.
                                                                                               training and education for student staff; social media development; and assessment.


Boise State           NODA Intern for      Idaho       Region 1: ( WA,                         If you are looking for an opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience with         1                Current       We are seeking a current graduate student in a            05/21/2012   Yes
University            Parent and Family                OR, ID, MT, AK,                         parent and family outreach programs in a passionate and fun environment, then                            Graduate      master's program in Higher Education/Student
                      Outreach                         BC, AB, SK, YT,                         Boise State is the place for you.                                                                        Student       Affairs. Applicants should illustrate a passion for
                                                       NT )                                                                                                                                                           student growth and development; demonstrate sound
                                                                                              New Student and Family Programs is responsible for the development, planning,                                           supervision and leadership skills as well as strong
                                                                                              and implementation of programs that aid new students and their families in their                                        communication and interpersonal skills, including
                                                                                              transition to the university and contribute to student success and retention. The                                       conflict resolution. Applicants should possess
                                                                                              NODA Intern for Parent and Family Outreach will assist in the development and                                           excellent time management and organizational skills,
                                                                                              implementation of family outreach programming at 9+ orientation programs for                                            a positive attitude, the ability to self-motivate and
                                                                                              traditional age new students and 7+ orientation programs for transfer and non-                                          demonstrate initiative, and the ability to work in a fast
                                                                                              traditional students as well as the new family association creation and longevity                                       paced environment. Applicants must be prepared to
                                                                                              planning. This is an exciting time to work with transitional programs at Boise State                                    work non-traditional hours during orientation
                                                                                              as we are taking the summer to complete a full new student and family orientation                                       sessions. This position allows for a great deal of
                                                                                              program review. The NODA Intern will have the opportunity to work with our                                              autonomy, and creative problem solving is
                                                                                              professional staff and consultants to establish and implement program-wide                                              encouraged.
                                                                                              enhancements in parent and family related programming areas. Additional job
                                                                                              responsibilities will be assigned based on experience and interest, but may include:
                                                                                              assisting in new student orientation program development and implementation,
Saint Martin's        Orientation Intern   WA          Region 1: ( WA,   http://www.stmartin. The NODA intern is responsible for the shared development, implementation, and            1               Current       Preference will be given to candidates currently       06/11/2012      Somewhat
University                                             OR, ID, MT, AK,   edu/campus_life/     supervision of an orientation experience that meets the needs of a diverse university                     Graduate      enrolled in a student development/higher education
                                                       BC, AB, SK, YT,                        community. Acknowledging and embracing the diversity of the student body, the                             Student       graduate program or other related discipline.
                                                       NT )                                   NODA Intern will serve on the Orientation Planning Committee that works to create                                       Superior interpersonal communication skills (verbal
                                                                                              an environment that reflects mutual respect, inclusiveness, and the values of our                                       and
                                                                                              Benedictine Tradition. The intern will contribute to the development, coordination,                                     written),organizational and administrative experience,
                                                                                              implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive orientation program to include                                        and ability to work flexible hours and job tasks are
                                                                                              Summer Advising & Registration and Incipio Fall Orientation while maintaining                                           required. The candidate must have experience in
                                                                                              records of their projects. Duties will include assisting with planning of the orientation                               working with a diverse population and be supportive
                                                                                              schedule of activities; organization and delegation of duties to students, staff and                                    of a Catholic, Benedictine philosophy of education.
                                                                                              faculty during the orientation program, and facilitate training for student orientation
                                                                                              staff. The intern will coordinate communication and services between students,
                                                                                              faculty, staff, and campus offices. Due to the adaptive nature of a comprehensive
                                                                                              orientation program, the intern will complete additional tasks as assigned.
Saint Martin's       Leap-In Intern   WA   Region 1: ( WA,   http://www.stmartin. The Leap-In NODA Intern will contribute to the development, coordination,                1   Current    Preference will be given to candidates currently        07/09/2012   Somewhat
University                                 OR, ID, MT, AK,   edu/campus_life/     implementation, and evaluation of a pre-orientation LEAP-In Leadership and                   Graduate   enrolled in a student development/higher education
                                           BC, AB, SK, YT,                        Traditions Camp (outdoor experimental learning opportunity). During the internship,          Student    graduate program or other related discipline.
                                           NT )                                   he or she will assist in the planning of the LEAP-In schedule of activities; including                  Internship requirements include superior
                                                                                  organization and delegation of duties to students, staff, and faculty during the                        interpersonal communication skills (verbal and
                                                                                  Program while coordinating communication and services between camp                                      written), organizational, and administrative
                                                                                  representatives, students, faculty, staff, campus offices, and outside agencies as                      experience. The intern must have the ability to work
                                                                                  required. The intern will maintain records, the online registration system, and assist                  flexible hours and be flexible with additional tasks.
                                                                                  with program assessment. The intern will be responsible for coordinating the                            The Intern should have experience in working with a
                                                                                  development of the LEAP-In publications and web content, serve on the LEAP-In                           diverse population and must be supportive of a
                                                                                  planning Committee, and complete additional tasks as assigned by the Assistant                          Catholic, Benedictine philosophy of education.
                                                                                  Director of Campus Life. Since this position works closely with the Orientation
                                                                                  Intern, the Leap-In Intern will be assisting in a variety of supportive tasks during the
                                                                                  orientation programs.




Seattle University   NODA Intern      WA   Region 1: ( WA,   http://seattleu.edu/n The New Student & Family Programs internship provides an opportunity for a          1       Current    The successful candidate will have strong               05/30/2012   Somewhat
                                           OR, ID, MT, AK,   ewstudent             graduate student to gain hands-on experience in orientation programs for first year         Graduate   communication, organizational and customer service
                                           BC, AB, SK, YT,                         students and families. Internship responsibilities include, but are not limited to:         Student    skills and the ability to work with people from diverse
                                           NT )                                    assisting in the training of the student Orientation Advisor (OA) staff, assist in                     backgrounds. The intern should be detail-oriented,
                                                                                   planning and implementing the summer orientation program for first year students                       proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.
                                                                                   with concurrent family programs, involvement in the day-to-day responsibilities of                     Experience in program planning and leadership
                                                                                   planning and preparing for the programs, assisting in the review and assessment of                     development a plus.
                                                                                   summer orientation, assisting in planning fall Welcome Week, managing the                              Flexibility, enthusiasm, a sense of humor and the
                                                                                   database for summer orientation and coordinating our needs with the Conference                         ability to work some nights/weekends required.
                                                                                   and Event Services Office. The NODA intern will spend the evenings of the
                                                                                   orientation sessions in the residence halls with new students and OAs. The NODA
                                                                                   intern will report directly to the Director of New Student & Family Programs. Other
                                                                                   office colleagues include an Office Coordinator, half-time program graduate
                                                                                   assistant, 4 undergraduate Orientation Coordinators and the Commuter/Transfer
                                                                                   Student Life staff.
Willamette University Opening Days   OR   Region 1: ( WA,   http://willamette.edu The Opening Days intern will be part of the Student Involvement team that includes 1     Current    Must be a currently enrolled graduate student in a    06/04/12   Yes
                      Intern              OR, ID, MT, AK,   /dept/osa/programs/ Student Activities, Multicultural Affairs, Community Service Learning and Campus           Graduate   student affairs program. Experience with orientation
                                          BC, AB, SK, YT,   od                    Recreation. The position will be supervised by the Associate Dean of Campus              Student    programs preferred but not required. Must have the
                                          NT )                                    Life/Director of Student Activities. Opening Days is Willamette's 5-day fall                        ability to succeed in a collaborative environment and
                                                                                  orientation program for all new students. The program is completely student-run by                  a willingness to learn. Must be a self-starter,
                                                                                  a leadership team of four students and a full-time Coordinator who is employed in                   organized and detail oriented.
                                                                                  the office during the summer. The Opening Days intern will work closely with the
                                                                                  Coordinator and Associate Dean to complete projects that will fulfill the goals of the
                                                                                  programs. They will assist in the creation, implementation and assessment of
                                                                                  programs and services; assist in the advising of the Coordinator and student
                                                                                  leadership team; and participate in activities of the Campus Life division such as
                                                                                  retreats, committees and professional staff hiring. Other duties will be based on the
                                                                                  interests of the intern and the needs of the Office of Student Involvement.
NODAC 2012      NODAC 2012 Las   Nevada   Region 2: ( CA,   http://nodaweb.orgs POSITION PURPOSE:                                                                     3     Current    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:                          10/25/2012   No
Conference      Vegas Graduate            NV, AZ, HI )      ync.com/org/nodac/ The Graduate Student Internship Program is a professional development                        Graduate   Must have completed one year of a Masters degree
Committee       Intern                                      home                opportunity for graduate students. Three interns will have the opportunity to network       Student    program (at time of NODAC) in student personnel
                                                                                with NODA leaders, learn about and participate in conference management, and                           services/higher education.
                                                                                gain valuable experience with a national organization.                                                 Basic understanding of orientation programs and how
                                                                                                                                                                                       orientation relates to the development of students.
                                                                                 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:                                                                          Prior orientation experience is preferred.
                                                                                 Required to attend and participate in all conference-related meetings and activities,                 Essential qualities include: outgoing personality,
                                                                                 held October 25-30, 2012 in Las Vegas, NV.                                                            sense of humor, positive attitude, a strong work ethic,
                                                                                 Serves as a representative of the NODAC 2012 Conference, displaying courtesy,                         flexibility, initiative, a team player, excellent
                                                                                 tact, consideration, and discretion in all interactions with other members of the                     organizational skills, clear and concise
                                                                                 planning committee and conference attendees.                                                          communication skills, and the ability to work with a
                                                                                 Assists with the overall planning and preparation for the 2012 National Orientation                   diverse group of individuals.
                                                                                 Directors Association Conference.                                                                     Requires strong writing and editing skills and ability
                                                                                 Along with the Conference Programs Chairs, assists with the evaluation and                            to compose documents.
                                                                                 selection of the educational sessions.                                                                Must be proficient in standard office applications
                                                                                 Assists with proofing/editing all NODAC 2012 publications.                                            (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Experience
                                                                                 Provides on-site conference assistance as needed.                                                     with publication design is desirable.
                                                                                 Assists with registration activities, including but not limited to posting directional                Previous attendance at a NODA Annual Conference
                                                                                 signs and room numbers, packet stuffing, assisting with on-site conference                            preferred.
                                                                                 registration and check-in, creating a roster of conference participants, and
                                                                                 roommate matching.                                                                                    *Please note: candidates may apply for the NODAC
                                                                                 Assists the Office Manager and Tech Supervisor with set-up of A/V equipment.                          internship AND still be a summer intern elsewhere.
                                                                                 Supports the Event Coordinator with Associate Member registration, exhibits, and
                                                                                 exhibit hall.
                                                                                 Creates, distributes, and supports ongoing communication to attendees during the
                                                                                 conference.
Cal State San   SOAR Graduate    CA       Region 2: ( CA,                        The CSUSB materials for, organizes, and maintains the resume and job binders
                                                            http://soar.csusb.ed Compiles theStudent Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program is           1   Current    Candidates must currently be enrolled in a graduate     06/18/12     Yes
Bernardino      Intern                    NV, AZ, HI )      u                    coordinated through the Office of Student Leadership and Development. SOAR is a            Graduate   degree program (must have completed at least one
                                                                                 mandatory program for all new students. The two-day                                        Student    term),
                                                                                 program for first-time freshmen is comprised of five overnight sessions and one                       preferably in a higher education program or related
                                                                                 "commuter" session. The SOAR                                                                          field; should have experience in residence life and
                                                                                 Graduate Intern will gain valuable experience in event planning, employee                             event planning, as well as an interest in student
                                                                                 management, customer service, and                                                                     leadership development and working with special
                                                                                 orientation best practices. Intern duties: assist in the implementation of programs;                  student populations. Candidate should also possess
                                                                                 assist in student leader supervision; communicate with incoming students and their                    excellent organizational, interpersonal, and
                                                                                 parents; collaborate with staff in other                                                              oral/written communication skills; detailed-oriented,
                                                                                 divisions/departments; serve as head RA on duty during overnight sessions; other                      self-motivated, and ability to work independently as
                                                                                 duties as needed.                                                                                     well as within a team are a plus.
California Lutheran   NODA Intern-         CA   Region 2: ( CA,   http://www.calluther Job Duties:                                                                         2   Current    CLU Student Life is looking for a candidate who is      05/8/2012   Yes
University            Transfer and              NV, AZ, HI )      an.edu/orientation -Graduate Interns (GIs) will be supervised by the Assistant Director of Student Life,     Graduate   currently enrolled in a graduate program. Preference
                      Logistical Planning.                                             and will work with all members of the Student Leadership and Programs staff             Student    will be given to students who are pursuing a degree
                                                                                       -Responsible for the logistics, details, and implementation of New Student                         in one of the following areas: counseling, educational
                                                                                       Orientation (NSO) for incoming first-year students, transfer students, and their                   leadership, student personnel, administration, or
                                                                                       families.                                                                                          higher education. Applicants should possess a
                                                                                       -Responsible for the Orientation Website.                                                          desire to learn about the inner workings of new
                                                                                       -Supervise over 20 Orientation Staff who implement all the behind the scene                        student and family orientation programs, retention
                                                                                       logistics for 4 day Welcome-Week Orientation.                                                      programs, student programming, student activities,
                                                                                       -Coordinate the logistical preparation of all new student and family check-in.                     Transfer programs, and First Year Experience. We
                                                                                       -Responsible for communicating and coordinating with numerous offices intricately                  are looking for interns who: have a willingness to
                                                                                       involved in New Student and Transfer Orientation programs.                                         work hard, take initiative in a fast-paced environment,
                                                                                       -Responsible for maintaining Orientation database.                                                 demonstrate a strong work ethic, can work
                                                                                       -Assist with coordinating New Student Orientation (NSO) for incoming first-year                    autonomously, and have excellent attention to detail.
                                                                                       students, transfer students, and their families.                                                   Preference will be given to candidates who have
                                                                                       -Plan and execute the Transfer and Transfer Family Orientation program.                            experience planning large scale events, working as a
                                                                                       -Assist in planning the summer Transfer registration days.                                         Peer Advisor, First Year Seminar instructor or
                                                                                       -Modify and implement assessment tools to evaluate Student Orientation Leader                      mentor, Orientation Leader, Resident Assistant,
                                                                                       performance.                                                                                       and/or student program planner.
                                                                                       -Plan, and execute evaluation processes for Orientation.
                                                                                       -Assist in supervising Student Orientation Coordinators and Transfer Peer Advisors.

                                                                                      -Assist in Orientation budgeting management and processes.
                                                                                      -Assist in the final planning stages of NSO and in the implementation and execution
                                                                                      of all of the programs (family and student).
                                                                                      -Partner with professional staff members to educate and support students who will
                                                                                      discuss the following issues with first-year students: roommate conflict, sexual
                                                                                      assault, diversity, campus resources, alcohol use/abuse, and transitional issues.
                                                                                      -Gain experience collaborating with faculty members and assisting with the logistics
                                                                                      of a first year seminar program.
Occidental College   Summer Intern     CA   Region 2: ( CA,   http://www.oxy.edu/ OxyEngage:                                                                           1    Current    1.Graduate student currently enrolled in an           06/01/2012    Yes
                                            NV, AZ, HI )      StudentLife.xml     Assist with the planning and facilitation of Fall 2012 OxyEngage Trip Leader              Graduate   accredited institution.
                                                                                  training.                                                                                 Student    2.Effective communication and written abilities.
                                                                                  Assist with OxyEngage participant registration and billing.                                          3.Demonstrates ways to handle challenging
                                                                                  Coordinate and maintain OxyEngage budget.                                                            situations and provides solutions to these
                                                                                  Responsible for several aspects of OxyEngage trip planning and coordination.                         challenges.
                                                                                  Meet and work with various campus staff, administrators and faculty for coordination                 4.Accomplishes work in timely manner.
                                                                                  of Trip Leader Training and OxyEngage program.                                                       5.Able to work independently and with little
                                                                                  Provide support to Assistant Director for Student Life and Oxy Engage student                        supervision.
                                                                                  coordinator.                                                                                         6.Communicates and understands the philosophy of
                                                                                                                                                                                       the orientation program.
                                                                                                                                                                                       7.Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
                                                                                  Orientation:                                                                                         8.Exhibits positive and strong teamwork.
                                                                                  Assist with the planning of Fall 2012 O-Core retreat and training.                                   9.Must be open to teach and learn from others.
                                                                                  Assist with several aspects of Orientation planning.
                                                                                  Meet and work with various staff, administrators and faculty when planning the
                                                                                  Orientation Program.
                                                                                  Communicate effectively and efficiently with various on- and off- campus
                                                                                  constituents.
                                                                                  Provide support to Director of Student Life and student Orientation coordinator.




Saint Mary's College New Student &     CA   Region 2: ( CA,                       As a member of the New Student and Family Programs office the intern will be          1   Current    Team building skills, customer service orientated;      5/25/2012   Yes
of California        Family Programs        NV, AZ, HI )                          responsible for assisting the following: Oversight and management of day to day           Graduate   orientation and parent/family program experience.
                     Graduate Intern                                              operations and planning and implementing New Student Orientation for new                  Student    This position will require someone who has advanced
                                                                                  students and their families. Specifically the intern will assist Orientation leader                  critical thinking and problem solving skills. The ideal
                                                                                  retreats, trainings, activities; communication and collaboration with campus and                     candidate for this position will have had experience
                                                                                  community partners to assist with the logistical and programmatic coordination of                    leading, supervising, advising orientation leader
                                                                                  orientation and Weekend of Welcome events.                                                           student groups, and strong verbal/written
                                                                                                                                                                                       communication skills. Lastly, this position requires
                                                                                                                                                                                       the ability to assist in strategically and logistically
                                                                                                                                                                                       planning large scale event with campus partners.
San Jose State   NODA Intern         CA    Region 2: ( CA,   http://www.sjsu/geti The NODA Intern will work as part of the SJSU Orientation and Transition (OAT)          2   Current    1) Current enrollment in a graduate program            05/29/12   Somewhat
University                                 NV, AZ, HI )      nvolved              Team to implement pieces of an overnight, mandatory frosh orientation program.              Graduate   2) Excellent verbal and written communication skills
                                                                                  This staff member will (a) oversee a specific long-term summer project focused on           Student    3) Strong assertiveness skills
                                                                                  expanding resources for the first six weeks of school, (b) actively participate in                     4) Knowledge of first-year transition programs, their
                                                                                  customer service (c) assist with supervision of 30+ Orientation Leaders and 8                          purpose, structures and functions
                                                                                  student Core Staff, (d) assist with Final Training for the Orientation staff,(e) act as                5) Knowledge of needs of diverse populations of first-
                                                                                  on-call staff on a rotational basis, and (f) support and assist with day to day program                year college students
                                                                                  operations. There will be opportunities to visit other areas colleges and tie this                     6) Ability to work in a confidential environment, and
                                                                                  experience to your graduate work.                                                                      maintain FERPA regulations
                                                                                                                                                                                         7) Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, with
                                                                                                                                                                                         varying work styles
                                                                                                                                                                                         8) Maturity, dependability and responsibility


Sonoma State     New Student          CA   Region 2: ( CA,   http://www.sonoma. New Student Orientation & Family Programs (within the Division of Student Affairs        1    Current    Graduate student only. The Intern must demonstrate 05/14/2012     Somewhat
University       Orientation & Family      NV, AZ, HI )      edu/saem/orientatio and Enrollment                                                                               Graduate   maturity and integrity, have strong communication
                 Programs Intern                             n                   Management) hosts 8 two-day freshmen orientation session sand one 1-day                      Student    and
                                                                                 transfer orientation, and concurrent parent orientation sessions. As part of the staff,                 interpersonal skills, excellent attention to detail, the
                                                                                 the Intern will:                                                                                        ability to work both independently and collaboratively,
                                                                                 Develop goals for internship experience; Assist with training, supervision,                             the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and
                                                                                 motivation, evaluation and                                                                              balance multiple tasks, a positive attitude, and a
                                                                                 recognition of student orientation leaders; Serve as a live-in professional staff                       willingness to learn. The Intern must be prepared to
                                                                                 member for overnight                                                                                    handle long hours and weekend work during
                                                                                 orientations and respond to emergencies within the residence halls; Assist with the                     orientation sessions. Prior experience with
                                                                                 planning, implementation, and evaluation of summer orientation programs;                                orientation, family programs and residence halls (as
                                                                                 supervise evening/night programming for first year student orientation sessions;                        a graduate or undergraduate) is preferred. Prior
                                                                                 coordinate the assessment of the orientation programs and review and analyze                            experience supervising students is preferred.
                                                                                 data; Assist with coordinating check-in procedures; produce, coordinate and
                                                                                 organize materials for the sessions; Perform other duties as assigned.
University of       Orientation Program CA    Region 2: ( CA,   http://orientation.uc The NODA Intern for UC Davis Orientation will work as part of New Student               1   Current    Minimum requirement: current graduate student in        05/01/2012   Yes
California, Davis   Intern                    NV, AZ, HI )      davis.edu/            Academic Services (NSAS) within Student Housing. We offer programs for new                  Graduate   masters program in Higher Education, Student
                                                                                      students (first-year and transfer) and their families, focusing primarily on academic       Student    Affairs, College Student Personnel or related field.
                                                                                      advising of new students. This position would: a) serve as a member of the                             Should have experience or demonstrated career
                                                                                      Orientation leadership team (attend meetings, supervise student staff, implement                       goals in college-level programming, peer
                                                                                      programmatic/administrative aspects of the program), b) create and develop new                         advising/education, and/or student affairs. We are
                                                                                      manuals and publications: staff training, registration, etc.; c) develop, plan and                     looking for applicants with strong supervision,
                                                                                      implement new International Student Orientation program; d) develop, implement                         leadership, communication and project management
                                                                                      and facilitate teambuilding and social activities for staff and students; and e) learn                 skills. Prior experience with advising or supervising
                                                                                      and work with the business office to manage registration processes utilizing the                       students is strongly preferred (but not required).
                                                                                      VisualZen (VZ) database to support the program. This position participates in an on-                   Looking for candidates who take initiative, are self-
                                                                                      call rotation throughout the summer program. The existing Orientation program is                       motivated and demonstrate solid critical thinking
                                                                                      fairly new in its current model and leadership, so the Intern will be able to provide                  skills. Must have experience with planning or
                                                                                      feedback, perspective and ideas to the leadership team. There are two professional                     facilitating teambuilding activities for high-achieving
                                                                                      Program Coordinators who have primary responsibility for day-to-day operations,                        college students. Candidates must demonstrate
                                                                                      staff supervision and leadership of the program, with 50 student staff. One Assistant                  multicultural competencies and an ability to work
                                                                                      Coordinator to Orientation and one Program Assistant manage the business office                        effectively with a multicultural student population.
                                                                                      and registration aspects of Orientation, as well as supervise 9 student assistants.
                                                                                      The successful candidate will have an opportunity to provide input and help shape
                                                                                      the NODA Intern position description and responsibilities, geared toward personal
                                                                                      and professional interests and goals. The intern will be expected to know and
                                                                                      uphold the UC Davis Principles of Community
University of San   Orientation Intern   CA   Region 2: ( CA,   http://www.usfca.ed The Graduate Intern will contribute to the programmatic efforts for New Student           1   Current    Generalist experience in student affairs is preferred in 06/11/12    Somewhat
Francisco           for Student               NV, AZ, HI )      u/orientation/        Orientation within the office of Student Leadership and Engagement at USF. The              Graduate   the areas of leadership and new student and parent
                    Leadership and                                                    Intern will contribute to the goals of the department and its programs for all new          Student    programs. Strong experience and knowledge in team
                    Engagement                                                        students (freshman and transfer). Working with the orientation program, the Intern                     building, facilitation, event planning, student
                                                                                      will use his/her experience to help reach the departmental outcomes of providing                       development, and customer service is required.
                                                                                      programs and services that support students' leadership development and promote                        Applicant must have a solid understanding of
                                                                                      student engagement in new student orientation events. Specifically, The graduate                       programming and strong administrative skills.
                                                                                      intern will contribute to the programmatic efforts for New Student Orientation                         Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and
                                                                                      including but not limited to: assisting with the planning and logistics for New Student                Powerpoint required. Experience with iMovie and
                                                                                      Orientation Program, assisting with the management, oversight, and training of                         Photography preferred.
                                                                                      volunteer teams (move-in day team), commuter student outreach and
                                                                                      communication, assisting with the curriculum development and facilitation of student
                                                                                      staff training, and serving as and support staff for all new student orientation
                                                                                      programs. This position will work alongside professional and student staff to
                                                                                      coordinate and implement new student orientation programs.


University of San   Orientation Intern   CA   Region 2: ( CA,   http://www.usfca.ed The Graduate Intern will contribute to the programmatic efforts for New Student        1      Current    Generalist experience in student affairs is preferred in 6/11/12     Somewhat
Francisco           for Academic              NV, AZ, HI )      u/orientation/      Orientation within the office of Academic Support Services at USF. The Intern will            Graduate   the areas of leadership and new student and parent
                    Support Services                                                contribute to the goals of the department and its programs for new students                   Student    programs. Strong experience and knowledge in team
                                                                                    (freshman and                                                                                            building, facilitation, event planning, student
                                                                                    transfer). Working with the orientation program, the Intern will use his/her                             development, and customer service is required.
                                                                                    experience to help reach the departmental outcomes of providing programs and                             Applicant must have a solid understanding of
                                                                                    services that support students' academic development and promote engagement in                           programming and strong administrative skills.
                                                                                    new student orientation events. Specifically, The graduate intern will contribute to                     Applicant should have a strong interest and desire in
                                                                                    the programmatic efforts for New Student Orientation (occurs three days prior to fall                    working at a Jesuit Catholic institution. Awareness of
                                                                                    semester) including but not limited to: assist with the planning and logistics for New                   the issues facing retention and transition of first year,
                                                                                    Student Orientation Programs, assist with the summe bridge program, assist with                          first-generation college students and families as well
                                                                                    the event planning and large-scale event planning for orientation events, assist with                    as students of color helpful but not required.
                                                                                    the coordination of academic support workshops, developing marketing materials                           Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and
                                                                                    and outreach for new student orientation, and serve as support staff for all new                         Powerpoint required. Willing to learn new technology
                                                                                    student orientation programs.                                                                            programs and comfortable with website management
                                                                                                                                                                                             (training will be provided).
Colorado State      Outdoor Orientation Colorado Region 3: ( WY,   http://www.otp.colos The Intern serves as a member of the Orientation and                                  1   Current    Essential Qualifications - Must be a current graduate 05/21/2012   Somewhat
University          & Preview First-Year         UT, CO, NM )      tate.edu             Transition Programs staff during the summer and as such is a part of the staff of the     Graduate   student enrolled in a student affairs/higher
                    Student Orientation                                                 Center for Advising and                                                                   Student    education
                    Intern                                                              Student Achievement (CASA), the Division of Student Affairs, and the Division of                     graduate program. - Must demonstrate interest and
                                                                                        Academic Affairs. This                                                                               committment to orientation and transition programs. -
                                                                                        position reports directly to the Coordinator for Orientation Programs (Zach                          Must be in good academic standing. - Must
                                                                                        Mercurio).                                                                                           demonstrate a positive attitude and strong work ethic.
                                                                                                                                                                                             - Must be student-focused - Must have the ability to
                                                                                       Outdoor Orientation Responsibilities: Assist with the coordination of an outdoor                      supervise/mentor undergraduate students -
                                                                                       orientation program component to the Preview First-Year Orientation program and                       Dedication to training and development - Strong
                                                                                       Next Step Transfer Student Orientation Program. Serve as on-site coordinator of the                   interpersonal skills - Ability to work autonomously and
                                                                                       outdoor orientation program at CSU's Pingree Park mountain campus. Develop and                        as a team member -Well developed organizational
                                                                                       coordinate on-campus evening programming for new students participating in the                        and administrative skills -Strong research and
                                                                                       outdoor orientation program. Assist in developing the assessment instruments used                     networking skills - Excellent writing and oral
                                                                                       to evaluate the outdoor orientation program. Supervise and train undergraduate                        communication skills - Creativity, flexibility and
                                                                                       Orientation Leaders who are designated to work with the outdoor orientation                           adaptation skills - Desire to utilize research and
                                                                                       program. Collaborate with the CSU Pingree Park mountain campus staff to                               assessment to create student-focused programming -
                                                                                       coordinate logistics of the program. Additional Responsibilities with CSU Orientation                 Posess a committment to multiculturalism - Posess a
                                                                                       Programs: Assist Coordinator for Orientation Programs in the implementation of                        committment to personal/professional development -
                                                                                       Preview First-Year and Next Step Transfer Orientation. Assist with the training and                   Willingness to immerse themselves in the Fort
                                                                                       development of Orientation Leader student staff. Work with an undergraduate                           Collins and CSU communities.
                                                                                       Student Coordinator for Orientation to oversee the Preview Orientation skit creation.
                                                                                       Assist with assessment and evaluation of Preview First-Year orientation program.
                                                                                       Assist with session preparation and other office-related functions. Have the
                                                                                       opportunity to learn about all Orientation and Transition Programs which includes
Community College   New Student        Colorado Region 3: ( WY,    http://www.ccaurora programming for first-year, second year, and transfer students. General This
                                                                                       The New Student Orientation Graduate Intern at the Community College of Aurora 1           Current    Prior orientation or community college experience as 5/21/12       Somewhat
of Aurora           Orientation                 UT, CO, NM )       .edu/               will provide significant assistance with the implementation of the college's first         Graduate   an undergraduate could be helpful although this is a
                    Graduate Intern                                                    mandatory new student orientation program. The program will include three-hour             Student    great opportunity to gain experience at a community
                                                                                       sessions several times each week at two campus locations. The intern will assist                      college. The applicant needs to have good technical
                                                                                       with the hands-on delivery of these programs including communication with students                    and problem-solving skills, be a fast learner and be
                                                                                       and families, check-in processes, informational presentations, working with peer                      able to take initiative. We're also looking for
                                                                                       leaders, and assessment. Full programs will begin taking place in April and will                      applicants who can demonstrate flexibility, good
                                                                                       continue through mid-July with "Express" programs in late July and August. The                        interpersonal skills, a sense of humor, a strong work
                                                                                       program will serve approximately 1500 diverse community college students.                             ethic and a team orientation. The delivery of the
                                                                                       The intern will have the opportunity to meet and interact throughout the summer with                  orientation program will include taking care of
                                                                                       student services and instructional staff and will have input and impact on the current                logistics, delivering parent and student presenations,
                                                                                       program as well as future planning.                                                                   working with current students in peer leader
                                                                                                                                                                                             positions,and providing follow-up after each program.
Johnson & Wales       Orientation and First- Colorado Region 3: ( WY,   https://www.jwu.edu POSITION PURPOSE:                                                                       2        Current    Candidate should possess a desire to contribute to a 05/21/2012   No
University - Denver   Year Initiatives                UT, CO, NM )      /denver/orientation/ The Orientation and First-Year Initiatives Interns will play an integral role in the            Graduate   young, regional campus in the heart of Denver,
Campus                Intern                                                                 planning and implementation of summer orientation programs, along with planning                 Student    Colorado.
                                                                                             for fall welcome programs. Interns will work directly with the Director of Orientation                     QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
                                                                                             and First-Year Initiatives to provide training, supervision, and evaluation for Summer                     Must have started a Masters degree program in
                                                                                             Orientation student staff members.                                                                         student personnel services/higher education.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Basic understanding of orientation programs and how
                                                                                             DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:                                                                               orientation relates to the development of students.
                                                                                             Program Development and Management                                                                         Essential qualities include: ability to take initiative and
                                                                                             Assist with preparation, management, and logistical support of summer orientation                          demonstrate creativity, strong organization and event
                                                                                             programs.                                                                                                  management skills, a team player, ability to work with
                                                                                             Coordinate registration, confirmation, and check-in processes for orientation                              a diverse group of individuals, clear and concise
                                                                                             participants.                                                                                              communication skills, positive attitude and strong
                                                                                             Serve as the host and primary contact for participants during student and family                           work ethic.
                                                                                             orientation.                                                                                               Must be proficient in standard office applications
                                                                                             Facilitate key components of student and family orientation.                                               (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Experience
                                                                                             Serve as an administrator on duty in the residence halls while orientation is in                           with publication design is desirable.
                                                                                             session.                                                                                                   Previous experience with student leader training
                                                                                             Support the planning of Welcome Week, and develop key programs for fall.                                   and/or supervision and orientation programs is
                                                                                             Collaborate with staff to implement program assessment.                                                    preferred.

                                                                                           Student Leader Training and Supervision
                                                                                           Work with the Director to develop and facilitate training for Summer Orientation
                                                                                           staff.
                                                                                           Provide ongoing resources, feedback and training to support staff development
                                                                                           throughout the summer.
                                                                                           Create and implement advanced student leader training for orientation leaders in
                                                                                           preparation for the academic year FYE program.
                                                                                           Prepare components of fall training for first-year experience peer mentors.
Metro State College   2 Intern Positions    Colorado Region 3: ( WY,    http://www.mscd.ed NODA interns at Metro State will be working with the orientation team, to foster an           2   Current    Metro State is looking for graduate students in         5/21/12   Somewhat
of Denver             Available- 1.Training          UT, CO, NM )       u/nso              emotional connect to the college and create a smooth and successful transition for                Graduate   student affairs programs that are passionate about
                      and Leadership                                                       new, transfer and adult students and their families. Metro State is offering 2 NODA               Student    orientation. Candidates must be creative, energetic,
                      Development and 2.                                                   internship experiences.                                                                                      hard-working students seeking a learning opportunity
                      Assessment                                                                                                                                                                        about orientation programs and themselves. A strong
                      Analysis and                                                           In addition to specific nature of positions listed below, both NODA intern positions                       candidate will possess excellent oral and written
                      Reporting                                                              would have additional responsibilities. Both positions will offer the opportunity to                       communication skills, organization skills, initiative,
                                                                                             supervise orientation student leaders in a variety of positions including scheduling,                      pay attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task.
                                                                                             evaluations, both session and day-to-day operations, and leadership development.                           Prior experience working with
                                                                                             Both positions will facilitate orientation sessions for new, transfer, and adult students                  orientation programs is strongly encouraged.
                                                                                             and family sessions. Further NODA interns will work closely with the Director and                          Preferred skills for each position: prior experience
                                                                                             Assistant Director on the implementation of orientation sessions throughout the                            supervising and/or training student leaders;
                                                                                             summer; daily office operations including service to students and families; and                            experience with scheduling student leaders, and prior
                                                                                             special projects. In addition, each intern will complete a professional development                        experience working with assessment and/or
                                                                                             plan with the Assistant Director highlighting goals for the summer, areas of interest                      evaluation processes including use of online
                                                                                             outside of orientation, and opportunities to further develop professional skills in and                    databases. Interns should have a strong
                                                                                             outside of an orientation experience.                                                                      interest/desire to work with a diverse, non-traditional
                                                                                                                                                                                                        student population. The NODA interns at Metro State
                                                                                             Position #1- Orientation Leader Training                                                                   will work approximately 30 hours a week with some
                                                                                             The NODA intern for Orientation Leader Training will primarily be responsible for the                      evening and weekend responsibilities. Overall, the
                                                                                             day-to-day operations of the office including ongoing student leader training, and                         Metro State NODA interns will gain valuable skills
                                                                                             student staff leadership development. This intern would be responsible for the                             and experience working with an atypical orientation
                                                                                             creation of learning outcomes for student leadership position in the orientation                           program at a diverse institution in a unique campus
                                                                                             office, hosting some morning staff meetings for sessions, create ongoing staff                             setting.
                                                                                             trainings throughout the summer and provide insight and guidance to the Assistant
                                                                                             Director about staff development.
University of       Office of Orientation CO     Region 3: ( WY,   http://orientation.col This position is an excellent opportunity for someone looking for hands-on                 1   Current    Please pay attention to start/end dates when making 5/14/2012       Yes
Colorado at Boulder Social Justice               UT, CO, NM )      orado.edu/             experience in an Office of Orientation at a large public university. The position will         Graduate   your application. Start date is negotiable, but the end
                    Program Intern                                                        have a lot of guidance and support as needed, but will also be expected to do                  Student    date is not. Successful candidates must be flexible,
                                                                                          quality and reliable work with a great deal of autonomy. Its an especially fine                           comfortable working with student co-educators, and
                                                                                          opportunity for someone to develop their skills in both program planning and direct                       have the ability to communicate well in front of small
                                                                                          work with students and Student Affairs professionals. Specific Responsibilities                           and large groups. Applicants should have
                                                                                          include: assist the Office of Orientation to deliver diversity/social justice-oriented and                educational interest and experience in
                                                                                          student development programming to incoming first-year and transfer students;                             multicultural/social justice development work with
                                                                                          coordinate accommodations for students and family members with disabilities;                              students. Must have experience and be comfortable
                                                                                          assist with the training development and implementation for student orientation                           working with multicultural populations. Preferred
                                                                                          leaders who will be leading social justice-oriented programming; and other duties as                      qualifications include: experience in design and
                                                                                          assigned. The intern reports to the Director of Orientation.                                              delivery of training to large and small groups of
                                                                                                                                                                                                    people, past training involving multicultural education.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ability to communicate effectively in multiple
                                                                                                                                                                                                    languages in Spanish, Vietnamese or Korean is a
                                                                                                                                                                                                    plus. People of color and women are encouraged to
                                                                                                                                                                                                    apply.



University of Utah   New Student          Utah   Region 3: ( WY,   http://www.sa.utah.e The University of Utah hosts ten overnight and six two-day orientation sessions for 1            Current    The NODA Intern should be motivated to work and        05/22/2012   Somewhat
                     Orientation Intern          UT, CO, NM )      du/orientation       first-time freshmen (approx. 2,700) and family members (approx. 1,000) and 10 half               Graduate   learn in a team setting, be highly organized, flexible
                                                                                        day orientation sessions for transfer students (approx. 2,100). The Office of New                Student    with priorities and deadlines, customer service
                                                                                        Student Orientation NODA Intern serves as an integral part of the professional staff                        focused, interested in further developing her/his
                                                                                        for the summer. The Intern will work with four professional staff members and 36                            student supervisory skills, and possessive of a good
                                                                                        undergraduate Orientation Leaders and work with various aspects of our                                      sense of humor. The Intern must be prepared to
                                                                                        programming. The Intern will be involved in the intensive training for Orientation                          handle long hours and weekend work during their
                                                                                        Leaders prior to the beginning of Orientation, the on-going supervision and coaching                        experience. The Intern must have a desire to expand
                                                                                        of leaders in their individual and team duties, direct customer service and problem                         their knowledge of and experience in orientation and
                                                                                        solving, and the collection of evaluation data. The Intern will assume primary                              transition programs. Previous experience with
                                                                                        responsibility for evening Orientation programming, supervision of one Outdoor                              orientation/transition programs and supervision of
                                                                                        Orientation program, the Orientation Leader evaluation process, and coordination of                         student leaders is preferred.
                                                                                        Ute Send Offs, hosted by parents and alumni in various areas outside Utah. Ute
                                                                                        Send Offs will require some event planning, marketing, and detailed
                                                                                        communication/follow-up with the hosts, families of incoming students, the Parent
                                                                                        Association Executive Committee, and the University of Utah Alumni Association. In
                                                                                        order to inform their practice, the NODA Intern will develop learning outcomes and
Western State         Orientation Intern   CO   Region 3: ( WY,    http://www.western. Orientation Intern will be responsible for 1) supporting student orientation          1   Current         Preferred candidates will have experience working       05/15/2012    Yes
College of Colorado                             UT, CO, NM )       edu/orientation     coordinators and helping them with orientation leader training, 2) developing a new       Graduate        with multiday residential programs and/or FYE
                                                                                       assessment tool for our program, 3) other duties as assigned. Our program is              Student, Post   programming. In addition, strong leadership skills to
                                                                                       currently moving from a 4 1.5 day sessions hosted in the summer to a 5-day                Bachelor's      help support 2 student orientation coordinators is
                                                                                       program for all new students right before schools starts. Ideal candidate will be         Degree - No     ideal. Overall, Western will hire approx 35-45
                                                                                       interested in helping our office with this transition.                                    Grad School     orientation leaders.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Experience




Lone Star College-    Graduate Intern      TX   Region 4: ( TX,  http://lonestar.edu/c Assist with the overall planning, preparation and implementation of three weekly 3- 1     Current         Candidates must be proficient in Microsoft               06/04/2012   Somewhat
CyFair                                          OK, KS, MO, AR ) yfairoutreach         hour New Student                                                                          Graduate        applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Excellent
                                                                                       Orientation programs and one weekly Family Orientation program; assist with the           Student         written and oral communication skills. Essential
                                                                                       training, supervision and evaluation of 20 student SOAR Leaders; help new                                 qualities include: positive attitude, strong work ethic,
                                                                                       students learn the registration process; assist with the assessment and evaluation                        flexibility, takes initiative, excellent organizational
                                                                                       of programs and services and make recommendations for changes; help Student                               skills, detail oriented and the ability to work with a
                                                                                       Life/Activities with the planning of Premiere Day and Welcome Week. Other duties                          diverse group of students.
                                                                                       can be determined based on the candidates interest in orientation, transition,
                                                                                       retention, student activities and advising. The intern would have the opportunity to
                                                                                       conduct interviews with other Student Affairs personnel in order to learn more about
                                                                                       working at a community college, and to tour our five sister institutions in the Houston
                                                                                       area. The college is closed on Fridays in the summer so the intern would have a
                                                                                       four-day work week, Mondays-Thursdays. The intern will work closely with the
                                                                                       Director of Outreach and Retention (a NODA member for 20 years) and the
                                                                                       Program Manager for Student Life who is currently working on his doctoral degree.
Saint Louis         NODA Intern        MO       Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.slu.edu/f Saint Louis University (SLU) hosts 9 two-day, overnight SLU 101 Summer              1    Current         Bachelors degree required. Preference given to          05/15/2012   Somewhat
University                                      OK, KS, MO, AR ) ye                   Orientation sessions for freshmen in June and 4 one-day SLU 101 Transfer                 Graduate        candidates who have experience working with
                                                                                      Orientation sessions for transfer students in May, July and August. The student and      Student         orientation and supervising student staff. Necessary
                                                                                      family programs run concurrently during each session. SLU 101 is coordinated by a                        personal characteristics for this position include:
                                                                                      Program Coordinator in the Student Involvement Center and supported by other                             knowledge of campus resources, maturity,
                                                                                      staff in the department and the SLU 101 Advisory Committee and Academic                                  approachability, ability to role model, ability to
                                                                                      Advising. There are 2 student Peer Supervisors and 18 SLU 101 Leaders. SLU                               maintain confidentiality, dependability, flexibility,
                                                                                      also holds a five day Welcome Week fall orientation in August. The Welcome                               appreciation of diversity, strong communication skills,
                                                                                      Week leaders, Oriflamme, is a student organization of 120+ students, led by a 4                          leadership skills, decision-making skills, initiative,
                                                                                      person executive board. Welcome Week is coordinated by a Program Coordinator                             ability to confront inappropriate behavior, ability to
                                                                                      in the Student Involvement Center and supported by the campus Welcome Week                               effectively work in a team setting, honesty, ability to
                                                                                      Committee.                                                                                               manage difficult situations, detail-oriented, positive
                                                                                                                                                                                               attitude.
                                                                                     Responsibilities include:
                                                                                     Support and participate in SLU 101 Leader retreat and training (5/16/2012 5/29-
                                                                                     2012).
                                                                                     Assist the professional staff in supervision and serving as a mentor and role model
                                                                                     for the SLU 101 Leaders and Peer Supervisors.
                                                                                     Support the logistics of SLU 101 including, but not limited to: management of online
                                                                                     registration system, communication with students and families, preparation of
                                                                                     folders and check-in materials, management of check-in process, communication
                                                                                     with presenters, staff presence at events, oversight of evening and late night
Sam Houston State   Bearkat Orientation Texas   Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.shsu.edu The Bearkat Orientation Intern will work directly in the Office of the Vice President 1   Current         Required qualifications are: new graduate or current 05/15/2012      Yes
University          Intern                      OK, KS, MO, AR ) /orientation        for Enrollment Management as a paraprofessional staff member on the Bearkat               Graduate        graduate student in higher education administration,
                                                                                     Orientation Team. The intern will assist in planning , implementation, and                Student, Post   student services, or a related field; prior experience
                                                                                     evaluation of eight two-day, one-night freshman and parent orientation programs.          Bachelor's      with orientation; excellent written and oral
                                                                                     The intern will also assist with one one-day and one two-day transfer orientation         Degree - No     communication skills; leadership skills and
                                                                                     programs. In addition the intern will work with four Orientation Team Leaders to          Grad School     experience; ability to multi-task; needs to have a
                                                                                     supervise a staff of approximately 25 Orientation Leaders. Supervision would              Experience      good sense of humor; and professional demeanor to
                                                                                     include but not limited to mid-summer evaluations of the Orientation Team,                                represent the program to both the university and
                                                                                     facilitating orientation wrap-up sessions and meetings. Programming                                       outside entities.
                                                                                     responsibilities include facilitating evening orientation activities, serving on
                                                                                     emergency response team for any overnight orientation crisis, and direct customer
                                                                                     service/problem solving for orientation. The intern will work to support the mission
                                                                                     of Sam Houston State University and the New Student Orientation program.
                                                                                     Responsibilities also include other duties as assigned.
Texas A&M    Texas A&M         Texas   Region 4: ( TX,  http://newaggie.tam Orientation                                                                              1   Current    The NODA Intern should have good oral and written        05/22/2012   No
University   University NODA           OK, KS, MO, AR ) u.edu/              The intern will join Texas A&M Universitys Office of New Student Programs                    Graduate   communication skills, excellent organizational skills,
             Inter                                                          (Coordinator, 2 Assistant Coordinators, Office Associate, 2 Graduate Assistants,             Student    a positive attitude, stamina for the long hours of
                                                                            and nearly 100 orientation leaders) in the facilitation of 12 freshman & 4 transfer 2-                  orientation and a willingness to learn. Additionally,
                                                                            day New Student Conference orientation sessions. All orientation programs also                          the candidate should be customer-service focused,
                                                                            include family members.                                                                                 flexible and possess a high degree of maturity. Prior
                                                                                                                                                                                    experience working with orientation as an
                                                                               The intern will become acquainted with the philosophy of orientation programming at                  undergraduate or graduate student is strongly
                                                                               Texas A&M through their involvement in all aspects of summer orientation including:                  preferred.
                                                                               assisting with advising ~100 Orientation Leaders, assisting with conference check-
                                                                               in, staffing the conference Help Desk, serving as the staff member on-duty for
                                                                               evening activities and programs, participating in weekly staff meetings and
                                                                               developing a newsletter for incoming students.

                                                                               Residence Life
                                                                               The intern will serve as part of the Residence Education team within the Department
                                                                               of Residence Life (DRL). In this capacity, the intern will be responsible for
                                                                               supervising a staff of pre-selected Community Advisors that are part of DRL
                                                                               summer staff, attend weekly one-on-ones with supervisor, Residence Education
                                                                               team meetings, duty meetings, project specific meetings, and may sit on at least
                                                                               one DRL project team. The intern will also serve in the on-campus duty rotation
                                                                               providing crisis response and customer service to an on campus, summer
                                                                               population of approximately 5,000.

                                                                               Additional Responsibilities
                                                                               The intern will also be asked to keep a journal of his/her summer experience and
                                                                               submit a report at the end of the internship which we will use to improve the
                                                                               experience for future interns. In addition there may be an opportunity to develop
                                                                               projects or conduct research depending on interests as it relates to orientation.
Texas Christian   Orientation and    TX      Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.sds.tcu.e Texas Christian University (TCU) hosts a total of 12 Orientation Sessions for new       1   Current    Bachelor's degree required. Preference given to           05/15/2012   Somewhat
University        Frog Camp Intern           OK, KS, MO, AR ) du                   first-year and transfer students throughout the summer. 8 overnight sessions for first-     Graduate   candidates who have experience working with
                                                                                   year students and their families and 1 day-long transfer session occur in June, and         Student    Academic
                                                                                   2 overnight sessions for first-year students and 1 day-long session for transfer                       Orientation, Orientation Camps, and/or First-Year
                                                                                   students occur in August. Occurring concurrently with Orientation is Frog Camp,                        Seminars. Ability to work in fast-paced environment;
                                                                                   TCU's extended orientation camp for                                                                    ability to work with current and new students,
                                                                                   incoming students. Frog Camp takes place throughout Texas, Colorado,                                   parents, and faculty, staff, and administrators;
                                                                                   Washington DC, and Spain. The staff consists of 2 professional staff and 20                            creative, detail-oriented; ability to work as part of a
                                                                                   Orientation Student Assistants (OSA) and is supported by the Director of Parent                        team and lead a team; ability to balance multiple
                                                                                   Programs and 2 Assistant Directors of Student Development Services. The student                        projects simultaneously
                                                                                   program and the family program run concurrently during each individual session.
                                                                                   Responsibilities include: Support and participate in the OSA 3-week training
                                                                                   program [5/16/12 - 6/2/12].
                                                                                   Assist the professional staff in OSA supervision. Mentor and support the student
                                                                                   Frog Camp Directors. Work to support the logistics of the sessions, including but not
                                                                                   limited to, communication with presenters, session preparation (nametags and
                                                                                   organizing check-in materials), management of check-in process and corresponding
                                                                                   paperwork, facilitation of Day 1 staff meeting. Be on-call in the residence hall when
                                                                                   new students and their families are staying in the building. Collect, analyze, and
                                                                                   distribute Orientation evaluation data. During late June and July, work on logistics
                                                                                   and communication for the Frog Camps that take place outside the state of Texas
                                                                                   (Spain, DC, and Alpine [Colorado]). Outline and work to create the two day-long
                                                                                   transfer student orientation sessions. Assist in the planning of First Year programs,
                                                                                   such as Connections, Common Reading, Need 2 Know, and the Chancellor's
                                                                                   Assembly for the Class of 2016. Represent the First Year Experience at campus
                                                                                   meetings and on campus committees. Other duties as assigned.




Texas State       NODA Intern        Texas   Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.admissio Position will be responsible for managing and supervising evening activities for      1      Current    The ideal candidate will possess strong leadership        05/21/2011   Somewhat
Unviersity                                   OK, KS, MO, AR ) ns.txstate.edu/nso freshman overnight sessions including first point of contact for OL staff. Will assist        Graduate   skills, quick advanced decision making skills in
                                                                                  with the planning and implementing of Orientation Leader week long training. Texas           Student    emergencies, adaptable and flexible, clear and
                                                                                  State University has two freshman overnight sessions and one transfer/freshman                          concise communication skills, willing to work long
                                                                                  one day session Monday-Friday with family orientation occurring concurrently. The                       hours and desire to learn new information as a
                                                                                  position will have the opportunity to participate in all aspects of the Orientation                     paraprofessional in the Orientation field. Previous
                                                                                  Season including conducting a research project on family orientation programs of                        experience with both incoming new students and
                                                                                  Texas State as well as comparable institutions and submit at the end of the                             families preferred.
                                                                                  orientation season. In addition, the NODA intern will be encouraged to meet other
                                                                                  university representatives for professional development through the summer. The
                                                                                  NODA intern will report to the Coordinator for New Student Orientation.
Trinity University   New Student        Texas   Region 4: ( TX,  http://web.trinity.edu The New Student Orientation (NSO) & Welcome Week (WW) program is a part of           1   Current    Qualified applicants should currently be enrolled in a 06/18/2012   Yes
                     Orientation                OK, KS, MO, AR ) /x4927.xml             the Office for Campus and Community Involvement. Since Trinity University is a           Graduate   Master's level program for Higher Education
                     Graduate Intern                                                    small campus, NSO/WW is a collaborative venture between Student Affairs,                 Student    Administration or a related field. Applicants need to
                                                                                        Academic Affairs, and many other departments. Our intern will be a critical member                  have an interest in new student programs and a small
                                                                                        of the NSO/WW team by: editing and publishing the NSO Handbook; updating and                        private liberal arts and sciences institution. A
                                                                                        expanding the First Year webpage; developing/presenting during Orientation Team                     successful applicant needs to be able to manage
                                                                                        training; helping fine tune the NSO, WW, and Parents' Orientation schedule;                         multiple responsibilities effectively, communicate
                                                                                        attending NSO Steering Committee meetings; attending all departmental outreach                      appropriately through verbal and written means, and
                                                                                        meetings for NSO; participating in all CCI staff meetings and Student Affairs                       establish rapport quickly with his/her colleagues.
                                                                                        divisional meetings. Since Trinitys NSO/WW program occurs in late August, an                        Basic understanding of website management is a
                                                                                        ideal candidate would be able to remain through the end of the program, allowing for                preferred skill set.
                                                                                        the intern to provide assistance during NSO/WW and see his/her work to fruition.




University of Missouri Summer Welcome   MO      Region 4: ( TX,  http://newstudent.mi Summer Welcome is Mizzous summer orientation, advisement, and registration        1        Current    Intern should be mature, approachable, flexible, and 05/15/2012     Somewhat
                       NODA Intern              OK, KS, MO, AR ) ssouri.edu/summer program. There are 21 scheduled two-day freshmen sessions, four one-day transfer              Graduate   willing to work in a fast paced environment. He or she
                                                                 welcome              sessions, and one dual freshmen/transfer session. Thirty six Summer Welcome                Student    must have the ability to communicate effectively,
                                                                                      Leaders are responsible for assisting parents and students with their orientation                     multi task, work long hours, and maintain a positive
                                                                                      experience.                                                                                           attitude. Intern must have a strong desire to assist
                                                                                                                                                                                            new students and their parents. Prior experience in
                                                                                        Responsibilities include but not limited to: supervising student staff (Summer                      orientation and supervising students is desired.
                                                                                        Welcome Leaders), serving as a mentor/role model for the Summer Welcome                             Knowledge of StudentVoice assessment in preferred,
                                                                                        leaders, managing front desk operations during orientation sessions, assisting                      but not required.
                                                                                        students and parents by answering questions and problem solving, managing the
                                                                                        program evaluation process, and managing social networking programs.
University of North   Parent Orientation   Texas   Region 4: ( TX,  http://transition.unt. The NODA intern is an integral member of our professional orientation staff within    1     Current    Graduate student only. The intern should possess       05/21/2011   Somewhat
Texas                 Intern                       OK, KS, MO, AR ) edu/                   the Office of Orientation and Transition programs. The intern will assist will all          Graduate   maturity, integrity, excellent communication and
                                                                                           aspects of the Freshman Parent Orientation and the Transfer Parent Orientation.             Student    organizational skills and a positive attitude.
                                                                                           The intern will be directly responsible for: serving as a live-in professional staff                   Applicants must be prepared to handle long hours
                                                                                           member in the Parent Orientation residence hall, responding to emergencies within                      and weekend work during their experience and
                                                                                           the residence hall, and assisting with supervision of the Parent Orientation student                   during the orientation sessions. Must be able to work
                                                                                           leader team (approximately 5 students). Additionally, the intern will assist with:                     in both inside and outside conditions and be able to
                                                                                           training of student staff, coordinating the check-in and check-out procedures for for                  carry 30 lbs. Prior experience advising or supervising
                                                                                           all Parent Orientations, coordinating duty schedules for Parent Orientation                            students is desired, but not required. Experience in
                                                                                           Leaders,                                                                                               orientation programs and/or residence life desirable.
                                                                                           motivating and recognizing student staff, and performing other duties or special                       Intern should be proficient in Mircosoft Excel and
                                                                                           projects as assigned. Assistance with logistics such as moving orientation materials                   Microsoft Word. Spanish-speaking candidates
                                                                                           is expected. The intern is encouraged to express professional development goals                        encouraged, but bilingual proficiency not
                                                                                           and interests throughout the internship experience.                                                    required.




University of North   New Student        Texas     Region 4: ( TX,  http://transition.unt. The NODA Intern is an integral member of our professional orientation staff within      1   Current    Graduate student only. The intern should possess       5/21/12      Somewhat
Texas                 Orientation Summer           OK, KS, MO, AR ) edu                    the Office of Orientation & Transition Programs. The intern will assist with all            Graduate   maturity, integrity, excellent communication and
                      Intern                                                               aspects of New Student Orientation (Freshman & Transfer Orientation). The intern            Student    organizational skills, and a positive attitude.
                                                                                           will be directly responsible for: serving as a live-in professional staff member in the                Applicants must be prepared to handle long hours
                                                                                           orientation residence hall, responding to emergencies within the residence hall,                       and weekend work during their experience and
                                                                                           supervising the Orientation Leader team (approximately 40 students) in the                             during orientation sessions. Prior experience advising
                                                                                           residence hall, supervising evening activities during New Student                                      or supervising students is desired, but not required.
                                                                                           Orientation sessions, coordinating on-call rotations for the Orientation Leader team,                  Experience in orientation programs and/or residence
                                                                                           and planning mid-summer team training. Additionally, the intern will assist with:                      life is desirable. Intern should be proficient in
                                                                                           summer training, coordinating check-in and check-out procedures for Freshman &                         Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.
                                                                                           Transfer Orientation, coordinating duty schedules for Orientation Leaders,
                                                                                           coordinating small group room assignments, motivating and recognizing staff, and
                                                                                           performing other duties as assigned. Assistance with special projects is expected.
                                                                                           The intern is encouraged to express desired areas for professional development
                                                                                           throughout the internship experience.
University of North   UNTHSC               Texas   Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.hsc.unt.e The NODA intern will operate within the Office of Student Development, working        1   Current    The intern will be currently enrolled in a higher       05/14/2012   Somewhat
Texas Health          Orientation Intern           OK, KS, MO, AR ) du/departments/Stu primarily with the Student Development Coordinators to plan, implement, and                 Graduate   education graduate program and demonstrate a
Science Center                                                      dentAffairs/Student execute orientation programs and new initiatives for each of our graduate, health          Student    strong interest in new student programs. Qualities
                                                                    Development/         profession programs. Programs include the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine,                     that the intern should possess include strong
                                                                                         School of Health Professions (including Physician Assistant Studies and Doctor of                    communication and interpersonal skills, attention to
                                                                                         Physical Therapy), Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and the School of                         detail, the ability to work both independently and as
                                                                                         Public Health. The intern will be responsible for incorporating social events into                   part of a team, positive attitude, and a professional
                                                                                         academic orientation, further development of program assessment and student                          demeanor that is appropriate for working with
                                                                                         learning outcomes, potentially assisting in the development of an Emergent Leaders                   graduate students. Prior experience working with
                                                                                         Program, expanding and coordinating the role of student groups in orientation, and                   orientation or new student programs is beneficial.
                                                                                         making recommendations for future orientation programs. The intern will help                         Intern should be proficient in Microsoft Excel and
                                                                                         facilitate orientation sessions such as registration, meals, social events, general                  Microsoft Word.
                                                                                         student questions, and complete special projects as needed. Other duties as
                                                                                         assigned. Ideally, intern is available to commit to a 12-week internship with the
                                                                                         ability to earn a total stipend of $2820. Start and end dates and hours worked per
                                                                                         week negotiable. Intern must have full availability for the week of May 21st-25th and
                                                                                         July 16th-July 20th.
University of Texas   New Maverick         TX   Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.uta.edu/ This position plays an integral role in the planning and overall implementation of the 1      Current    Should have experience and interest working with         05/14/2012      Yes
at Arlington          Orientation Intern        OK, KS, MO, AR ) orientation         orientation program. Listed are many of the specific duties of the intern but the             Graduate   college students in a supportive and supervisory
                                                                                     position will not be limited only to the following. The intern will provide overall           Student    capacity.
                                                                                     supervision, planning, and leadership for the overnight portion of the program. This                     Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree. Enrollment in
                                                                                     includes assigning guests to residence hall rooms, staying overnight in the                              graduate school program of College Student
                                                                                     residence hall with orientation                                                                          Personnel or
                                                                                     leaders and guests, planning and executing evening activities for guests, and                            related field is preferred. Preference given to
                                                                                     supervising both the orientation leaders and guests during their overnight stay. The                     applicants with prior orientation experience.
                                                                                     intern will also assist with the overall supervision of orientation leaders by assigning
                                                                                     duties and coordinating those duties during the orientation program. This position
                                                                                     will oversee logistics for the activities fair, held for incoming freshmen and their
                                                                                     parents and attended by student organizations and campus departments. These
                                                                                     logistics include assigning tables, directing student organization and campus
                                                                                     department participants, recording participant involvement, and handling disputes.
                                                                                     The intern will enhance the social media efforts of the orientation office. In addition
                                                                                     to the duties listed, the
                                                                                     intern will have other duties relevant to the orientation program as assigned.




University of Texas Orientation Intern     TX   Region 4: ( TX,  http://utsa.edu/orien Orientation Interns are an important part of the Orientation and Family Programs        4   Current    The successful candidate will have experience in            05/08/2012   Somewhat
San Antonio (UTSA)                              OK, KS, MO, AR ) tation/               (OFP) leadership team which includes a Director, two Associate Directors, a                 Graduate   working with first year programs, preferably in
                                                                                       Program Coordinator and two Administrative Support Staff members. The Interns               Student    Orientation or Residence life, in a diverse setting.
                                                                                       will assist the leadership team in providing supervision and staff development                         Have intermediate computer skills including working
                                                                                       programming for four Student Coordinators, four Team Leaders, and 22 Orientation                       knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power
                                                                                       Leaders. Other key aspects of the position include overseeing the residential                          Point, and Publisher). Good Communication skills, a
                                                                                       orientation program; assisting with the facilitation of various aspects of freshman                    positive attitude, flexibility and initiative are just some
                                                                                       orientation (3 day/2night), family orientation (two day/two night) transfer orientation                of the interpersonal skills we are looking for in an
                                                                                       (one day) and online orientation; Roadrunner Adventure Trips; and Roadrunner                           Orientation Intern
                                                                                       Camp. Other duties as assigned.
Webster University   First Year           MO   Region 4: ( TX,  http://www.webster. A NODA Intern at Webster University will be responsible for any/all of the following: 1        Current         A NODA Intern at Webster University should have        05/21/2012   Somewhat
                     Experience and            OK, KS, MO, AR ) edu/orientation     Conduct research and evaluations, develop an orientation manual, serve on                      Graduate        experience and interest in working with college
                     Orientation Intern                                             orientation planning committees, assist in the implementation of programs, assist in           Student, Post   students in a supportive and supervisory capacity.
                                                                                    student leader training and supervision, work with budget planning and                         Bachelor's      They should have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree
                                                                                    management, attend orientation staff meetings, work on projects individually and               Degree - No     and enrollment in graduate school. A candidate
                                                                                    with the team, assist with facility organization, communicate with incoming students           Grad School     should have experience and/or interest in
                                                                                    and parents, work with staff in other divisions/departments, and possible other                Experience      programming, planning special events, peer
                                                                                    duties as needed. The intern will serve as a member of the First Year Experience                               education, and/or working with special student
                                                                                    Programs and Orientation Department and aid in the final preparations for summer                               populations. The ideal candidate will possess good
                                                                                    Orientation. The intern will have the opportunity to participate in many different                             organizational skills, creativity, energy, a positive
                                                                                    aspects of development for Orientation programming including check-in procedures,                              attitude, the desire to learn, and the ability to work
                                                                                    session coordination and presentation, and the development of Orientation student                              independently as well as part of a team.
                                                                                    life sessions. This position is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in
                                                                                    gaining supervisory experience and learning about our Orientation process.




DePaul University    NODA Graduate        IL   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://studentaffairs. The NODA graduate intern will gain hands-on experience in orientation program        1   Current         Applicants must actively be pursuing a Masters       05/29/2012     Somewhat
                     Intern                    IL, ND, SD, MN,     depaul.edu/nsfe/       coordination and management, development and presentation of workshops, staff            Graduate        Degree in College Student Personnel or related field
                                               WI, MB )                                   supervision, and program assessment. Major projects for the graduate intern              Student         of study. The ideal candidate will possess excellent
                                                                                          include: facilitation of student staff training, design of programs for staff                            written and oral communication skills, and have a
                                                                                          development and team recognition, supervision of student staff, coordination and                         strong understanding of student development theory.
                                                                                          management of program logistics, development and presentation of informational                           Demonstrated success with programming and project
                                                                                          sessions for students and parents, coordination of orientation evaluation process,                       management is critical, and knowledge of and
                                                                                          assistance with the creation of college life programming element within freshman                         experience with orientation programs.
                                                                                          and transfer orientation, and supervision and emergency/crisis response during
                                                                                          overnight Premiere DePaul programs.
Dominican University Academic Advising    IL   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.dom.edu The internship with the Rosary College of Arts and Sciences Advising Office will     1    Current    Professional development activities directly related to 05/21/2012   Yes
                     Graduate Intern           IL, ND, SD, MN,                        provide professional experience in academic advising, retention, and program              Graduate   advising; Commitment to assessment principles and
                                               WI, MB )                               planning. The following are the specific goals and job duties for the position: Work      Student    continuous improvement of advising programs,
                                                                                      with Asst. Dean of Advising to provide academic support to the Orientation Program                   processes, and services; Demonstrated ability and
                                                                                      (i.e. coordination of new student schedules, placement testing, training of faculty                  willingness to use technology to enhance the
                                                                                      advisors and TORCH leaders); Assist with the coordination and training of Peer                       advisement process; Excellent organizational,
                                                                                      Advisors. Assist in analyzing retention data, and design programs to help at-risk                    problem-solving, decision-making, communication
                                                                                      students; Adhere to the highest principles of ethical behavior; Assist in contacting                 (oral and written), interpersonal, and human relations
                                                                                      students who have not registered.                                                                    skills; Successful experience and/or understanding of
                                                                                                                                                                                           student development/advisement; Strong
                                                                                                                                                                                           commitment to core values of advising including, but
                                                                                                                                                                                           not limited to, responsibility to students, appropriate
                                                                                                                                                                                           involvement of faculty/staff in advising process,
                                                                                                                                                                                           professional responsibility to college and community,
                                                                                                                                                                                           as well as individual role as an advisor; Experience
                                                                                                                                                                                           working with Advising is preferred.




Dominican University Dean of Students     IL   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.dom.edu Serve on the Orientation Planning Committee and assist with the implementation of 1       Current    Experience working in orientation or first year      05/14/2012      Yes
                     Office Orientation        IL, ND, SD, MN,                        a comprehensive undergraduate orientation program: working with first year,               Graduate   programs preferred. Ability to manage multiple
                     Intern                    WI, MB )                               transfer, international and parent programs. Assist in the facilitation of five two-day   Student    projects is required. The NODA Intern will serve as
                                                                                      summer overnight orientation program for first year students and three one-day                       the on-call person for the overnight program and the
                                                                                      transfer programs. Serve as the emergency contact for the overnight experience.                      ability to manage emergency situations is preferred.
                                                                                      Assist in the training and supervision of the Summer Torch/Orientation Leaders.                      Excellent organization, problem-solving, decision-
                                                                                      Develop a training program and manual for the Fall Torch/Orientation Leaders.                        making, communication and interpersonal skills
                                                                                      Work with the Orientation Committee of the development of the Fall Welcome                           required. Understanding of student development and
                                                                                      Weekend program. The intern reports to the Associate Dean of Students.                               transition theories preferred.
Illinois Institute of   NODA Intern       Illinois   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.iit.edu   : NODA intern will help to facilitate Orientation Leader training and help to design  1    Current    Applicants should be a current graduate student that 06/06/2012       Yes
Technology                                           IL, ND, SD, MN,                          program for staff development and team recognition; assist in the day-to-day               Graduate   is comfortable working in a flexible, but fast paced
                                                     WI, MB )                                 operations of the Orientation office; co-coordinate the logistics and management of        Student    environment. Applicant should have team building
                                                                                              the summer orientation sessions; possibility to present informal programs during                      skills and be comfortable taking the lead on projects.
                                                                                              orientation; assist Orientation Leaders in providing social programming for incoming                  Experience with international students is preferred.
                                                                                              students; provide overnight emergency response during overnight programs; co-
                                                                                              coordinate Orientation evaluation; assist with the creation and implementation of the
                                                                                              IIT Parents Network and other parent programming; coordination of Welcome Week
                                                                                              activities; other duties as assigned




Iowa Western            NODA Intern -     Iowa       Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.iwcc.edu Iowa Western Community Colleges Student Services has one internship available           1   Current    A basic understanding of orientation and how it          05/29/2012   No
Community College       Student Success              IL, ND, SD, MN,     /                   for a current graduate student looking to further their experiences within Student          Graduate   relates to the overall development, success and
                                                     WI, MB )                                Services. The intern will be a vital team member of the Student Success Office and          Student    persistence of students, as well as the correlation of
                                                                                             New Student Orientation (NSO). The intern will be responsible for the following                        the institutional mission and goals with a successful
                                                                                             items during the internship:                                                                           college education. Prior student services experience
                                                                                             1. Assist in the management and implementation of the variety of NSO programs                          is preferred, and may include Student Life,
                                                                                             offered at IWCC.                                                                                       Orientation, Residence Life, Admissions Guide/Host,
                                                                                             2. Work closely with the Academic Support Coordinator and Student Support                              Student Government etc. Must be a graduate
                                                                                             Specialist to provide training, supervision, and evaluation for the Reiver Guides, a                   student in good academic standing and have
                                                                                             group of NSO student assistants.                                                                       completed a minimum of one semester in a Masters
                                                                                             3. Assist implementation of Reiver Guide training, which focus on job                                  degree program in the area(s) of student affairs,
                                                                                             responsibilities, college policies and procedures, staff development, customer                         student personnel services/higher education,
                                                                                             services training, and team building. The majority of the training will take place                     enrollment management, admissions, higher
                                                                                             during the summer.                                                                                     education administration, public administration, non-
                                                                                             4. Evaluate and/or create assessment tools for orientation programs and Reiver                         profit management or related field. Essential
                                                                                             Guides.                                                                                                qualities include leadership, energy, positive attitude,
                                                                                             5. Assist with clerical duties of orientation, including managing registration database                sense of humor, outgoing personality, integrity,
                                                                                             and confirmation mailers along with daily management and logistical support of the                     flexibility, a strong work ethic, initiative, a team
                                                                                             program, such as early arrival coordination, registration, program set-up, etc.                        player, work independently, excellent organizational
                                                                                             6. Able to lift heavy boxes, move materials, stuff packets and bags, and provide                       skills, clear and concise communication skills, and
                                                                                             general office assistance as needed.                                                                   the ability to work with a diverse group of individuals.
                                                                                             7. Arrange interviews with representatives from other department across campus to                      The ideal candidate will have strong writing and
                                                                                             further the learning process and/or to fulfill any grad program requirements.                          editing skills and ability to compose documents and
                                                                                             8. Conduct research on orientation programs at comparable institutions (i.e. online                    literature/publications related to orientation. Must be
                                                                                             orientation), keep a journal of his/her experiences, and submit a brief report at the                  proficient in standard Microsoft Office applications
                                                                                             end of the internship. This report would be used to improve our orientation                            (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
                                                                                             programs, as well as to improve the experience for future NODA interns.
Lakeland College    NODA Intern -      WI   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.lakeland. The NODA Intern will work closely with Student Activities, Residence Life, and        1    Current    The ideal candidate will be a graduate student in          05/09/2012   Yes
                    Orientation             IL, ND, SD, MN,     edu/                 Admissions to assist with the overall planning and implementation of the summer            Graduate   Higher Education who has completed at least one
                    Graduate Student        WI, MB )                                 and fall new student orientations, family orientation, and transfer/adult orientation      Student    year of study. Excellent written and oral
                                                                                     programs. This position will assist/coordinate the following areas: train and                         communication skills, strong leadership skills,
                                                                                     supervise the Orientation Leaders, assign overnight housing in conjunction with                       effective organizational skills, and attention to detail
                                                                                     Residence Life, revise and distribute various orientation related publications, plan                  are essential. Must be enthusiastic and energetic,
                                                                                     Fall Welcome Week activities, and other duties as assigned. This position will work                   and have the ability to work with a diverse student
                                                                                     cooperatively with Student Life staff to provide a rich balance of programs and                       population. Must have a strong work ethic and the
                                                                                     services that enhance students leadership skills and encourage personal growth, all                   ability to perform independently during flexible work
                                                                                     while pulling in fresh concepts/ideas. Additional opportunities based on interests of                 hours. Previous experience with orientation
                                                                                     candidate. It is also our goal to provide our NODA Intern opportunities for personal                  programs is a plus. A positive/fun attitude is also a
                                                                                     growth and an enjoyable experience.                                                                   huge plus.




Lincoln College-    Orientation        IL   Region 5: ( NE, IA,                      The Office of Residential and Student Life strives to provide a welcoming             1    Current    The successful candidate must be currently enrolled 05/28/2012          Yes
Normal              Internship              IL, ND, SD, MN,                          atmosphere to Lincoln College-Normal students and parents. As a member of our              Graduate   in a higher education (or comparable) graduate
                                            WI, MB )                                 professional staff, the NODA intern will work with various aspects of the Colleges         Student    program. Experience in orientation, student life
                                                                                     Placement, Registration and Orientation Period (PROP) program, as well as other                       and/or residential life is preferred. This position
                                                                                     components of new student and transfer student orientation. Specifically, this                        allows for a great deal of autonomy, creativity and
                                                                                     position will:                                                                                        initiative. Strong communications, interpersonal
                                                                                                                                                                                           skills and attention to detail are all very important.
                                                                                      assist with the planning, implementation and evaluation of PROP;                                     The successful candidate will be able to work
                                                                                      be responsible for supervising and training the student orientation leaders;                         independently and collaboratively, enjoy a fast-paced
                                                                                      assist in the planning and organization of the Fall 2011 Weeks of Welcome (WOW)                      environment and balance multiple tasks. A
                                                                                     Program;                                                                                              willingness to learn and a good sense of humor is a
                                                                                      serve in an on-call capacity for psychological, medical, and maintenance                             must.
                                                                                     situations/emergencies by acting within the established protocols for each.


Loyola University   Discover Loyola    IL   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.luc.edu/fi The Discover Loyola NODA Internship at Loyola University Chicago provides an          1   Current    The Discover Loyola NODA Intern should be              05/14/2012       Somewhat
Chicago             NODA Intern             IL, ND, SD, MN,     rstyearexperience/in opportunity for a graduate student to assist in creating a welcoming environments          Graduate   currently enrolled in a graduate program in higher
                                            WI, MB )            dex.shtml             that encourage student and community development in the spirit of Loyola                  Student    education/student affairs. Experience with orientation
                                                                                      University Chicagos Jesuit Heritage. The Discover Loyola Intern will participate in                  programs and/or residence life is preferred.
                                                                                      the day to day summer operations of the orientation programs serving the incoming
                                                                                      freshmen, transfer students, and their parents and guests. The internship is
                                                                                      designed to offer intentional development for a graduate professional to enhance
                                                                                      their student development experience. The primary responsibilities include: assist
                                                                                      with the supervision, training and evaluation of 50 orientation leaders; serve as the
                                                                                      primary on-call crisis management contact during the orientation program in the
                                                                                      residence hall; direct orientation leaders in student production during orientation
                                                                                      program that highlights key transitional issues; develop and lead session during the
                                                                                      transfer orientation program for students and their guests; facilitate professional
                                                                                      development sessions for orientation leaders; meet with Assistant Director weekly
                                                                                      and participate in weekly staff meetings.
Macalester College    Orientation Intern   MN   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.macalest The Macalester NODA intern will be an integral member of our Campus Programs          1           Current    Respect and enthusiasm for Macalester College's        05/21/2012   Yes
                                                IL, ND, SD, MN,     er.edu/campusprogr staff which consists of a Director of Campus Life, an Associate Director, 2 Assistant              Graduate   core values of academic excellence, internationalism,
                                                WI, MB )            ams                 Directors, a graduate assistant and 3 student Orientation Coordinators. Special                   Student    multiculturalism, and civic engagement; The ability to
                                                                                        projects to be determined based on the skills and interests of the successful                                work independently and collaboratively with students,
                                                                                        candidate. The intern may be responsible for any/all of the following:                                       staff and faculty; Effective communication, program
                                                                                        - Provide support and assistance to the student Orientation Coordinators - Assist                            development and organizational skills; Competency
                                                                                        with the development of orientation leader training and compile training manual for                          in multicultural and intercultural understanding;
                                                                                        staff - Assist in the development of outreach materials for Sophomore Year initiative                        Knowledge of student development theories;
                                                                                        programming - Update "First Six Weeks" web-based newsletters to serve as a                                   Experience in leadership position(s); Ablility to
                                                                                        supplement for incoming students' orientation experience - Attend Orientation staff                          manage a fast-paced environment that requires multi-
                                                                                        meetings - Facilitate ongoing communication with incoming students and parents                               tasking; Good decision-making skills; A good sense
                                                                                        via email campaigns, web page, and FaceBook - Participate in the "on-call" duty                              of humor; Ability to use knowledge of student learning
                                                                                        rotation for summer residential areas.                                                                       and guidance from Campus Life learning outcomes
                                                                                                                                                                                                     and the College mission to develop, design,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     implement,and assess student learning through
                                                                                                                                                                                                     involvement; Proficiency in Microsoft Word and
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Excel. Experience with other computer applications a
                                                                                                                                                                                                     plus.




Millikin University   Student Programs     IL   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.millikin.e 1.Create a comprehensive 5 day training for ~40 First Year Experience Mentors       up to 2     Current    Experience working with MS word, access, adobe,      May 28, 2011 Yes
                      Graduate Intern           IL, ND, SD, MN,     du/student_program (FYEMs).                                                                               positions   Graduate   and publisher
                                                WI, MB )            s                     2.Develop a training manual to be given to each First Year Experience Mentor.                   Student    Strong writing skills
                                                                                          3. Assist with Orientation and Registration during the week of June 11-15, 2012                            Organized and detail oriented
                                                                                          (tentative times).                                                                                         Strong communication skills
                                                                                          4.Serve on the First Week planning committee.                                                              Strong programmatic skills
                                                                                          5.Assist in developing the one day service project during First Week.                                      Creativity
                                                                                          6.Organize the placement of the First Year Experience Mentors with appropriate
                                                                                          First Year Seminar courses.
                                                                                          7. Assist with revamping the Parents Association.
                                                                                          8. Assist with working with other areas of the Office of Student Programs such as
                                                                                          leadership, fraternity/sorority life, wellness, and University Center operations.
                                                                                          9.Other Duties as assigned




Ripon College         Orientation Summer WI     Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.ripon.ed The summer intern will assist with the overall planning and implementation of the   1             Current    The ideal candidate will be a graduate student in      05/15/2012   Yes
                      Intern                    IL, ND, SD, MN,     u                   Summer Orientation programs (3) in June. This includes training and supervision of                Graduate   Higher Education who has completed at least one
                                                WI, MB )                                the Orientation Committee, assistance in the revision and distribution of various                 Student    year of study. Excellent oral and written
                                                                                        publications, planning of fall Welcome Week activities, and other related duties as                          communication skills and strong leadership skills are
                                                                                        assigned. Additional opportunities are available based on the intern's specific                              essential. Candidate should be enthusiastic,
                                                                                        interests.                                                                                                   energetic, and have a strong work ethic. Applicants
                                                                                                                                                                                                     should be proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Excel, and Publisher. Orientation experience is not
                                                                                                                                                                                                     required, but beneficial. The Office of Student
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Activities and Orientation is composed of the Director
                                                                                                                                                                                                     and Assistant Director and the NODA intern.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Therefore, the NODA intern will be viewed and
                                                                                                                                                                                                     incorporated as a professional staff member.
University of       NODA Internship   MN        Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.ofyp.umn Freshman Orientation: Specifically, this person would assist in the supervision of 1     Current    Applicants must have one year of graduate study         05/20/2012    Yes
Minnesota-Twin      2012                        IL, ND, SD, MN,     .edu                the Orientation Programming Assistants, 4 students who are responsible for the           Graduate   complete prior to internship. Experience working with
Cities                                          WI, MB )                                behind the scenes logistics. In addition, the intern will assist with training and       Student    Orientation, Retention, and Transition programs are
                                                                                        supervision of the Orientation Leaders and serve as a member of the Orientation                     preferred but not required. Student supervision and
                                                                                        Leader Team. This team consists of the Associate Director of Freshman                               understanding of student development theory
                                                                                        Orientation, 2 Orientation Coordinators, 28 Orientation Leaders, 4 Orientation                      preferred. Must be proficient in Microsoft applications
                                                                                        Programming Assistants, and the Summer Orientation Intern. This applies to interns                  including Excel and comfortable working in complex
                                                                                        available to start in May.                                                                          and fast paced environment.

                                                                                        Transfer Orientation: The position will assist in the planning and implementation of                Qualified candidates possess an interest in working
                                                                                        Transfer Orientation program, training of the 7-8 Transfer Orientation Leaders                      in a team environment. Must be willing to learn
                                                                                                                                                                                            quickly and comfortable working independently.
                                                                                        Assessment: Assist in ongoing program assessment for Freshmen and Parent                            Proven experience in event planning including
                                                                                        Orientation (summary of qualitative results)                                                        managing details, multiple projects, negotiating
                                                                                                                                                                                            relationships.
                                                                                        Welcome Week: The position will assist in the supervision, training, scheduling and
                                                                                        evaluation of the Welcome Week Event Staff. The Event Staff is composed of
                                                                                        approximately 12-20 returning student leaders who are responsible for staffing
                                                                                        Welcome Week Headquarters, tracking attendance at Welcome Week events, and
                                                                                        creating attendance reports. The intern will be responsible for overseeing the

University of       NODA Intern       Wisconsi Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://newstudent.wi The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Center for the First-Year Experience           1   Current    Interested candidates should have completed two          05/21/2011   No
Wisconsin-Madison                     n        IL, ND, SD, MN,     sc.edu/              coordinates 33 one and a half day summer orientation sessions for new freshmen           Graduate   semesters of graduate school by the beginning of the
                                               WI, MB )                                 and their parents/guests and nine one-day orientation sessions for transfer students     Student    internship. Preference is given to applicants with
                                                                                        and their parents/guests. These sessions are called Student Orientation, Advising                   prior orientation experience and/or experience
                                                                                        and Registration (SOAR). The NODA Intern is an integral member of the Center for                    working with first year students. Applicants should be
                                                                                        the First-Year Experience professional staff and will assist in training and                        proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
                                                                                        supervising three-four undergraduate student interns and 18 orientation leaders.                    Desirable qualities include: enthusiasm, flexibility,
                                                                                        The intern will also assist with the daily operations and management of the 42                      energy, ability to think quickly, easily adapts to
                                                                                        SOAR sessions for freshmen and transfer students and their parents and guests;                      change, clear and concise communication skills,
                                                                                        coordinate summer program evaluations and summarize evaluation data for                             willingness to learn, sense of humor and a desire to
                                                                                        ongoing improvement; coordinate the evaluation process for our undergraduate                        assist new students and their families in the transition
                                                                                        interns and orientation leaders; coordinate the updating and evaluation of speakers                 to college. Candidates must be able to work evening
                                                                                        for the programs; and assist with welcome week publications, logistics and events.                  hours.
                                                                                        Other projects may be assigned based on the needs of the program and the skills
                                                                                        and interest of the intern.
University of   NODA Intern   WI   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www4.uwm.ed The Student Success Center at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee coordinates 1         Current    Interested candidates should have completed two         05/19/2012   Somewhat
Wisconsin-                         IL, ND, SD, MN,     u/ssc/             14 one-day and three 2-day overnight summer orientation sessions for incoming first       Graduate   semesters of graduate school by the beginning of the
Milwaukee                          WI, MB )                               year students and their guests. The NODA Intern will be a critical team member            Student    internship. Past experience with Orientation
                                                                          working closely with 3 professional SSC Staff in supervising 60 Orientation Leaders.                 programs is preferred, but not required. Proficiency in
                                                                          The intern will assist the Assistant Director with daily operations, develop a half-day              Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is essential.
                                                                          mid-summer training for the OLs, help run staff meetings, assist with housing                        Desired candidate qualities include: flexibility,
                                                                          assignments for overnight sessions, coordinate recognition of the OL staff, develop                  advanced organizational skills, enthusiasm, energy,
                                                                          assessment of the Orientation programs and coordinate session evaluations.                           adaptability, excellent communications skills, sense
                                                                          Pending the Interns interests, there will be opportunities to help with Campus                       of humor and a desire to help acclimate new students
                                                                          Welcome activities, Summer Bridge programs and work with Family/Parent                               to college life.
                                                                          Orientation.
University of        Graduate Summer       WI   Region 5: ( NE, IA, http://www.uwp.edu/ The Graduate Summer Intern is a graduate student employed by First Year               1   Current    Required                                                  06/01/2012   Somewhat
Wisconsin-Parkside   Intern (Anticipated        IL, ND, SD, MN,                         Experience and the Student Success Initiatives (Title III) grant to serve as a member     Graduate
                     Opening)                   WI, MB )                                of both the First Year Experience and Summer Scholars program staffs, working             Student    - Bachelors degree.
                                                                                        with instructors and staff to establish positive learning environments for students.                 - Completion of first year and continuing enrollment in
                                                                                        The Graduate Summer Intern's immediate supervisors are the First Year Experience                     a graduate degree program.
                                                                                        Coordinator and a designee from the Summer Scholars program.                                         - Significant summer availability to work.
                                                                                                                                                                                             - Demonstrated ability to work in teams of students,
                                                                                        The Graduate Summer Intern is primarily involved in creating a community                             faculty, and/or staff populations.
                                                                                        environment focused on student learning and success. In order to accomplish this,
                                                                                        the Graduate Summer Intern is expected to play a variety of constantly changing                      Preferred
                                                                                        roles. The Graduate Summer Intern must be flexible and creative in meeting
                                                                                        instructor, staff and student needs by serving as an educator, counselor, advisor,                   - Current enrollment in a student affairs preparation
                                                                                        mentor and programmer. The position requires a serious time commitment and                           graduate degree program.
                                                                                        willingness to be available and accessible to staff and students.                                    - Previous experience working with diverse student
                                                                                                                                                                                             populations.
                                                                                        The Graduate Summer Intern is expected to be available for three months from                         - Previous experience supervising student staff.
                                                                                        Friday, June 1st, through Friday, August 31st. There is some opportunity for                         - Previous experience working with orientation,
                                                                                        negotiation of start and end dates based upon intern and program needs. If the                       summer bridge, TRIO, supplemental instruction,
                                                                                        Graduate Student Intern works less than the full period, compensation will be                        and/or tutoring programs.
                                                                                        prorated appropriately.                                                                              - Availability to work from June 1st - August 31st,
                                                                                                                                                                                             2012.
                                                                                        Responsibilities

                                                                                        The Summer Graduate Intern is expected to fulfill all duties listed below, in addition
                                                                                        to other projects and assignments determined in conjunction with supervisors.

                                                                                        First Year Experience 25% (primarily in June)

                                                                                        Following are some of the specific responsibilities the Gradate Summer Intern
                                                                                        assumes while working with First Year Experience.

                                                                                        Staff Supervision, Evaluation and Recognition
                                                                                        - Indirectly supervise ROAR Leaders.
                                                                                        - Monitor staff efforts/progress based on formal and informal needs assessment and
                                                                                        targeted goals.
                                                                                        - Support and recognize group and individual achievements.
Auburn University   NODA Intern   Alabama Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.auburn.e Auburn University hosts 10 one-night summer orientation sessions for first-time      1   Current    Interested candidates should have completed at least 05/11/2012   Somewhat
                                          MS, AL, GA, FL,    du/cwe              freshmen called Camp War Eagle (CWE). Our Intern will serve as an integral,              Graduate   one semester of graduate school. Preference given
                                          TN, KY, NC, SC )                       paraprofessional part of the orientation team, and assist in leadership training for     Student    to
                                                                                 the 36 undergraduate Camp Counselors (orientation leaders) and 20 Parent                            applicants with prior orientation experience.
                                                                                 Counselors.                                                                                         Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft Excel,
                                                                                 Our Intern will participate in an overnight ropes retreat and assist with the                       PowerPoint, and Word. Desirable qualities include:
                                                                                 preparation, facilitation, and evaluation of each CWE session. CWE also has a                       ability to think quickly on their feet, easily adapts to
                                                                                 Parent Program that runs concurrently with the Student                                              change, flexibilty, sense of humor, clear and concise
                                                                                 Program, and the intern will be asked to assist with portions of the parent program.                communication skills, energy, stamina for the long
                                                                                 Our Intern will also be                                                                             hours of orientation, and a sincere desire to assist
                                                                                 asked to conduct research on orientation programs at comparable institutions, keep                  new students with their transition to college.
                                                                                 a journal of his/her summer experience, and submit a report at the end of the
                                                                                 internship. This report will be used to improve our orientation programs, as well as
                                                                                 to improve the experience for future NODA interns.
Barry University   Orientation Intern   Florida   Region 6: ( LA,                        Transition & Retention                                                                   1   Current    Bachelor's Degree and an interest in working with    05/21/2012   Somewhat
                                                  MS, AL, GA, FL,                        Assist in the planning and implementation of new student orientation, and parent             Graduate   Orientation Programs.
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                       orientation programs including the recruitment, selection, and training of the Student       Student
                                                                                         Directors for Orientation and the Orientation Team
                                                                                         Create First-Year E-News and Family Forum newsletters to all new first-year
                                                                                         Barry students and their families.
                                                                                         Assist with identification of first-year students for Peer Mentor program and with
                                                                                         data collection and analysis relevant to transition and retention efforts of Division of
                                                                                         Student Affairs
                                                                                         Plan and Implement many aspects of the Peer Mentor program including co-
                                                                                         supervision of Peer Mentors.
                                                                                         Create and maintain student resource information on Barry University Student
                                                                                         Web.

                                                                                         Leadership Development
                                                                                         Assist in the planning and implementation of leadership programs and services
                                                                                         coordinated by Center.
                                                                                         Generate and distribute a quarterly newsletter to all student leaders and student
                                                                                         organizations.
                                                                                         Create promotional materials for various department sponsored programs and
                                                                                         events.

                                                                                          Family Outreach
                                                                                          Assist in the planning and implementation of Family Involvement Program.
                                                                                          Create and maintain Barry University Family Involvement Program Resource web
                                                                                          page.
Coastal Carolina   NODA Intern          SC        Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.coastal.e The NODA intern will assist with all aspects of Freshman Orientation (eight two-day 1       Current    Sensitivity to the needs of all prospective students  05/14/11    Somewhat
University                                        MS, AL, GA, FL,    du                   sessions) and Transfer orientation (three one-day sessions). Primary                        Graduate   and the ability to communicate effectively with
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                        responsibilities will be planning, implementing and supervising evening activities;         Student    students, parents and family members, and
                                                                                          serving as a live-in professional staff member, responding to evening emergencies;                     University faculty and staff. Must be a team player
                                                                                          supervising residence hall check-in and check-out; assisting with Orientation Leader                   and able to multi-task. Excellent oral and written
                                                                                          training, assignments and supervision; ensuring sessions are taking place as                           communication skills and demonstrated leadership
                                                                                          scheduled; assisting with logistical matters;assisting with the                                        capabilities. Must be able to work long hours in both
                                                                                          registration/confirmation process prior to each session; and ensuring high levels of                   inside and outside conditions and be able to carry
                                                                                          customer service                                                                                       30lbs unassisted. Valid driver's license required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Previous experience in residence life, student
                                                                                                                                                                                                 activities, or admissions is preferred.
Dalton State College 2012 Summer          Georgia   Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.daltonsta Dalton State College will offer 17 New Student Orientation sessions throughout the 1        Current    Candidates for this internship must demonstrate a        05/14/2012   Somewhat
                     Orientation Intern             MS, AL, GA, FL,    te.edu/orientation/in duration of the 2012 NODA Internship. The types of Orientation programs include            Graduate   desire to work with new students and families to help
                                                    TN, KY, NC, SC )   dex.html              Freshman Orientation, Transfer & Non-Traditional Student Orientation, Summer               Student    them transition to Dalton State College. Previous
                                                                                             Bridge Orientation, Dual Enrollment Orientation, Online Orientation, and the Dalton                   experience with orientation programs is not
                                                                                             State satellite campus Orientation in Ellijay, Georgia. The NODA Intern will work                     necessary. Experience supervising/advising students
                                                                                             with all aspects of each of these programs, helping with the development, planning,                   preferred. Experience or interest in working with any
                                                                                             logistics, and execution of all Orientation sessions. The NODA Intern will be treated                 of the following areas is desired: first generation
                                                                                             as a critical member of the Office of Student Life Staff and will have the opportunity                college students, parent and family programming,
                                                                                             to connect with staff, faculty, and administration around campus. Additionally, the                   transfer and/or non-traditional student engagement,
                                                                                             NODA Intern will have opportunities to supervise and train about 15 student                           or first year experience programs. Initiative,
                                                                                             Orientation staff members, present information at Orientation sessions, and create                    adaptability, strong communication skills, ability to
                                                                                             and analyze program assessments. Additional professional development                                  balance multiple tasks, great attention to detail, basic
                                                                                             opportunities with Orientation will be provided in specific areas of interest of the                  Microsoft Office proficiency, a commitment to
                                                                                             NODA Intern.                                                                                          diversity, and an eagerness to learn are required. A
                                                                                                                                                                                                   sense of humor and a positive attitude are a must!




Duke University      Duke NODA Intern     NC        Region 6: ( LA,                         Duke University is offering an incredible opportunity for a NODA intern. Flexibility is 1   Current    Excellent written and oral communication skills are a 05/21/2012      Yes
                                                    MS, AL, GA, FL,                         the key advantage of this internship experience, if you are looking for a five to eight-    Graduate   must. Must be proficient in standard office
                                                    TN, KY, NC, SC )                        week experience that you can define, Duke is your internship home! This internship          Student    applications (word, excel, PowerPoint, etc) and ability
                                                                                            will be based on entrepreneurial project design and management. The NODA intern                        to operate in both a Macintosh and PC environment.
                                                                                            experience will be defined by the needs of the New Student & Family Program office                     The NODA intern will have the opportunity to work at
                                                                                            and the unique skill set a successful candidate will provide. The NODA intern will                     a world-class institution and receive hands-on
                                                                                            also have the opportunity to experience the orientation programs of other local                        training in all aspects of orientation program
                                                                                            universities. The NODA intern may be asked to work on various aspects of the                           development. Candidate will have opportunity to tailor
                                                                                            orientation program; and gain exposure to parent and family programs. Will                             the internship to fit their professional development
                                                                                            welcome additional requests for candidate to further enhance professional                              goals. Self-starter and entrepreneurial spirit a must!
                                                                                            development.
East Carolina        First Year          North      Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.ecu.edu/ The Office of Student Transitions and First Year Programs hosts eight two-day New 1              Current    The intern must be currently enrolled in a higher    05/16/2012        Somewhat
University           Programs/New        Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,    ostfyp              Student Orientation and Family Orientation sessions throughout June and July and                 Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
                     Student Orientation            TN, KY, NC, SC )                       two Transfer Orientation programs. As a member of the professional staff, the First              Student    should demonstrate an interest in new student and
                     Intern                                                                Year Programs/New Student Orientation intern will work with various aspects of the                          family programs as a profession. Prior Orientation
                                                                                           program, including assisting with Orientation Assistant training and orientation                            experience is preferred. The intern should possess a
                                                                                           check in, supervising evening activities during the sessions (on a rotating basis),                         positive attitude, strong work ethic, flexibility,
                                                                                           and other duties to support the orientation programs. The intern will also assist with                      initiative, be a team player, have excellent
                                                                                           evaluations of the Orientation Assistant staff. The intern will submit a written report                     organizational and communication skills, and the
                                                                                           summarizing the internship experience at the end of the summer. Assistance with                             ability to work with a diverse group of individuals.
                                                                                           special projects is expected and other duties as desired and assigned.                                      The intern must be very customer service oriented
                                                                                                                                                                                                       and be focused on making this the best possible
                                                                                                                                                                                                       experience for our guests. The intern should have
                                                                                                                                                                                                       the ability to work long hours, the ability to adapt
                                                                                                                                                                                                       easily to change, and a sincere concern for new
                                                                                                                                                                                                       students.


Elon University      New Student         North      Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.elon.edu/ As a result of this experience, the intern can expect to gain skills in program      1          Current    The successful applicant should have an interest in       6/4/2012     Somewhat
                     Programs Intern     Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,    orientation          planning, risk management, budget management, student leader training, workshop                 Graduate   student affairs, masters coursework required. The
                                                    TN, KY, NC, SC )                        facilitation, assessment, office management, collaboration, alumni outreach, and                Student    applicant must have excellent verbal and written
                                                                                            student development. Elon runs a fall Orientation program held four days before                            communication skills, the ability to handle multiple
                                                                                            classes begin. Essential responsibilities and duties include: Facilitate the                               tasks simultaneously, and work autonomously.
                                                                                            development of parent/family handbook; create and design quarterly parent/family                           Experience creating publications, maintaining
                                                                                            newsletters; maintain and update New Student Programs website; assist in                                   websites, and editing a plus, but not required.
                                                                                            development of student leader training; assist with training of FSE (First Year
                                                                                            Summer Experience) facilitators; maintain participant registration database for FSE;
                                                                                            manage central office as needed; other duties as assigned.




Florida Gulf Coast   Student Coordinator Florida    Region 6: ( LA,    http://studentservice This individual will assist the professional staff of Eagle View Orientation (EVO) with 1      Current    Candidates must have completed their Bachelor's           05/07/2012   No
University           - Housing and                  MS, AL, GA, FL,    s.fgcu.edu/NewStud the preparation, facilitation, and evaluation of our Orientation Leader Summer                    Graduate   Degree and be currently enrolled in a graduate
                     Evening Activities             TN, KY, NC, SC )   entPrograms/          Training program, and in the preparation for particular elements of our two-day                Student    program in college student personnel, higher
                                                                                             orientation program for first-year students. These things include working with                            education administration, or a related field. Prior
                                                                                             Housing and Residence Life staff to share policies and expectations with all live-in                      experience working in an orientation program (or
                                                                                             staff, determining all evening job duties for the EVO student staff, and to prepare for                   other large-scale program) in a university setting as
                                                                                             the process of residence hall room assignment, key distribution/return, and luggage                       an undergraduate or graduate student is highly
                                                                                             storage/return during each EVO program.                                                                   desirable. Prior experience supervising
                                                                                                                                                                                                       undergraduate students is highly desirable.
                                                                                            This individual will work all 2-day EVO programs for freshmen as a Central                                 Candidates must have excellent written and oral
                                                                                            (professional) Staff member, assisting in the supervision of Orientation Leaders                           communication skills and group facilitation skills.
                                                                                            during 2-day EVO programs while performing his/her specific job duties. The                                Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications is
                                                                                            primary focus of this position during the EVO program itself is on the oversight and                       desirable.
                                                                                            supervision of the evening activities included in the EVO program, as well as the
                                                                                            overnight experience for students in our Residence Halls. This includes serving as                         In addition,ideal candidates must be dedicated to
                                                                                            our liaison with Campus Recreation staff regarding evening activities, and with                            customer service, detail-oriented, flexible, resilient,
                                                                                            Housing and Residence Life staff regarding room assignment, key                                            team-oriented, and able to contribute in positive ways
                                                                                            distribution/return, and luggage storage/return.                                                           to an office that is designed to help facilitate the
                                                                                                                                                                                                       successful transition of our students into the
                                                                                            In addition, this individual will facilitate floor rounds during two-day orientation                       university setting.
                                                                                            programs, be on duty to assess individuals who enter the residence hall after
                                                                                            curfew, and address any policy violations that occur in residence by working with the
                                                                                            appropriate staff members in Residence Life and the university community.

                                                                                            Finally, this individual will assist the professional staff with the facilitation of our one-
                                                                                            day programs for transfer students, and be involved in our annual staff retreat,
                                                                                            Admissions Calling Project, and other duties as assigned throughout the period of
                                                                                            the internship.
Florida Gulf Coast   Student Coordinator Florida   Region 6: ( LA,    http://studentservice This individual will assist the professional staff of Eagle View Orientation (EVO) and 1        Current    Candidates must have completed their Bachelor's           05/07/2012   No
University           - Special                     MS, AL, GA, FL,    s.fgcu.edu/NewStud First Year Advising(FYA) with the preparation, delivery, and evaluation of our                     Graduate   Degree and be currently enrolled in a graduate
                     Populations                   TN, KY, NC, SC )   entPrograms/          Orientation Leader Summer Training program, and in the preparation for particular               Student    program in college student personnel, higher
                                                                                            elements of our two-day orientation program for first-year students. This includes                         education administration, or a related field. Prior
                                                                                            assisting FYA in preparing to work with students during the EVO process who are a                          experience working in an orientation program (or
                                                                                            part of one or more of the following populations of students who have unique                               other large-scale program) in a university setting as
                                                                                            advising-related needs: college-advised students, honors students, student athletes,                       an undergraduate or graduate student is highly
                                                                                            students admitted to The Bower School of Music, students who are remedial                                  desirable. Prior experience supervising
                                                                                            admission status, and Dual Enrollment students.                                                            undergraduate students is highly desirable.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Candidates must have excellent written and oral
                                                                                            This individual will work all 2-day EVO programs for freshmen as a Central                                 communication skills and group facilitation skills.
                                                                                            (professional) Staff member, assisting in the supervision of Orientation Leaders                           Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications is
                                                                                            during 2-day EVO programs while performing his/her specific job duties. The                                desirable.
                                                                                            primary focus of this position during the EVO program itself is on serving as a
                                                                                            liaison to the academic colleges/schools and to a number of key academic                                   In addition, ideal candidates must be dedicated to
                                                                                            departments to assist in the process of student advising/registration during 2-day                         customer service, detail-oriented, flexible, resilient,
                                                                                            EVO programs. This individual will work with FYA to determine those students                               team-oriented, and able to contribute in positive ways
                                                                                            directly advised by their academic college, and work with EVO to arrange for their                         to an office that is designed to help facilitate the
                                                                                            advising and course registration. In addition, this individual will assist the EVO staff                   successful transition of our students into the
                                                                                            in ensuring that other special populations attend special program elements created                         university setting.
                                                                                            to meet their unique needs.


                                                                                            Finally, this individual will assist the professional staff with the facilitation of our one-
                                                                                            day programs for transfer students, and be involved in our annual staff retreat,
                                                                                            Admissions Calling Project, and other duties as assigned throughout the period of
                                                                                            the internship.
Florida Gulf Coast   Academic Advising   Florida   Region 6: ( LA,    http://studentservice This individual will serve as a paraprofessional advisor to first year students in direct 1     Current    Candidates must have completed their Bachelor's        05/07/2012      Somewhat
University           Assistant                     MS, AL, GA, FL,    s.fgcu.edu/NewStud collaboration with the academic counselors in First Year Advising (FYA) within the                 Graduate   Degree and be currently enrolled in a graduate
                                                   TN, KY, NC, SC )   entPrograms/          Office of New Student Programs. This position includes a wide range of duties prior             Student    program in college student personnel, higher
                                                                                            to beginning our Eagle View Orientation (EVO) programs, including the preparation                          education administration, counselor education, or a
                                                                                            of advising and orientation print materials, the preparation of math placement testing                     related field. Prior experience working in an
                                                                                            lists prior to orientation, and communicating with students who need to provide                            orientation program (or other large-scale program) in
                                                                                            immunization records prior to attending their EVO program.                                                 a university setting as an undergraduate or graduate
                                                                                                                                                                                                       student is highly desirable. Prior experience advising
                                                                                            The primary focus of this individual's job duties during each EVO program include                          undergraduate students is highly desirable.
                                                                                            helping students to complete accelerated credit declaration forms, assisting FYA                           Candidates must have excellent written and oral
                                                                                            staff with the processing of these forms, communicating key academic information                           communication skills and group facilitation skills.
                                                                                            to the undergraduate colleges about their students, preparing computer lab rooms                           Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (and a
                                                                                            for testing activities and serving as a math placement test proctor, ensuring all                          desire to learn new applications) is highly desirable.
                                                                                            advising and orientation rooms are properly appointed with signage, facilitating
                                                                                            advising presentations focused on communicating basic academic information, and
                                                                                            assisting students in utilizing online advising resources (i.e. general education                           In addition, ideal candidates must be dedicated to
                                                                                            checklist, lower level major track course recommendations, university catalog,                             customer service, detail-oriented, flexible, resilient,
                                                                                            online degree audits).                                                                                     team-oriented, and able to contribute in positive ways
                                                                                                                                                                                                       to an office that is designed to help facilitate the
                                                                                            In addition, this individual will update student majors in our university database,                        successful transition of our students into the
                                                                                            process enrollment permitting based upon documented accelerated credit, initiate                           university setting.
                                                                                            follow up conversations with students to ensure proper course enrollment, and
                                                                                            assist the professional counselors of FYA on other tasks as needed.

                                                                                            Finally, this individual will assist the professional staff of FYA with the administration
                                                                                            of our one-day programs for transfer students.
Florida International   Panther Camp   FL   Region 6: ( LA,    http://orientation.fiu. The Panther Camp NODA Intern will be a member of the Orientation & Commuter     1   Current    FIU's Panther Camp is looking for an intern who is      05/14/2012   Somewhat
University              NODA Intern         MS, AL, GA, FL,    edu/panther_camp. Student Services professional staff. Specific focus will be on FIU's Panther Camp         Graduate   enthusiastic, flexible, team-oriented, passionate, fun
                                            TN, KY, NC, SC )   html                    progam. Panther Camp is a three-day leadership, involvement and traditions camp     Student    and interested in working with a diverse students
                                                                                       for incoming new students. The Panther Camp NODA Intern will assist with the                   population. Experience with Extended Orientation
                                                                                       following:                                                                                     Camps and/or as an Orientation Leader is helpful,
                                                                                                                                                                                      but not a requirement. The selected candidate will
                                                                                   1. Planning and implementing 4 three-day extended orientation sessions (Panther                    also attend our Panther Camp Facilitator's Retreat
                                                                                   Camp)                                                                                              before the official internship start date. The retreat
                                                                                   2. Co-Supervision of 30 student leaders (Panther Camp Facilitators) and 6 Panther                  will take place April 27-29, 2012. Travel expenses will
                                                                                   Camp Executive Board Members                                                                       be provided by FIU.
                                                                                   3. Oversee aspects of Panther Camp Planning Days
                                                                                   4. Coordinate training sessions for Facilitators and Executive Board on topics
                                                                                   related to the extended orientation experience
                                                                                   5. Facilitate orientation sessions focused on Panther Camp for incoming students
                                                                                   and parents/guests
                                                                                   6. Planning and staffing programming during the overnight component of the
                                                                                   freshman orientation program
                                                                                   7. Advising camp committees/programming sessions
                                                                                   8. Facilitating sessions during camp
                                                                                   9. Creating assessment tools for camp participants
                                                                                   10. Representing Panther Camp at university activities and recruitment
                                                                                   opportunities
                                                                                   11. Additional tasks during freshman and transfer orientation sessions throughout
                                                                                   the summer on both FIU campuses
Florida International   Orientation NODA     FL        Region 6: ( LA,    http://orientation.fiu. The NODA intern will be a member of the Orientation professional staff and will         1   Current    Looking for an intern who is enthusiastic, flexible,   05/14/2012    Somewhat
University              Intern                         MS, AL, GA, FL,    edu/                    assist with the:                                                                            Graduate   team-oriented, and willing to work with a diverse
                                                       TN, KY, NC, SC )                           1. Planning and implementation of 18 two-day freshman orientation sessions and 13           Student    population. Experience as an Orientation Leader is
                                                                                                  one-day transfer sessions                                                                              helpful, but not a requirement. The selected
                                                                                                  2. Supervision of up to 37 student Orientation leaders (Peer Advisors) and                             candidate will attend SROW (Southern Regional
                                                                                                  supervision of up to 3 returning Peer Advisor Coordinators including tranings and                      Orientation Workshop) with the FIU Orientation staff
                                                                                                  evaluations                                                                                            March 9-11 at the University of North Carolina-
                                                                                                  3. Coordination of Orientation job assignments for Peer Advisors                                       Charlotte.
                                                                                                  4. Facilitation of orientation programs including presentations, resource fairs, check-
                                                                                                  in/material distribution, and student registration.
                                                                                                  5. Additional tasks during freshman and transfer
                                                                                                  orientation sessions throughout the summer on both
                                                                                                  FIU campuses




Florida State           Graduate Assistant   Florida   Region 6: ( LA,    http://nsfp.fsu.edu   The successful Intern candidate will join FSU's Office of New Student & Family          1     Current    The successful candidate will have completed two        05/07/2011   Somewhat
University              Intern                         MS, AL, GA, FL,                          Programs (Assistant Dean/Director, Associate Director, Program Associate, 2                   Graduate   semesters in a higher education, student personnel,
                                                       TN, KY, NC, SC )                         Graduate Assistants, 5 Undergraduate Office                                                   Student    counseling, or similar graduate program. He/she will
                                                                                                Assistance, 40 Orientation Leaders) in the facilitation of 22 two-day overnight                          also demonstrate some level of experience in
                                                                                                freshmen/ftic sessions and several single-day transfer sessions. FSU's Office of                         student
                                                                                                New Student & Family Programs provides orientation programming to approx.                                advisement or supervision, be highly detailed, flexible
                                                                                                18,000 new students and family members during a 8 week period (May - July) each                          in deadlines/priorities, comfortable with public
                                                                                                summer. The Graduate Intern will be involved in the intensive training of student                        speaking, understanding of the importance of
                                                                                                leaders prior to the start of orientation, the on-going coaching of leaders in their                     customer service, and have a professional interest in
                                                                                                individual and team duties, orientation check-in for the entire program, night                           the recruitment, transition, and retention of college
                                                                                                programming and on-call responsibilities, direct customer service/problem solving                        students.
                                                                                                experience, supervision of clerical staff, assist in the collection of evaluation data,
                                                                                                and have the opportunity to directly present during the orientation program. The
                                                                                                Graduate Intern should be motivated to work and learn in a team setting, highly
                                                                                                organized, flexible with priorities and deadlines, customer service focused, and
                                                                                                interested
                                                                                                in further developing student supervision skills. This position has a high level of
                                                                                                contact with internal and
                                                                                                external University constituents.
Furman University   New Student          South      Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.furman.e Furman University, a private, four-year, liberal arts institution located near          1      Current    Candidates should be graduate students currently        05/15/2012   Somewhat
                    Orientation Intern   Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,    du                  Greenville, SC, is implementing an exciting new Orientation program in Summer                  Graduate   enrolled in a Student Affairs/Higher Education (or
                                                    TN, KY, NC, SC )                       2012, and is seeking a highly energetic and innovative individual to be a part of our          Student    related) program. Candidates should possess an
                                                                                           team. The NODA Intern will be a vitally important part of the creation, marketing,                        enthusiasm for orientation and new student
                                                                                           organization, administration, and execution of the new Summer Orientation. The                            programs, a positive attitude, creativity, and a strong
                                                                                           Intern will assist with all aspects of five 2-day Summer Orientation sessions.                            work ethic.
                                                                                           Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: assisting with the
                                                                                           training and supervision of approximately 18 student staff members; presenting or
                                                                                           facilitating sessions for new students and/or parents during Summer Orientation;
                                                                                           assessment and evaluation of Summer Orientation; assisting with preparations and
                                                                                           planning for the Fall Orientation program; and assisting with the creation of an
                                                                                           extended orientation program. The Intern is encouraged to express desired areas
                                                                                           for professional development throughout the internship, and will develop goals prior
                                                                                           to the start of the experience. Additional responsibilities will be assigned based on
                                                                                           skills and interest.




Gainesville State   Summer Graduate GA              Region 6: ( LA,    http://studentlife.gsc Responsibilities include:                                                               1   Current    The qualified candidate will have                       05/15/2011   Somewhat
College             Intern for Student              MS, AL, GA, FL,    .edu                                                                                                               Graduate
                    Orientation,                    TN, KY, NC, SC )                          Assist in all facets of planning, preparation and execution of SOAR;                        Student    Commitment to facilitating student success;
                    Advisement, and                                                           Maintain contact with summer student SOAR leaders;                                                     Ability to understand and believe in the purposes of
                    Registration (SOAR)                                                       Manage SOAR-related correspondence with student attendees;                                             SOAR;
                                                                                              Contact accepted students who have not registered for SOAR and help them with                          Enthusiasm for working with incoming students and
                                                                                              that process;                                                                                          their families;
                                                                                              Supervise day-of-SOAR operations;                                                                      Ability to assist student leaders in furthering their
                                                                                              Coordinate sending, receiving, and tabulating of SOAR evaluations;                                     leadership skills;
                                                                                              Participate in discussions about evaluating and improving SOAR after each                              Excellent computer skills. Proficiency in Microsoft
                                                                                              session;                                                                                               Office required; knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite is
                                                                                              Assist in web design and in the development and editing of SOAR publications;                          helpful but not required;
                                                                                              Potential to shadow Directors of other offices in our division as time, interest, and                  Ability to work as part of a team;
                                                                                              scheduling permit;                                                                                     Strong oral and written communication skills;
                                                                                              Be a part of the Student Life team, attending staff meetings, division-wide                            Problem solving skills and initiative.
                                                                                              professional development opportunities, and participating in the day-to-day life of
                                                                                              our office;
                                                                                              Assist with other projects as needed.

                                                                                             About GSC
                                                                                             Gainesville State College offers strong academic programs and a full array of
                                                                                             extracurricular activities and opportunities for leadership development that lead to
                                                                                             our students personal and social development. In recent years our enrollment has
                                                                                             grown tremendously, and we have begun to offer select baccalaureate degrees in
                                                                                             education, science and business technology. Even with such rapid growth and
                                                                                             change, though, we pride ourselves on being student-centered. In 2006 werer
                                                                                             named as one of four community colleges in the country to receive an award for our
                                                                                             "Best Practices" in Retention, and when the College was last visited by a committee
                                                                                             from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, our accrediting agency, the
                                                                                             members commended the College for its "student-focused and learning-centered
                                                                                             environment.

                                                                                             About the Office of Student Life
                                                                                             The Office of Student Life houses many programs for students at GSC. Our Director
                                                                                             coordinates the SOAR program and advises the Student Government Association,
                                                                                             as well as working with clubs and organizations and numerous other projects. The
Georgia Southern   Orientation Intern   Georgia   Region 6: ( LA,    http://admissions.ge Work as a member of the professional staff team by sharing responsibility for the      1   Current    Experience with Orientation, flexibility, creativity,    05/14/2012   Somewhat
University                                        MS, AL, GA, FL,    orgiasouthern.edu/o supervision of twenty-four student orientation leaders. Assist in the final preparation     Graduate   willingness to learn, team-oriented, and a positive
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )   rientation/          and implementation of orientation leader training. Assist in preparation and               Student    attitude! Applicants should have a sincere desire to
                                                                                          coordination of nine two-day freshman/parent orientation sessions and two one-day                     work with current student leaders and new students
                                                                                          transfer sessions. Plan and implement mid-summer retreat for orientation leaders.                     and families. Energy and enthusiasm is a must!
                                                                                          Assume a leadership role with the Parent program during two-day orientation                           Ability to work in a fast-paced environment that
                                                                                          sessions. Work with assessment throughout the summer and provide feedback.                            requires multi-tasking, good decision making skills,
                                                                                          Work closely with professional staff to determine other areas of interest. The                        flexibility, and a good sense of humor. Computer
                                                                                          selected candidate will be asked to attend SROW (Southern Regional Orientation                        skills required (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
                                                                                          Workshop) on March 9-11 at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte. Georgia                      etc.). Good writing skills and the ability to speak to
                                                                                          Southern will cover the cost of attendance and travel.                                                large groups of people also a must.
Georgia Tech   NODA Intern (1 for   GA   Region 6: ( LA,    http://nssp.gatech.e The interns will be an integral part of the professional staff in the Office of New      2   Current    The successful candidate will have in-depth prior        05/9/2011    Somewhat
               FASET                     MS, AL, GA, FL,    du/                  Student & Sophomore Programs, a unit of the Division of Student Affairs. Primary             Graduate   experience with orientation programs, a general
               Orientation/1 for         TN, KY, NC, SC )                        responsibilities will include:                                                               Student    knowledge of the student affairs profession and a
               Wreck Camp)                                                                                                                                                               desire to learn. The NODA Intern is expected to be
                                                                                 Both Positions will have the following dual duties:                                                     student-centered, administratively sound, task-
                                                                                                                                                                                         oriented, relationship-oriented, have the ability to
                                                                                 Assist in the development, planning and implementation of FASET Orientation                             problem solve, work autonomously as well as with a
                                                                                 (freshman, transfer, & parent).                                                                         team and be proficient with computers and
                                                                                                                                                                                         technology. Small and large group facilitation skills,
                                                                                 Serve as on-call professional staff during all FASET programs.                                          strong customer service, appreciation for diversity
                                                                                                                                                                                         and the ability to work successfully with a variety of
                                                                                 Assist with program & departmental assessment and evaluation.                                           constituents are also highly desired. S/he must be
                                                                                                                                                                                         ready to work long (12-18 hour) days before and
                                                                                 Work collaboratively with a variety of Institute departments, faculty and staff to                      during the orientation programs while maintaining
                                                                                 coordinate various program initiatives.                                                                 high spirits and professionalism.

                                                                                 In addition, the FASET Orientation Intern will:

                                                                                 Co-supervise the 10-member FASET Cabinet and approximately 85 FASET
                                                                                 Leaders, including assisting with the development of leader training programs and
                                                                                 retreats.

                                                                                 Assist with orientation early arrival programming and R.A.T.S. on Ropes pre-
                                                                                 orientation challenge course.

                                                                                 Work with the Coordinator of New Student Programs to develop new programming
                                                                                 initiatives during RATS Week, Welcome Home Month and Fresh Friday.


                                                                                 In addition to the dual duties, the Wreck Camp Intern will:

                                                                                 Have the opportunity to assist with the development, planning and implementation
                                                                                 of Wreck Camp, a new orientation extension camp debuting during summer 2012.

                                                                                   Help to supervise the 4-member Wreck Camp Director Board and approximately 21
                                                                                  Wreck Camp Counselors throughout summer preparations and the weekend
Jacksonville   NODA Intern          FL   Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.ju.edu/ori The internship will provide the successful candidate with a variety of experiences not 1    Current    The successful candidate should be pursuing a            06/11/2012   Somewhat
University                               MS, AL, GA, FL,    entation              only in orientation, but also in other areas of student life at a small, private, urban     Graduate   graduate degree in the field of student affairs or a
                                         TN, KY, NC, SC )                         institution. The primary responsibilities for the internship will be:                       Student    related field. We are seeking a candidate who is
                                                                                                                                                                                         eager to learn and contribute to the growth of our
                                                                                 Serve as the primary supervisor of four-five student Orientation Coordinators; Assist                   new student orientation program. Prior orientation
                                                                                 with the planning and implementation of the fall Group Leader training program for                      experience is not required.
                                                                                 student volunteers; Serve on the Residential Life Professional Staff on-call rotation;
                                                                                 Assist with the implementation of the summer orientation sessions on June 18-19
                                                                                 and July 16-17; Assist with the planning of the Freshmen Leadership; Coordinate
                                                                                 projects for new student arrival with the Association of College and University
                                                                                 Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I) intern; Meet with members of the Division
                                                                                 of Student Life at Jacksonville University as well as other professional development
                                                                                 opportunities in the region; Serve on Orientation, Student Life, and other University
                                                                                 committees; Fill other interests expressed by the Intern
Johnson & Wales      NODA Orientation   Florida   Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.jwu.edu/ Assists with on-site processing of orientation registration database and coordinating 2      Current         Bachelor's degree and currently enrolled in graduate 05/14/2012       Somewhat
University - North   Intern                       MS, AL, GA, FL,    northmiami/         orientation programs for the campus. This position requires on-campus living in              Graduate        school in education, hospitality management or
Miami                                             TN, KY, NC, SC )                       university provided housing (double occupancy). Manages registration system,                 Student         related field. Experience in orientation, admissions or
                                                                                         including trouble-shooting issues for orientation sessions. Assist with and develop                          related field a plus.
                                                                                         training materials for
                                                                                         orientation leaders. Coordinate orientation events, including arrival and departure
                                                                                         manifest and event
                                                                                         transportation. Process payment information according to department guidelines.
                                                                                         Responds to inquiries
                                                                                         regarding orientation events, providing relevant JWU information. Attends
                                                                                         orientation activities and interacts with student and parent attendees. Maintain
                                                                                         events product inventory and storage. Resides in residence hall for supervision
                                                                                         during orientation sessions. Supervises and manages student employees to
                                                                                         enhance their academic and professional development. Performs other duties as
                                                                                         assigned.




Loyola University    New Student        Louisiana Region 6: ( LA,    http://studentaffairs.l The New Student Orientation Internship is multi-faceted in meeting the transitional  1   Current         We are looking for a creative, energetic, adaptable    05/21/2012     Somewhat
New Orleans          Orientation                  MS, AL, GA, FL,    oyno.edu/orientatio needs of a diverse,                                                                          Graduate        and motivated coordinator with a great sense of
                     Coordinator                  TN, KY, NC, SC )   n                       undergraduate student population. The New Student Orientation Coordinator will be        Student         humor! This individual must be a good communicator
                                                                                             responsible for the                                                                                      who can effectively convey messages to parents,
                                                                                             development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of four, 3-day New Student                         students, faculty, and staff. We would like this
                                                                                             Orientation sessions (June                                                                               individual to have experience with training,
                                                                                             2012) that will assist new incoming first-year students, transfer students and their                     supervision, programming, residential life, and
                                                                                             families in their transition to Loyola University New Orleans. Duties and                                leadership development. This individual must
                                                                                             Responsibilities: 1. Work in conjunction with Office of                                                  understand the mission of our institution and the core
                                                                                             Co-Curricular Programs Staff in the implementation and execution of all aspects of                       values of a Jesuit, Catholic education.
                                                                                             New Student Orientation
                                                                                             and Wolfpack Welcome (Welcome Week). a. Responsible for the planning and
                                                                                             execution of programs (family, student, daytime, and evening). b. Assist with the
                                                                                             implementation of the Parent Program. c. Develop, organize, and distribute
                                                                                             Orientation and Wolfpack Welcome publications, flyers, schedules, packets, etc. d.
                                                                                             Compile and maintain registration records for New Student Orientation. e. Manage
                                                                                             programming budgets. f. Create and implement assessment of the New Student
                                                                                             Orientation program. g. Assist with the logistical preparation of New Student
                                                                                             Orientation. 2. Krewe Leaders (KLs) a. Assist with the supervision of 2 Student
                                                                                             Coordinators and 24 Krewe Leaders. b. Create an assessment tool of the KLs c.
                                                                                             Assist with the coordination KL Training in conjunction with Assistant Director and
                                                                                             Student Coordinators. d. Present sessions at KL Training. e. Coordinate all KL
Murray State         Summer Orientation KY        Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.murrayst This position will assist with the coordination of 4 one-day orientation sessions. In    1   Current         Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelors                05/25/2012   Yes
University           Assistant                    MS, AL, GA, FL,    ate.edu/summero         addition, you will help train and supervise approximately 30 orientation leaders.        Graduate        Degree
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                                                                                                                    Student, Post
                                                                                          Co-present parent/family sessions during the program and assist with other                  Bachelor's      Minimum Experience and Skill Requirements: Must
                                                                                          breakout sessions.                                                                          Degree - No     have experience with student orientation/recruitment-
                                                                                                                                                                                      Grad School     related activities and possess strong oral and written
                                                                                          Work with Coordinator on planning fall programming/welcome events and new                   Experience      communication skills. Extensive knowledge of
                                                                                          student program series.                                                                                     computers and word processing skills are required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Must be willing to work evening and weekend hours.
Newberry College    Family Orientation   SC       Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.newberry The Orientation Intern is a member of the Office of Student Affairs Professional Staff 1   Current    Bachelor's Degree in related field                   05/07/2012     Yes
                    Intern                        MS, AL, GA, FL,    .edu                and reports to the Assistant Dean of Students. Primary areas of responsibility             Graduate   Experience working with new student or family
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                       include: student staff supervision, student staff training and development,                Student    programs
                                                                                         departmental operations, and family programming. Also, this position will oversee all
                                                                                         aspects of the family orientation program. Newberry College will host three family
                                                                                         orientation programs in the summer of 2012. This position is a part-time, summer
                                                                                         position and is required to live on campus to provide supervision of the orientation
                                                                                         residence hall.




Northern Kentucky   NKU NODA             Kentucky Region 6: ( LA,    http://orientation.nk The Office of New Student Orientation and Parent Programs (within the Division of 1      Current    The intern should possess maturity, integrity,         06/14/2012   Somewhat
University          Summer Intern                 MS, AL, GA, FL,    u.edu/                Student Affairs) strives to provide a feeling of family and community to Northern        Graduate   excellent communication and organizational skills,
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                         Kentucky Universitys new students and parents. As a member of our professional           Student    ability to be flexible and have a positive attitude.
                                                                                           staff, the NODA intern will work with various aspects of new student and parent                     Applicants must be prepared to handle evening hours
                                                                                           programs. She/he will assist in developing the mid-summer retreat and mid-summer                    and weekend work during their experience and
                                                                                           evaluation pieces. She/he will be responsible for assisting with the supervision of                 during orientation sessions. Experience in orientation
                                                                                           the Orientation Leaders (OLs) (approximately 25 students) in the residence hall;                    programs, student life and/or residence life is
                                                                                           supervising evening activities during the Orientation sessions with the student                     desirable. Intern should be proficient in Microsoft
                                                                                           organizations, and serving in a Hall Director capacity during the overnight                         Excel, Microsoft Word and have an understanding of
                                                                                           component of the Orientation experience for the student participants. This person                   assessment tools.
                                                                                           will assist with program evaluation and assessment and coordinate Parent
                                                                                           Orientation Program as needed. Assistance with special projects is expected. The
                                                                                           intern is encouraged to express desired areas for professional development
                                                                                           throughout the internship experience.

                                                                                          We may try to have the intern visit with the staff sometime between March and May
                                                                                          as this is the time the Orientation Leaders will be completing their LDR 394 training
                                                                                          course. We will have a pre-orientation retreat as a staff during the middle to end of
                                                                                          May.
Nova Southeastern     NODA Intern          Florida    Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.nova.edu Goals for this internship experience are to work cooperatively with the Orientation       1   Current    Applicants should be currently enrolled in a college    05/14/2012    Yes
University                                            MS, AL, GA, FL,    /studentorientation/ Team and the Division of Student Affairs during the planning and implementation of           Graduate   student personnel/higher education graduate
                                                      TN, KY, NC, SC )                        Orientation Programs; to participate in Orientation Leader (OL) training; to assist in       Student    program and should demonstrate an interest in
                                                                                              the supervision of Orientation Leaders during all orientation sessions; to serve as a                   orientation, first year and/or transitional programs as
                                                                                              role model to Orientation Leaders; work closely with roll-out of our online orientation;                a profession. The applicant must enjoy large-scale
                                                                                              assist in the communications and marketing for the orientation programs at the NSU                      event planning and understands the importance of
                                                                                              Student Education Sites; as well as participate in all orientation sessions to ensure                   details. The ideal applicant must possess strong
                                                                                              NSU's success.                                                                                          communication skills, the ability to work
                                                                                                                                                                                                      independently and collaboratively, ability to work in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                      fast-paced
                                                                                                                                                                                                      environment, mulit-task, have a positive attitude, a
                                                                                                                                                                                                      willingness to learn, be flexible, energetic and a good
                                                                                                                                                                                                      sense of humor! Prior experience working in
                                                                                                                                                                                                      orientation, admissions or programming preferred.



Presbyterian College Intern, Orientation   South      Region 6: ( LA,                         Duties and responsibilities                                                          1       Current    Must be a current graduate student in a student          06/11/2012   Yes
                     and Retention         Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,                         Work with PC faculty and staff to plan the orientation program.                              Graduate   affairs/higher education program. Experience working
                     Programs                         TN, KY, NC, SC )                        Assist in the creation and implementation of a year-long retention program for first         Student    with first year students or in a leadership/service
                                                                                              year students.                                                                                          capacity is preferred. Skills desired: energetic,
                                                                                              Work closely with the Coordinator of Orientation Programs/Assistant Director of                         enthusiastic, organized, good communication,
                                                                                              Career Programs.                                                                                        creative. Demonstrated commitment to high quality
                                                                                              Serve as a role model and a mentor to the 60 HOSE leaders and the incoming                              customer service, attention to detail, ability to multi-
                                                                                              students.                                                                                               task and have a good sense of humor.
                                                                                              Serve as an onsite manager during orientation to effectively address and resolve
                                                                                              issues that may arise.                                                                                  The intern will need strong leadership and
                                                                                              Work with the SUB (Student Union Board) to coordinate the Shuckin and Shaggin                           organizational skills, creativity, flexibility, and be a
                                                                                              event during orientation.                                                                               team player. The intern must also be able to manage
                                                                                              Assist the Student Orientation Committee with HOSE leader training, Field Day, and                      a fast-paced work environment that requires energy
                                                                                              Shuckin and Shaggin practice.                                                                           and enthusiasm! Be willing to work on any project
                                                                                              Help develop, monitor and attend all orientation late night activities for students.                    that would help better orientation for students and
                                                                                              Oversee the HOSE leader directed Orientation skit.                                                      their families
                                                                                              Attend and work the summer Orientation program in June and July.
                                                                                              Assist with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Orientation programs.
                                                                                              Attend all meetings related to the orientation program development and
                                                                                              evaluation.
                                                                                              Meet weekly with the Coordinator of Orientation Programs/Assistant Director of
                                                                                              Career Programs.
                                                                                              Meet with staff from other functional areas as appropriate.
                                                                                              Monitor the orientation email account daily and respond to inquiries.
                                                                                              Serve on the on-call rotation in residence life.
                                                                                              Perform other duties as required.

                                                                                              Expectations of Intern
                                                                                              Positively represent and promote Presbyterian College to new students and
                                                                                              families.
                                                                                              Convey professionalism with college personnel, student staff, and program
                                                                                              participants.
                                                                                              Become knowledgeable of our orientation programs and assist with answering
                                                                                              phone calls and inquiries from program participants.
                                                                                              Be punctual and consistent.
                                                                                              Practice flexibility and adaptability while maintaining a high energy level, positive
University of   Intern for Parent   Alabama Region 6: ( LA,      http://parents.ua.ed First Year Experience and Parent Programs is a new area within the Division of           1   Current    The intern should be currently enrolled in a higher   05/07/2012   No
Alabama         Programs                    MS, AL, GA, FL,      u                    Student Affairs and Parent Programs is responsible for coordinating Parent                   Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
                                            TN, KY, NC, SC )                          Orientation during the summer while maintaining communication to the families of             Student    should demonstrate interest in parent programs and
                                                                                      our students through newsletters, websites, phone and e-mail. As a member of our                        orientation as a profession. She/he must have strong
                                                                                      professional staff, the NODA intern will work with various aspects of Parent                            communication and interpersonal skills, an attention
                                                                                      Orientation. She/he will be primarily responsible organizing parent and campus                          to detail, the ability to work both independently and
                                                                                      volunteers who assist with parent orientation and overseeing evening programming                        collaboratively, the ability to work in a fast-paced
                                                                                      for parents throughout the summer alongside our team of Parent Ambassadors.                             environment and balance multiple tasks, a positive
                                                                                      She/he will also coordinate the assessment of parent orientation and will                               attitude, a willingness to learn, and great school
                                                                                      review/keep track of data. The intern may also represent the Office of Parent                           spirit! Prior experience in working with orientation,
                                                                                      Programs throughout orientation at our information table and/or information                             parent programs, and communication is preferred.
                                                                                      sessions and will be the live-in advisor for the Parent Ambassador (team of ~20
                                                                                      students). Opportunities to assist with training the orientation staff are available, as
                                                                                      is the opportunity to supervise team committees and daily processes. Projects may
                                                                                      also include assisting with the planning of Welcome Week events for parents and
                                                                                      families, along with our Family Weekend events. The intern will report to the
                                                                                      Assistant Director of Parent Programs and work with the graduate assistant as well.
                                                                                      There will also be opportunities to work within other areas of our office, to include
                                                                                      First Year Experience. This is a very exciting time to be at the University of
                                                                                      Alabama, as our university continues to grow past 31,000 students and continues to
                                                                                      be forward thinking in our interactions with students and the University community!

University of   NODA Graduate       Mississip Region 6: ( LA,    http://olemiss.edu/or The University of Mississippi hosts eleven two-day summer orientation sessions for One      Current    Interested candidates should have completed at least 05/14/2012    No
Mississippi     Intern              pi        MS, AL, GA, FL,    ientation/            first-time freshman and their parents and three one-day transfer sessions. Our              Graduate   one semester of graduate school. Preference given
                                              TN, KY, NC, SC )                         intern will act as a summer graduate assistant working with professional staff              Student    to applicants with prior orientation experience.
                                                                                       members to assist in the training and supervision of 30 orientation leaders. During                    Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft Office
                                                                                       orientation sessions, our intern will supervise orientation leaders with staff members                 programs and demonstrate excellent costumer
                                                                                       and facilitate a student panel for parents. Answers routine correspondence;                            service skills. Ability to do physical activity and lift
                                                                                       provides information to faculty, staff, students, and visitors. Assists in office                      heavy boxes. Candidates will work late evenings and
                                                                                       responsibilities, activities and distributes orientation materials. *Performs related or               weekends.
                                                                                       similar duties as required or assigned. Orientation staff members work an average
                                                                                       of 60 hours per week during Orientation sessions.
University of New     First Year           LA   Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.nso.uno. The NODA intern will have the unique opportunity to work with two offices at UNO         1   Current    Looking for an intern who is energetic, positive,        05/17/2012    Somewhat
Orleans               Transitions Intern        MS, AL, GA, FL,    edu/                that run First Year Transition intitiatives: New Student Orientation/Admissions and          Graduate   proactive, flexible, adaptable, self-motivated, student
                                                TN, KY, NC, SC )                       Student Involvement and Leadership. The intern will work mainly with three areas:            Student    focused, patient, and likes to work collaboratively with
                                                                                       Orientation, Freshmen Camps, and Leadership initiatives.                                                others. UNO has a very diverse population, so the
                                                                                                                                                                                               candidate would need to be willing to work with a
                                                                                        He/she will assist with five freshmen orientations, three transfer orientations, two                   variety of student populations. Experience in
                                                                                        freshmen camps (Privateer Camp), High School Leadership Day, OL training, Krewe                        Orientation or Leadership initiatives is a plus, but not
                                                                                        Leader training (student leaders for Privateer Camp), and OL and KL meetings.                          a requirment.

                                                                                        This person will also assist with logistics of orientations, Privateer Camp, and High
                                                                                        School Leadership Day.



University of North   NODA Intern, New     NC   Region 6: ( LA,    http://orientation.un Reporting directly to the Director of New Student & Spartan Family Programs, the       1   Current    1. Current graduate student with an interest in a         05/15/2011   Somewhat
Carolina at           Student & Spartan         MS, AL, GA, FL,    cg.edu/               NODA Intern will have the opportunity to serve as a core member of the Office of           Graduate   future career in Orientation/Student Affairs.
Greensboro            Family Programs           TN, KY, NC, SC )                         New Student & Spartan Family Programs Central Staff. He/she will gain experience           Student    2. Excellent written and oral communication skills
                                                                                         in developing training programs for orientation leaders, assisting in the coordination                required.
                                                                                         and supervision of 25 undergraduate students, providing on-site support during all                    3. Orientation, supervisory, and programming
                                                                                         orientation programs, planning for fall welcome events, and overseeing particular                     experience preferred. Organization, event planning,
                                                                                         aspects of the summer program. The NODA intern will help implement an efficient,                      public speaking, technology, and customer service
                                                                                         effective summer orientation program welcoming freshman, transfer, and adult                          skills and experience highly valued.
                                                                                         students, as well as their parents/guests, to UNCG.                                                   4. Successful candidate should be very energetic,
                                                                                                                                                                                               willing to hit the ground running, seeking a hands-on
                                                                                        RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to)                                                        experience, highly detail-oriented, able to multi-task,
                                                                                        1. Develop, present, and attend sessions for Spartan Orientation Staff (SOS)                           and manage high levels of stress with a smile.
                                                                                        Training.
                                                                                        2. Assist in the implementation and evaluation of summer Spartan Orientation,
                                                                                        Advising, and Registration (SOAR) programs to include ordering materials,
                                                                                        preparing signage, decorating, interacting with guests, distributing surveys, etc.
                                                                                        3. Provide various on-site support during the SOAR programs (e.g., Student Check-
                                                                                        in Help Desk; Late Check-in; student and family SOAR program set-up and take-
                                                                                        down; Central Staff representative for evening programs, etc.).
                                                                                        4. Become knowledgeable of SOAR and UNCG information via University website,
                                                                                        publications, and meeting with Student Affairs administrators to learn about internal
                                                                                        structure of the Division so as to assist New Student & Spartan Family Programs
                                                                                        fulfill their program goals.
                                                                                        5. Prepare/pre-assign SOS leaders to the new student program.
                                                                                        6. Help with coordinating the Traditions Walk on the evening of SOAR Day 1.
                                                                                        7. Communicate effectively with members of Central Staff, Captains, and SOS
                                                                                        leaders.
                                                                                        8. Provide necessary administrative support during SOAR.
                                                                                        9. Complete a list of the hits and misses following SOAR.
                                                                                        10. Create a list of recommendations regarding SOS leaders who should be invited
University of Tampa Orientation Summer FL      Region 6: ( LA,    http://ut.edu/orientat The NODA Intern will be responsible for assisting with all areas of student and          1   Current    Applicants will ideally be matriculated graduate      5/21/2012     Somewhat
                    Intern                     MS, AL, GA, FL,    ion                    parent Orientation programs including check-in, student programing, and meals.               Graduate   students with experience in a higher education
                                               TN, KY, NC, SC )                          This includes supervising 3 undergraduate student Summer Staff workers. The                  Student    setting. Seeking applicants with excellent oral and
                                                                                         summer staff workers will also respond to email and phone inquiries from new                            written communication skills who can communicate
                                                                                         students and family members. The NODA Intern will also assist with the                                  with a diverse group of students and family members.
                                                                                         coordination and implementation of a two-day training program, including                                Applicants should have excellent problem-solving
                                                                                         specifically developing training sessions. The NODA Intern will also develop                            and interpersonal skills. Must be able to work
                                                                                         publications, maintain the Orientation website, develop social media outreach                           interdependently within a team atmosphere. Seeking
                                                                                         programs. NODA intern will have opportunity to tailor the internship to fit his/her                     applicants with an understanding of new student and
                                                                                         professional development goals. The NODA Intern will work on a professional team                        family development and transition. Must be proficient
                                                                                         which includes the Director, Coordinator, and Administrative staff. This individual will                in standard office applications(word, excel,
                                                                                         also develop professional relationships with offices and individuals across the                         PowerPoint, etc). Previous supervisory experience is
                                                                                         University of Tampa.                                                                                    preferred.




University of      NODA Intern,       Alabama Region 6: ( LA,     http://www.fye.ua.ed First Year Experience (FYE) is a new area within the Division of Student Affairs       1       Current    The intern should be currently enrolled in a higher    05/07/2012   Somewhat
Alabama            FirstYear                  MS, AL, GA, FL,     u                    committed to supporting the academic and social transition to the University of                Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
                   Experience                 TN, KY, NC, SC )                         Alabama. FYE seeks to help first-year students understand expectations associated              Student    should demonstrate interest in first-year student
                                                                                       with being a member of the Capstone and provides support, resources, and                                  programming. She/he must have strong
                                                                                       programs for freshman and transfer students as they build the foundation of their                         communication and interpersonal skills, an interest in
                                                                                       Capstone experience. As a member of our professional staff, the NODA intern will                          building programs, and the ability to work both
                                                                                       work with various aspects of FYE. She/he will serve as a FYE representative during                        independently and collaboratively. The intern must
                                                                                       Bama Bound orientation sessions, assisting with presentations, information table,                         have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment,
                                                                                       marketing efforts, etc. The intern will also have the opportunity to create and                           balance multiple tasks, and be flexible to change.
                                                                                       coordinate Week of Welcome (WOW) events. Major projects include logistics, and                            The intern should also have a positive attitude and
                                                                                       curriculum development of Freshman Forum, a leadership program of 130 freshman                            have a willingness to learn and teach alongside the
                                                                                       students. The intern will examine the Freshman Forum program history and                                  FYE staff.
                                                                                       assessment results to provide recommendations, as well as develop a training
                                                                                       program for the Freshman Forum interns. The intern will have the opportunity to be
                                                                                       a part of building the FYE area through additional responsibilities including
                                                                                       benchmarking (site visits, research) and creating a blueprint for an extended
                                                                                       orientation plan. Projects may also include working with the transfer student support,
                                                                                       Family Weekend events, and any communication efforts. The intern will report to the
                                                                                       Coordinator of First Year Experience and will gain supervision experience through
                                                                                       supervising the FYE student coordinator. There will also be additional opportunities
                                                                                       to work within other areas of the division such as Parent Programs and
University of       Orientation         AL        Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.uab.edu/ The University of Alabama at Birmingham hosts 13 2-day summer orientation                   1    Current    Candidate must have completed one year of            05/14/2012   Somewhat
Alabama at          Graduate Intern               MS, AL, GA, FL,    orientation         sessions for first-time freshmen                                                                 Graduate   graduate school in College Student Affairs/College
Birmingham                                        TN, KY, NC, SC )                       and 8 1-day summer orientation sessions for transfer and non-traditional students.               Student    Student
                                                                                         UAB also has a parent                                                                                       Personnel or a related field. Applicants should be
                                                                                         program that runs along with the 2-day freshmen orientation programs, and the                               proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
                                                                                         intern will be asked to assist with various aspects of the parent program. The Intern                       The
                                                                                         will serve the New Student Orientation Office as a paraprofessional member of the                           candidate must possess strong communication skills,
                                                                                         orientation staff, and assist in the intensive training aspect of the 12-15                                 an attention to detail, and a positive attitude.
                                                                                         undergraduate Orientation Leaders (OLs). The Intern will participate in the day-to-                         Orientation
                                                                                         day administration of the orientation program as well as assist with the preparation                        experience is desirable, but not required.
                                                                                         and evaluation of each freshmen and transfer session. The Intern will have the
                                                                                         opportunity to shape this experience to the orientation-specific professional skills
                                                                                         in
                                                                                         which they seek coming into the internship. The UAB Intern will have the
                                                                                         opportunity, if available, to attend the Region VI (SROW) regional conference as a
                                                                                         member of the UAB orientation staff.




University of Central NODA Internship   Florida   Region 6: ( LA,    http://fye.sdes.ucf.e Responsibilities include, but not limited to: supervising 32 Orientation Team (O-          1   Current    Applicants should be current graduate students who 05/04/2012     No
Florida                                           MS, AL, GA, FL,    du                    Team) members; coordinating early arrival activity for incoming students staying in            Graduate   are available for the entire time listed. Looking for
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                         the residence hall; assisting in the coordination, facilitation, and presenting at O-          Student    students who have a willingness to develop and learn
                                                                                           Team training; oversight of the diversity and social responsibility skit; facilitating and                from one of the largest orientation programs in the
                                                                                           introducing speakers at the parent orientation program; and having fun while                              country.
                                                                                           learning through this experience.
University of Georgia Extended      GA   Region 6: ( LA,    http://cls.uga.edu/   Internship Position #1: (Main Responsibilities): Assist in the coordination and           2   Current    The Graduate Summer Intern(s) in the Center for        05/21/2012   Somewhat
                      Orientation        MS, AL, GA, FL,                          implementation of Dawg Camp Fusion (June 19-23, 2012 a music and arts focused                 Graduate   Leadership and Service is a paraprofessional staff
                      Programming        TN, KY, NC, SC )                         extended orientation experience for incoming first-year students prior to the fall            Student    member in a comprehensive department that
                                                                                  semester. Assist in the coordination and implementation of Dawg Camp Discovery                           provides developmental advisement to students
                                                                                  (July 27-29, 2012) An extended orientation program focused on UGA history and                            through the strategic initiative of the unit. This
                                                                                  traditions for 250 incoming first-year students. Serve as an on-site coordinator for                     position will serve in the capacity to support the
                                                                                  Fusion and Discovery programs. Co-advise student Executive Board, as well as                             mission, vision, and goals of the Center for
                                                                                  student staff members for all programs. Develop and implement                                            Leadership and Service, Division of Student Affairs,
                                                                                  training/activities/discussion curriculum for co-site leaders and participants .Assist in                and the University of Georgia.
                                                                                  the maintenance reconciliation of financial activity of all Dawg Camp sessions.
                                                                                  Assist in the communication with participants, parents, university partners, and other                   The Graduate Assistant will be able to obtain specific
                                                                                  constituents. Oversee participant registration process with data collection, material                    core competencies upon completion of the
                                                                                  distribution, and database management. Assist with special projects in the                               contracted experience. The position will help
                                                                                  Department of University Housing related to assessment and/or conference                                 encourage the development of advising and
                                                                                  services. (Other Responsibilities): Attend scheduled meetings for the Center for                         supervisory skills with students in individual and
                                                                                  Leadership and Service, Student Leaders, and Internship Supervisor as deemed                             group settings. It will provide opportunities to
                                                                                  appropriate. Represent the Center for Leadership and Service at various institutional                    develop personal skills such as effective
                                                                                  functions. Develop intended outcomes for all facets of the position and assess the                       communication (both verbal and written), intercultural
                                                                                  degree of achievement. Participate in ongoing evaluation to assess growth and                            understanding, and critical thinking through self-
                                                                                  development. Maintain archival materials (electronic and paper form) as                                  assessment and unit support. Additionally, the
                                                                                  appropriate.                                                                                             position will encourage skill development with
                                                                                  Perform other duties as assigned                                                                         administrative responsibilities in database
                                                                                                                                                                                           management, assessment, program development,
                                                                                  Internship Position #2: (Main Responsibilities): Assist in the coordination and                          and marketing/publications. The position will
                                                                                  implementation of Dawg Camp Classic City (DCCC) Session I (June 5-9, 2012) &                             encourage effective task management in a high
                                                                                  Session II (July 10-14, 2012) a service- based extended orientation experience for                       activity work environment. The Center for Leadership
                                                                                  first year students prior to the fall semester. Serve as an on-site coordinator for                      and Service expects the application of course work
University of       NODA Intern     LA   Region 6: ( LA,                          The NODA and Discovery integral member of the Office of and development the 1
                                                            http://www.ulorientat Classic CityIntern will be anprograms. Assist in the research Orientation during of           Current    and intentional practice as it relates to student in
                                                                                                                                                                                           Applicants should be pursuing a Masters degree         05/12/12     Yes
Louisiana at                             MS, AL, GA, FL,    ion.com               summer months. The intern will be responsible for assisting with coordinating                 Graduate   Counseling, Higher Education Administration, or
Lafayette                                TN, KY, NC, SC )                         logistical aspects of our day-to-day summer new student, transfer, and adult learner          Student    College
                                                                                  orientation programs, including but not limited to: coordinating staff schedules,co-                     Student Personnel and be interested in Orientation &
                                                                                  supervising and supporting the 44 member Student Orientation Staff, assisting with                       Transition programming. Prior experience working
                                                                                  check-in and check-out                                                                                   with
                                                                                  processes for orientation, coordinating staff work days, assisting with staff training                   student staff and large-scale campus programming
                                                                                  and morale, and serve as a point of contact for our program. The intern will also                        desirable, but not required.
                                                                                  serve as a live-in staff member in our residence hall during the summer months and
                                                                                  will be responsible for early orientation check-in and staff supervision during
                                                                                  overnight orientation sessions. Opportunity also exists to assist with our summer
                                                                                  staff training. The intern will also have an
                                                                                  opportunity to work with our SOUL Camp program (Extended Orientation Program).
                                                                                  Depending on availability, the intern will have the opportunity to assist with
                                                                                  executing SOUL Camp 2012, which will occur August 4-7, & August 9-12, 2012. The
                                                                                  intern will also have the possibility of working on special projects in our office that
                                                                                  will assist them in their skill development. The intern will have the opportunity to
                                                                                  meet with members of the university community, attend professional staff meetings,
                                                                                  and can request the opportunity to participate in specialized activities designed to
                                                                                  meet their educational and developmental needs. The intern will work directly with
                                                                                  the Director of the Office of Orientation.
University of   Orientation NODA     KY   Region 6: ( LA,    http://louisville.edu/ This is really a jack of all trades kind of position. We are looking for a "seasoned"  1   Current    The University of Louisville is looking for an intern    05/06/2012   Somewhat
Louisville      Intern (Family            MS, AL, GA, FL,    admissions/orientati graduate student who has experience with freshman orientation and residence life.            Graduate   that is enthusiastic, positive and ready to work. If you
                Coordinator)              TN, KY, NC, SC )   on                     The NODA intern will report directly to the Director of Orientation and work full time     Student    love to speak to a crowd, can manage multiple tasks
                                                                                    in May, June and July 2012. There will be some required phone conferences during                      and don't mind a little organized chaos this is the job
                                                                                    the months of January-April 2012. This position will be a member of the Orientation                   for you. Although it doesn't happen every day we do
                                                                                    Management Team with specific responsibilities related to logistics involved with                     ask all of our staff to be flexible and accept that
                                                                                    family, collection of Cardinal Cash, coordination and design of materials needed by                   changes to our schedule may happen. You should be
                                                                                    SOSers for advising and training, music coordination and much more. This is a live                    a graduate student, 1st or 2nd year in a Higher
                                                                                    in position, you will be required to stay overnight during every orientation session.                 Education or College Student Personnel Program.
                                                                                    You will serve as our on call staff member in the hall during each orientation                        You will need to provide a transcript that shows your
                                                                                    session. Your daily schedule may fluctuate some but will require early mornings and                   undergraduate degree has been earned. We are
                                                                                    late night work. This is your opportunity to learn from another institution and get                   looking for an intern that is not only a great role
                                                                                    connected in the SROW region. We are a high energy, fast paced motivated team                         model in terms of campus involvement but also
                                                                                    and welcome new people with open arms and very LOUD cheers. GO CARDS!                                 someone who takes their academics seriously. If you
                                                                                                                                                                                          have anything less than a 2.5 please do not apply for
                                                                                  In addition to all of the fantastic "freebies" provided, we may be able to work on                      our internship.
                                                                                  some agreement for your participation in the SROW conference if timing and
                                                                                  logistics can all come together.                                                                        Experience in residence life is preferred but not
                                                                                                                                                                                          required. Interns will be required to live in the
                                                                                  Interns will be required to live in the Freshman Orientation residence hall. Interns                    Freshman Orientation residence hall. Interns will
                                                                                  will have a single room and shared community bathroom. The intern will not have                         have a single room and shared community bathroom.
                                                                                  any cost associated with these accommodations and be provided a campus parking                          Interns will serve in the on-call role nights preceding
                                                                                  pass for the residence hall parking lot. Interns will serve in the on-call role nights                  and during orientations sessions.
                                                                                  preceding and during orientations sessions.


                                                                                To get a student feel for campus checkout: http://louisville.edu/cardinalcam/ The
                                                                                University of Louisville is a state supported research university located in Kentucky's
                                                                                largest metropolitan area. It was a municipally supported public institution for many
University of   Orientation Intern   TN   Region 6: ( LA,                       The University of Memphis university system in 1970. two-day New has three
                                                             http://www.memphis decades prior to joining the hosts approximately twelve The UniversityStudent           1      Current    The Intern must be currently enrolled in a college    05/07/2012      Somewhat
Memphis                                   MS, AL, GA, FL,    .edu/nso/          Orientation sessions with a                                                                    Graduate   student personnel (or comparable) graduate program
                                          TN, KY, NC, SC )                      mandatory overnight stay for incoming freshmen students. The two-day sessions                  Student    and
                                                                                include programming for both students and parents. Additionally, two transfer                             should demonstrate an interest in new student
                                                                                orientation sessions will be part of the summer schedule. Duties of the Orientation                       orientation and parent programs as a profession. The
                                                                                Intern include working closely with the Orientation Graduate Assistant; supervising                       intern must have strong communication skills, an
                                                                                the Orientation Guide team (approximately 20 students); assisting with summer                             attention to detail, the ability to work both
                                                                                training; assisting in management of orientation reservations; co-facilitating student                    independently and collaborately, the desire to take
                                                                                and/or parent program; motivating and recognizing staff; supervising evening                              initiative, the ability to work in a fast-paced
                                                                                activities; and performing other duties as assigned. Assistance with special projects                     environment, the ability to balance multiple tasks, a
                                                                                is also                                                                                                   positive attitude, and a willingness to learn.
                                                                                expected. The intern will be required to provide a reflection at the end of the                           Applicants must be prepared to work long hours
                                                                                internship. The intern is encouraged to indicate desired areas for professional                           during orientation sessions. Extensive walking and
                                                                                development and growth throughout the internship experience. Appropriate federal                          some lifting (up to 20 lbs.) may be required.
                                                                                taxes will be deducted from the stipend as required by law.
University of North   Orientation Intern   North      Region 6: ( LA,    http://nscpp.unc.edu The Office of New Student & Carolina Parent Programs (within Student Affairs)            1 Orientation Current   The Intern must be currently enrolled in a higher         05/14/2012   Somewhat
Carolina at Chapel                         Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,    /                    strives to foster a feeling of belonging to the Carolina community for new students      Intern and 1 Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
Hill                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                        and parents. As a member of our professional staff, the NODA intern will work with       Parent        Student   should demonstrate an interest in new student and
                                                                                              various aspects of first-year (14 two-day sessions) and transfer (3 one-day              Programs                family programs as a profession. She/he must have
                                                                                              sessions) orientation programs for students and parents/guests. The NODA intern          Intern                  strong communication and interpersonal skills, an
                                                                                              will assist with the final planning and implementation of Orientation Leader (OL)                                attention to detail, the ability to work both
                                                                                              training, coordinate job assignments for approximately 25 OLs, motivate and                                      independently and collaboratively, experience in
                                                                                              recognize the OL team throughout the summer, and assist with OL performance                                      advising undergraduate students, the ability to work
                                                                                              reviews. Additionally, she/he will manage the orientation check-in process, assist                               in a fast-paced environment and balance multiple
                                                                                              with orientation administrative tasks, staff the orientation helpdesk, serve as an on-                           tasks, a positive attitude, and a willingness to learn.
                                                                                              site troubleshooter, and assist with the overall facilitation of the orientation                                 Prior experience working with orientation and/or
                                                                                              programs. The intern will also be a live-in adviser for the OL team in the orientation                           family programs (either as an undergraduate or
                                                                                              residence hall. She/he will meet weekly with the Associate Director of New Student                               graduate student) is preferred.
                                                                                              & Carolina Parent Programs, attend weekly staff meetings, and submit a final written
                                                                                              summary of the internship experience.




University of North   Parent Programs      North      Region 6: ( LA,    http://nscpp.unc.edu The Office of New Student & Carolina Parent Programs (within Student Affairs)            1 Orientation Current   The Intern must be currently enrolled in a higher       05/14/2012     Somewhat
Carolina at Chapel    Intern               Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,    /                    strives to foster a feeling of belonging to the Carolina community for new students      Intern and 1 Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
Hill                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                        and parents. As a member of our professional staff, the NODA intern will work with       Parent        Student   should demonstrate an interest in new student and
                                                                                              various aspects of new student and parent programs, with a particular focus on           Programs                family programs as a profession. She/he must have
                                                                                              initiatives serving parents. She/he will be primarily responsible for organizing and     Intern                  strong communication and interpersonal skills, an
                                                                                              coordinating in-state and out-of-state Summer Send-Offs (60 + events introducing                                 attention to detail, event programming skills, the
                                                                                              new students and parents to other members of the Carolina Family from their                                      ability to work both independently and collaboratively,
                                                                                              residential area). The intern will facilitate and communicate detailed Summer Send-                              the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and
                                                                                              Off event follow-up with families, students, Parents Council members, Parents Club                               balance multiple tasks, a positive attitude, and a
                                                                                              representatives and the General Alumni Association. She/he will staff the office                                 willingness to learn. Prior experience working with
                                                                                              table at the orientation information fair and engage with parents and guests                                     orientation and/or family programs (either as an
                                                                                              attending the parent orientation program. The intern will assist with aspects related                            undergraduate or graduate student) is preferred.
                                                                                              to the facilitation of summer orientation and new student programming. Additionally,
                                                                                              the intern will oversee Orientation Leader (OL) skit development and practice during
                                                                                              OL training and OL skit performance at first-year orientation sessions (14 sessions).
                                                                                              She/he will be a live-in adviser for the OL team in the orientation residence hall and
                                                                                              will supervise evening programming for first-year student orientation sessions.
                                                                                              She/he will meet weekly with the Associate Director of New Student & Carolina
                                                                                              Parent Programs, attend weekly staff meetings, and submit a final written summary
                                                                                              of the internship experience.
University of North   2012 NODA Intern   NC       Region 6: ( LA,    http://soar.uncc.edu Assist in supervising and mentoring 30 Orientation Counselors. Assist with         2    Current    Required: 1) Determination; 2) Dedication;             05/14/2012   Somewhat
Carolina at Charlotte                             MS, AL, GA, FL,                         professional and personal development of Orientation Counselors. Assist with the        Graduate   3)Trustworthiness; and 4) Loyalty. 5) A desire to
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                        implementation of both freshmen and transfer orientation programs. Facilitate           Student    provide the best experience to new students and their
                                                                                          portions of either/both the student and parent portions of the SOAR (Student                       families. 6) Interest in achieving excellence. 7)
                                                                                          Orientation, Advising and Registration) program. Other duties to be determined                     Acceptance into,enrollment in, or completion of, a
                                                                                          based on the interest of the selected candidate.                                                   college student personnel - or equivalent - program.
                                                                                                                                                                                             8)Flexibility and willingness to do what is needed to
                                                                                                                                                                                             get the job done. 9) Professionalism and a
                                                                                                                                                                                             commitment to higher education and student affairs.
                                                                                                                                                                                             10) A sense of humor. Preferred: 1) Previous
                                                                                                                                                                                             experience in orientation. 2)Experience in supervision
                                                                                                                                                                                             or advising of undergraduates. 3)Desire to put theory
                                                                                                                                                                                             into practice. 4) Experience in a mid to large size
                                                                                                                                                                                             public institution.



University of Pikeville SOAR Graduate    Kentucky Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.upike.ed The University of Pikeville hosts seven two-day Student Orientation and Registration 1   Current    Interested candidates should have completed at least 05/21/2011     Somewhat
                        Intern                    MS, AL, GA, FL,    u                   sessions. The SOAR Graduate Intern will assist the director in the supervision of the    Graduate   one semester of graduate school. Special interest will
                                                  TN, KY, NC, SC )                       10-member SOAR leader team and the implementation of the summer program.                 Student    be given to applicants with experience in orientation
                                                                                         The SOAR Graduate Intern will be the driving force behind the SOAR evening                          and/or residence life. The applicant should have
                                                                                         program and will be responsible for planning and implementing evening                               excellent social skills. Because the intern will be
                                                                                         programming during the SOAR sessions. The SOAR Graduate Intern will also be                         responsible for evening programs, experience in
                                                                                         the live-in residence hall director for SOAR summer housing. The SOAR Graduate                      event planning or programming is a plus.
                                                                                         Intern will help the director evaluate and assess the program and explore program
                                                                                         revisions and additions.
University of South   NODA Intern      Florida   Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.usf.edu/o NODA Interns at the University of South Florida serve as professional staff (with the 1   Current    Applicants must be a current graduate student with a 05/07/12        No
Florida                                          MS, AL, GA, FL,    rientation           Director, Associate Director, Office Manager, Event Planner, and Graduate                 Graduate   passion for working with undergraduate students and
                                                 TN, KY, NC, SC )                        Assistant) and therefore are involved in every aspect of the First Year and Transfer      Student    their family members in a fast-paced team
                                                                                         Orientation Programs. Some of these responsibilities include assisting in the                        environment. The candidates should be highly
                                                                                         supervision of 40-50 Orientation Team Leaders (OTLs), assisting in the                               motivated, customer service focused, prepared to
                                                                                         implementation of First Year, Family, and Transfer sessions, serving as a live-in                    serve as a role model in and out of session, able to
                                                                                         advisor for the OTLs, advising assigned OTL committee(s) (yearbook, praise, etc.),                   work long days and balance multiple tasks, possess
                                                                                         assisting with Orientation session check-in, helping to create, implement, and                       the ability to positively give constructive feedback,
                                                                                         supervise the session staffing plan, assisting in OTL training, and helping with on-                 reliable, flexible, well spoken, possess the ability to
                                                                                         site problem solving and customer service. NODA Interns will become completely                       problem solve and think on their feet, and have a
                                                                                         involved in the university and Orientation program throughout the summer. This                       willingness to learn. Previous experience with student
                                                                                         position also has a great deal of contact with a variety of university administrators                supervision is preferred.
                                                                                         and departments.




University of        Summer Orientation TN       Region 6: ( LA,    http://sold.utk.edu   The University of Tennessee has 17 two-day freshmen sessions (with a concurrent 1        Current    Previous experience with orientation programs and       05/18/2012   Somewhat
Tennessee, Knoxville Intern                      MS, AL, GA, FL,                          parent program) and 4 one-day transfer sessions. The NODA Intern will serve as an        Graduate   supervising/advising students preferred, but not
                                                 TN, KY, NC, SC )                         integral part of the Student Orientation & Leadership Development Staff and will be      Student    required; ability to take initiative and work with
                                                                                          involved in all aspects of Summer Orientation including, but not                                    minimal supervision; flexibility and ability to balance
                                                                                          limited to: assisting in training and supervising 24 Orientation Leaders, coordinating              multiple tasks; good communication and public
                                                                                          and overseeing specific components of the Orientation Program, assisting with                       speaking skills; detail-oriented; ability to problem
                                                                                          check-in and check-out, serving as the point person for evening activities and                      solve and think on your feet; possess maturity,
                                                                                          programs, and assisting with overall logistics of the program.                                      dependability, a professional demeanor, strong work
                                                                                                                                                                                              ethic, positive attitude, and a commitment to
                                                                                                                                                                                              diversity; have a willingness to learn and work in a
                                                                                                                                                                                              fast-paced environment. A sense of humor and high
                                                                                                                                                                                              energy level is a must!
University of        Extended             TN   Region 6: ( LA,    http://sold.utk.edu   The University of Tennessee Knoxvilles Extended Orientation program, the Ignite          1   Current    Previous experience with extended orientation            05/18/2012   Somewhat
Tennessee, Knoxville Orientation Intern        MS, AL, GA, FL,                          Summit, is a unique three day, off-campus, summer retreat which focuses on                   Graduate   programs and supervising/advising students
                                               TN, KY, NC, SC )                         student transition, leadership development, and UT traditions for 300 incoming               Student    preferred, but not required; an interest in collegiate
                                                                                        students each summer. The NODA Intern will serve as an integral part of the Ignite                      student leadership development and the field of
                                                                                        Summit staff and will be involved in all aspects of the development and oversight of                    orientation, retention and transition is essential;
                                                                                        the program which consists of small team meetings, large group activities,                              ability to take initiative and work with minimal
                                                                                        teambuilding sessions, a challenge course, and exercises in diversity & social                          supervision; flexibility and ability to balance multiple
                                                                                        justice, leadership development, UT traditions, campus involvement and much                             tasks; good communication and public speaking
                                                                                        more.                                                                                                   skills; detail-oriented; ability to problem solve and
                                                                                        The UTK Ignite Summit NODA Intern will have the unique opportunity to co-advise                         think on your feet; possess maturity, dependability, a
                                                                                        and assist with the training, development and mentorship of the 24 Ignite Team                          professional demeanor, strong work ethic, a positive
                                                                                        Leaders while assisting in the planning, logistics, and execution of the Ignite Summit                  attitude, a commitment to diversity, and a willingness
                                                                                        program. The NODA Intern will also have the opportunity to serve as the point                           to work in a fast paced environment. A sense of
                                                                                        person for Ignite through day to day office operations, oversee program recruitment                     humor and a high energy level is a must!
                                                                                        efforts, coordinate all Ignite Summit communication with new students and parents,
                                                                                        facilitate an educational session at the Ignite Summit, facilitate challenge course
                                                                                        elements, oversee program assessment and evaluation, assist with the training of
                                                                                        our Ignite Summit facilitators (faculty and staff members who attend the program),
                                                                                        conduct benchmarking projects and assist with the development of the Fall
                                                                                        component of the program, Ignite Teams. The UTK Ignite Summit NODA Intern will
University of West   Student Orientation FL    Region 6: ( LA,    http://uwf.edu/orient The NODA intern plays a vital role in our Orientation Leadership Team which              1   Current    The NODA intern must be a highly motivated               05/14/2012   Somewhat
Florida              Intern                    MS, AL, GA, FL,    ation                 consists of the Associate Dean of Students, Assistant Director, Coordinator for              Graduate   individual with a positive attitude and a willingness to
                                               TN, KY, NC, SC )                         Student Transition Programs, Graduate Intern from Housing and Residence Life,                Student    learn. He/she must demonstrate strong verbal
                                                                                        and two Student Coordinators. This group is responsible for planning, coordinating,                     communication and critical thinking skills, initiative,
                                                                                        and evaluating New Student Orientation, Family Orientation, and Transfer                                the ability to work in a team setting, and strong
                                                                                        Orientation. Family Orientation runs in conjunction with New Student Orientation.                       leadership skills. The candidate needs to be
                                                                                        Transfer Orientation is a one-day program for transfer students, which takes place                      comfortable working with Microsoft Word, Excel, and
                                                                                        once in June and once in August. The primary responsibility of the NODA intern is to                    PowerPoint. Preference will be given to candidates
                                                                                        assist with the facilitation of New Student Orientation. He/she will be responsible for                 pursuing a degree in College Student Personnel or a
                                                                                        supporting the preparation and implementation of each New Student Orientation.                          related program.
                                                                                        Duties will include overseeing the Orientation Leader staff, running check-
                                                                                        in/registration, coordinating speakers, keeping the program on schedule, and
                                                                                        solving problems which may occur. Other duties will be to assist with the
                                                                                        Orientation Leader Training in late May/early June, to serve as part of the on-call
                                                                                        rotation for the Leadership Team, and to assist with Transfer Orientation. The NODA
                                                                                        intern will work directly with the 24 Orientation Leaders and will also be involved with
                                                                                        aspects of Family Orientation such as planning, implementing, training and
University of West   Family Orientation   FL   Region 6: ( LA,    http://uwf.edu/orient The NODA intern plays a vital role in our Orientation Leadership Team which              1   Current    The NODA intern must be a highly motivated               05/14/2012   Somewhat
Florida              Intern                    MS, AL, GA, FL,    ation                 consists of the Associate Dean of Students, Assistant Director, Coordinator for              Graduate   individual with a positive attitude and a willingness to
                                               TN, KY, NC, SC )                         Student Transition Programs, Graduate Intern from Housing and Residence Life,                Student    learn. He/she must demonstrate strong verbal
                                                                                        and two Student Coordinators. This group is responsible for planning, coordinating,                     communication and critical thinking skills, initiative,
                                                                                        and evaluating New Student Orientation, Family Orientation, and Transfer                                the ability to work in a team setting, and strong
                                                                                        Orientation. Family Orientation runs in conjunction with New Student Orientation.                       leadership skills. The candidate needs to be
                                                                                        Transfer Orientation is a one-day program for transfer students, which takes place                      comfortable working with Microsoft Word, Excel, and
                                                                                        once in June and once in August. The primary responsibility of the NODA intern is to                    PowerPoint. Preference will be given to candidates
                                                                                        coordinate Family Orientation. He/she will be responsible for the preparation and                       pursuing a degree in College Student Personnel or a
                                                                                        implementation of each Family Orientation. The NODA intern will run the Family                          related program.
                                                                                        Orientation program for two days by introducing speakers, keeping the program on
                                                                                        schedule, and solving problems which may occur. Finally, the intern will maintain the
                                                                                        database with family contacts and summarize and analyze the data collected from
                                                                                        evaluations. Other duties will be to assist with the Orientation Leader Training in late
                                                                                        May, to serve as part of the on-call rotation for the Leadership Team, and to assist
                                                                                        with Transfer Orientation. The NODA intern will work directly with the 24 Orientation
                                                                                        Leaders and will also be involved with aspects of New Student Orientation such as
USF St. Petersburg   NODA Intern          FL         Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.usfsp.ed USF St. Petersburg has an overnight first time in college orientation. The intern will 1     Current    Strong interpersonal skills, positive attitude,          5/15/12   Somewhat
                                                     MS, AL, GA, FL,    u/orientation       be expected to assist with the implementation of the orientation program for first           Graduate   creativity, flexibility, and excellent time-management
                                                     TN, KY, NC, SC )                       time in college students, transfer students, as well as our parent & family program.         Student    skills. Must be proficient in office applications (Word,
                                                                                            The intern will serve as the staff on call during the overnight orientation program.                    Excel, Outlook); experience facilitating small groups,
                                                                                            There will be 5 overnight sessions for first time in college students. She/he will also                 discussions, and programming a plus.
                                                                                            directly supervise and evaluate the Orientation Leader staff during orientation
                                                                                            programming and in the orientation office. Other significant responsibilities will be
                                                                                            compiling orientation evaluation feedback to distribute to presenters and Orientation
                                                                                            Leaders between each session and assisting with the planning of Freshman
                                                                                            Convocation. At times the intern will help with general office management
                                                                                            (answering phones, registration, copying).


Wingate University   Orientation Intern   North      Region 6: ( LA,    http://www.wingate. The NODA Intern responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting with all 1   Current    Interested candidates should have completed at least 06/04/2012    Yes
                                          Carolina   MS, AL, GA, FL,    edu                 aspects of student and family Orientation programs including check-in, break out             Graduate   one semester in a master's program in Higher
                                                     TN, KY, NC, SC )                       sessions, and logistics, etc. The intern will be partially responsible for developing        Student    Education, Student Affairs, or related field.
                                                                                            Welcome Leader training. The intern will aid in the preparations for Welcome Week                       Applicants must demonstrate leadership skills, strong
                                                                                            in August and helping to revamp our extended Orientation Program,                                       communication and interpersonal skills,
                                                                                            GateQuest. Experience in course registration by participating in a registration team.                   organizational skills and a positive attitude. Intern
                                                                                            The intern will have the opportunity to attend month Student Life division meetings                     must have a strong desire to assist student staff, new
                                                                                            and learn more about areas outside of Orientation such as residence life, campus                        students and their parents.
                                                                                            activities and leadership programming. The intern is encouraged to express their
                                                                                            own professional development goals and interest through the internship experience
                                                                                            in order to help tailor the experience.
Miami University   Summer Orientation OH   Region 7: ( IN,   http://www.muohio.e The Summer Orientation Intern will work with the Orientation Office Manager and           1   Current    Applicants must have completed a minimum of one        05/07/2012    Yes
(Ohio)             Intern                  OH, MI, ON )      du/orientation      Assistant Director of New Student Programs to coordinate many of the "behind the              Graduate   year of coursework in a Masters Degree program
                                                                                 scenes" aspects of New Student Orientation at Miami University.                               Student    (Higher Education Administration/Student Affairs
                                                                                                                                                                                          preferred). The successful applicant will have
                                                                                  Summer Orientation at Miami is comprised of sixteen one-and-a-half-day sessions                         excellent communication and organizational skills;
                                                                                  for students and family members. Sessions begin after Memorial Day and conclude                         experience working with students as an adviser,
                                                                                  by the end of June. Our work is centered around our Four Cs framework, which                            supervisor, or mentor; a positive attitude; a strong
                                                                                  describes how the work of New Student Programs helps students become more                               sense of integrity and self-motivation; willingness to
                                                                                  Confident, Comfortable, Connected, and Curious, and engages parents and family                          learn; and an understanding and demonstrated
                                                                                  as partners in that process. Approximately 3,400 domestic, first-year students and                      application of student development theory. The
                                                                                  their guests attend one of the sixteen sessions; international students and transfer                    successful candidate will also be able to work both
                                                                                  students are served by other orientation programs.                                                      autonomously and as a team member; and be
                                                                                                                                                                                          creative, flexible, responsible, dependable, and
                                                                                  The following responsibilities are core to the experience, but the office can also be                   professional. Additional desirable qualities include a
                                                                                  flexible in creating an experience that best fits the skills and goals of the Intern.                   sense of humor and a commitment to personal and
                                                                                                                                                                                          professional development.
                                                                                  Core responsibilities for the Intern include: collaborating on the initial and ongoing
                                                                                  training of the Summer Orientation Resource Guides (SORGs - a staff of
                                                                                  approximately 6-7 undergraduate students who staff the Summer Orientation office);
                                                                                  acting as a supervisor and mentor for the SORG staff; coordinating the Orientation
                                                                                  check-in process; serving as a resource for new students and their families by
                                                                                  responding to phone, email, and in-person inquiries; managing regular
                                                                                  communication between the SORGs, Student Orientation Undergraduate Leaders
                                                                                  (SOULs), and professional staff about individual student needs and
                                                                                  accommodations at orientation; updating the SORG training manual; serving as the
                                                                                  main Orientation Office contact in the absence of the Office Manager; create and
                                                                                  implement a plan to engage students who arrive early for their orientation session;
                                                                                  complete a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis of
                                                                                  Miami's Summer Orientation from student and family perspectives; other duties and
Ohio University    NODA Intern       OH    Region 7: ( IN,                        The NODA Intern will assist the director and Programs staff and the planning,
                                                             http://www.ohio.edu/ opportunities as agreed by the New Student graduate assistant with Intern. Please 1          Current    The NODA Orientation Intern must be currently           07/09/2012   Somewhat
                                           OH, MI, ON )      orientation/         preparation and management of the university's Orientation programs that occur in            Graduate   enrolled in a higher education (or comparable)
                                                                                  July and August. These programs are for new and transfer students, including non-            Student    graduate program and should demonstrate an
                                                                                  traditional students, as well as those relocating from a regional campus.                               interest in new student and family programs as a
                                                                                                                                                                                          profession. She/he must have strong communication
                                                                                  Responsibilities include: assisting the director with the preparation of materials for                  and interpersonal skills, an attention to detail, the
                                                                                  all orientation programs, assist the director with the daily management of orientation                  ability to work both independently and collaboratively,
                                                                                  programs, coordinate aspects of the parent orientation program, assist with our                         the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and
                                                                                  Bobcat Basics session, assist with the supervision of 45 undergraduate orientation                      balance multiple task. A positive attitude and
                                                                                  leaders, use the orientation registration system as needed and assist with data                         willingness to learn are a must. prior experience
                                                                                  management.                                                                                             working with orientation or new student programs is
                                                                                                                                                                                          preferred.
Purdue University-   STAR Intern       Indiana   Region 7: ( IN,   http://www.purdue.e The Graduate Intern will be working directly with the that Summer Transition,         1      Current         The ideal candidate will possess good organizational 06/04/2012   Somewhat
Main Campus                                      OH, MI, ON )      du/sats/            Advising and Registration (STAR) program. The intern will be partially responsible           Graduate        skills, creativity, energy, a positive attitude, the desire
                                                                                       for training, supervision, and mentoring summer student staff of about 50 students,          Student         to learn, a self starter, ability to work independently
                                                                                       as well as, logistical and reporting processes associated with STAR. This position                           as well as part of a group, completed at least one
                                                                                       will also be integral in helping develop a Parent Process and completing a full                              year of graduate school, ability to work early morning
                                                                                       assessment of the STAR program. Additional opportunities exist to work with or                               hours, experience with Microsoft Office Suite, People
                                                                                       learn more about Boiler Gold Rush, Learning Communities, Purdue Promise, and                                 Soft, Banner and/or Registration Software is helpful
                                                                                       Supplemental Instruction.                                                                                    but not mandatory.

University of Dayton New Student       OH        Region 7: ( IN,   http://www2.udayton   The intern for New Student Programs office at the University of Dayton(UD) is        One   Current         The successful candidate will have experience as an 06/01/2012    Yes
                     Programs Intern             OH, MI, ON )      .edu/studev/newstu    responsible for supporting the development, coordination, and implementation of            Graduate        Orientation leader/student coordinator, experience in
                                                                   dentprograms/nso_i    educational programs that enhance first-year and transfer student success,                 Student, Post   student programming, experience holding a
                                                                   ndex.php              including the New Student Camp and New Student Orientation (NSO). (Orientation             Bachelor's      leadership position or outdoor education experience.
                                                                                         at UD occurs the four days before classes start in mid-August. Class registration          Degree - No     The candidate needs to have great written and oral
                                                                                         and advising occur on-line over the summer.)                                               Grad School     communication skills. The ability to work
                                                                                         The intern will assist with the development and editing of New Student Program             Experience      independently with minimal supervision while also
                                                                                         materials, assist in creating and carrying out a marketing plan, support the NSO                           being a good team player is important.
                                                                                         Technology leader as he/she works with UDit to publish information about NSO and
                                                                                         Camp and help with the development and production of communication pieces for
                                                                                         an internal, university audience. The intern will also assist the Director and
                                                                                         Assistant Director of New Student Programs in the development and implementation
                                                                                         of orientation events for commuter and transfer students by helping to develop and
                                                                                         implement programs specific to these student populations during NSO and work
                                                                                         with the students and staff to create targeted communication for these student
                                                                                         populations.
                                                                                         The intern will also have the unique experience of helping to plan, develop and
                                                                                         implement the first New Student Camp for the University. This is an exciting
                                                                                         opportunity to design and execute a four day camp experience for entering first year
                                                                                         students, working along with the graduate assistant and student camp chair.

                                                                                         Our office consists of a Director, Assistant Director and Graduate Assistant. The
                                                                                         intern will also be working with student leaders.
University of      NODA Summer         Indiana   Region 7: ( IN,   http://www.usi.edu/s The NODA Intern will assist in the development and implementation of orientation, 1        Current    Candidates must be currently enrolled or a recent      5/14/2012    Yes
Southern Indiana   Intern                        OH, MI, ON )      dv                   welcome week, and other transitional programs offered by the Office of Student             Graduate   graduate of an accredited college or university
                                                                                        Development Programs and the University of Southern Indiana. This includes the             Student    graduate program in student personnel, counseling
                                                                                        development and implementation of Camp Eagle, a 3-day summer camp for                                 and development, higher education, or similar field.
                                                                                        incoming new students based on the social change model. Responsibilities related                      Preference will be given to an individual who has
                                                                                        to Camp Eagle include training and supervision of student staff, development and                      experience in the higher education setting. Candidate
                                                                                        delivery of curriculum, and supervision of evening activities. USI offers 11 one-day                  must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office
                                                                                        sessions for freshman, and 4 sessions for transfer students. This position will assist                Professional (Excel, Access, Word, Power Point,
                                                                                        in the implementation of the orientation programs that will occur during the summer,                  Outlook, and Publisher); have the ability to work with
                                                                                        including orientation leader supervision, program components, orientation logistics,                  and relate to a diverse public required; have strong
                                                                                        and administrative support in the office. We will have completed four of the                          organizational, time management, and written and
                                                                                        freshman orientation sessions prior to the beginning of this internship. The intern will              verbal communication skills; and be able to manage
                                                                                        develop, coordinate, and supervise evening entertainment for the summer                               multiple demands in a setting of high student contact
                                                                                        orientation programs and attend all meetings, training sessions, and summer                           and interaction required. This position is in the
                                                                                        retreats for the orientation leaders (AMIGOs). USI has been offering an online                        general office environment with majority of duties
                                                                                        orientation option for select student populations. This intern will have the opportunity              sedentary in nature. Position requires extended
                                                                                        to develop an online orientation program specific to the needs of distance education                  periods of sitting, but some periods of prolonged
                                                                                        students. The intern will also assist in the development of educational and social                    standing may be required during presentations and
                                                                                        components for Welcome Week, which will be held after the intern has returned to                      other events. Candidate must have visual acuity and
                                                                                        their home campus.                                                                                    finger dexterity necessary for prolonged computer
                                                                                                                                                                                              usage.
                                                                                        In addition to the specific areas listed, the intern will work with the Director and
                                                                                        Assistant Director of the department to identify projects that are of specific interest
                                                                                        to the intern and a need of the department.


Wittenberg         Orientation and     Ohio      Region 7: ( IN,   http://www.wittenber Wittenberg University hosts New Student Days, a fall orientation program four days 1       Current    The Intern must be a current graduate student who      05/18/2012   Somewhat
University         Summer                        OH, MI, ON )      g.edu/newstudentda before classes begin. Essential responsibilities for the Orientation and Summer              Graduate   has completed one or more years of graduate work in
                   Conference Intern                               ys                   Conference Intern include: Virtually assist with the selection of 60-70 undergraduate      Student    College Student Personnel or a related field of study.
                                                                                        Orientation Assistants (via an online form management system, prior to arrival on-                    Experience working in orientation, first-year
                                                                                        site); Supervise and mentor 3-5 Head Orientation Assistants and 60-70 Orientation                     programs, conference services, and/or residence life
                                                                                        Assistants (OAs); Develop and facilitate Head OA training and preparation                             preferred. The ideal candidate will possess
                                                                                        schedule; Develop and facilitate OA training components in collaboration with Head                    experience training and supervising undergraduate
                                                                                        OAs; Serve as an on-call staff member during the New Student Days program;                            students, the development and facilitation of training
                                                                                        Coordinate departmental assessment and evaluation related to OA training and                          programs, and experience managing emergency
                                                                                        New Student Days; Coordinate and assist with programmatic aspects of OA training                      situations. Excellent written and oral communication
                                                                                        and OA-related components of New Student Days, including but not limited to                           skills, flexibility, and strong leadership skills are
                                                                                        transportation arrangements, evening program setup and cleanup, staff                                 required. The regular schedule includes some nights
                                                                                        development and team recognition, and staff discipline; Communicate with incoming                     and weekends. A valid drivers license is required.
                                                                                        students and parents as needed; Communicate with University administrators,                           The Intern is required to reside on campus during the
                                                                                        faculty, and other interns as needed; Assist with supervision of undergraduate                        internship.
                                                                                        summer conference staff including training, teambuilding, delegation of tasks, and
                                                                                        evening and weekend program supervision; Assist with collection and preparation of
                                                                                        conference details; Facilitate immediate reporting of problems/concerns with
                                                                                        conference groups to the Director of Scheduling and Events.
Xavier University   Manresa Intern       OH   Region 7: ( IN,    http://www.xavier.ed Term:June 1, 2012 August 22, 2012                                                        1   Current    Qualifications include the following:                  06/01/2012   Somewhat
                                              OH, MI, ON )       u/involvement                                                                                                     Graduate   Enrolled in graduate program in higher education,
                                                                                      Hours:40 hours/week                                                                          Student    counseling, student development or related field.
                                                                                      8:30am-5pm, Monday-Friday                                                                               Ability to work within the philosophy of the Office of
                                                                                                                                                                                              Student Involvement
                                                                                                                                                                                              Ability to understand and articulate issues of social
                                                                                      Stipend: $3200.00 paid over June, July, and August (taxes are withheld)                                 justice, multiculturalism, cross-cultural
                                                                                      $800.00 food grant paid over June, July, and August                                                     communication, racism, sexism, heterosexism,
                                                                                      Complimentary university housing during summer terms of contract                                        homophobia, classism, ableism, anti-Semitism, etc
                                                                                                                                                                                              Demonstrated ability to effectively manage time and
                                                                                      Specific Duties:                                                                                        multiple projects
                                                                                      The Graduate Intern will play a critical role in the coordination and operation of the                  Proven experience working cooperatively as part of a
                                                                                      Office of Student Involvement, particularly the Manresa New Student Orientation                         team
                                                                                      program. A Graduate Intern will be selected based on proven leadership                                  Ability to lead, delegate, and maintain student staff
                                                                                      experience, their potential to contribute to the mission and development of Student                     participation
                                                                                      Involvement, and their understanding of the need for a comprehensive orientation                        Strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate
                                                                                      program. Duties will include the following:                                                             effectively in one-on-one and group settings
                                                                                                                                                                                              2.5 GPA Requirement
                                                                                      Manresa:
                                                                                      Assist in the planning and implementation of comprehensive fall orientation program
                                                                                      for new students, in collaboration with Student Life & Leadership colleagues, faculty,
                                                                                      and administrative offices
                                                                                      Serve as a resource for Manresa Core members (student coordinators)
                                                                                      Create and implement training opportunities for Manresa Core
                                                                                      Participate in and facilitate Core meetings and activities


                                                                                      First Year Experience:
                                                                                      Assist in the creation and implementation of a non-credit bearing First Year
                                                                                      Experience program
                                                                                      Complete benchmarking in the area of First Year Experience programs at aspirant
                                                                                      universities

                                                                                  Week of Welcome:
                                                                                  Work with the Assistant Director for Campus Activities in the logistical management
                                                                                  of Week of Welcome programming
American University Graduate Assistant   DC   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.american New Student Programs is responsible for the development, planning, and                  1        Current    Current graduate student in a master's program in        05/16/12   Somewhat
                                              NJ, MD, DE, WV, .edu/orientation    implementation of programs that aid new students and their families in their                     Graduate   Higher Education Student Affairs or related field.
                                              VA, DC )                            transition to the university and contribute to student success and retention. The NSP            Student    Applicants must demonstrate sound supervision and
                                                                                  Graduate Assistant reports to the assistant director of New Student Programs and                            leadership skills as well as strong communication
                                                                                  assists in the supervision for up to fifteen orientation leaders and four coordinators.                     and interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution;
                                                                                  The GA is responsible for projects including Eagle Summit Evening Activity planning                         excellent time management and organizational skills;
                                                                                  and implementation, staff training, program assessment, newsletter, and Welcome                             a positive attitude; ability to self-motivate and
                                                                                  Week planning. The GA will participate in weekly coordinator meetings and                                   demonstrate initiative; ability to work in a fast paced
                                                                                  trainings. The GA will be encouraged to meet professionals in all areas of student                          environment; effective problem-solving and decision-
                                                                                  affairs at American University in order to learn more about the institution and the                         making skills are a must. Applicants must be
                                                                                  field.                                                                                                      prepared to work long hours during the week and
                                                                                                                                                                                              work the weekends during orientation sessions. Prior
                                                                                                                                                                                              experience advising or supervising students is
                                                                                                                                                                                              desired, but not required. We are looking for a strong
                                                                                                                                                                                              team player with some experience with team building
                                                                                                                                                                                              activities. Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office and
                                                                                                                                                                                              general computer skills necessary.
Drew University   Graduate Intern   New      Region 8: ( PA, http://drew.edu/stud This position will be heavy behind-the-scenes preparation for our five-day New            1   Current    Applicants should possess a desire to learn about the 06/04/2012   Somewhat
                                    Jersey   NJ, MD, DE, WV, entactivities        Student Orientation (NSO) program. This internship will focus greatly on                      Graduate   facilitation of a New Student Orientation program and
                                             VA, DC )                             coordinating our Day of Service program, a day-long service project for the entire            Student    student activities. Excellent communication, strong
                                                                                  first-year class, held during the NSO program. Depending on the flexibility in one's                     leadership skills and the ability to be flexible. Able to
                                                                                  schedule, if the intern is able to be on campus August 22-26, he/she will play an                        handle multiple tasks, be well organized and a self-
                                                                                  instrumental role assisting with the facilitation of all logistics of the NSO program for                starter. Preference will be given to a graduate student
                                                                                  undergraduate first-year, transfer students, and families.                                               currently enrolled in a Student Affairs Masters
                                                                                                                                                                                           Degree program. Past orientation experience and
                                                                                      Position duties include assisting in the planning of Orientation Leader training                     supervision experience is helpful, but not required.
                                                                                      activities to ensure sessions are interactive, educational, creative and fun;
                                                                                      collaborating on the development of NSO promotional materials and publications;
                                                                                      coordinating program logistics and supervising student staff.

                                                                                      This intern will also greatly assist with logistics and planning of Welcome Week and
                                                                                      Reunion/Family Weekend - a newly combined event for our university in 2012.

                                                                                      Special projects as assigned.
Drexel University   Graduate Intern for PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.drexel.ed     New Student Orientation (NSO) at Drexel University is an opportunity for new        1   Current    The New Student and Family Programs (NSFP)                05/21/2012   Somewhat
                    Orientation Logistics    NJ, MD, DE, WV, u/studentlife/student students and families to become connected to the Drexel community. It is the               Graduate   Office is under the leadership of the Director of New
                                             VA, DC )        _family_resources/ mission of the New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) Office to provide quality               Student    Student and Family Programs. A total of three
                                                                                   programs and services that enhance the first year experience at Drexel University.                    graduate interns are hired to provide the necessary
                                                                                   Through strategic partnerships with family members and key university                                 staffing resources that allow the office to function at a
                                                                                   stakeholders, the office works to support the matriculation, transition, and retention                high level throughout the summer term. The ideal
                                                                                   of all new, undergraduate students.                                                                   candidate will possess excellent written and verbal
                                                                                      The Graduate Intern for Orientation Logistics reports to the Director of NSFP and                  communication skills, a clear understanding of
                                                                                   coordinates several administrative aspects involved in the planning and execution of                  student development and transition theory, strong
                                                                                   the NSO program. These duties include managing online and on-site registration,                       supervisory skills, and an ability to work in a
                                                                                   running registration and attendance reports, and updating website content. The                        collaborative, diverse environment. This position
                                                                                   graduate intern supervises the Orientation Logistics Team, which consists of 1                        requires a person who can multi-task in a fast-paced
                                                                                   undergraduate Orientation Coordinator (OC), 7 undergraduate Orientation Leaders                       atmosphere, remain flexible through various
                                                                                   (OL), and is advised by up to 2 professional staff members. Other duties include, but                 roadblocks, and exhibit an appropriate sense of
                                                                                   are not limited to membership on the NSO Work Group, facilitating OL training                         humor through high stress situations. Finally, the
                                                                                   sessions, responding to emails and telephone calls, and serving as a liaison to key                   graduate intern must be able to take initiative, work
                                                                                   NSO stakeholders.                                                                                     autonomously, and exhibit creativity in her/his work.
                                                                                      Essential Functions:
                                                                                       Manage all aspects of online and on-site registration including working with
                                                                                   campus offices to manage the registration software; develop a departmental
                                                                                   communication plan to answer new student and family questions; collaborate with
                                                                                   professional staff to run on-site check-in and registration; and develop registration
                                                                                   and attendance reports for various campus administrators.
                                                                                       Serve as a contributing member of the NSO Work Group which serves as the
                                                                                   advisory committee providing direction and assistance to the Director of NSFP with
                                                                                   staff selection and training, program content, administration, and assessment.
                                                                                       Supervise the Orientation Logistics Team, which consists of 1 undergraduate
                                                                                   Orientation Coordinator (OC) and 7 undergraduate Orientation Leaders (OL) utilizing
                                                                                   the guidance and assistance of up to two professional staff advisors.
                                                                                       Work collaboratively with other graduate interns and OCs to facilitate OL
                                                                                   Training, develop a cohesive team, and establish clear expectations for OLs.
                                                                                   Support the delivery of the NSO program by managing parking, shuttle busses,
                                                                                   and golf cart transportation; coordinating accessible transportation options for
                                                                                   participants with disabilities; providing support to the New Student Programs and
Drexel University   Graduate Intern for   PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.drexel.ed New Student Orientation (NSO) at Drexel University is an opportunity for new                  1   Current    The New Student and Family Programs (NSFP)                05/21/2012   Somewhat
                    New Student                NJ, MD, DE, WV, u/studentlife/student students and families to become connected to the Drexel community. It is the                     Graduate   Office is under the leadership of the Director of New
                    Programs                   VA, DC )        _family_resources/ mission of the New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) Office to provide quality                     Student    Student and Family Programs. A total of three
                                                                                     programs and services that enhance the first year experience at Drexel University.                          graduate interns are hired to provide the necessary
                                                                                     Through strategic partnerships with family members and key university                                       staffing resources that allow the office to function at a
                                                                                     stakeholders, the office works to support the matriculation, transition, and retention                      high level throughout the summer term. The ideal
                                                                                     of all new, undergraduate students.                                                                         candidate will possess excellent written and verbal
                                                                                                                                                                                                 communication skills, a clear understanding of
                                                                                        The Graduate Intern for New Student Programs reports to the Director of NSFP and                         student development and transition theory, strong
                                                                                        coordinates the planning and execution of key programs for new students                                  supervisory skills, and an ability to work in a
                                                                                        throughout the NSO program. These programs include the Dragon Expo Campus                                collaborative, diverse environment. This position
                                                                                        Resource Fair, Student Organization Fair, Evening Social Activities, Orientation                         requires a person who can multi-task in a fast-paced
                                                                                        Leader Skits, and laying the groundwork for New Student Days (NSD). The graduate                         atmosphere, remain flexible through various
                                                                                        intern supervises the New Student Programs Team, which consists of 1                                     roadblocks, and exhibit an appropriate sense of
                                                                                        undergraduate Orientation Coordinator (OC), 7 undergraduate Orientation Leaders                          humor through high stress situations. Finally, the
                                                                                        (OL), and is advised by up to 2 professional staff members. Other duties include, but                    graduate intern must be able to take initiative, work
                                                                                        are not limited to membership on the NSO Work Group, facilitating OL training                            autonomously, and exhibit creativity in her/his work.
                                                                                        sessions, responding to emails and telephone calls, and serving as a liaison to key
                                                                                        NSO stakeholders.

                                                                                        Essential Functions
                                                                                        Coordinate all aspects of the Dragon Expo Campus Resource Fair, Student
                                                                                        Organization Fair, and Evening Social Activities which includes recruiting and
                                                                                        managing exhibitors and vendors; working with campus offices to coordinate the set
                                                                                        up and breakdown of events; and working closely with the offices of Recreational
                                                                                        Athletics, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and Campus Activities to develop strategies to
                                                                                        increase student participation and engagement.

                                                                                        Edit and update skits in collaboration with the offices of Student Conduct and
                                                                                        Community Standards, Public Safety, and Counseling and Health to communicate
                                                                                        student culture and convey consistent messages to new students regarding the
                                                                                        student code of conduct, campus safety, and sexual assault. Cast and provide
                                                                                        direction to Orientation Leaders as they audition for, rehearse, and perform skits
                                                                                        throughout the NSO program.
Drexel University   Graduate Intern for   PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.drexel.ed      New Student Orientation (NSO) at Drexel University is an opportunity for new       1   Current    The New Student and Family Programs (NSFP)                05/21/2012   Somewhat
                    Family Programs            NJ, MD, DE, WV, u/studentlife/student students and families to become connected to the Drexel community. It is the               Graduate   Office is under the leadership of the Director of New
                                               VA, DC )        _family_resources/ mission of the New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) Office to provide quality               Student    Student and Family Programs. A total of three
                                                                                     programs and services that enhance the first year experience at Drexel University.                    graduate interns are hired to provide the necessary
                                                                                     Through strategic partnerships with family members and key university                                 staffing resources that allow the office to function at a
                                                                                     stakeholders, the office works to support the matriculation, transition, and retention                high level throughout the summer term. The ideal
                                                                                     of all new, undergraduate students.                                                                   candidate will possess excellent written and verbal
                                                                                         The Graduate Intern for Family Programs reports to the Director of NSFP and                       communication skills, a clear understanding of
                                                                                     coordinates the planning and execution of key programs for family members                             student development and transition theory, strong
                                                                                     throughout the NSO program. These programs include the A Day in the Life of a                         supervisory skills, and an ability to work in a
                                                                                     Drexel Student panel, University Panel, Deans Dessert Reception, Taste of Philly                      collaborative, diverse environment. This position
                                                                                     Closing Reception, and laying the groundwork for Family Weekend (FW). The                             requires a person who can multi-task in a fast-paced
                                                                                     graduate intern supervises the Family Programs Team, which consists of 1                              atmosphere, remain flexible through various
                                                                                     undergraduate Orientation Coordinator (OC), 7 undergraduate Orientation Leaders                       roadblocks, and exhibit an appropriate sense of
                                                                                     (OL), and is advised by up to 2 professional staff members. Other duties include, but                 humor through high stress situations. Finally, the
                                                                                     are not limited to membership on the NSO Work Group, facilitating OL training                         graduate intern must be able to take initiative, work
                                                                                     sessions, responding to emails and telephone calls, and serving as a liaison to key                   autonomously, and exhibit creativity in her/his work.
                                                                                     NSO stakeholders.
                                                                                         Essential Functions:
                                                                                         Coordinate all aspects of the A Day in the Life of a Drexel Student session,
                                                                                     University Panel, Deans Dessert Reception, and Taste of Philly Closing Reception
                                                                                     which includes recruiting and managing panelists, speakers, and vendors; working
                                                                                     with campus offices to coordinate the set up, catering, and breakdown of events;
                                                                                     and collaborating with the Drexel Family Association (DFA) for direction and
                                                                                     volunteers.
                                                                                         Lay the groundwork for Family Weekend (FW) by working with the FW Work
                                                                                     Group to communicate important information to new students and families through
                                                                                     publications and announcements during NSO.
                                                                                         Serve as a contributing member of the NSO Work Group which serves as the
                                                                                     advisory committee providing direction and assistance to the Director of NSFP with
                                                                                     staff selection and training, program content, administration, and assessment.
                                                                                         Supervise the New Student Programs Team, which consists of 1 undergraduate
                                                                                     Orientation Coordinator (OC) and 7 undergraduate Orientation Leaders (OL) utilizing
George Mason        Orientation and     VA     Region 8: ( PA,                       The Office of and assistance Family two professional staff advisors.
                                                               http://ofps.gmu.edu/ the guidance Orientation and of up toPrograms and Services (OFPS) NODA interns 2            Current    A successful candidate must have experience             05/14/2012     Yes
University          Family Programs            NJ, MD, DE, WV,                       serve as an integral part of the professional staff for the summer. The NODA interns       Graduate   working with student leaders and a desire to expand
                    and Services Intern        VA, DC )                              will gain exposure to freshmen/transfer/family Orientation planning and                    Student    upon their knowledge of orientation and transition
                                                                                     development, student leadership development and training, assessment, and                             programs, family outreach, retention and/or other
                                                                                     developing campus partnerships with faculty and other departments. The NODA                           student-centered programming. In addition,
                                                                                     interns will have the opportunity to assist in the development of student leader                      preference is given to candidates who have an
                                                                                     training, coordinate and execute Orientation program components, develop and                          understanding of student development theory and
                                                                                     further family programs and Orientation, assist with the development of the skit                      have experience with training and evaluation of
                                                                                     program, coordinate the Patriot Leader competency assessment and reflection                           student leaders. The candidate must be able to work
                                                                                     circles, manage the Orientation evaluation process, research and begin                                in a student centered, fast-paced environment that
                                                                                     development of Family Weekend 2012, and provide general advisement and                                requires appreciation of diversity, setting priorities,
                                                                                     supervision to the OFPS Student Leader Team. In order to inform their practice, the                   multi-tasking, good decision making, flexibility and a
                                                                                     NODA interns will also develop their own learning outcomes and goals for the                          good sense of humor.
                                                                                     summer to provide concrete experiences in their areas of interest.
Lehigh University    OFYE Intern         PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.lehigh.ed Lehigh University and the Office of the First-Year Experience (OFYE) offer an         1     Current         Candidate should have excellent written and oral          05/21/2012   Somewhat
                                              NJ, MD, DE, WV, u/                   August Orientation to first-year transfer students, as well as their families, so the       Graduate        communication skills, problem solving skills, program
                                              VA, DC )                             accepted candidate will help plan all aspects of our fall orientation program.              Student, Post   planning experiences, and a wealth of creativity.
                                                                                   Candidate will have the opportunity to assist in the planning of educational                Bachelor's      Candidate needs to be a self motivator and be willing
                                                                                   orientation events for first-year and transfer students, work on a marketing plan for       Degree - No     to take initiative on projects. The position will require
                                                                                   extended fall orientation programs, update a training manual for our evoLUtion              Grad School     networking amongst various members of the
                                                                                   seminar facilitators, edit first-year, transfer and family orientation publications,        Experience      University community. Basic knowledge of web page
                                                                                   research other institutions programs, edit text and information on the OFYE website,                        design and Publisher or Pagemaker would be helpful,
                                                                                   help coordinate the Family Orientation program and design resources for family                              but not required.
                                                                                   members. The OFYE staff is hard working with a great sense of humor! We aim to
                                                                                   create a comfortable environment for both students and staff. The OFYE is a branch
                                                                                   of the Dean of Students Office, which includes approximately 30 professional staff.




Marymount            NODA Intern         VA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.marymo The NODA intern will be exposed to a wide variety of orientation experiences at a          1   Current         We seek a creative, energetic, positive individual who 05/14/2012      Somewhat
University                                    NJ, MD, DE, WV, unt.edu/orientation small, private Catholic university with a comprehensive orientation program for first-       Graduate        will take initiative and demonstrate a "Students Come
                                              VA, DC )                            year and transfer students as well as first-year students' parents. The intern will          Student         First" attitude. A successful candidate should be
                                                                                  assist with the training and supervision of the orientation leader and orientation                           excited about a small university in a great location,
                                                                                  office staff, including an overnight retreat; aid in the coordination of the orientation                     super-excited about orientation and new students in
                                                                                  skits and resource fair; supervise various aspects of the 1.5 day orientation                                general, and down-right ecstatic about working with
                                                                                  program; develop assessments of the orientation staff and program; assist in                                 some really, really fun people. A successful
                                                                                  planning Fall Welcome activities; perform general administrative and office tasks.                           candidate will possess strong oral and written
                                                                                  The intern will also complete a general report of their activities and provide feedback                      communication skills; customer service experience;
                                                                                  for improving the NODA intern position in future years.                                                      interest in orientation programming; computer skills;
                                                                                                                                                                                               a quick sense of humor; and the ability to work with
                                                                                                                                                                                               minimal supervision. Experience in training, student
                                                                                                                                                                                               supervision and new student programming preferred.




Monmouth University Temporary            NJ   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.monmou The New Student Orientation Intern will collaborate with administrators, faculty, staff, 1     Current         The successful candidate will be proactive, flexible, 05/21/2012       Somewhat
                    Orientation Intern        NJ, MD, DE, WV, th.edu/orientation and students to plan, implement and assess all aspects of the six 2-day summer                Graduate        professional, and passionate. Excellent interpersonal
                                              VA, DC )                           orientation sessions. Our new student orientation program will serve approximately            Student, Post   and leadership skills are a must. Prior experience in
                                                                                 1,000 new students from July 9 through July 26, 2012. The New Student Orientation             Bachelor's      student affairs is required, experience with new
                                                                                 Intern will be responsible for the following: Co-facilitating orientation student staff       Degree - No     student orientation or new student programming is
                                                                                 training with the two Orientation Team Leaders (OTLs). Planning orientation student           Grad School     strongly preferred.
                                                                                 staff development activities. Co-supervising orientation student staff. Coordinating          Experience
                                                                                 and de-briefing skits on common first-year transition challenges. Co-facilitating two
                                                                                 orientation workshop sessions. Assisting with the assessment process for new
                                                                                 student orientation. Participating in the Parent Programs. Overseeing evening
                                                                                 programming as needed. Completing other duties as assigned.
Montclair State   Graduate Intern -  NJ     Region 8: ( PA, https://www.montcla Graduate Interns (GIs) will be supervised by the Coordinator of Orientation & Family 1     Current    The Center for Advising and Student Transitions is      06/04/2012   No
University        New Student               NJ, MD, DE, WV, ir.edu/advising     Programs. They will work with all members of the Center for Advising and Student           Graduate   looking for candidates who are currently enrolled in a
                  Orientation/Peer          VA, DC )                            Transitions staff, which includes: 8 Academic Advisors, 2 Program Assistants, 1            Student    graduate program. Preference will be given to
                  Leadership Program                                            Assistant Director, 2 Associate Directors, an Executive Director, and approximately                   students who are pursuing a degree in one of the
                                                                                20 undergraduate Peer Leaders (PLs). GIs will assist with coordinating New                            following areas: counseling, educational leadership,
                                                                                Student Orientation (NSO) for incoming first-year students and their families. The                    student personnel, administration, or higher
                                                                                GIs will assist in the final planning stages of NSO and in the implementation and                     education. Applicants should possess a desire to
                                                                                execution of all of the programs (family and student). Some of the job duties include                 learn about the inner workings of new student and
                                                                                but are not limited to: participating in summer training for the PLs, setting up                      family orientation programs and retention programs.
                                                                                logistical operations, skit facilitation, and course advisement and registration. GIs                 We are looking for interns who have a willingness to
                                                                                will act as a liaison between PLs and professional staff members and assist with                      work hard, take initiative in a fast-paced environment,
                                                                                supervision of PLs.                                                                                   demonstrate a strong work ethic, and have excellent
                                                                                GIs will partner with professional staff members to educate and support PLs who will                  attention to detail. Preference will be given to
                                                                                discuss the following issues with first-year students: roommate conflict, sexual                      candidates who have experience as an Orientation
                                                                                assault, diversity, campus resources, alcohol use/abuse, and transitional issues.                     Leader, Resident Assistant, or camp counselor.
                                                                                GIs will also become familiar with Montclairs General Education curriculum as it
                                                                                pertains to first-year students and freshmen transfer students and assist as needed
                                                                                with course registration and selection.
                                                                                GIs will model and facilitate icebreakers and community builders for PLs staff. Each
                                                                                GI will be assigned a unique project area on which to focus for the summer. The
                                                                                three project areas are: Peer Leader Supervision, Learning Communities/Transfer
                                                                                Student Orientation, and the Family Orientation Program. While all GIs work with
                                                                                and gain skills in all three areas, each GI will have unique responsibilities respective
                                                                                to their particular project areas.
Montclair State   Graduate Intern -    NJ   Region 8: ( PA, https://www.montcla Graduate Interns (GIs) will be supervised by the Coordinator of Orientation & Family 1     Current    The Center for Advising and Student Transitions is      06/04/2012   No
University        Transfer Student          NJ, MD, DE, WV, ir.edu/advising     Programs. They will work with all members of the Center for Advising and Student           Graduate   looking for candidates who are currently enrolled in a
                  Orientation/Learning      VA, DC )                            Transitions staff, which includes: 8 Academic Advisors, 2 Program Assistants, 1            Student    graduate program. Preference will be given to
                  Communities                                                   Assistant Director, 2 Associate Directors, an Executive Director, and approximately                   students who are pursuing a degree in one of the
                                                                                20 undergraduate Peer Leaders (PLs). GIs will assist with coordinating New                            following areas: counseling, educational leadership,
                                                                                Student Orientation (NSO) for incoming first-year students and their families. The                    student personnel, administration, or higher
                                                                                GIs will assist in the final planning stages of NSO and in the implementation and                     education. Applicants should possess a desire to
                                                                                execution of all of the programs (family and student). Some of the job duties include                 learn about the inner workings of new student and
                                                                                but are not limited to: participating in summer training for the PLs, setting up                      family orientation programs and retention programs.
                                                                                logistical operations, skit facilitation, and course advisement and registration. GIs                 We are looking for interns who have a willingness to
                                                                                will act as a liaison between PLs and professional staff members and assist with                      work hard, take initiative in a fast-paced environment,
                                                                                supervision of PLs.                                                                                   demonstrate a strong work ethic, and have excellent
                                                                                GIs will partner with professional staff members to educate and support PLs who will                  attention to detail. Preference will be given to
                                                                                discuss the following issues with first-year students: roommate conflict, sexual                      candidates who have experience as an Orientation
                                                                                assault, diversity, campus resources, alcohol use/abuse, and transitional issues.                     Leader, Resident Assistant, or camp counselor.
                                                                                GIs will also become familiar with Montclairs General Education curriculum as it
                                                                                pertains to first-year students and freshmen transfer students and assist as needed
                                                                                with course registration and selection.
                                                                                GIs will model and facilitate icebreakers and community builders for PLs staff. Each
                                                                                GI will be assigned a unique project area on which to focus for the summer. The
                                                                                three project areas are: Peer Leader Supervision, Learning Communities/Transfer
                                                                                Student Orientation, and the Family Orientation Program. While all GIs work with
Montclair State   Graduate Intern -    NJ   Region 8: ( PA, https://www.montcla Graduate Interns (GIs) will be supervised by the Coordinator of Orientation & Family 1     Current    The Center for Advising and Student Transitions is      06/04/2012   No
University        Family Orientation        NJ, MD, DE, WV, ir.edu/advising      Programs. They will work with all members of the Center for Advising and Student          Graduate   looking for candidates who are currently enrolled in a
                  Program                   VA, DC )                             Transitions staff, which includes: 8 Academic Advisors, 2 Program Assistants, 1           Student    graduate program. Preference will be given to
                                                                                 Assistant Director, 2 Associate Directors, an Executive Director, and approximately                  students who are pursuing a degree in one of the
                                                                                 20 undergraduate Peer Leaders (PLs). GIs will assist with coordinating New                           following areas: counseling, educational leadership,
                                                                                 Student Orientation (NSO) for incoming first-year students and their families. The                   student personnel, administration, or higher
                                                                                 GIs will assist in the final planning stages of NSO and in the implementation and                    education. Applicants should possess a desire to
                                                                                 execution of all of the programs (family and student). Some of the job duties include                learn about the inner workings of new student and
                                                                                 but are not limited to: participating in summer training for the PLs, setting up                     family orientation programs and retention programs.
                                                                                 logistical operations, skit facilitation, and course advisement and registration. GIs                We are looking for interns who have a willingness to
                                                                                 will act as a liaison between PLs and professional staff members and assist with                     work hard, take initiative in a fast-paced environment,
                                                                                 supervision of PLs.                                                                                  demonstrate a strong work ethic, and have excellent
                                                                                 GIs will partner with professional staff members to educate and support PLs who will                 attention to detail. Preference will be given to
                                                                                 discuss the following issues with first-year students: roommate conflict, sexual                     candidates who have experience as an Orientation
                                                                                 assault, diversity, campus resources, alcohol use/abuse, and transitional issues.                    Leader, Resident Assistant, or camp counselor.
                                                                                 GIs will also become familiar with Montclairs General Education curriculum as it
                                                                                 pertains to first-year students and freshmen transfer students and assist as needed
                                                                                 with course registration and selection.
                                                                                 GIs will model and facilitate icebreakers and community builders for PLs staff. Each
                                                                                 GI will be assigned a unique project area on which to focus for the summer. The
                                                                                 three project areas are: Peer Leader Supervision, Learning Communities/Transfer
                                                                                 Student Orientation, and the Family Orientation Program. While all GIs work with
Pennsylvania      Penn College         PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.pct.edu/o The NODA intern will assist with all aspects of Connections, Penn College's summer 1      Current    The intern must be currently enrolled in a higher     05/14/2012     Somewhat
College of        NODA Intern               NJ, MD, DE, WV, rientation/          orientation program. Specifically, the intern will assist with training and overseeing    Graduate   education graduate program and should be
Technology                                  VA, DC )                             12 orientation leaders, known as Links, as they prepare and host the seven                Student    interested in exploring the field of orientation at a
                                                                                 overnight Connections sessions. He/she will help with the motivation and                             unique technical campus. This position allows for a
                                                                                 recognition of staff as well as the creation of assessment tools to provide the Links                great deal of autonomy, the ideal candidate is
                                                                                 with feedback as they develop. The intern will gain experience in assisting with the                 someone who has the initiative and enthusiasm to
                                                                                 implementation and evaluation of the Connections program. There will be                              take advantage of this opportunity. The Office of
                                                                                 experience in a variety of other areas based on the intern's interest, including: Greek              Student Activities is looking for someone with an
                                                                                 Life, leadership, residence life, community service, and Welcome Weekend.                            excellent sense of humor and an appreciation for Fun
                                                                                                                                                                                      Food Fridays!
                                                                                   This internship will be a great opportunity to gain experience at a technical college
                                                                                   that offers both two and four year degrees. Penn College is a relatively young
                                                                                   institution and most of its programs, including orientation, have been developed or
                                                                                   redesigned in the last 10 years. Through participation in this internship there are
                                                                                   opportunities to leave a lasting impact.
Philadelphia   Graduate           PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.PhilaU.e Philadelphia University commits an extensive amount of time and resources to            1   Current    Previous experience with orientation as a graduate or May 14, 2012 Somewhat
University     Coordinator for         NJ, MD, DE, WV, du/FYE              provide a sound foundation for                                                              Graduate   undergraduate student as well as supervision
               Student Programs        VA, DC )                            success for each student through their First Year Experience, of which the START            Student    experience is preferred with an understanding and
                                                                           (Student Transition, Advising, Registration and Testing) program is one of six critical                appreciation for the role of orientation and family
                                                                           components. As such, the NODA intern will be an integral member of the Summer                          programs in fulfilling the mission of the University.
                                                                           START team. Summer START and Family Orientation is offered in five sessions                            Excellent communication and interpersonal skills as
                                                                           throughout the summer and is a required two-day program for all new first-year                         well as strong time management and conflict
                                                                           students. Transfer START is offered in three half-day sessions focused on testing,                     resolution skills are required. The ideal candidate will
                                                                           advising and registration and one all inclusive Transfer Transitions program in late                   also possess a desire and ability to work in a
                                                                           August immediately preceding New Student Convocation. Responsibilities for the                         supportive and challenging, fast-paced environment
                                                                           Graduate Coordinator for Student Programs will include: 1) assist in the                               along with a sense of humor. Valid driver's license
                                                                           coordination, facilitation and assessment of START Leader training with co-Intern;                     and experience driving a van is helpful.
                                                                           2) jointly supervise approximately 18 undergraduate START Leaders; 3) support
                                                                           implementation of, and serve as on-site supervisor for, START student orientation
                                                                           program; 4) develop the START Leader duty roster and staffing assignments for
                                                                           START student orientation program; 5) serve as overnight housing contact for
                                                                           students and parents, working closely with Residence Life; 6) implement ongoing
                                                                           staff development activities and coordinate end-of summer recognition reception; 7)
                                                                           assess and evaluate all elements of START student orientation program; 8) assist
                                                                           with the preparation for August New Student Orientation and Welcome Week; and
                                                                           other duties as assigned. Both NODA interns are required to stay overnight in
                                                                           Ronson Hall with the START Leaders, new students and parents during the START
                                                                           and Family Orientation Program. This internship provides an excellent opportunity
Philadelphia   Graduate           PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.PhilaU.e Philadelphia University commits an extensive amount of time and resources to            1   Current    Previous experience with orientation as a graduate or May 14, 2012 Somewhat
University     Coordinator for         NJ, MD, DE, WV, du/FYE              provide a sound foundation for success for each student through their First Year            Graduate   undergraduate student as well as supervision
               Family and Early        VA, DC )                            Experience, of which the START (Student Transition, Advising, Registration and              Student    experience is preferred with an understanding and
               Arrival Programs                                            Testing) program is one of six critical components. As such, the NODA intern will be                   appreciation for the role of orientation and family
                                                                           an integral member of the Summer START team. Summer START and Family                                   programs in fulfilling the mission of the University.
                                                                           Orientation is offered in five sessions throughout the summer and is a required two-                   Excellent communication and interpersonal skills as
                                                                           day program for all new first-year students. Transfer START is offered in three half-                  well as strong time management and conflict
                                                                           day sessions focused on testing, advising and registration and one all inclusive                       resolution skills are required. The ideal candidate will
                                                                           Transfer Transitions program in late August immediately preceding New Student                          also possess a desire and ability to work in a
                                                                           Convocation. Responsibilities for the Graduate Coordinator for Student Programs                        supportive and challenging, fast-paced environment
                                                                           will include: 1) assist in the coordination, facilitation and assessment of START                      along with a sense of humor. Valid driver's license
                                                                           Leader training with co-Intern; 2) jointly supervise approximately 18 undergraduate                    and experience driving a van is helpful.
                                                                           START Leaders; 3) support implementation of, and serve as on-site supervisor for,
                                                                           Early Arrival Programs for first-year students 4) support implementation of, and
                                                                           serve as on-site supervisor for, START family orientation program; 5) support
                                                                           implementation of, and serve as on-site supervisor for, START transfer program; 6)
                                                                           develop the START Leader duty roster and staffing assignments for START family
                                                                           orientation and transfer program; 7) assist as overnight housing contact for students
                                                                           and parents, working very closely with Residence Life; 8) assess and evaluate all
                                                                           elements of START family orientation and transfer programs; 9) assist with the
                                                                           preparation for August New Student Orientation and Welcome Week; and other
                                                                           duties as assigned. Both NODA interns are required to stay overnight in Ronson
                                                                           Hall with the START Leaders, new students and parents during the START and
Radford University   NODA Intern       Virginia   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.radford.e The interns will serve as a paraprofessional staff members in the Office of New       2     Current         Candidates should have experience training,             05/14/2012   Somewhat
                                                  NJ, MD, DE, WV, du/orientation       Student Programs, a department of five professional staff, reporting through                Graduate        supervising and motivating student leaders, and have
                                                  VA, DC )                             Enrollment Management and Planning. The office is a relaxed, yet fast paced                 Student         a knowledge of student development theory. We are
                                                                                       environment providing great flexibility to meet both the interns' and institution's                         looking for someone with clear and concise
                                                                                       needs. The interns will work in collaboration with the academic advising staff and                          communication skills, strong interpersonal skills,
                                                                                       campus offices and departments to deliver four two-day and three one-day                                    ability to balance multiple tasks, capability to take
                                                                                       freshmen orientation sessions (Quest), and six one-day transfer orientation                                 initiative and desire to positively impact current
                                                                                       programs (Transfer Quest). The interns will have responsibilities in both student and                       students, new students and parents. Preference will
                                                                                       parent programs. The first project will be to coordinate and implement (and                                 be given to candidates with orientation, residence life
                                                                                       evaluate), with 2 highly motivated undergraduate Student Directors, a                                       and/or student activities experience. Applicants
                                                                                       comprehensive training and team-building program for 25 Quest Assistants                                    should be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word.
                                                                                       (Orientation Leaders) and 6 Parent Orientation Guides. The second project will
                                                                                       encompass supervision of these students during the programs while assisting with
                                                                                       Quest check-in, college meetings, academic advising, course registration, "Scenes
                                                                                       From a Freshman Year" play, evening programs for parents and students and other
                                                                                       program logistics. The third project will be the assessment of the student and parent
                                                                                       orientation programs; including the design, review, distribution and evaluation of
                                                                                       these assessment instruments.



Rowan University     Orientation &     New        Region 8: ( PA, http://rowan.edu/ori The Intern has the opportunity to assist with transfer & freshman orientation           1   Current         Earned bachelors degree and past orientation or         5/14/2012    Yes
                     Leadership        Jersey     NJ, MD, DE, WV, entation/nodaintern. programs in late June and a Freshman Connection extended orientation off-campus             Graduate        other related student leadership experience,
                     Programs Intern              VA, DC )        cfm                  overnight leadership development retreat in late August. Additional interests of the        Student, Post   preferably in a team setting, is required.
                                                                                       Intern such as publication/website creation/design/editing, supervision, social             Bachelor's      Demonstrated initiative, flexibility, creativity, and
                                                                                       networking & marketing, conference & event services, budgeting, and/or                      Degree - No     strong verbal and written communication skills are
                                                                                       assessment will be considered for possible additional competency development.               Grad School     required. Commitment to serving students, parents,
                                                                                       Orientation duties include: assist with office coverage, including program registration     Experience      and other University staff; including diverse
                                                                                       and information referral phone calls; assist with Peer Referral and Orientation Staff                       populations, and a customer service philosophy are
                                                                                       (PROS) pre-session training; communicate with academic units and housing about                              necessary. We are seeking a high-performing
                                                                                       student attendance information; prepare classrooms and other locations for                                  candidate who is reliable, enthusiastic, and
                                                                                       orientation presentations; support PROS during orientation programming; serve on-                           resourceful; who can demonstrate a commitment to
                                                                                       call during the evenings of orientation programs. The intern will work as a member                          teamwork & willingness to assist and mentor new
                                                                                       of an orientation staff team of two program directors, secretary, coordinator, 1-3                          staff members, and has the potential to serve as a
                                                                                       orientation assistants (student managers), and 27-34 PROS. Attendance and                                   role model to others. To be eligible for payment as a
                                                                                       participation during the following training and program dates is required:                                  temporary state employee, the Intern must complete
                                                                                       Wednesday, June 13 through Friday, June 15; Monday, June 18 through Thursday,                               a background check, including fingerprinting.
                                                                                       June 21; Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28. Leadership programming
                                                                                       duties include: assisting with planning our Freshman Connection extended
                                                                                       orientation program; presenting at our summer leadership conference on Friday,
                                                                                       July 20; and developing marketing and program materials for other Leadership
                                                                                       Rowan experiences. Employment dates are very flexible within the range listed, with
                                                                                       the exception of the required dates listed above. Interns will work an average of 28
                                                                                       hours per week, up to a maximum of 32, and are paid $9.50 - $10/hour depending
                                                                                       on experience level. This equates to $608-640 biweekly, or a maximum of $5,440 if
                                                                                       the Intern is available for the entire employment period.
Rutgers University    Summer Orientation NJ         Region 8: ( PA, http://nso.rutgers.ed If you are looking for an opportunity to be a part of a groundbreaking approach to      2   Current         Current graduate student in Student Affairs, College 5/16/2012            Yes
                      Intern                        NJ, MD, DE, WV, u                     orientating new students, and want to surround yourself with an enthusiastic staff          Graduate        Personnel, or similar field of study. NODA intern
                                                    VA, DC )                              that can always share a good laugh, then Rutgers University is your 2012 summer             Student         candidates should illustrate a passion for student
                                                                                          destination. The NODA intern will work collaboratively with all professional and                            growth and development. A positive attitude, sense of
                                                                                          graduate New Student Orientation (NSO) staff members in the successful                                      humor and eagerness to learn is necessary.
                                                                                          implementation of approximately 15 orientation programs serving incoming first year                         Candidates should have a general knowledge of, and
                                                                                          and transfer students at Rutgers University. Each first year orientation program is 2                       celebrate diverse cultures. An ability to adapt and be
                                                                                          days in length, including an overnight visit, and our transfer program is a one day                         flexible in a fast paced environment is essential.
                                                                                          model geared to the specific needs of that population. This graduate intern will be                         Previous orientation/residence life experience is
                                                                                          directly responsible for: developing goals for the internship experience, serving as a                      desired, but not required. Candidates should be
                                                                                          supportive role model and supervisor to the student staff, overseeing at least one                          proficient in MS Excel and Word, and possess
                                                                                          component of our two day program, and serving as the live-in staff member in the                            excellent written and oral communication skills. This
                                                                                          summer orientation residence hall. In addition, the graduate intern is expected to                          position allows for a great deal of autonomy, and
                                                                                          present at the orientation leader intensive training week. This is a great opportunity                      creative problem solving is encouraged.
                                                                                          for a graduate student looking to expand their portfolio to include experiences with a
                                                                                          diverse student body, familiarity with problem solving strategies in a fast paced
                                                                                          environment, and practice supervising skills with a student staff.
                                                                                          Over the course of the spring semester our office will be working on designing new
                                                                                          strategies to enhance the work environment for summer orientation staff members,
Rutgers University    Orientation and      NJ       Region 8: ( PA, http://nso.rutgers.ed Do you like a good party? Are you a logistics junkie? Do you have an interest in        2   Current         Current graduate student in Student Affairs, College 5/16/2012            Yes
                      Convocation                   NJ, MD, DE, WV, u                     combining event planning with an overall theme of welcoming new students to                 Graduate        Personnel, or similar field of study is preferred.
                      Internship                    VA, DC )                              campus? If you answered yes, then you will want to spend Summer 2012 in New                 Student, Post   NODA intern candidates should illustrate an
                                                                                          Brunswick, New Jersey helping to create, organize and run the largest activity for          Bachelor's      understanding of the role traditional events/programs
                                                                                          incoming students during move-in weekend. This NODA intern will serve as a                  Degree - No     play in the student experience and should be able to
                                                                                          member of the planning team for the 2012 New Student Convocation and will take              Grad School     describe experiences in their high school or
                                                                                          the lead on planning several key components of this multi-dimensional event that            Experience      undergraduate career where events/programs
                                                                                          includes a formal convocation ceremony, VIP reception, pre-ceremony                                         contributed to their development as a member of that
                                                                                          entertainment, post-ceremony BBQ and a carnival-themed final event, as well as a                            population and instilled in them a sense of pride
                                                                                          fully-formed rain plan. Visit http://getinvolved.rutgers.edu/media/photo-gallery/45 for                     and/or belonging. Attention to detail, a curious and
                                                                                          photos from previous events.                                                                                creative mind set, and an outgoing and professional
                                                                                          This intern will work collaboratively with professional staff members in departments                        demeanor is essential. Candidates should have
                                                                                          including, but not limited to, Student Life, Dining Services, Athletics, Performing                         some event planning experience and be able to
                                                                                          Arts, and Public Safety, as well as key university vendors and student performance                          demonstrate an ability to manage multiple priorities
                                                                                          groups on campus. Key responsibilities will include the research, development,                              and complete projects in a timely manner.
                                                                                          planning and implementation of the pre-convocation ceremony and post-event
                                                                                          carnival. Attention this year will be on incorporating new traditions into the pre-
                                                                                          existing event format, identifying options for rain locations on or off campus, and
                                                                                          creating more opportunities for student engagement/interaction during all portions of
Rutgers University-   New Student          New      Region 8: ( PA, http://robeson.rutger The Orientation Interns will serve as an intergral member of the overall orientation    2   Current         The interns must be currently enrolled in a higher           06/04/2012   Yes
Newark Campus         Orientation Intern   Jersey   NJ, MD, DE, WV, s.edu                 staff and will report to the Assistant Director for First Year Experience and Student       Graduate        education (or comparable) graduate program and
                                                    VA, DC )                              Conduct. The Orientation Interns will assist in the organizing, planning,                   Student         should demonstrate an interest in new student and
                                                                                          implementing and evaluating of new student orientation as well as our parent and                            family programs. She/he must have strong
                                                                                          family program. The interns will be responsible for creating marketing materials                            interpersonal skills, an attention to detail, the ability to
                                                                                          such as brochures and newsletters to be distributed to incoming students and                                work both independently and collaboratively, the
                                                                                          parents. The interns will additionally be responsible for the development and                               ability to work in a fast-paced environment and
                                                                                          implementation of the summer training program for the orientation leader staff as                           balance multiple tasks, and a positive attitude. The
                                                                                          well as some staff supervision.                                                                             intern must be proficient in computer programs such
                                                                                                                                                                                                      as Excel, Powerpoint and Publisher and capable of
                                                                                                                                                                                                      designing flyers and other promotional materials.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Experience working with orientation programs is
                                                                                                                                                                                                      desirable.
Rutgers-Camden   Office of New        NJ   Region 8: ( PA, http://newstudents.c The Office of New Student Programs is a small office comprised of 5 full-time staff, 2   Current    The Graduate Intern should have the willingness to    06/01/12        Yes
                 Student Programs          NJ, MD, DE, WV, amden.rutgers.edu 1 part-time staff and 1 graduate intern. ONSP assists all new students (first-year          Graduate   jump into a team atmosphere, a sense of humor and
                 Graduate Intern           VA, DC )                             and transfers) in their transition to Rutgers-Camden from the time they inform the       Student    dedication to get the job done and enrich
                                                                                university until the end of their first semester. The Graduate Intern will take an                  experiences for students. We are looking for
                                                                                active role in the summer programming and marketing of various programs. The                        someone who stands out and is willing to go the extra
                                                                                Graduate Intern will utilize technology and social media to create more knowledge                   mile.
                                                                                about the various programs. The Graduate Intern will assist in all activities of the
                                                                                First-Year Keys to Success Day in order for new students to receive a firm grasp of                 Experience in marketing, utilization of social media to
                                                                                academic policies. The Graduate Intern will assist in reviewing data to make                        meet learning outcomes, and Orientation planning
                                                                                informed programming decisions for the Raptor Welcome Orientation (August 29th-                     are highly preferred.
                                                                                must be able to work this day). The Graduate Intern will assist with all logistics for
                                                                                the day, ensure supplies are organized, and handle marketing for the program.



Susquehanna      Summer               PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.susqu.ed The Summer Conference Coordinator Intern will serve as a member of the Office of 1        Current    Must be a currently enrolled graduate student            05/19/2012   Somewhat
University       Conference                NJ, MD, DE, WV, u/offices/23349.asp Event Management. This position will experience a variety of components of                Graduate   (Student Affairs program strongly preferred but not
                 Coordinator Intern        VA, DC )                            summer conference operations, including staff development, customer service,              Student    required).Experience in summer conferences or
                                                                               hands-on event facilitation, and collaborative work with other campus departments.                   event coordination is preferred but not required.
                                                                               Opportunities for involvement of the intern in other initiatives such as housing                     Experience managing others is required. Candidate
                                                                               operations, campus center operations, and event management are also part of the                      must be an able-bodied person as physical labor and
                                                                               experience. This position includes undergraduate conference staff supervision and                    some heavy lifting is required. Proven ability to foster
                                                                               responsibilities on evenings and weekends. Responsibilities include but are not                      a positive team environment strongly desired.
                                                                               limited to: Perform Conference Coordinator duties when the Assistant Directors are                   Candidate must be willing to learn quickly, able to
                                                                               off-site.(Hours vary and include nights and weekends.) Assist with direct staff                      rapidly problem-solve efficiently and creatively, and
                                                                               supervision of undergraduate Conference Assistants, including training, team                         be ready to work long and/or irregular hours. Strong
                                                                               building, delegation of duties, etc. Serve as a member of the Summer Conference                      understanding of Microsoft Word and Excel is a must.
                                                                               Planning Committee (includes Campus Center Staff, Facilities Management,                             Candidate must be able to handle standard office
                                                                               Housekeeping, Public Safety, Dining Services, Tech Services, IT, Athletics,                          tasks and regularly perform light to heavy lifting.
                                                                               Residence Life). Aid Conference Assistants with day-to-day tasks. Facilitate daily                   Intern will maintain constant contact with students,
                                                                               staff scheduling in conjunction with Senior Conference Assistant. Assist with                        varied conference guests, faculty, staff, parents, and
                                                                               collection and preparation of conference details from groups and distribution of                     community members of all ages.
                                                                               information to members of Summer Conference Planning Committee. Work closely
                                                                               with Summer Housing Intern to coordinate staff to fulfill daily work needs. Meet with
                                                                               conference groups to assess on-campus needs both prior to and during their stay.
                                                                               Assist with housing needs for residential conference groups. (Most duties will be
                                                                               delegated to the Housing Intern who will help coordinate the Conference
                                                                               Assistants.) Plan and facilitate consistent team development with Conference
                                                                               Assistants. Assist with billing reports immediately following a conference departure
                                                                               based on groups facility usage, services required, supplies used, damages, etc.
                                                                               Document evaluation notes from student staff and conference planning group after
                                                                               events for inclusion in files; facilitate immediate reporting of problems with
                                                                               conference groups to the Assistant Directors, Director, etc. as appropriate.
Susquehanna   Summer Housing   PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.susqu.ed The Summer Housing Intern is expected to serve as a member of the Office of              1   Current    Must be a currently enrolled graduate student          05/19/2012     Somewhat
University    Intern                NJ, MD, DE, WV, u/offices/23349.asp Event Management. This position will experience a variety of components of                   Graduate   (Student Affairs program strongly preferred but not
                                    VA, DC )                            Summer Conference operations, primarily housing duties, but also other aspects of            Student    required). Experience in housing/residence life and/or
                                                                        the conference experience, including staff development, customer service, and                           summer conferences preferred but not required.
                                                                        collaborative teamwork with other campus departments. As opportunities arise for                        Experience managing others is required. Candidate
                                                                        involvement of the intern in other initiatives (campus center or areas of student life),                must be an able-bodied person as some physical
                                                                        those will be included in the experience. This position includes conference staff                       labor and some heavy lifting is required. The proven
                                                                        supervision and rotating, on-call responsibilities. Responsibilities include but are not                ability to foster a positive team environment strongly
                                                                        limited to: Supervise undergraduate Conference Assistants in conjunction with the                       desired. Candidate must be willing to learn quickly,
                                                                        Conference Coordinator Intern, including training, team building, scheduling, etc.                      able to rapidly problem-solve efficiently and
                                                                        Serve as a member of the Summer Conference Planning Committee (which                                    creatively, and ready to work irregular hours.
                                                                        includes Residence Life, Campus Center Staff, Facilities Management,                                    Candidate must be able to handle standard office
                                                                        Housekeeping, Public Safety, Dining Services, Tech Services, IT, Athletics).                            tasks and regularly perform light to heavy lifting.
                                                                        Manage housing from pre-arrival to post-checkout for residential conference groups                      Intern will maintain constant contact with students,
                                                                        in conjunction with Conference Assistants (including interaction with the client;                       varied conference guests, faculty, staff, parents, and
                                                                        processing room assignment data; reproducing housing information for conference                         community members of all ages.
                                                                        staff; supervision of check-in/check-out processes; monitor distribution and
                                                                        collection of residence hall keys; coordinate room re-keys with University locksmith;
                                                                        linen management; prepare housing billing report information immediately following
                                                                        each conference). Maintain regular contact with Facilities Management &
                                                                        Housekeeping Staff (facility conditions, room assignment data, room
                                                                        preparation/cleaning schedule, key inventory issues, etc.). Schedule Conference
                                                                        Assistants in coordination with Conference Coordinator Intern (including duty
                                                                        rotation, check-in/out coverage, building inventories, housing material preparation,
                                                                        housing material inventories, and linen management). Floor Plan
                                                                        creation/confirmation for each conference group (in collaboration with the group).
                                                                        Prepare key sign-out/in sheets based on floor plans. Re-prep keys between
                                                                        conferences (inventory, ordering missing keys, bill for keys lost, etc.). Re-prep
                                                                        access cards between conferences (card inventory, reporting missing cards to be
                                                                        deactivated, bill for cards lost, etc.). Prepare/recycle meal tags for each group (tag
                                                                        inventory, reporting missing tags, bill for tags lost, etc.). Organize all check-in and
                                                                        check-out procedures (set-up, physical presence, signage, etc.). Manage linen
                                                                        ordering/delivery schedule, plus supervise the distribution process. Plan and
                                                                        facilitate team development with Conference Assistants. Prepare housing billing
                                                                        reports immediately following a conference departure based on groups housing
                                                                        facility usage, damages, losses, etc. (provide backup information to group hosts).
Susquehanna   Summer Preview   PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.susqu.ed As a campus and office representative, the Summer Preview Graduate Coordinator 1             Current    Graduate intern applicants should be currently           05/21/2012   Yes
University    Coordinator           NJ, MD, DE, WV, u                   (referred to as the SPC, henceforth) position will work with the Assistant Dean and          Graduate   enrolled in a accredited program in College Student
                                    VA, DC )                            Director of First-Year Programs to design, coordinate and execute the Summer                 Student    Personnel, Higher Education Administration,
                                                                        Preview Programs held during June and July. The position also acts to welcome                           Counseling, or Leadership Development or related
                                                                        and introduce new students and their respective family members to Susquehanna                           fields. Ideally, candidate will have prior experience in
                                                                        University. The Summer Preview Graduate Coordinator will also work directly with                        the area of new student orientation or first-year
                                                                        the Summer Crew Leader team as a field supervisor and will develop and                                  experience programs. High degree of creativity and
                                                                        coordinate training, program supervision, and performance evaluation and                                initiative desired. Supervisory experience necessary
                                                                        feedback. The SPC will also direct and facilitate educational presentations as part of                  as well as experience in creating and managing
                                                                        the Summer Preview programs which provide perspective about college life and the                        database systems. Developed communication and
                                                                        SU campus while introducing information related to university academics, campus                         assertiveness skills. Demonstrated experience in
                                                                        resources, policies and procedures. In addition, the SPC will also aid in office                        working with student leaders with the capacity to train
                                                                        supervision and manage                                                                                  and evaluate student staff members. Ability to
                                                                        program registration, confirmations, evaluation and assessment during non-session                       balance role of supervisor and team leader.
                                                                        periods. Lastly, he or she will be involved in the development and coordination of                      Knowledge of student development best practices.
                                                                        projects and/or materials in preparation for the Fall Orientation and Welcome Week                      Ability to work independently, productively,
                                                                        programs as set forth by the Office of First-Year Programs and the Division of                          professionally and ability to self-supervise. Office
                                                                        Student Life. Position Responsibilities: Program Preparation and Oversight: The                         environment is very team-oriented and requires
                                                                        Summer Preview Graduate Coordinator will work directly with the Assistant Dean                          candidate to be out-going, possess a good sense of
                                                                        and Director of First-Year Programs to oversee, support and implement the Summer                        humor and take initiative in building relationships.
                                                                        Preview Programs which are one-day orientation events for incoming students and
                                                                        families. The SPC will assist in organizing and preparing materials which may
                                                                        include folder contents, signage, program schedules, rosters, etc. in advance of
Temple University     Orientation Intern   Pennsylv Region 8: ( PA, http://www.temple.e The Office of Orientation at Temple University invites applicants for the position of      2    Current    All applicants must be enrolled in a higher education 06/04/2012   Somewhat
                                           ania     NJ, MD, DE, WV, du/studentaffairs/ori Orientation Intern. The Orientation Interns will: coordinate the early arrival sessions,      Graduate   (or related field) graduate program. A successful
                                                    VA, DC )        entation/             serve as on-site managers for evening programming, coordinate the Parent                      Student    candidate will possess strong customer service and
                                                                                          Resource Fair, oversee check-in and check-out, assist with summer orientation                            communication skills, attention to detail, a positive
                                                                                          leader training and supervision, and help with the implementation of the New                             attitude, and the ability to work extended hours as
                                                                                          Student and Parent Orientation programs. In addition, the interns will also: serve as                    needed. The interns should be able to work in a fast
                                                                                          live-in professional staff members, participate in on-call duty during overnight                         paced environment with a diverse student staff and
                                                                                          orientations, and perform essential office duties.                                                       feel comfortable interacting with students and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   parents. Prior experience working in new student
                                                                                                                                                                                                   orientation or housing is preferred. The applicant
                                                                                                                                                                                                   must be able to live on-campus for the duration of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   internship.




The Richard           Orientation Intern   New       Region 8: ( PA, http://intraweb.stock This individual will be instrumental in the training and supervision of 20               1   Current    Applicants must be a registered graduate student in a 05-14-2012   Somewhat
Stockton College of                        Jersey    NJ, MD, DE, WV, ton.edu/eyos/page.c undergraduate Orientation Leaders (OLs). Training is a three day process involving             Graduate   recognized student affairs program entering their
New Jersey                                           VA, DC )        fm?siteID=197&pag team building, diversity training, leadership training, and academic registration                Student    second year. Applicants need not have orientation
                                                                     eID=5&layout=hp       training. The individual in this position will also assist with debriefing sessions with                experience, but have the drive and enthusiasm to
                                                                                           OLs at the end of each orientation session. Working side by side with                                   learn about the orientation process and how it relates
                                                                                           administration, this person will assist with traffic direction and welcoming guests,                    to the college experience. Stockton is specifically
                                                                                           promotion of the brand new 153,000 sq. ft. Campus Center, assessment and                                looking for a self motivated individual who is
                                                                                           maintaining a smooth orientation program. This position also holds the potential for                    responsible and able to think quick on his/her feet as
                                                                                           learning about large event programming through the development of our Fall                              well as work well with a large diverse group of
                                                                                           Welcome Week. Stockton offers many large scale events, bus trips, and an off-                           people.
                                                                                           campus adventure retreat that this person would help with planning. The Stockton
                                                                                           Orientation Adventure Retreat (S.O.A.R) takes place at an off-campus camp ground
                                                                                           at the end of August. This individual would help with the supervision of the Head
                                                                                           Mentors for this program, The Activity Leaders Of New Students (T.A.L.O.N.S.), as
                                                                                           well as with the event management of the 220 first year student participants.
                                                                                           Normal hours are approximately 8am-5pm Monday through Thursday and
                                                                                           Orientation days are 6:30am- 4pm. As a N.O.D.A. Intern at our institution there are
                                                                                           potentially other duties as assigned and opportunities as they arise. Most
                                                                                           importantly our N.O.D.A. intern must have a good sense of humor and be willing to
                                                                                           have FUN!
University of   Center for Student   PA   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.scranton. The Center for Student Engagement at The University of Scranton is seeking an           1    Current    Interns should be enrolled in a higher education (or   05/29/2012   Yes
Scranton        Engagement                NJ, MD, DE, WV, edu/orientation      intern for Summer 2012 to assist with work in 3 of the 4 functional areas of the             Graduate   similar) program and should have an interest in
                Summer Intern             VA, DC )                             Center; Orientation, Leadership Development and Programming. The Center                      Student    orientation, student activities, leadership
                                                                               encourages students to seek meaningful and purposeful involvement through                               development or residence life as a profession. He or
                                                                               leadership program, event planning, club and organization participation, and                            she should possess maturity, integrity,
                                                                               experiential learning opportunities that encourage students to become life-long                         professionalism, excellent communication and
                                                                               learners. Specifically, the intern will be responsible for:                                             organizational skills. Qualified candidates should be
                                                                                                                                                                                       able to work independently and collaboratively, as
                                                                                  Orientation:                                                                                         needed. The ability to work long hours with a positive
                                                                                  Assist in the training and supervision of the 3 undergraduate Orientation Team                       attitude is expected. Prior experience in advising or
                                                                                  Leaders and 50 Orientation Assistants.                                                               supervising students is desired. Experience in
                                                                                  Assist with planning, implementation and evaluation of 4 2-day summer orientation                    orientation programs, student activities, leadership
                                                                                  sessions for an incoming class of 1000 students and their guests.                                    programming or residence life is preferred.
                                                                                  Assist in the planning and organization of the Fall Welcome program; which
                                                                                  includes the first year common read program, new student convocation, new
                                                                                  student move in, and coordinating 450 undergraduate move-in volunteers.
                                                                                  Meet weekly with the director/assistant director.
                                                                                  Serve as a live in staff member in the residence halls.
                                                                                  Supervise evening activities during orientation sessions.
                                                                                  Assist with summer orientation assistant training.

                                                                                  Leadership Development:
                                                                                  Assist with curriculum development for the First Year Residential Experience
                                                                                  (FYRE) program, a first year residential community focused on leadership
                                                                                  development sponsored by the Center and the Office of Residence Life.
                                                                                  Plan the Class of 2016 Leadership Day.

                                                                                  Programming:
                                                                                  With the Assistant Director, plan the annual University of Scranton Programming
                                                                                  Board (USPB) summer retreat for the 22 members of USPB.

                                                                                  Assistance with additional projects is expected. Weekend and evening hours are
                                                                                  required.
University of   NODA Intern          DE   Region 8: ( PA, http://www.udel.edu/ Intern will assist the Program Coordinator and Director in supervising 2 Senior          1   Current    Intern should be a current graduate student who has 05/23/2011      Yes
Delaware                                  NJ, MD, DE, WV, students/nso         Leaders and up to 20 Orientation Leaders (OLs). Intern will assist with the                  Graduate   some experience with student affairs, particularly
                                          VA, DC )                             implementation and assessment of 20 one-day New Student Orientation (NSO)                    Student    orientation at a medium to large size university.
                                                                               sessions for freshman and transfer students, and will have some specific                                Attention to detail, ability to work in a highly
                                                                               responsibilities with the parent program during these events. This will include                         distracting environment, and sense of humor are a
                                                                               guidance and leadership for the assigned Parent OLs during each session and high                        plus. Must have some experience supervising
                                                                               interaction with parents and guests (UD welcomes over 5000 parents and guests                           undergraduate student leaders and be committed to
                                                                               each summer).                                                                                           learning more about orientation, student affairs, and
                                                                               Intern will also assist with the skill and leadership development of the OLs during                     themselves. The NSO Office at UD is young,
                                                                               retreat and training from June 8-June 18. Specific assignments/expectations will be                     enthusiastic, and evolving. The Intern should be an
                                                                               based on program needs and Intern areas of interest. Intern may also assist with                        asset to the University of Delaware's strategic plan,
                                                                               certain presentations during NSO for students and/or parents. Intern will support                       the Path to Prominence (tm).
                                                                               NSO Office Staff as needed. Intern will help plan the OL Banquet and will regularly
                                                                               conduct recognition and teamwork activities to maintain staff morale. Intern will have
                                                                               the opportunity to assist with the planning of Summit Outdoor Orientation and 1743
                                                                               Welcome Days programs.
                                                                               If available, the Intern is invited to join the NSO staff April 13-15, 2012 for the NODA
                                                                               Region 8 Conference, being hosted at the University of Delaware campus. Some
                                                                               travel expenses and accommodations will be provided.
                                                                               Although the Intern will live in the residence hall with the OLs, no supervisory
                                                                               expectations are required after hours.
University of         Summer Bridge        MD       Region 8: ( PA, http://www.umbc.ed Serving as a paraprofessional staff member in the Office of Undergraduate                 1   Current         Qualified candidates will have experience working        06/04/2012 or No
Maryland, Baltimore   Program Intern                NJ, MD, DE, WV, u                   Education, a department of ten                                                               Graduate        with student activities, orientation and/or residence    06/11/2012
County (UMBC)                                       VA, DC )                            professional staff, reporting through Academic Affairs, the intern will have the             Student         life. Skills or experience working with residential life TBD
                                                                                        chance to play a major role in what UMBC does best: retaining students through                               are particularly important due to the fact that the
                                                                                        specialized experiences. The intern, with the Program Coordinator, will co-lead a                            selected intern will live on campus with the CSI
                                                                                        summer bridge program entitled "Collegiate Success Institute" (CSI). The program                             students and serve in a residential life capacity.
                                                                                        serves 30-40 new UMBC students who, over the course of six weeks during the                                  Priority will be given to candidates who have
                                                                                        summer, are engaged in academic course work, university and career resource                                  previously worked with any type of summer bridge
                                                                                        exploration, community building and service learning. The intern will assist these                           program. Candidates should have experience
                                                                                        new students in discovering what it means to be a student at an Honors University.                           planning and implementing programs and have a
                                                                                        Main areas of responsibility for the intern will include: training and co-supervision of                     working knowledge of student development theory. A
                                                                                        two to three peer mentors/tutors, residential life oversight for CSI students and the                        developmental approach to student success is
                                                                                        coordination of several social and educational programs. The                                                 essential. We are looking for someone with clear and
                                                                                        programming opportunities include, but are not limited to the following: multicultural                       concise communication skills, strong interpersonal
                                                                                        workshops, a                                                                                                 skills, ability to balance multiple tasks, capacity to
                                                                                        low-ropes team-building excursion, visits to Baltimore and Washington DC, and                                take initiative and a desire to mentor new and
                                                                                        exploration of other local highlights. The intern will also help review, distribute and                      continuing undergraduate students.
                                                                                        evaluate assessment instruments for the program and utilize assessment results to
                                                                                        plan future summers. Highlights of this position include the opportunity to work
                                                                                        directly with faculty from multiple academic units, collaborate with academic
                                                                                        advising staff, campus offices and departments, strengthen developmental skills
                                                                                        and gain some budgeting experience. The NODA intern plays a vital role in the
                                                                                        implementation of the CSI program and
                                                                                        therefore will gain a wealth of hands-on experience with programs related to a new
                                                                                        student's orientation to the college experience. Additionally, the intern will have the
                                                                                        opportunity to observe orientation programs at UMBC (including academic advising)
University of the     Orientation Intern   Pennsylv Region 8: ( PA, http://www.uscience and potentially other institutions in the MD/DC area.ofArrangements can also be
                                                                                        The Orientation Intern will serve as an integral part the Student Life Orientation       1   Current         An earned bachelor's degree is required, and              05/15/2011   Yes
Sciences                                   ania     NJ, MD, DE, WV, s.edu               Team, including working all New Student Orientation events in June and the                   Graduate        enrollment in a Higher Education Administration,
                                                    VA, DC )                            Transfer Event in July. Intern will assist in the design, implementation and                 Student, Post   Student Affairs in Higher Education, or related
                                                                                        assessment of the overnight New Student Orientation program, and in the planning             Bachelor's      master's degree program is preferred. The ideal
                                                                                        of the Fall Welcome Week(end) program. The intern will assist in the supervision of          Degree - No     candidate will be an enthusiastic worker who thrives
                                                                                        the Head Orientation Leader, and in planning the Orientation Leader (OL) work days           Grad School     in a fast-paced, team environment, but is also equally
                                                                                        prior to the summer program. For the Parent Program that runs concurrent with the            Experience      able to take ownership of projects and tasks. A sense
                                                                                        first day of the New Student Orientation program, the intern will coordinate                                 of humor is also a must, and someone experienced
                                                                                        information sharing and assist with logistical aspects of the entire NSO program                             with high-achieving students is a plus. Experience
                                                                                        (such as meals and housing assignments). Opportunities will be presented                                     with Orientation or other related retention activities is
                                                                                        throughout the summer to learn more about the various functional areas in the                                preferred.
                                                                                        Division of Student Affairs.
Bard College         Orientation       NY   Region 9: ( NY,     http://inside.bard.ed Intern will work with members of the Dean of Student Affairs office to organize all      1          Current    Ideal candidate will be in a graduate program for      06/25/2012   Somewhat
                     Assistant              VT, NH, ME,         u/doso/               aspects of the Orientation Program for incoming first years. From social                            Graduate   higher education/student affairs/counseling. Must
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,                            programming, opening day logistics, educational programming,and peer counselor                      Student    have
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                           training to set-up logistics, events contracts and social media upkeep. Our program                            experience organizing programming and be willing to
                                            Int'l (other than                         is unique in that it runs concurrent with a 3 week intensive course that all first years                       do whatever it takes to get an event off the ground.
                                            Canadian) )                               are required to take.                                                                                          Previous experience in orientation great, but not a
                                                                                      Navigating around that schedule, we plan social and educational activities that help                           must. Experience with a small liberal arts college
                                                                                      orient the students to                                                                                         would also be fantastic. Interest/experience in social
                                                                                      campus. We do not have traditional orientation leaders; instead we work with our                               media would be great.
                                                                                      residence life
                                                                                      para-professional staff to create programs. Our ideal candidate will be able to think
                                                                                      clearly on their feet and work within a less rigid environment. Bard is a quirky place,
                                                                                      and we're looking for people who are excited about working with students that are a
                                                                                      bit left of center. Recent orientation events include firewalking, a circus sideshow,
                                                                                      gender-bending workshop, sub-free craft nights, art shows, dance improv, renegade
                                                                                      punk rock shows, etc. Our students do not fit into any mold, and we need an intern
                                                                                      who doesn't realize there is even a box to fit into. There is a lot of freedom in this
                                                                                      position and there are no bad ideas. Ideal candidate will need to work independently
                                                                                      and will not need constant supervision. You will need a car to get around campus
                                                                                      and the area - there is no public transportation.


Bentley University   Orientation       MA   Region 9: ( NY,                           Bentley University is seeking three high energy, self-motivated and school spirited         Three   Current    Qualified candidates will have completed one year of 5/28/2012      Somewhat
                     Graduate Intern        VT, NH, ME,                               interns to each directly supervise a group of 12-15 orientation leaders, 1 head                     Graduate   a Master's program and be comfortable leading
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,                            orientation leader, and 160 incoming students for two, 3-day sessions. The Interns                  Student    presentations, embracing a new community and
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                           will also take the lead in targeted training sessions for the OL's prior to the start of                       supervising students.
                                            Int'l (other than                         orientation. In addition, Interns will be an integral part of the Orientation Central Staff
                                            Canadian) )                               and will be the creative force in one of the following additional areas; assessment,
                                                                                      field games or opening/closing ceremonies. (Please include in your application
                                                                                      which additional area out of the three above you are interested in overseeing.)

                                                                                      Assessment: This intern will work collaboratively with the Assistant Director of
                                                                                      Student Activities to create and administer various assessment tools for our
                                                                                      orientation leader trainings and orientation sessions. This intern will also be
                                                                                      responsible for collecting and analyzing the data obtained from the various
                                                                                      assessments. It will be essential to correlate the assessments with our student
                                                                                      learning outcomes.

                                                                                      Field games: This intern will work collaboratively with a member of the Orientation
                                                                                      Central Staff to create a large scale event that will be hosted during the Orientation
                                                                                      Sessions. This event in the past has been a mixture of interactive physical and
                                                                                      mental games implemented to foster a sense of pride in the Bentley University
                                                                                      community and provide an opportunity for our incoming students to get to know
                                                                                      many different people and participate in a fun and competitive night of activities!
                                                                                      This intern will also work with members of the athletic department to reserve space
Binghamton          NODA Intern(s)    New York Region 9: ( NY,      http://orientation.bin The NODA Intern will be responsible for assisting with all areas of student and        2   Current         Applicants will ideally be matriculated graduate        05/20/2012   Yes
University                                     VT, NH, ME,          ghamton.edu            family Orientation programs including check-in, meals, academic sessions, Late             Graduate        students with experience in a higher education
                                               MA,CT, RI, QC,                              Nite Binghamton, and course registration. This includes assisting with the                 Student, Post   setting. We are seeking applicants with excellent oral
                                               NB, NS, NF, PE,                             supervision of 20 undergraduate student Orientation Advisors and 10 undergraduate          Bachelor's      and written communication skills who can
                                               Int'l (other than                           student Summer Staff workers. The NODA Intern will also assist with the                    Degree - No     communicate with a diverse group of students and
                                               Canadian) )                                 coordination and implementation of a three-day off-site retreat and a five-week            Grad School     family members. Applicants should have excellent
                                                                                           training program, including specifically developing training sessions. This individual     Experience      problem-solving and interpersonal skills as well as
                                                                                           will also respond to email and phone inquiries from new students and family                                being flexible in meeting institutional changing needs.
                                                                                           members and input information into the orientation registration system. This person                        Applicants must be able to work interdependently
                                                                                           will also participate in Residential Area duty coverage. The NODA Intern will also                         within a team atmosphere. We are seeking
                                                                                           develop publications and maintain the Orientation website. NODA intern will have                           applicants with an understanding of new student and
                                                                                           the opportunity to tailor the internship to fit their professional development goals.                      family development and transition. Must be proficient
                                                                                           The NODA Intern will work on a professional team which includes the Assistant                              in standard office applications (word, excel,
                                                                                           Director, Coordinator, Administrative staff, and Residence Director. This individual                       PowerPoint, etc). Previous supervisory experience is
                                                                                           will also develop professional relationships with offices and individuals across the                       preferred.
                                                                                           Binghamton University campus.




Bridgewater State   Summer Orientation MA       Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.bridgew. The NODA Intern is an important member of our professional orientation staff within 1         Current         Graduate student only.                                  05/16/2012   Somewhat
Univeristy          Residential                 VT, NH, ME,         edu/                the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership. This position plays an integral             Graduate        Sensitivity to the needs of all prospective students
                    Coordinator                 MA,CT, RI, QC,                          role in the coordination and success of summer orientation programs. The NODA                 Student         and the ability to communicate effectively with
                                                NB, NS, NF, PE,                         intern will assist with all aspects of New Student Orientation including First Year                           students, parents, and University faculty and staff.
                                                Int'l (other than                       Orientation (six two-day sessions), Transfer Orientation (two one-day sessions) and                           Must be a team player and able to multi-task.
                                                Canadian) )                             the Fall Welcome Week program.                                                                                Excellent oral and written communication skills and
                                                                                        The NODA intern will be directly responsible for: serving as a live-in professional                           demonstrated leadership capabilities. Must be able to
                                                                                        staff member in the orientation residence hall; serving as a liason between the                               work long hours in both inside and outside conditions
                                                                                        Office of Student Involvement and                                                                             and be able to carry 30 lbs. unassisted.
                                                                                        Leadership and the Office of Residence Life and Housing; responding to orientation                            Valid driver's license required. Previous experience in
                                                                                        related emergencies                                                                                           residence life, student activities, or admissions is
                                                                                        within the residence hall; supervising the Orientation Leader team (approximately 31                          preferred. Previous experience with Orientation
                                                                                        students) in the residence hall; planning, implementing, and supervising evening                              programs is a plus. A positive/fun attitude is also
                                                                                        activities during New Student Orientation sessions;coordinating Orientation Leader                            a huge plus.
                                                                                        duty rotations; supervising residence hall check-in and check-out; and assisting with
                                                                                        the registration process during each session. Additionally, the intern will assist with:
                                                                                        Orientation Leader training, assignments, and supervision; coordinating small group
                                                                                        room assignments, motivating and recognizing staff, and performing other duties as
                                                                                        assigned. Assistance with special projects is expected. The intern is encouraged to
                                                                                        express desired areas for professional development throughout the internship
                                                                                        experience.
Cayuga Community     Orientation online   New York Region 9: ( NY,                           Will assist and support efforts to build an online video and informative orientation      1   Current         Interested candidates need to have prior experience   6/4/12       Yes
College              media coordinator             VT, NH, ME,                               program for incoming students.                                                                Graduate        working in the orientation field within Higher
                                                   MA,CT, RI, QC,                                                                                                                          Student, Post   Education of some capacity. Master's degree or
                                                   NB, NS, NF, PE,                            Will also assist with the development and implementation of two campuses                     Bachelor's      student pursuing Master's preferred. Strong online
                                                   Int'l (other than                         orientation programs scheduled for August 2012. Efforts will also include the                 Degree - No     computer background and familiarity with Mac
                                                   Canadian) )                               coordination of faculty and staff facilitators                                                Grad School     computers. Video editing experience required.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Experience




Cornell University   New Student       NY           Region 9: ( NY,     http://newstudentpr Cornell University runs a five day August Orientation program that serves 3,250 first 2        Current         Must be hard-working and independent. Strong          06/18/2012   Yes
                     Programs Graduate              VT, NH, ME,         ograms.cornell.edu year students and 600 transfer students. Between 500-600 student volunteers                     Graduate        written and oral communication skills required.
                     Student Intern                 MA,CT, RI, QC,                          serve as Orientation Leaders and support our new students' arrival on campus. Our              Student, Post   Experience
                                                    NB, NS, NF, PE,                         office plans and supports over 200 events during Orientation, working closely with             Bachelor's      working with a week long Orientation Programs
                                                    Int'l (other than                       many university units, including our seven undergraduate schools and colleges.                 Degree - No     and/or event planning preferred. Must be able to work
                                                    Canadian) )                                                                                                                            Grad School     closely
                                                                                             Both intern positions will provide coordination and support for all aspects of the            Experience      and support a wide variety of constituents across
                                                                                             August Orientation Program. This will include many of the logistics related to                                campus.
                                                                                             Orientation including event support, logistics, support of Orientation Volunteers, and
                                                                                             Move-In Day, etc. Both interns will respond to questions from new students and
                                                                                             parents throughout the summer as well as provide assistance for New Student
                                                                                             Convocation, the New Student Reading Project, the Presidents Reception, and
                                                                                             other campus-wide initiatives during Orientation.

                                                                                             One intern position will specifically focus on the Transfer Student Orientation
                                                                                             Program. He/she will be responsible for developing a comprehensive Transfer
                                                                                             Orientation Program in conjunction with the Orientation Steering Committee (the 14
                                                                                             member student Orientation Planning Board). The intern will create and execute
                                                                                             several Transfer Orientation Events. In addition, he/she will develop Transfer
                                                                                             Orientation Leader Training for our 60+ Transfer Student Orientation Volunteers.

                                                                                             The second intern's main responsibilities will be focused on Volunteer Support and
                                                                                             Development. In this role, the intern will we responsible for all communications with
                                                                                             our Orientation Volunteers during the summer. They will answer questions from
                                                                                             volunteers and be responsible for logistical support of volunteers. Finally, the intern
                                                                                             will create a comprehensive Volunteer Development program designed to ensure
Hofstra University   Summer NODA          NY   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.hofstra.e Hofstra University runs 8, 3-day, 2-night orientation sessions throughout the             1   Current    We are seeking candidates enrolled in a graduate      05/22/2012   No
                     Intern                    VT, NH, ME,         du/orientation       summer for new first-year students. The intern positions require approximately 30             Graduate   program, preferably in Higher Education
                                               MA,CT, RI, QC,                           hours per week of office hours, in addition to attendance at all evening orientation          Student    Administration, Student Affairs or Counseling. The
                                               NB, NS, NF, PE,                          events. The interns are responsible for supervision of staff and the overall program                     candidate should have experience with diversity
                                               Int'l (other than                        during after-office hours. General responsibilities include, but are not limited to:                     training, conflict resolution and programming to
                                               Canadian) )                              providing personal help to new students and families; implementing evening                               college-aged students in both workshop and large
                                                                                        programs for new students; informing students of and referring students to                               group format. Experience as an RA, RD and/or
                                                                                        appropriate resources; maintaining a safe and orderly environment; explaining and                        Orientation leader is a plus. Must be proficient in
                                                                                        enforcing University rules and regulations; ordering and maintaining food orders for                     Microsoft Office Suite and desktop publishing.
                                                                                        the program and other duties as assigned. Interns are required to live in housing
                                                                                        provided. Interns will be on call and on duty in the residence hall. Intern will actively
                                                                                        assist in training Orientation staff and providing support for the Assistant Director of
                                                                                        Student Leadership and Activities. Intern will also be the point person for all evening
                                                                                        programming and will assist with room request set-ups during the day program as
                                                                                        needed.




Ithaca College       Director of First-   NY   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.ithaca.ed The NODA internship has been designed to give the individual a well-rounded,          1       Current    Interested candidates should have completed at least May 18        Somewhat
                     Year Experience           VT, NH, ME,         u/fye                comprehensive orientation experience with a strong focus on housing logistics and             Graduate   two semesters of graduate school. The successful
                                               MA,CT, RI, QC,                           student interaction. The work environment is team oriented, hard working, and fun!            Student    candidate should be creative, show strong attention
                                               NB, NS, NF, PE,                          The graduate intern will serve as an integral part of the orientation team supervised                    to detail, take initiative with projects, have experience
                                               Int'l (other than                        directly by the Director of First-Year Experience. The members of this team include                      supervising college students in a supportive
                                               Canadian) )                              the NODA Intern, a current IC Residence Director, First-Year Experience Programs                         environment, and balance having fun with their work
                                                                                        Coordinator, First-Year Experience Administrative Assistant, and the Director.                           while maintaining a professional reputation. We are
                                                                                                                                                                                                 seeking a flexible, dependable, and hardworking
                                                                                         Ithaca College hosts a 2-day transfer session and six 2-day summer orientation                          individual who is able to handle multiple tasks, has
                                                                                         sessions between June and July for first-year students and their family members.                        stamina for the long (but fun) hours of orientation,
                                                                                         The NODA Intern and Ithaca College RD will work together to manage the major job                        can communicate clearly, and has a sincere interest
                                                                                         components include (but are not limited to) below:                                                      in assisting new students and their family members
                                                                                                                                                                                                 as they transition to college.
                                                                                         Assist in the creation and execution of a 2-week comprehensive training program for
                                                                                         Orientation Leaders.

                                                                                         Co-supervise the Orientation Leaders (approximately 20-22 students) during their
                                                                                         time on campus with a strong focus on building, motivating, and maintaining the
                                                                                         team.

                                                                                         Coordinate all housing assignments for the Orientation Leaders, orientation
                                                                                         students, and families needing housing during sessions with the Summer Housing
                                                                                         Office.

                                                                                         Assist with planning and coordinating the summer orientation sessions which
                                                                                         includes, but is not limited to, serving as a liaison with housekeeping and
                                                                                         maintenance, overseeing the Orientation Office, and managing the on-call duty
                                                                                         schedule for Orientation Leaders.

                                                                                         Serve as an on-call resource for the Orientation Leaders during each session.

                                                                                         Meet with the orientation staff regularly to discuss issues that arise during
                                                                                         orientation.

                                                                                         Have the opportunity to present during orientation sessions.
Johnson & Wales   Orientation         RI   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.jwu.edu/ Supervise 5 Orientation Assistants who work behind the scenes and with the          1   Current         Previous orientation experience a plus. Preference    05/21/2012   No
University -      Operations Intern        VT, NH, ME,         prov/orientation    parents in person, over the phone and email. Trouble-shoot registration issues          Graduate        given to candidates with administrative experience.
Providence Campus                          MA,CT, RI, QC,                          during the registration process (before the start of orientation) and on day one of     Student, Post   Event planning experience is helpful. Must have
                                           NB, NS, NF, PE,                         orientation. Serve on On-Call rotation (includes occasional Sundays). Do room set-      Bachelor's      ability to multi-task. Must be good with computer
                                           Int'l (other than                       ups as needed. Assist with all aspects of the program behind the scenes. Be tech        Degree - No     applications such as MS Word & Excel. Must have
                                           Canadian) )                             savvy (experience with MS Office & VZ Orientation is a plus). Communicate               Grad School     excellent customer service ability and maintain a
                                                                                   regularly with other offices on campus (Res. Life, Financial & Academic Services).      Experience      calm composure during times of stress.
                                                                                   Assist with online registration processes. Possess customer service skills. Possess
                                                                                   ability to multi-task. Demonstrate problem solving skills. Be able to work well
                                                                                   autonomously while program is in session. Fill-in for professional staff in their
                                                                                   absence.




Johnson & Wales   Orientation Student RI   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.jwu.edu/ Mentor/Supervise Orientation Leaders. Perform some light office tasks.              1   Current         Event planning and event management experience a 05/21/2011        No
University-       Programs Intern          VT, NH, ME,         prov/orientation    Demonstrate an interest in taking initiative. Assist with and develop training          Graduate        plus. Preference given to candidates who have
Providence Campus                          MA,CT, RI, QC,                          components for 30 Orientation Leaders and 5 Orientation Assistants. Facilitate o-       Student         previous orientation experience with a similar two-day
                                           NB, NS, NF, PE,                         team trainings. Facilitate Late-Night programs for new students. Serve as NODA                          summer program. Must have ability to multi-task.
                                           Int'l (other than                       Intern On-Call for three or four sessions over the summer (includes occasional                          Must have a lot of energy to sustain throughout each
                                           Canadian) )                             Sunday evenings). Think on feet and be flexible. Organize large groups of students.                     two-day program. Must have excellent customer
                                                                                   Be able to resolve conflicts, especially as they arise between staff members.                           service ability and maintain a calm composure during
                                                                                   Possess the ability to motivate others. Understand the mission of orientation                           times of stress.
                                                                                   programs. All NODA interns are expected to work 8:30am-4:30pm on non-session
                                                                                   days, 7am-7pm on Mondays and Thursdays during session, and 7am-6pm on
                                                                                   Tuesdays and Fridays during session. On-call responsibilities exceed these hours,
                                                                                   but are shared between three interns.
Johnson & Wales   Parent Programs   RI   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.jwu.edu/ Perform general office tasks. Assist with Parent registration. Troubleshoot parent   1    Current    Experience working with parents a plus. Experience 05/21/2012        No
University-       Intern                 VT, NH, ME,         prov/orientation    issues. Co-facilitate Parent Orientation Program. Serve as NODA Intern On-Call for        Graduate   working with a summer orientation program of similar
Providence Campus                        MA,CT, RI, QC,                          three or four sessions over the summer (includes occasional Sunday evenings).             Student    size and structure a plus. Must be an effective
                                         NB, NS, NF, PE,                         Must learn all university policies & practices. Create and present interest sessions                 communicator, manage undergraduates and exhibit
                                         Int'l (other than                       for parents. Assist with the supervision of orientation student staff. Assist with                   leadership qualities. Ability to respond to parent
                                         Canadian) )                             facility set-ups as required. All NODA interns are expected to work 8:30am-4:30pm                    inquiries and facilitate responses.
                                                                                 on non-session days, 7am-7pm on Mondays and Thursdays during session, and
                                                                                 7am-6pm on Tuesdays and Fridays during session. On-call responsibilities exceed
                                                                                 these hours, but are shared between three interns.




Northeastern      Orientation       MA   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.northeas The Northeastern University Office of New Student Orientation and Parent              2   Current    Current Graduate Student. Student development           05/13/2012   No
University        Coordinator            VT, NH, ME,         tern.edu/orientation Programs has two                                                                         Graduate   focused, looking to gain hands-on experience in
                                         MA,CT, RI, QC,                           Orientation Coordinator positions available for the summer of 2012. The two              Student    supervising and mentoring student leaders.
                                         NB, NS, NF, PE,                          Orientation Coordinators (OCs)                                                                      Demonstrate strong supervision and leadership skills
                                         Int'l (other than                        will be responsible for assisting in the management and implementation of the                       as well as strong communication and interpersonal
                                         Canadian) )                              orientation programs. The OCs                                                                       skills. Excellent time management and organizational
                                                                                  will work directly with the Associate Director of New Student Orientation to provide                skills. Ability to self-supervise and demonstrate
                                                                                  training, supervision, and evaluation for the orientation staff of 32 students.                     initiative. Ability to work in a fast paced environment
                                                                                  Responsibilities Orientation Leader Supervision: Serve as co-supervisor to 30                       and deal with conflict professionally. Strong team
                                                                                  Orientation Leaders and 2 Student Coordinators. Co-facilitate Orientation Leader                    player with some experience with team building
                                                                                  staff meetings. In consultation with the Associate Director, address job performance                activities.
                                                                                  when appropriate. Conduct one on one meetings with Orientation Leaders
                                                                                  Orientation Leader Training: Assist in the development and implementation of
                                                                                  Orientation Leader training, which will focus on OL job responsibilities, university
                                                                                  policies and procedures, staff development and team building. Facilitate activities,
                                                                                  seminars, and workshops during
                                                                                  Orientation Leader summer training weeks. Provide on-going resources, trainings,
                                                                                  and feedback to Orientation Leaders. Assist in the development and facilitation of
                                                                                  Summer Orientation Staff development and social activities. Summer Orientation
Pace University -   Orientation           NY       Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.pace/edu We hire a total of four Orientation Coordinators, but we have 1-2 positions available 1-2    Current    Required qualifications include:                      05/14/2012       No
Pleasantville       Coordinator                    VT, NH, ME,         /sdca               specifically to NODA intern applicants. Two Coordinators oversee our student                 Graduate   Must be a currently registered graduate student
                                                   MA,CT, RI, QC,                          program, one Coordinator oversees our family program, and one Coordinator                    Student    Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA and have no current
                                                   NB, NS, NF, PE,                         oversees our youth program and assists with office staff. For information on specific                   judicial sanctions (at the time of application)
                                                   Int'l (other than                       position roles, please visit http://www.pace.edu/student-development-plv/orientation-                   Available to attend all summer orientation
                                                   Canadian) )                             staff/info. General expectations for all Coordinators include the following:                            sessions/trainings
                                                                                           Work closely and cooperate with other Orientation Leaders and Orientation Staff to                      Coordinators will remain in residence in the specific
                                                                                           develop, prepare, implement, and evaluate the Orientation programs                                      facilities provided during the duration of the
                                                                                           Coordinate and oversee training for all Orientation Leaders, including assistance                       commitment
                                                                                           with training trips and activities                                                                      May not accept additional employment or classes of
                                                                                           Provide administrative support including preparation of Orientation materials and                       any kind during the duration of the commitment
                                                                                           general office tasks                                                                                    Prior Orientation or large scale programming
                                                                                           Serve as a positive representative of the University to new students and their                          experience
                                                                                           parents families                                                                                        Supervision and/or program coordination experience
                                                                                           Actively engage with new students and families during sessions, meals, and
                                                                                           evening activities                                                                                      Must possess good communication skills, both
                                                                                           Supervise activities while living among new students attending Orientation                              written and oral
                                                                                           sessions                                                                                                Must possess excellent organization / administrative
                                                                                           Exercise open mindedness and be willing to step outside of comfort zone                                 skills
                                                                                           Demonstrate a desire to learn about the Universitys people, community, programs,                        Demonstrate flexibility, responsibility and willingness
                                                                                           policies and procedures                                                                                 to assist others
                                                                                           Monitor, process, and prepare registration information using office database with                       Comfortable with speaking publicly in front of groups
                                                                                           supervisor (s)                                                                                          of people, both small and large
                                                                                           Assist with the direction of Realities (orientation skits)
                                                                                           Assist with room assignments and Orientation check-in and check-out processes                           Preferred Qualifications
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior budgeting experience (programmatic budgetary
                                                                                                                                                                                                   preferred)
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ability to lead training sessions (focus on community
                                                                                                                                                                                                   building, transferable skills, leadership, diversity,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   etc)
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ability to handle and respond to crisis/emergency
                                                                                                                                                                                                   situations
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Incorporate constructive and effective interpersonal
                                                                                                                                                                                                   skills with the ability to work with diverse groups of
                                                                                                                                                                                                   people
Roger Williams      Graduate Intern for   Rhode    Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.rwu.edu/ JOB SUMMARY: The Orientation Graduate Intern will assist the Assistant Director          1   Current    Candidate must have the following qualifications:         05/14/2012   Somewhat
University          New Student and       Island   VT, NH, ME,         orientation         of Student Programs &                                                                        Graduate   Must be currently enrolled in a Student Affairs
                    Family Orientation             MA,CT, RI, QC,                          Leadership in program implementation including working with various campus                   Student    Graduate
                                                   NB, NS, NF, PE,                         offices to provide logistical support for the program. This person will assist in the                   program at an accredited institution; proficient in
                                                   Int'l (other than                       supervision of the 42 undergraduate Orientation Advisors and 3 undergraduate                            Survey Monkey and Microsoft Office, including
                                                   Canadian) )                             Senior Staff members and help with the coordination and facilitation of student                         Word,
                                                                                           staff training and evaluation. Responsibilities also include working with the staff on                  Excel, Publisher, and Access; excellent interpersonal
                                                                                           the department website and other technology related initiatives. During the                             skills with students, faculty, administrators and
                                                                                           Orientation program, the intern will serve as a member of the professional staff and                    parents; excellent organizational skills; ability to work
                                                                                           respond to student and family inquiries and concerns. DUTIES &                                          independently, meet deadlines and prioritize multiple
                                                                                           RESPONSIBILITIES: Candidates must be able to do the following: Maintain the                             assignments; excellent oral and written
                                                                                           confidentiality of all Department and University information, shared supervision of                     communication skills; flexibility and ability to work
                                                                                           Senior Staff and Orientation Advisors, participate in all of Orientation Advisor                        well in a fast paced environment; must perform duties
                                                                                           training, help in the assessment of Orientation training and sessions, attend and                       with professionalism, which includes relating to
                                                                                           work all Orientation Sessions, and other duties as assigned.                                            others in a courteous, cooperative, sensitive, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   congenial manner.
Salem State           Orientation          MA   Region 9: ( NY,     https://www.salemst The NODA intern will be a member of our professional orientation staff. As a              1   Current    The Intern must be currently enrolled in a higher       05/23/2012   Somewhat
University            Assistant                 VT, NH, ME,         ate.edu             professional staff member she/he will be expected to attend and work all orientation          Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
                                                MA,CT, RI, QC,                          sessions. She/He will assist with the training of our Orientation leaders and facilitate      Student    demonstrate an interest in student affairs as a
                                                NB, NS, NF, PE,                         some of the training sessions. She/He will assist with the planning, implementation,                     profession. She/He must have excellent
                                                Int'l (other than                       and evaluation of all orientation programs; including transfer, first year, and families.                communication skills, be detail-orientated, able to
                                                Canadian) )                             For every first year orientation program there is night time events that occur. The                      work in a fast paced environment and be able to multi-
                                                                                        intern will be responsible for planning and supervising these events during the first-                   task in this environment, have a positive outlook, able
                                                                                        year orientation sessions. The NODA intern will also be responsible for all of the                       to problem solve, be comfortable with confronting
                                                                                        operations during Orientation and will oversee the student employee who is                               difficult situations, and a willingness to learn.
                                                                                        responsible for completing set-ups for this campus program.


State University of   Orientation Intern   NY   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.potsdam. The graduate intern is responsible for assisting the director in coordinating         1       Current    Professional office skills a must. Past experience in 05/29/2012     Somewhat
New York at           Assistant                 VT, NH, ME,         edu/support/firstyea leadership training for the orientation team of 14 undergraduate Orientation Leaders         Graduate   student/academic affairs is beneficial. Computer
Potsdam                                         MA,CT, RI, QC,      r/index.cfm          and overseeing basic office tasks in relation to the summer orientation program..            Student    skills a must (i.e. Microsoft Word Suite Experience,
                                                NB, NS, NF, PE,                          The intern will help supervise the orientation staff, work directly with incoming                       Facebook, etc.) Academic advising experience is
                                                Int'l (other than                        students and their family members, as well as assist with the overall logistics of                      preferable, but not absolutely necessary. Orientation
                                                Canadian) )                              running an orientation program prior to, during, and after the summer sessions end.                     experience and supervisory skills are also preferred,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 but not necessary.




Stony Brook           NODA Intern          NY   Region 9: ( NY,     http://studentaffairs. The NODA intern will share responsibility for training and supervising approximately 1     Current    Applicants should be passionate about working with 05/19/2012        Somewhat
University                                      VT, NH, ME,         stonybrook.edu/orie 50 Orientation Leaders (OLs) alongside four professional staff members. This                  Graduate   new students and their families and possess a desire
                                                MA,CT, RI, QC,      ntation/index.shtml includes assisting in the implementation of three weeks of training, creating daily           Student    to work with diverse populations. Prior experience
                                                NB, NS, NF, PE,                            work schedules for OLs, evaluating OL performance throughout the summer, and                          with orientation programs is preferred but not
                                                Int'l (other than                          planning both a mid-summer retreat and community building excursions.                                 required. Strong communication skills are necessary,
                                                Canadian) )                                                                                                                                      including both public speaking skills and
                                                                                         The NODA Intern will have the opportunity to assist in finalizing & implementing 15                     interpersonal communication skills. Additional
                                                                                         one-day first-year orientation sessions and 12 half-day transfer student orientation                    desirable qualities include willingness to learn, be
                                                                                         sessions as well as the corresponding parent & family programs. During the                              flexible, and think quickly on your feet. Energy and
                                                                                         summer, we will welcome approximately 2,600 first-year students and 1,200 transfer                      stamina for the long hours of orientation will be
                                                                                         students to campus. The NODA interns primary responsibility will focus on the day                       necessary. A positive attitude, sense of humor, and
                                                                                         to day implementation of the student portion of the program.                                            professionalism are all highly desired. The intern
                                                                                                                                                                                                 should also be adept at community building as it is
                                                                                         As a member of the Student Orientation and Family Programs team, the NODA                               integral to the Stony Brook Orientation Leader
                                                                                         intern will work collaboratively with campus offices during orientation including                       experience. Prior experience with Microsoft Word,
                                                                                         Academic Advising, Undergraduate Colleges, Registrar, and Admissions as well as                         Excel, Publisher and Powerpoint would be beneficial.
                                                                                         faculty from a variety of academic disciplines. Professional staff will also work with
                                                                                         the NODA intern to determine other areas of interest.
Suffolk University   New Student          Massach Region 9: ( NY,      http://www.suffolk.e The Graduate Intern for New Student Orientation serves as an integral part of the        1   Current    Understanding of and appreciation for the role of     05/14/2012     Somewhat
                     Orientation Intern   usetts  VT, NH, ME,          du/campuslife/188.h Orientation Team to design, implement, and assess 5 two-day first-year orientation            Graduate   orientation and family programs in fulfilling the
                                                  MA,CT, RI, QC,       tml                  programs and 1 one-day transfer orientation program. (All programs also offer an             Student    mission of the University. Excellent communication
                                                  NB, NS, NF, PE,                           early arrival option.) Specific responsibilities include staff supervision (shared with                 and interpersonal skills as well as strong time
                                                  Int'l (other than                         Family Orientation intern), community building initiatives, administrative work and                     management, stress management and conflict
                                                  Canadian) )                               the coordination of the early arrival program. Post orientation responsibilities include                resolution skills required. Prior experience with
                                                                                            coordinating evaluation and assessment efforts for summer orientation, assessment                       orientation programs, supervision, training, and/or
                                                                                            and feedback on Orientation Leader performance, and planning for August                                 assessment preferred. Ability to be flexible and
                                                                                            Orientation Sessions.                                                                                   quickly adapt to working in a supportive and
                                                                                                                                                                                                    challenging, fast-paced environment and a sense of
                                                                                                                                                                                                    humor. An excellent opportunity for an emerging
                                                                                                                                                                                                    professional to work in an exciting urban environment
                                                                                                                                                                                                    with supportive colleagues, motivated student
                                                                                                                                                                                                    leaders, and a diverse student population.



Suffolk University   Family Orientation   Massach Region 9: ( NY,      http://www.suffolk.e The Graduate Intern for Family Orientation serves as an integral part of the             1   Current    Understanding and appreciation for the role of          05/14/2012   Somewhat
                     Intern               usetts  VT, NH, ME,          du/campuslife/188.h Orientation Team to design, implement, and assess six family orientation programs             Graduate   orientation and family programs in fulfilling the
                                                  MA,CT, RI, QC,       tml                  for families of first-year students. The intern works closely with the Assistant Dean of     Student    mission of the University. Excellent communication
                                                  NB, NS, NF, PE,                           Students and participates in upper level administration meetings. Specific                              and interpersonal skills as well as strong time
                                                  Int'l (other than                         responsibilities include onsite event management of the two-day family orientation                      management, stress
                                                  Canadian) )                               programs, and the direct supervision of one undergraduate Orientation Leader. The                       management, and conflict resolution skills required.
                                                                                            Graduate Intern for Family Orientation also shares responsibilities with the New                        Prior full-time, professional employment and
                                                                                            Student Orientation Intern in the supervision of the undergraduate orientation staff,                   experience (either professionally or as a student) with
                                                                                            and the coordination of the early arrival program. The intern will assist with evening                  families of first-year students, orientation programs,
                                                                                            student programming, and assist with one 1-day transfer orientation. Post                               supervision, training, and/or assessment preferred.
                                                                                            orientation responsibilities include coordinating evaluation and assessment efforts                     Ability to work in a supportive and challenging, fast-
                                                                                            for family orientation and assessment and feedback on Orientation Leader                                paced environment and a sense of humor. An
                                                                                            performance.                                                                                            excellent opportunity for a graduate student to work
                                                                                                                                                                                                    in an exciting urban environment with supportive
                                                                                                                                                                                                    colleagues, motivated student leaders, and a diverse
                                                                                                                                                                                                    student population.



SUNY Cortland        Orientation          NY       Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.cortland. This position plays an integral role in the functioning of the Advisement and         1      Current    The ideal candidate will possess good organizational 05/21/2012      Somewhat
                     Assistant Supervisor          VT, NH, ME,         edu/advisement       Transition Office for the summer. The intern will be responsible for developing              Graduate   skills, creativity, energy, a positive attitude, the desire
                                                   MA,CT, RI, QC,                           Orientation Assistant (OA) training, organizing a training manual, and serving as the        Student    to learn, and the ability to work independently as well
                                                   NB, NS, NF, PE,                          direct supervisor of approximately 23 OAs throughout Orientation. The intern will                       as part of a team. Ability to effectively problem solve,
                                                   Int'l (other than                        serve as a member of the Advisement and Transition staff and aid in the final                           flexibility, and a sense of humor are also desirable.
                                                   Canadian) )                              preparations for summer Orientation. SUNY Cortland runs five, day and a half long,                      Previous supervisory and/or leadership experience
                                                                                            Orientation sessions for first year students and four, one-day, Transition Seminars                     helpful.
                                                                                            for transfer students. A concurrent Parent and Guest Orientation is also offered. The
                                                                                            intern will
                                                                                            have the opportunity to participate in many different aspects of the Orientation
                                                                                            program including check-in
                                                                                            procedures,session coordination and presentation, and the development of
                                                                                            Orientation student life skits. This
                                                                                            position is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in gaining supervisory
                                                                                            experience and learning about our Orientation and Advisement process.
SUNY Downstate     Downstate Summer NY      Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.downstat Living and working with us in Brooklyn will undoubtedly broaden your experience in 1         Current         Strong organization skills                             05/21/12       Somewhat
Medical Center     Intern                   VT, NH, ME,         e.edu/               student affairs. Here is just a glimpse of what you will experience this summer as          Graduate        Ability to work independently
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,                           an NODA summer intern at Downstate:                                                         Student, Post   Experience with programming
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                              General Opportunities:                                                                  Bachelor's      Experience working/assisting with orientation
                                            Int'l (other than                        Work with professionals with over 30 years of experience in student life. Experience        Degree - No     Knowledge of Residential Life is a plus
                                            Canadian) )                              multiple aspects of administrative operations and understand its connection to              Grad School
                                                                                     student development. Hands on learning through involvement in assigned projects.            Experience
                                                                                     Understand the complexities and unique challenges of working in a "small" student
                                                                                     life program. Learn the similarities and differences between a public and private
                                                                                     institution. Broaden your experience with general facility management. Integral
                                                                                     involvement with a unique orientation program.
                                                                                         Specific Responsibilities:
                                                                                     Assist with new student orientation. You will attend weekly meetings (lunch on
                                                                                     Mondays). You will actively participate in assisting two (2) orientation coordinators
                                                                                     with planning orientation for incoming first year medical students (this includes
                                                                                     publicity, planning social events {dinners, cook outs, luau, Coney Island, etc.),
                                                                                     soliciting gift certificates and other giveaways, and more. Learn day to day
                                                                                     operations of the Residential Life and Services Office and the Student Center. You
                                                                                     will train as a desk manager for both the Res Life main desk and the Student Center
                                                                                     information desk. You will perform building tours, submit work orders, handle
                                                                                     scheduling/reservations, etc. You will assist with supervision of student desk staff.
                                                                                     Help to review and update departmental literature including manuals, handbooks
                                                                                     and web based materials. This may include staff manuals for Student Center desk
                                                                                     staff, Res Life RAs, Res Life desk staff, etc. Assist Residence Hall, Student Center
                                                                                     and campus-wide programming. You will work Tuesday evening events at the
                                                                                     Student Center. Other programming may include cook outs, movie nights,
Teachers College    NODA Orientation   NY   Region 9: ( NY,                          This is a unique Involvement be a housing assignment process. You will learn
                                                                http://www.tc.edu/st orientations, etc opportunity toin the part of the planning and implementation of a the 1   Current         Good communication skills (written and oral),            06/01/2012   Somewhat
Columbia University Intern                  VT, NH, ME,         udentactivities      GRADUATE Orientation                                                                        Graduate        computer literate, ability to work independently. Must
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,                           Program and the residential experience. We are looking for a graduate student who           Student, Post   be
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                          is innovative, a self starter,                                                              Bachelor's      proficient in standard office applications (word, excel,
                                            Int'l (other than                        and preferably, has experience with Orientation, Residence Life or Student                  Degree - No     PowerPoint, etc&) and the ability to operate in a PC
                                            Canadian) )                              Activities. S/he should be able to                                                          Grad School     environment. Teaching or training specifically in
                                                                                     think quickly on their feet, adapt easily to change, be flexible, have a good sense of      Experience      areas of mentorship and leadership development.
                                                                                     humor, possess clear,                                                                                       Demonstrated success with programming and project
                                                                                     concise communication skills, good organizational skills, energy, and a sincere                             management is critical, and knowledge of and
                                                                                     desire to assist new graduate                                                                               experience with orientation programs is preferred.
                                                                                     students with their transition from the college/work force to a graduate school                             Graduate intern will gain hands-on experience in
                                                                                     environment. The ideal                                                                                      orientation program coordination and management,
                                                                                     candidate will possess the ability to work with diverse groups of staff and students,                       development and implementation of workshops as
                                                                                     and will serve as an integral                                                                               well as
                                                                                     member of both the Office of Student Activities and Programs and the Office of                              program assessment.
                                                                                     Residential Services.
                                                                                     Candidates are advised that orientation is not administered during the summer
                                                                                     months but implemented over the
                                                                                     Labor Day holiday. The successful candidate will also provide support to the
                                                                                     Assistant Director for Community
                                                                                     Development, within the Office of Residential Services on an array of projects and
                                                                                     tasks.
University at Buffalo Orientation       New York Region 9: ( NY,      http://www.orientatio The Orientation Graduate Intern will be an integral member in planning and             1   Current    The intern must be currently enrolled in a higher          06/01/2012   Somewhat
                      Graduate Intern            VT, NH, ME,          n.buffalo.edu         implementation of the Orientation Leaders (approximately 28 students) team retreat         Graduate   education (or comparable) graduate program and
                                                 MA,CT, RI, QC,                             and training (June 2012), supervise the student staff during First-Year, Parent &          Student    have experience working with students in leadership
                                                 NB, NS, NF, PE,                            Family, and Transfer Student Orientation sessions, assist with the implementation of                  roles. This person will need to have strong
                                                 Int'l (other than                          our orientation program, and work closely with new students and families to assist                    communication and interpersonal skills, an attention
                                                 Canadian) )                                them during their orientation session. During the time that the intern will be working                to detail, flexibility, dedication to the orientation
                                                                                            with us, we will have 3 transfer orientation programs (June 11, July 11, July 25) and                 program and new students and families, and
                                                                                            8 first-year student orientation programs (July 9 August 3). Our transfer orientation                 willingness to learn. It is expected that this person will
                                                                                            sessions are one-day programs and first-year student orientation sessions are two-                    have a positive attitude, ability to work both
                                                                                            day programs which include new students staying overnight in the residence halls.                     independently and collaboratively, and the desire to
                                                                                                                                                                                                  work with a diverse student body.

                                                                                           The intern will work closely with the Assistant Director, Director, and other Graduate
                                                                                           Intern to implement all portions of the orientation programs including check-in, late
                                                                                           night programming, and working closely with the student staff to assist them in their
                                                                                           development and guidance through the orientation process. The intern office is
                                                                                           located in the New Student Programs office along with the student and professional
                                                                                           staff.

University of New    New Student        ME        Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.une.edu/ The New Student Orientation Graduate Intern will report directly to the Assistant       1    Current    Enrollment in a Graduate program in Student Affairs, 05/14/2012         Yes
England              Orientation                  VT, NH, ME,         newnoreasters       Director of Campus Life and will work closely with the Assistant Dean of Students,           Graduate   Student Personnel, Student Development, Higher Ed.
                     Graduate Intern              MA,CT, RI, QC,                          Director of Campus Life, Coordinator of Outdoor Recreation. Orientation Advisors,            Student    Administration, or similar field is strongly preferred.
                                                  NB, NS, NF, PE,                         and Orientation Leaders on all aspects of Orientation programs. Though reporting                        Experience with Orientation is preferred, but not
                                                  Int'l (other than                       directly to the Dean of Students Office, the Office of New Student Orientation is                       required if the applicant has related experience in
                                                  Canadian) )                             housed within the Office of Campus Life which is responsible for the operations of                      housing and residence life, student activities, or
                                                                                          the Campus Center, Student Activities, Leadership Programs, Off Campus Student                          leadership programs. The applicant must be willing to
                                                                                          Services, Campus Programs, Outdoor Recreation and the Arts. The Graduate Intern                         work at a small institution where hard work,
                                                                                          will be supervised directly by the Assistant Director who is a 4 year professional and                  adaptability, creativity and the ability to
                                                                                          a former NODA internship participant. The intern will also work closely with the                        work on a team is a must. The applicant should be
                                                                                          Assistant Dean of Students who has over 25 years of experience in Orientation at                        someone who is a self-starter and who is not afraid to
                                                                                          various different institutions. The Office of New Student Orientation coordinates                       pose new ideas. Most importantly, the applicant must
                                                                                          three traditional first-year student orientations in the summer, a transfer student                     be student-centered and appreciate our model
                                                                                          orientation in the summer, and a mixed fall orientation. The intern will have a                         through which student Orientation Advisors
                                                                                          significant role in the supervision and training of Orientation Leaders and Orientation                 administer Orientation in a guided partnership with
                                                                                          Advisors. He or she will also have some involvement in our unique pre-orientation                       professional staff. The intern must be willing to
                                                                                          programs, known as Trailblazer Orientation. We offer several outdoor experiences                        support and challenge the students appropriately and
                                                                                          ranging in type of activity (biking, kayaking, challenge course), and length of time.                   student learning must be a priority. Therefore,
                                                                                          We also offer a Trailblazer in the Community program ranging from one day of                            experience advising students is a must and
                                                                                          focused service to a three day experience encompassing several different service                        supervisory experience is also desired
                                                                                          opportunities throughout the course of the experience. The intern is directly
                                                                                          responsible for all housing and residence life components related to Orientation
                                                                                          including housing assignments for Orientation, being the on-call staff person during
Wagner College        Wagner College    New York Region 9: ( NY,      https://www.wagner. The NODA Intern will play an integral role in planning Orientation for new students    1   Current    Interested candidates should have completed at least 06/01/2012        Somewhat
                      Orientation                VT, NH, ME,          edu                 at Wagner College. He/She will work closely with the Director of Co-Curricular             Graduate   one semester of graduate school. The ideal
                      Internship                 MA,CT, RI, QC,                           Programs and serve as an assistant and resource to the Orientation Steering                Student    candidate will possess excellent collaborative skills,
                                                 NB, NS, NF, PE,                          Committee. The Intern will work diligently during the summer and complete many                        good organizational skills, creativity, energy, a
                                                 Int'l (other than                        important tasks to make Orientation a successful event. The NODA Intern will                          positive attitude, and the ability to work independently
                                                 Canadian) )                              supervise student assistants and motivate Peer Leaders by maintaining close                           as well as part of a team. Previous supervisory
                                                                                          communication and serving as a resource to them throughout the summer. The                            and/or leadership experience helpful. Preference will
                                                                                          intern will be responsible for developing Peer Leader training and organizing a                       be given to applicants with prior orientation
                                                                                          training manual. The intern will have the opportunity to participate in many different                experience. Applicants should be proficient with
                                                                                          aspects of the Orientation program, including check-in procedures, session                            Microsoft Office applications, familiar with web
                                                                                          coordination and communication with campus wide constituents. This position is an                     design, and possess excellent written and oral
                                                                                          excellent opportunity for someone interested in gaining supervisory experience and                    communication skills.
                                                                                          learning about our Orientation process.




Wentworth Institute   Programs Intern   MA        Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.wit.edu/n The Programs Intern position at Wentworth will assist the Assistant Director of New 1     Current    A successful candidate of our Intern program will         05/14/2012   Somewhat
of Technology                                     VT, NH, ME,         ewstudents           Student Programs with the training of student leaders and night time programming          Graduate   have a general knowledge of student development
                                                  MA,CT, RI, QC,                           of New Student Orientation in July and Wentworth Opening Week which occurs in             Student    theory, an interest in leadership education, and
                                                  NB, NS, NF, PE,                          August. While our start and end dates for the intern are flexible, we are hoping to                  experience in orientation programs. Someone who
                                                  Int'l (other than                        have the intern be here during both the summer and August programs. Wentworth                        has a career interest in orientation is preferred but
                                                  Canadian) )                              Institute of Technology is dedicated to the holistic approach to education and as                    not necessary. Advising, supervising, or previous
                                                                                           such, we view our student orientation leaders not just as employees but as vital                     orientation programming experience is ideal. If you
                                                                                           community members whose responsibility it is to welcome new students and aid in                      have experience in the Adobe Design programs
                                                                                           their successful transition to college. This is a top priority for Wentworths model of               (Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator etc) that is helpful,
                                                                                           new student programs. Wentworth is committed to providing these student                              but by no means required. Many of the orientation
                                                                                           orientation leaders with the best possible training, resources, support and education                programs the Intern is asked to work on are new
                                                                                           possible. In addition, Wentworth has a strong commitment to the development of its                   programs so there is plenty of opportunity for the
                                                                                           graduate interns. The NODA interns will be active participants in the Division of                    Intern to really make a difference here. Finally, a
                                                                                           Student Affairs. The main responsibility of the intern is to coordinate the Transfer                 positive attitude with a great sense of humor is a
                                                                                           programs as well as the night time activities. The Intern will also help to advise the               must. We love to laugh and have fun! If its not fun,
                                                                                           three orientation coordinators (student staff). The Intern will directly coordinate the              why do it?
                                                                                           Transfer Orientation program in July as well as substantially develop the August
                                                                                           Transfer Transition Program. The Intern will also work closely with a student
                                                                                           orientation coordinator to develop and implement night time activities for both the
                                                                                           July and August Orientations. In addition, the Intern will work closely with a student
                                                                                           Orientation Coordinator to develop and implement the theme across all orientation
                                                                                           programs.
Wentworth Institute   Communications   MA   Region 9: ( NY,     http://wit.edu/newst The Communications Intern position at Wentworth will assist the department in         1   Current         A successful candidate of our Intern program will        05/14/2012   Somewhat
of Technology         Intern                VT, NH, ME,         udents               developing and implementing a communications strategy to keep new students                Graduate        have a general knowledge of student development
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,                           informed about major department initiatives, generate excitement and interest about       Student         theory, an interest in leadership education, and
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                          Orientation and alleviate anxiety around arrival at college. In addition, the                             experience in orientation programs. Someone who
                                            Int'l (other than                        Communication intern oversees the registration process for New Student                                    has a career interest in orientation is preferred but
                                            Canadian) )                              Orientation in July. The intern will work closely with a student Orientation                              not necessary. Advising, supervising, or previous
                                                                                     Coordinator to assign housing assignments and group assignments to all new                                orientation programming experience is ideal.
                                                                                     students and staff. While our start and end dates for the intern are flexible, we are                     Microsoft Excel experience is strongly preferred as
                                                                                     hoping to have the intern be here during both the summer and August programs.                             you will spend a great deal of time working in Excel to
                                                                                     Wentworth Institute of Technology is dedicated to the holistic approach to education                      manipulate spreadsheets and create registration lists.
                                                                                     and as such, we view our student orientation leaders not just as employees but as                         If you have experience in any design software,
                                                                                     vital community members whose responsibility it is to welcome new students and                            including Microsoft Publisher, that is helpful, but by
                                                                                     aid in their successful transition to college. This is a top priority for Wentworths                      no means required. Experience with social media
                                                                                     model of new student programs. Wentworth is committed to providing these student                          applications, facebook, twitter, etc. is also a plus.
                                                                                     orientation leaders with the best possible training, resources, support and education                     Many of the orientation programs the Intern is asked
                                                                                     possible. In addition, Wentworth has a strong commitment to the development of its                        to work on are new programs so there is plenty of
                                                                                     graduate interns. The NODA interns will be active participants in the Division of                         opportunity for the Intern to really make a difference
                                                                                     Student Affairs.                                                                                          here. Finally, a positive attitude with a great sense of
                                                                                                                                                                                               humor is a must. We love to laugh and have fun! If its
                                                                                                                                                                                               not fun, why do it?



Western New           Orientation      MA   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www1.wne.ed The NODA intern will assist with all aspects of First Year Student Orientation known 1      Current         Preferred candidates will have completed one year of 05/28/12         Somewhat
England University    Assistantship         VT, NH, ME,         u/firstyear/       as SOAR. The Summer Orientation and Registration program at the University                  Graduate        graduate study in higher education, with experience
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,                         features a five, two-day overnight orientation sessions for both parents and                Student, Post   as well comfort and facility learning new technology.
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                        students. The NODA intern will be a live-in professional staff member, serving as           Bachelor's      Excellent oral and written communication skills and
                                            Int'l (other than                      the on-call emergency contact during orientation and serving as evening supervisor          Degree - No     demonstrated leadership capabilities required as well
                                            Canadian) )                            of orientation group leaders. The NODA internship would be an eight-week position.          Grad School     as ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Must
                                                                                   Primary responsibilities will include                                                       Experience      be able to work long hours in both inside and outside
                                                                                   - Assisting in the planning, development and implementation of Orientation leader                           conditions and be able to carry 30 lbs. unassisted.
                                                                                   Training                                                                                                    Experience supervising paraprofessionals preferred.
                                                                                   - Creation and development of written material provided to both parents and
                                                                                   students
                                                                                   - Assisting in the web development and support of on-line orientation registration
                                                                                   materials and programmatic materials
                                                                                   - Planning, implementing, and supervising evening activities at SOAR for both
                                                                                   parents and students
                                                                                   - Providing support to the manager of First year Program Services, assisting with
                                                                                   logistical matters, the registration/confirmation process prior to each session; and
                                                                                   ensuring high levels of customer service by assisting guests at sessions and prior to
                                                                                   their arrival.
                                                                                   - In collaboration with the Director of First Year Student Development, assist in the
                                                                                   development of marketing materials and on-line reservations for a pre-orientation
Yale University   Graduate             CT   Region 9: ( NY,     http://www.yale.edu/ Job Description: This is a new opportunity to help lead the planning and             1   Current    We are looking for a current graduate student who is 05/29/2012   Yes
Graduate School   Orientation Intern        VT, NH, ME,         graduateschool/stud implementation of a GRADUATE Student Orientation Program at a highly selective            Graduate   innovative, a self starter, and preferably, has
                                            MA,CT, RI, QC,      entLife/index.html   doctoral institution. The graduate orientation intern will serve as an important         Student    leadership experience with Orientation, Residence
                                            NB, NS, NF, PE,                          member of the Office of Graduate Student Life (GSL) at the McDougal Graduate                        Life and/or Student Activities. S/he should be able to
                                            Int'l (other than                        Student Center of Yale University Graduate School. The McDougal Center is a                         work well in teams, have excellent oral, written and
                                            Canadian) )                              nationally-recognized model for graduate student service delivery and community                     digital communication skills, good organizational
                                                                                     building, founded at Yale in 1997. The McDougal GSL office organizes all                            skills, be a very quick learner, and a have strong
                                                                                     orientation & transition information and welcome week activities and programs for                   desire to assist new graduate students with their
                                                                                     650 new Yale grad students from around the world. It also directs a wide array of                   transition from college/employment to graduate
                                                                                     graduate student life programs and events throughout the year, including during the                 school and their new community. The ideal candidate
                                                                                     summer. The intern will assist in providing information for & communication with                    will possess the ability to collaborate with diverse
                                                                                     new students throughout the summer, and will prepare events and resources for                       groups of staff and students, think broadly about
                                                                                     New Student Orientation (NSO) in starting in late August. Graduate School NSO is 2                  graduate student needs, and be able to operate in a
                                                                                     weeks of activities and programs from August 17-September 1 designed to orient                      highly decentralized student affairs environment to
                                                                                     new students, their spouses/partners and their children to services and resources in                provide services and plan events.
                                                                                     the Graduate School, at Yale and in the New Haven area and to help build graduate
                                                                                     community. The GSL office cooperates with student groups, with varied campus                        Specific skills and experience: Good communication
                                                                                     services offices, with local organizations & merchants, and with the 10 other Yale                  skills (written and oral), highly computer literate,
                                                                                     Professional schools to coordinate campus wide Graduate & Professional (G&P)                        especially with email & social networking sites, ability
                                                                                     orientation events and resources.                                                                   to work independently. Must be proficient
                                                                                                                                                                                         in standard office applications (word, excel,
                                                                                     The primary tasks of this internship are to enhance online communications and pre-                  PowerPoint) and familiar with Google docs. Ability to
                                                                                     arrival resources, create and improve welcome week NSO events, and help build                       update web sites, Facebook pages or blogs using
                                                                                     new assessment tools. The intern will report to and work with the Director and                      basic text editing tools expected (HTML not required).
                                                                                     Associate Director of Graduate Student Life at the McDougal Center at Yale. The                     Interest or experience in surveys and assessing
                                                                                     intern also will work closely with the team of McDougal Graduate Life Fellows,                      Orientation programs needed. International education
                                                                                     current graduate students who help plan and lead the GS Orientation activities and                  or intercultural student services background or
                                                                                     who organize graduate student life activities throughout the year. This position is                 interest welcome. Candidates should have
                                                                                     also an opportunity for a young professional to learn about best practices in the                   demonstrated success with student programming
                                                                                     emerging field of graduate student services, and to broaden their understanding of                  and project management; experience with and
                                                                                     higher education. Please see our website and our Orientation pages at                               leadership in orientation programs is preferred.
                                                                    Accommod                                                                                                                                                                                      First Year
 Internship   Is End Date                   Housing       Meals        ates a  Accommodate                                                  Other Benefits (if                           Institutional                                              Total        (freshman)
                             Remuneration                                                              Room and Board Details                                  Other Benefits Described                  Other Institutional Demographic Info
 End Date       Flexible?                   Provided     Provided   Spouse/Par   s Children                                                       any)                                  Demographics                                              Enrollment       Student
                                                                        tner                                                                                                                                                                                     Enrollment
08/24/2012    Yes           $2000/summer    Yes        Program      No         No                                                           Computer                                   4 Year, Public,                                          19,664
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                                                                                                                                            Recreation
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08/24/2012    Yes           $2000/summer    Yes        Program      No        No                                                            Computer                                   4 Year, Public,                                          19,664
                                                       Only                                                                                 Access,                                    Co-Ed
                                                                                                                                            Recreation
                                                                                                                                            Center Use




09/01/2012    Somewhat      1500.00 per     Yes        Partial      No        No              Private on-campus residence hall room with    Free Parking,     Free bus pass for the    4 Year                                                   1300           200
                            Summer                                                            access to kitchen facilities. Meals will be   Computer          area public transit
                                                                                              provided during the orientation programs      Access,
                                                                                              with an additional meal card provided for     Recreation
                                                                                              meals outside of the orientation dates.       Center Use,
                                                                                                                                            Campus Email
                                                                                                                                            Address, Other
                                                                                                                                            (please use box
                                                                                                                                            below)
09/01/2012   Somewhat   1000.00 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   Private on-campus residence hall room with    Free Parking,     Free pass for the area   4 Year, Private    1300    200
                        Summer                                  access to kitchen facilities. Meals will be   Computer          public transit
                                                                provided during the orientation programs      Access,
                                                                with an additional meal card provided for     Recreation
                                                                meals outside of the orientation dates.       Center Use,
                                                                                                              Campus Email
                                                                                                              Address, Other
                                                                                                              (please use box
                                                                                                              below)




07/27/2012   Somewhat   $2,000 per    Yes   Partial   No   No   Partial board plan and meals during           Free Parking,                              4 Year, Private,   7,800   ~900
                        summer                                  orientation sessions. Room is a single room   Computer                                   Co-Ed
                                                                in a furnished apartment. May or may not      Access,
                                                                have assigned apartment mate(s).              Recreation
                                                                                                              Center Use,
                                                                                                              Campus Email
                                                                                                              Address
08/03/12   Yes   $2000 per   Yes   Program   Yes   No   Studio or efficiency apartment in an on-   Computer       4 Year, Private Willamette is a nationally renowned,  2800   550-650
                 summer            Only                 campus facility based on availability.     Access,                        highly selective private liberal arts
                                                                                                   Recreation                     university in Salem, Oregon. Founded
                                                                                                   Center Use,                    in 1842, Willamette is the first
                                                                                                   Campus Email                   university established in the western
                                                                                                   Address                        U.S. and has become a national leader
                                                                                                                                  in sustainability and civic
                                                                                                                                  engagement.

                                                                                                                                 Our beautiful, historic campus, located
                                                                                                                                 across the street from the Oregon
                                                                                                                                 Capitol, features a residential
                                                                                                                                 undergraduate College of Liberal Arts
                                                                                                                                 and three professional graduate
                                                                                                                                 schools: the College of Law, Atkinson
                                                                                                                                 Graduate School of Management and
                                                                                                                                 the Graduate School of Education.

                                                                                                                                 Through small classes, close student-
                                                                                                                                 faculty relationships, a commitment to
                                                                                                                                 collaborative research and a variety of
                                                                                                                                 programs to meet individual student
                                                                                                                                 objectives, we provide an environment
                                                                                                                                 where teaching and learning flourish.

                                                                                                                                 Willamette's core commitments
                                                                                                                                 include: pursuing academic excellence
                                                                                                                                 in teaching, research and student
                                                                                                                                 learning; fostering a diverse, vibrant
                                                                                                                                 and intellectually stimulating learning
                                                                                                                                 and social community and preparing
                                                                                                                                 global-minded students for meaningful
                                                                                                                                 lives of professional achievement and
                                                                                                                                 civic contribution.
10/30/2012   No    $200 stipend   No    Program   No   No   Accommodations during the planning                              Interns will receive FREE Other (please
                                        Only                meeting and during NODAC 2012 will be                           NODAC CONFERENCE use box below)
                                                            the responsibility of the candidates. Meals                     REGISTRATION and will
                                                            included in conference registration will also                   receive a $200 stipend to
                                                            be provided.                                                    help cover expenses.
                                                                                                                            Candidates will also be
                                                                                                                            strongly encouraged to
                                                                                                                            attend the on-site
                                                                                                                            planning meeting in Las
                                                                                                                            Vegas on April 28-29.
                                                                                                                            Candidates are personally
                                                                                                                            responsible for
                                                                                                                            transportation costs
                                                                                                                            to/from the planning
                                                                                                                            meeting and the
                                                                                                                            conference.




08/23/11     Yes   $8 per hour    Yes   Program   No   No   Depending on availability, we will provide a    Free Parking,                            4 Year, Public,   17,500   1800
                                        Only                room in a residence hall or apartment on        Computer                                 Co-Ed
                                                            campus. Meals will be                           Access,
                                                            provided during preparation/training            Recreation
                                                            meetings, and orientation session. CSUSB        Center Use,
                                                            is located within walking distance of several   Campus Email
                                                            shopping centers, including a grocery store,    Address
                                                            restaurants, and a major discount retailer.
09/07/2012   No   $3000/summer     Yes   Partial   No   No   Housing will be provided with a small          Free Parking,   $600 toward summer       4 Year, Private   4,103   525
                  10-20 non-                                 weekly meal stipend. Housing will be           Computer        meal plan.
                  consecutive                                apartment-style. Intern(s) will need to        Access,         Great vacation time to
                  vacation days,                             provide their own telephone, computer, bed     Recreation      explore California.
                  depending on                               linens, towels, and cooking utensils and       Center Use,
                  length of                                  supplies. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will    Campus Email
                  employment.                                be provided during training and the four day   Address
                                                             long orientation program.
08/29/2012   Yes        subject to budget Yes   Full      No   No                                               Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Occidental College is a small liberal   2000   550
                        approval                                                                                Computer        Co-Ed            arts college located in Los Angeles.
                                                                                                                Access,
                                                                                                                Recreation
                                                                                                                Center Use




7/25/2012    Somewhat   $2000.00         Yes    Program   No   No   Furnished single room (bed, couch, desk,    Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Catholic, Lasallian & Liberal Arts      3500   650
                                                Only                table, chair) with internet access, basic   Computer        Co-Ed, Other     institution
                                                                    cable access, telelphone service, private   Access,         (please use
                                                                    bathroom and small kitchen.                 Recreation      box below)
                                                                                                                Center Use,
                                                                                                                Campus Email
                                                                                                                Address
08/03/12     Somewhat   $15 per hour   Yes   Program   No   No   You will be placed in a room in the program Free Parking,       4 Year, Public   30,000   4,000
                                             Only                residence hall. A common area kitchen is    Computer
                                                                 available for use.                          Access,
                                                                                                             Recreation
                                                                                                             Center Use




07/14/2012   Somewhat   3000.00 per    Yes   Partial   No   No   The Intern will be housed in an on-campus      Free Parking,    4 Year           8000     1800
                        Summer                                   studio. The studio comes with a private        Computer
                                                                 bathroom, twin bed, couch,                     Access, Campus
                                                                 kitchenette (sink, stove, oven, cupboards,     Email Address
                                                                 table), desk, Internet hook-up, dresser, and
                                                                 closet. Bedding and
                                                                 towels are provided. Kitchenware is not
                                                                 provided but can be purchased, along with
                                                                 groceries at local shops.
                                                                 Coin-op laundry is available and access to
                                                                 two pools and two hot tubs within the
                                                                 residential community is
                                                                 included. Membership to the campus
                                                                 Recreation Center is available for
                                                                 purchase
                                                                 (http://www.sonoma.edu/campusrec/).
                                                                 Meals are provided during orientation
                                                                 leader training and scheduled
                                                                 orientation sessions. Parking is provided.
08/31/2012   Yes   $2,000 stipend Yes     Partial   Yes   Yes   On-campus apartment with kitchen and             Computer         University issued laptop,   4 Year, Public, Large, research university   32,000+        4700+
                   for summer (paid                             private bathroom provided; a partial meal        Access, Campus   five days of vacation as    Co-Ed, Other
                   bi-weekly                                    plan will be provided. If accommodations         Email Address,   approved by supervisor;     (please use
                   installments)                                for spouse/partner and/or children are           Other (please    access to bicycle; other    box below)
                                                                needed, we can discuss the                       use box below)   campus benefits may be
                                                                accommodation options. UC Davis is                                available (such as
                                                                located within walking distance of several                        Recreation Center Use)
                                                                shopping businesses, including a grocery                          upon arrival.
                                                                store, restaurants, and a major pharmacy.
                                                                Comprehensive bus system available for
                                                                easy transportation around the City of
                                                                Davis. Included in on-campus apartment
                                                                are basic amenities: furniture, bed, tables,
                                                                lamp, microwave, stove, refrigerator,
                                                                dresser, etc. (detailed list of what amenities
                                                                are provided and what candidates will need
                                                                to provide themselves will be available to
                                                                successful candidate prior to arrival).




8/24/12      No    $3,000/summer   Yes    Full      No    No    On-campus housing assignment with                Computer                                     4 Year, Private, Jesult, Catholic            5,500          1,200
                                                                shared bathroom.                                 Access,                                      Co-Ed, Other                                 undergraduate,
                                                                                                                 Recreation                                   (please use                                  4,500 graduate
                                                                                                                 Center Use,                                  box below)
                                                                                                                 Campus Email
                                                                                                                 Address




8/24/12      No    $3,000 per 40hrs Yes   Full      No    No    on-campus housing in single room with            Computer                                     4 Year, Private,                             5,500          1,200
                   per                                          shared bathroom                                  Access,                                      Co-Ed                                        undergraduate,
                   week/summer                                                                                   Recreation                                                                                4,500 graduate
                                                                                                                 Center Use,
                                                                                                                 Campus Email
                                                                                                                 Address
7/22/2012   No         $2,000. per    Yes   Full      No   No   Room will be provided in a standard          Free Parking,                              4 Year, Public     25,00           4.500
                       summer                                   residence hall room with a connecting        Computer
                                                                bathroom on campus for the duration          Access
                                                                of the internship period. When traveling for
                                                                the outdoor orientation program (3 nights
                                                                during the internship period), a room in a
                                                                dormitory at CSU's Pingree Park mountain
                                                                campus will be provided. No spouses or
                                                                children can be accomodated. A meal plan
                                                                is provided when the Preview Orientation
                                                                program is not in session for the residence
                                                                hall dining facility. When program is in
                                                                session, meals are provided with the
                                                                program schedule.




8/10/12     Somewhat   $2500 summer   No    Program   No   No   This position is best suited to someone who Free Parking,    The opportunity to be in at 2 Year, Public,   approximately   1500
                                            Only                lives in the Denver area and can commute. Computer           the ground floor of a new Co-Ed               6500 per
                                                                CCA cannot provide housing or meals.        Access           program and to gain                           semester
                                                                                                                             significant hands-on
                                                                                                                             experience at a
                                                                                                                             community college.
                                                                                                                             We're very excited about
                                                                                                                             this program and we'll all
                                                                                                                             learn together.
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $2500 per        Yes   Program   Yes   Yes   Accommodations include a furnished one-         Free Parking,                               4 Year, Private,   1600     550
                        summer                 Only                  bedroom apartment in an on-campus               Computer                                    Co-Ed
                                                                     residence hall with all utilities, high-speed   Access,
                                                                     internet connection, and cable.                 Recreation
                                                                                                                     Center Use,
                                                                                                                     Campus Email
                                                                                                                     Address




8/10/12      Yes        11.00 per hour   Yes   Program   No    No    Housing is paid in full in addition to hourly   Recreation        NODA Interns will recieve 4 Year, Public,    24,000   2600
                                               Only                  rate for NODA Interns. Interns have a           Center Use,       a student RTD pass for     Co-Ed
                                                                     choice between two private housing              Campus Email      free use of public bus and
                                                                     facilities in Denver within walking distance    Address, Other    light rail system. The
                                                                     of campus.                                      (please use box   system is highly used and
                                                                                                                     below)            useful for getting around
                                                                                                                                       the city of Denver.
08/24/2012   No         $3,400/summer   Yes   Full      No   No   Accommodations will depend on the           Campus Email        4 Year, Public,   30,000   5,600
                                                                  partner/family needs of the intern chosen   Address             Co-Ed
                                                                  and will be part of the negotiations. Will
                                                                  either be on campus or near-campus
                                                                  housing in the City of Boulder. A good
                                                                  meal plan and cooking facilities are
                                                                  available to the intern. An additional
                                                                  grocery supplement is included in the
                                                                  stipend to cover the intern during those
                                                                  times when our dinning facilities are not
                                                                  open. Public transportation in Boulder is
                                                                  excellent and easy to use for all local and
                                                                  regional travel. Additional funds have been
                                                                  added to the stipend to cover the cost of a
                                                                  summer bus permit. A parking permit is
                                                                  approximately $35/month. No health
                                                                  insurance is provided.



08/10/2012   Somewhat   2,500.00 per    Yes   Program   No   No   The NODA Intern will reside in an on-           Free Parking,   4 Year, Public    31,000   2,700
                        summer                Only                campus apartment, possibly with other           Computer
                                                                  graduate interns. Intern will need to provide   Access,
                                                                  their own telephone, computer, television,      Recreation
                                                                  towels, and toiletries. All meals during        Center Use,
                                                                  orientation programs will be provided.          Campus Email
                                                                  Additional meals during orientation breaks      Address
                                                                  will not be provided. The Intern will need to
                                                                  provide meals for her/himself during certain
                                                                  break periods. A meal plan is available for
                                                                  purchase.
08/27/2012   Somewhat   1500/month       Yes   Program   No   No   Housing will be suite-style in one of our     Free Parking,   In addition to benefits     4 Year, Public,   2300     600
                                               Only                residential halls. Western is currently       Computer        listed above, Western       Co-Ed
                                                                   undergoing some facility upgrades, so suite   Access,         State College of Colorado
                                                                   MAY be shared with another intern who is      Recreation      is located in the heart of
                                                                   visiting for the summer. Shared space         Center Use,     the Colorado Rockies.
                                                                   would include kitchen & common area.          Campus Email    Our students, faculty, &
                                                                                                                 Address         staff are incredibly active
                                                                                                                                 and many are involved in
                                                                                                                                 outdoor pursuits. Intern
                                                                                                                                 will have numerable
                                                                                                                                 opportunities for climbing,
                                                                                                                                 camping, rafting, biking,
                                                                                                                                 hiking, etc.




08/24/12     Yes        $14.20 per hour / No   Program   No   No   Although housing is not included we are       Free Parking,                              2 Year             19,100   5,000
                        $4,260 per             Only                paying a higher hourly rate to offset the     Computer
                        summer                                     cost of housing. Nice apartments were         Access,
                                                                   recently built next to campus and we can      Recreation
                                                                   negotiate a summer rate for the intern. The   Center Use,
                                                                   overall payment for this position would be    Campus Email
                                                                   approximately $4,260.                         Address
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $3,500 per    Yes    Program   No   No   Room and board includes a single room in Computer               4 Year, Private,   14,000   1,600
                        summer               Only                a university apartment. Meals are included Access               Co-Ed
                                                                 during orientation programs, as well as
                                                                 during orientation leader retreat and
                                                                 training and staff development days.




08/15/2012   Yes        $3,000.00/summ Yes   Program   No   No   Housing is provided in one of our               Free Parking,   4 Year, Public,    17,618   2,000
                        er                   Only                apartment-style residence halls (Lone Star      Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                 Hall). Private room with kitchen area           Access,
                                                                 (microwave and refrigerator included, no        Recreation
                                                                 stove) and bathroom. This is the same hall      Center Use,
                                                                 that will be used for Orientation, moving to    Campus Email
                                                                 another residence hall for Orientation is not   Address
                                                                 required. Orientation Leaders will also be
                                                                 living in the same residence hall. Housing
                                                                 can be seen online at:
                                                                 http://www.shsu.edu/~hou_www/facilities/ne
                                                                 w_hall/NewHall.html.
07/31/2012   No   $2000.00 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   This is a live-in residence hall position and   Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,   50,000+   8,250
                  summer                                   scheduled hall duty will be required. The       Computer         Co-Ed
                                                           nature and scope of the position requires       Access, Campus
                                                           night and weekend work on campus                Email Address
                                                           therefore; the intern will be housed in a
                                                           residence hall apartment or a private two-
                                                           room suite connected by a bathroom in
                                                           conference residence hall. ResNet internet
                                                           service (A&M is primarily a PC windows
                                                           computer environment), and cable TV
                                                           service provided. Will need to provide own
                                                           computer, television, bed linens (twin extra
                                                           long) and towels. Meal plan is
                                                           approximately 10 meals/week for both
                                                           summer sessions for the intern; meals can
                                                           be used in dining centers or take-out and
                                                           some may be used as guest meals. One
                                                           additional meal is available during each
                                                           conference. Parking pass will be provided.
08/15/2012   Somewhat   $3000.00 per   Yes    Partial   No   No   Intern will live on-campus in the residence      Free Parking,     4 Year, Private,   9500     1869
                        summer                                    hall where the Orientation student staff lives   Computer          Co-Ed
                                                                  and is used for overnight accommodations         Access,
                                                                  during sessions. Intern will have a private      Recreation
                                                                  room. After June, intern will live in on-        Center Use,
                                                                  campus apartment with another campus             Campus Email
                                                                  office's summer intern. Meals are provided       Address
                                                                  during May 2-week training period and
                                                                  during all orientation sessions all other
                                                                  meals are at the cost of the intern. Intern
                                                                  will receive $200 on TCU ID card for use in
                                                                  dining facilities that are available on a
                                                                  limited basis. A grocery story, 2
                                                                  pharmacies, and multiple restaurants are
                                                                  within walking distance of the residence
                                                                  hall.




8/31/2011    Somewhat   2,348 per month Yes   Full      No   No   Intern will be housed in a designated            Recreation        4 Year, Public     34,000   4,400
                                                                  Residence Hall with two rooms and a              Center Use,
                                                                  bathroom.                                        Campus Email
                                                                                                                   Address, Other
                                                                                                                   (please use box
                                                                                                                   below)
08/21/2012   Somewhat   $3000/summer   Yes   Program   No   No   Room will consist of a residence hall room       Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Residential   2400     640
                                             Only                with attached bathroom and nearby cooking        Recreation      Co-Ed, Other
                                                                 facilities. Phone service, internet, and cable   Center Use,     (please use
                                                                 access are standard amenities in all             Campus Email    box below)
                                                                 residence halls. Intern will be required to      Address
                                                                 move when students return for student staff
                                                                 training, but housing will be provided
                                                                 throughout his/her stay.




07/13/2012   No         $2,325         Yes   Full      No   No   Intern will be housed in a recently              Computer        4 Year, Public,                33,805   6,168
                                                                 remodeled on-campus residence hall room          Access,         Co-Ed
                                                                 equipped with community bathrooms and            Recreation
                                                                 internet access for the duration of the          Center Use,
                                                                 internship. Meals are provided during            Campus Email
                                                                 summer training and all orientation              Address
                                                                 sessions.
08/06/2011   Somewhat   $2000.00 /   Yes   Partial   No   No   The NODA intern will reside in the Parent         Free Parking,   4 Year, Public   36,000   3500
                        summer                                 Orientation residence hall (two private           Computer
                                                               rooms connected by a                              Access,
                                                               private bath) for the duration of the             Recreation
                                                               internship. The facility offers a kitchenette     Center Use
                                                               area in the main lobby of the building.
                                                               Intern will need to provide their own
                                                               telephone, computer, television, bed linens,
                                                               towels and toiletries.

                                                               All meals during the orientation programs
                                                               are provided. Additional meals during
                                                               orientation breaks will be provided when
                                                               dining facilities are open. Intern may need
                                                               to provide meals during certain break
                                                               periods.




8/3/12       Somewhat   $3000.00     Yes   Full      No   No   The NODA Intern will reside in the                Free Parking,   4 Year, Public   36,000   3,500
                                                               orientation residence hall (2 private rooms       Computer
                                                               connected by a private bath) for the              Access,
                                                               duration of the internship. Intern will need      Recreation
                                                               to provide their own telephone, computer,         Center Use,
                                                               television, bed linens, towels, and toiletries.   Campus Email
                                                               All meals during orientation programs and         Address
                                                               training will be provided. Additional meals
                                                               during orientation breaks will be provided in
                                                               the residence hall when the facility is open.
                                                               Intern may need to provide meals for
                                                               themselves during certain break periods.
08/03/2012   Somewhat   $2,820/summer   Yes   Full   No   No   Housing will be provided at Texas Christian      Free Parking,   Public, Co-Ed, The University of North Texas Health   1700   750
                                                               University located less than 4 miles from        Computer        Other (please Science Center is a graduate student
                                                               UNTHSC campus. The NODA intern will be           Access,         use box below) only institution.
                                                               housed within an apartment style facility        Recreation
                                                               with another graduate intern. Housing will       Center Use,
                                                               include a private bedroom with a living area     Campus Email
                                                               and full kitchen with refrigerator, stove, and   Address
                                                               microwave. Housing will also include free
                                                               laundry service, free cable, internet and
                                                               phone service. Additional community
                                                               amenities include a parking deck, pool,
                                                               media room and exercise facility. In
                                                               addition to meals during orientation
                                                               programs, the NODA intern will be provided
                                                               a 15 swipe/per week meal plan to be used
                                                               at the Texas Christian University's dining
                                                               hall.
08/10/2012   Yes        $3,000.00 per   Yes   Full       No   No   A residence hall room will be provided in       Free Parking,                                4 Year, Public                                           33,000   2,700
                        summer                                     Kalpana Chawla (KC) Hall along with the         Computer
                                                                   undergraduate Maverick                          Access,
                                                                   Orientation Leaders. Intern will be             Recreation
                                                                   responsible for supervision of Maverick         Center Use,
                                                                   Orientation Leaders and                         Campus Email
                                                                   orientation overnight guests in KC Hall. Full   Address
                                                                   meal plan provided for the summer.




08/18/2012   Somewhat   $3000 per       Yes   Partial,   No   No   Interns will be housed at the Main campus       Computer         Professional                4 Year, Public, UTSA is a Hispanic Serving Institution   30,300   5500
                        summer                Program              in a modern, air-conditioned apartment with     Access, Campus   Development Program;        Co-Ed, Other
                                              Only                 free internet, local and long distance phone    Email Address,   Each Intern assigned a      (please use
                                                                   service, basic cable, private bedroom with      Other (please    professional staff member   box below)
                                                                   shared bathroom facilities and living room.     use box below)   as a mentor/supervisor
                                                                   Each apartment has a kitchenette with
                                                                   microwave, sink, and full size refrigerator.
                                                                   Interns will be assigned to either a Two
                                                                   Bedroom/One Bath or Four Bedroom/Two
                                                                   Bath. All meals during orientation programs
                                                                   and partial meals during training will be
                                                                   provided. Interns can purchase a pro-rated
                                                                   parking permit and Recreation Center
                                                                   Membership.
08/05/2012   Somewhat   $200.00 per     Yes   Program   No   No   Fully-furnished 2 bedroom apartment in the        Free Parking,     Webster Village         4 Year, Private,   22,000         475
                        week for 10           Only                Webster Village Apartments (WVA). This            Computer          Apartments Club House   Co-Ed              Worldwide /
                        weeks + $200.00                           apartment includes free internet, cable, and      Access,           access                                     8,099 FT and
                        in bonus bucks                            local phone line. All utilities are included at   Recreation        Campus Swimming Pool                       PT on main
                        for meals per                             no additional charge. There is a full             Center Use,       access                                     campus
                        conference                                kitchen, and provided furniture includes a        Campus Email
                        weeks                                     couch, armchair, TV stand, coffee table,          Address, Other
                                                                  end table, kitchen chairs, bed, desk,             (please use box
                                                                  dresser, desk chair, and closet.                  below)




08/10/2012   Somewhat   3200.00 per    Yes    Partial   No   No   Summer housing includes a single room             Free Parking,                             4 Year, Private,   25,400         2400
                        summer                                    with private bath in a university residence       Computer                                  Co-Ed
                                                                  hall. All meals during orientation programs       Access,
                                                                  are included, as well as during staff             Recreation
                                                                  development days, and an additional meal          Center Use,
                                                                  expense allocation is provided.                   Campus Email
                                                                                                                    Address
08/03/2012   Yes        800/month   Yes   Partial   No   No   Room will be provided in residence hall. It   Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,                                         3800     415
                                                              is a single room, with a community bath.      Computer        Co-Ed
                                                              Meals will be provided during the SOAR        Access,
                                                              programs and partial meals will be provided   Recreation
                                                              outside of the SOAR program.                  Center Use,
                                                                                                            Campus Email
                                                                                                            Address




08/03/2012   Somewhat   800         Yes   Partial   No   No   Room will be provided in a traditional        Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, The incoming first year class is diverse, 3800   415
                                                              residence hall. Meals will be provided        Computer        Co-Ed            with nearly 1/3 of the students being
                                                              during the SOAR programs and partial          Access,                          Hispanic and almost half reporting as
                                                              meals available during the summer.            Recreation                       First Generation College Students.
                                                                                                            Center Use,                      There are approximately 1800
                                                                                                            Campus Email                     undergraduate students, and 650
                                                                                                            Address                          residents.
08/21/2012   Somewhat   $2000/summer   Yes   Partial   No   No   Accommodations are in a single room. One        Computer        4 Year, Private   7775   450
                                                                 bedroom, bathroom. Room comes with              Access,
                                                                 bed, desk, and storage. 10 meals per week       Recreation
                                                                 are provided in the campus dining center        Center Use,
                                                                 along with additional meals during              Campus Email
                                                                 orientation when provided to others.            Address




08/03/2012   No         $2,000 for     Yes   Program   No   No   Housing will be provided in the Reiver          Free Parking,   2 Year, Public,   7000   1500
                        summer stipend       Only                Suites II facility, which was built in August   Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                 2010. Intern will have an efficiency style      Access,
                                                                 apartment with single bedroom, living room,     Recreation
                                                                 private bathroom, and efficiency style          Center Use,
                                                                 kitchen. The efficiency style kitchen           Campus Email
                                                                 includes a full size refrigerator, sink, and    Address
                                                                 cupboards. The room includes a single
                                                                 bed, chair, desk, and closet. Internet
                                                                 service and cable included. Meals are not
                                                                 provided. Food Service will be open
                                                                 weekdays for breakfast and lunch.
08/27/2012   Yes        $2,500 per     Yes    Full      No    No   On-campus furnished housing will be          Free Parking,    4 Year, Private,   875      255
                        summer                                     provided, along with on-campus meals         Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                   when offered.                                Access,
                                                                                                                Recreation
                                                                                                                Center Use,
                                                                                                                Campus Email
                                                                                                                Address




08/01/2012   Yes        Travel and Room Yes   Program   Yes   No   The Intern will be provided with a 4         Free Parking,    4 Year, Private,   625      100
                                              Only                 bedroom, 2 bathroom furnished apartment.     Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                   Some meals will be provided during           Access,
                                                                   Orientation sessions. Parking is available   Recreation
                                                                   free of charge.                              Center Use,
                                                                                                                Campus Email
                                                                                                                Address




08/24/2012   Somewhat   9 per hour     Yes    Partial   No    No   Housing in University residence hall         Computer         4 Year, Private,   16,040   2,000
                                                                   provided.                                    Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                                                                                Email Address
08/03/2012   Somewhat   $3000 per        Yes   Full      No    No    Shared residence (with ACUHO-I intern)          Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Highly selective institution;           1987   480
                        summer                                       consisting of individual bedroom with single    Computer        Co-Ed            20% of our student body are
                                                                     bed, desk/chair and dresser, individual         Access,                          International Students, representing 94
                                                                     bathroom, shared kitchen.                       Recreation                       different countries;
                                                                     Meal plan consists of a stipend for meals in    Center Use,                      18% of our domestic students identify
                                                                     the Campus Center provided by Bon               Campus Email                     as students of color.
                                                                     Appetit (please note that there are 1-2 short   Address
                                                                     summer closures due to renovations and
                                                                     the dining facility is closed weekends when
                                                                     there is not a camp or conference in
                                                                     session.




August 17,   Yes        $1,000 stipend Yes     Partial   Yes   Yes   The NODA intern will be living on campus        Free Parking,   4 Year, Private                                         2,300   500
2011                    plus $500 board                              in a private residence room with personal       Computer
                        plan                                         bathroom, and access to a kitchen. Intern       Access,
                                                                     will be provided with internet, cable, and      Recreation
                                                                     phone line. S/he would need to bring a          Center Use,
                                                                     computer, tv, and phone if they desire to       Campus Email
                                                                     use these accommodations. Laundry               Address
                                                                     facilities will be of no charge. Intern would
                                                                     need to bring bed linens.




08/24/2012   Yes        at least $2000   Yes   Program   No    No    Accommodations will be in college housing       Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,                                        1057    300
                        per Summer             Only                  (residence hall) with a private bathroom        Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                     and full kitchen. During orientation            Access,
                                                                     programs all meals will be provided.            Recreation
                                                                                                                     Center Use,
                                                                                                                     Campus Email
                                                                                                                     Address
09/14/2012   Somewhat   $3500         Yes   Full      No   No   1 room with shared bath, in residence hall.   Free Parking,     Uniform, personal desk   4 Year, Public,   54,000   5,300
                                                                If intern continues into fall semester they   Computer          and computer,            Co-Ed
                                                                will be moved to off campus apartment.        Access,           StrengthsQuest
                                                                Room value $2400, Board value $900.           Recreation        assessment
                                                                                                              Center Use,
                                                                                                              Campus Email
                                                                                                              Address, Other
                                                                                                              (please use box
                                                                                                              below)




08/30/2011   Somewhat   $9 per hour   Yes   Program   No   No   The NODA intern will stay in an extended Computer                                        4 Year, Public    43000    5900
                                            Only                stay guest room in brand new Union South Access, Campus
                                                                (construction completed in 2011!). Guest Email Address
                                                                rooms include private bathroom and
                                                                kitchen, and are fully furnished.
08/17/2012   Somewhat   9.00 Hourly   Yes   Program   No   No   The Intern is provided with a basic double   Computer       4 Year, Public, Urban downtown campus   30,000   3,800
                                            Only                room with private bath. The room will be     Access,        Co-Ed, Other
                                                                partially furnished. Some meals provided     Recreation     (please use
                                                                while working with the program.              Center Use,    box below)
                                                                                                             Campus Email
                                                                                                             Address
08/31/2012   Somewhat   $4,000.00 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   A furnished, air-conditioned, apartment with Computer         4 Year, Public,   5,160 (Fall   805 (Fall 2010)
                        summer                                    full kitchen and living room area, is        Access, Campus   Co-Ed             2010)
                                                                  provided at no expense, including utilities, Email Address
                                                                  local phone service, and cable TV.

                                                                  In lieu of a dining plan, the Graduate
                                                                  Summer Intern will receive a $1,300 food
                                                                  stipend for the three months. A campus
                                                                  parking permit must be purchased.
07/16/2012   Somewhat   $3200.00 per   Yes   Program   Yes   No   Our Intern will serve as an on-campus, live-        Free Parking,   4 Year, Public,   24,500   4,000
                        Summer               Only                 in advisor for one of the residence halls that      Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                  will house incoming                                 Access,
                                                                  freshmen during Camp War Eagle. Our                 Recreation
                                                                  Intern will live in the Hall Director's             Center Use,
                                                                  apartment. The apartment consists                   Campus Email
                                                                  of a full kitchen with a full sized refrigerator,   Address
                                                                  large sitting room, large bedroom, and
                                                                  private bathroom. This
                                                                  apartment will be available for the duration
                                                                  of the internship. Meals are provided during
                                                                  the orientation
                                                                  programs only.
07/15/2012   Somewhat   Free housing      Yes   Full      No    No   Single Room in a Residence Hall                  Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Catholic University   9,000   1,000
                        and meal plan                                                                                 Computer        Co-Ed, Other
                        for duration of                                                                               Access,         (please use
                        the internship                                                                                Recreation      box below)
                                                                                                                      Center Use,
                                                                                                                      Campus Email
                                                                                                                      Address




7/20/11      Somewhat   $4500/summer      Yes   Program   Yes   No   Coastal Carolina University will provide the     Free Parking,   4 Year, Public                         9,061   2,100
                                                Only                 NODA graduate intern with a furnished            Computer
                                                                     apartment with kitchen in one of the on-         Access,
                                                                     campus residence halls. The graduate             Recreation
                                                                     student is required to stay in the residence     Center Use,
                                                                     hall during all freshman overnight               Campus Email
                                                                     orientation programs (for a total of 8 nights)   Address
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $800.00 per   Yes    Program   No   No   The NODA Intern will be provided with a             Free Parking,     Personal office in the     4 Year, Public,                                      5,506 (Fall      1,047 (Fall 2011
                        Month                Only                two bedroom, one bath, air-conditioned,             Computer          Pope Student Center        Co-Ed                                                2011             Enrollment)
                                                                 fully furnished apartment in                        Access,           equipped with a desktop                                                         Enrollment)
                                                                 on-campus housing, at the Wood Valley               Recreation        computer and phone, free
                                                                 apartment complex. The complex is a five            Center Use,       access to campus
                                                                 minute walk from the Pope Student Center,           Campus Email      personal trainer, and five
                                                                 the location of the intern's office. If an intern   Address, Other    vacation days over the
                                                                 of the same gender is selected for another          (please use box   course of the summer
                                                                 office on campus, it is possible that the           below)            taken at the intern's
                                                                 intern will serve as the NODA Intern's                                request (with the
                                                                 apartment roommate. If an intern is not                               internship coordinator's
                                                                 selected for another office, then the NODA                            approval)
                                                                 Intern will be provided a one bedroom
                                                                 apartment in the same complex. The
                                                                 apartment has a kitchen with stove top,
                                                                 oven, and refrigerator. Internet, water,
                                                                 electricity, and cable are included.
                                                                 Community washer and dryer are available
                                                                 ($2.50 total cost per load). Parking is
                                                                 available and a free parking pass will be
                                                                 provided. Some meals during orientation
                                                                 programs will be provided. The NODA
                                                                 Intern will need to provide his/her own
                                                                 telephone, personal computer, television,
                                                                 bed linens, towels, and toiletries.




08/27/2012   Yes        $3000 (summer) Yes   Program   No   No   Residential accommodations are on central Computer                                               4 Year, Private Duke University is located in Durham, Approximately   1710
                                             Only                campus of Duke University. The successful Access, Campus                                                         North Carolina, one of three cities that 13000
                                                                 intern will receive a single bedroom      Email Address                                                          comprise the Research Triangle. UNC-
                                                                 apartment complete with private bathroom,                                                                        Chapel Hill is located fifteen minutes
                                                                 kitchen and living room.                                                                                         south of Duke and NC State is thirty
                                                                                                                                                                                  minutes east (in Raleigh) of campus.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Within the Research Triangle you will
                                                                                                                                                                                  find limitless attractions, including
                                                                                                                                                                                  recreational and cultural events,
                                                                                                                                                                                  shopping, and various leisure activities.
                                                                                                                                                                                  The North Carolina beaches are
                                                                                                                                                                                  approximately two hours to the east
                                                                                                                                                                                  and the Appalachian Mountains are
                                                                                                                                                                                  located three hours west of Durham.
                                                                                                                                                                                  The Raleigh/Durham International
                                                                                                                                                                                  Airport serves the Research Triangle,
                                                                                                                                                                                  which is approximately twenty minutes
                                                                                                                                                                                  from Dukes campus.
07/27/2012   Somewhat   $3,500 per       Yes   Full      No   No   A private room in a suite style residence       Computer                                  4 Year, Public,                                            28,000          4,000
                        summer                                     hall room (another person of the same           Access                                    Co-Ed
                                                                   gender will likely be in the suite). Room is
                                                                   furnished and includes an internet
                                                                   connection, cable access, phone line, free
                                                                   laundry, and a kitchenette in each suite.
                                                                   Intern will need to provide phone, TV,
                                                                   linens and towels.




8/3/2012     Somewhat   $3,000 per       Yes   Partial   No   No   Intern will be housed on campus in a 4-         Free Parking,                             4 Year, Private,                                           5,000           1450
                        summer                                     bedroom flat with other Student Affairs         Computer                                  Co-Ed
                                                                   Summer Staff and will have his/her own          Access,
                                                                   room. Flat includes kitchen with full           Recreation
                                                                   refrigerator, stove, oven, and a furnished      Center Use,
                                                                   common room. Intern room furnished with         Campus Email
                                                                   bed, desk, and closet. A partial food           Address
                                                                   stipend will be provided for the summer.




08/10/2012   Yes        $9.50 per hour   Yes   Program   No   No   This individual will be housed free of charge   Computer        Full library privileges   4 Year, Public,    Florida Gulf Coast University is a      Approximately   Projected
                                               Only                in the residence hall used for Eagle View       Access,         Access to all campus      Co-Ed, Other       member of the State University System   12,700,         enrollment of
                                                                   Orientation. Meals are provided during all      Recreation      events and services       (please use        in the state of Florida, and was        including       2900 freshmen
                                                                   two-day EVO programs (breakfast, lunch,         Center Use,                               box below)         chartered as a regional public          graduate        is targeted for
                                                                   dinner on day one; breakfast and lunch on       Campus Email                                                 institution to serve the needs of the   students.       summer/fall
                                                                   day two).                                       Address                                                      residents of Southwest Florida.                         2012.
08/10/2012   Yes   $9.50 per hour   Yes   Program   No   No   This individual will be housed free of charge   Computer       Full library privileges   4 Year, Public, Florida Gulf Coast University is a      Approximately   Projected
                                          Only                in the residence hall used for Eagle View       Access,        Access to all campus      Co-Ed           member of the State University System   12,700,         enrollment of
                                                              Orientation. Meals are provided during all      Recreation     events and services                       in the state of Florida, and was        including       2900 is expected
                                                              two-day EVO programs (breakfast, lunch,         Center Use,                                              chartered as a regional public          graduate        for summer/fall
                                                              dinner on day one; breakfast, lunch on day      Campus Email                                             institution to serve the needs of the   students.       2012.
                                                              two).                                           Address                                                  residents of Southwest Florida.




08/10/2012   Yes   $9.50 per hour   Yes   Program   No   No   This individual will be housed free of charge   Computer       Full library privileges   4 Year, Public, Florida Gulf Coast University is a      Approximately   Projected
                                          Only                in the residence hall used for Eagle View       Access,        Access to all campus      Co-Ed           member of the State University System   12,700,         enrollment of
                                                              Orientation. Meals are provided during all      Recreation     events and services                       in the state of Florida, and was        including       2900 is expected
                                                              two-day EVO programs (breakfast, lunch,         Center Use,                                              chartered as a regional public          graduate        for summer/fall
                                                              dinner on day one; breakfast, lunch on day      Campus Email                                             institution to serve the needs of the   students.       2012.
                                                              two).                                           Address                                                  residents of Southwest Florida.
08/10/2011   Somewhat   $3000/summer   Yes   Program   No   No   Free Parking,    Parking will be covered by   4 Year, Public, Hispanic Serving Institution   approximately 4000
                                             Only                Computer         the host site; however it    Co-Ed, Other                                   46,000 students
                                                                 Access, Campus   will be paid as a            (please use
                                                                 Email Address    reimbursement to the         box below)
                                                                                  intern in addition to the
                                                                                  stipend.

                                                                                  Attempts will be make to
                                                                                  provide access to the
                                                                                  university's Recreation
                                                                                  Center, however this
                                                                                  cannot be guaranteed.
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $3000/summer   Yes    Program   No    No   The intern will be provided a single room in     Free Parking,    Travel and registration      4 Year, Public, Hispanic-Serving Institution   46000    4000
                                              Only                 a university residence hall throughout the       Computer         costs for the Southern       Co-Ed, Other
                                                                   summer. Meals will be provided during            Access, Campus   Regional Orientation         (please use
                                                                   Orientation sessions.                            Email Address,   Workshop.                    box below)
                                                                                                                    Other (please    Parking will be covered by
                                                                                                                    use box below)   the host site; however it
                                                                                                                                     will be paid as a
                                                                                                                                     reimbursement to the
                                                                                                                                     intern in
                                                                                                                                     addition to the stipend.
                                                                                                                                     Attempts will be make to
                                                                                                                                     provide access to the
                                                                                                                                     university's Recreation
                                                                                                                                     Center, however this
                                                                                                                                     cannot
                                                                                                                                     be guaranteed.




06/30/2011   Yes        $10.00 per hour Yes   Program   Yes   No   This position will be provided residence hall    Free Parking,                                 4 Year, Public,                                41,000   6,200
                                              Only                 housing in a private double-occupancy            Computer                                      Co-Ed
                                                                   room (not sharing, only                          Access,
                                                                   assigned to intern) setting and have access      Recreation
                                                                   to a private bathroom. The intern will live in   Center Use,
                                                                   the residence hall being used for overnight      Campus Email
                                                                   orientation guests (students only) and have      Address
                                                                   evening programming, supervision, and on-
                                                                   call duties. The intern will be provided
                                                                   meals during the program and have access
                                                                   to a kitchen, recreation facilities, and
                                                                   wireless Internet.
07/15/2012   Somewhat   $1500 per      Yes   Partial   No   No   Intern will live in an on-campus apartment,    Free Parking,   Meals are provided during 4 Year, Private                                            2700    820
                        summer                                   possibly sharing accommodations with an        Computer        the orientation sessions,
                                                                 ACUHO-I intern. The apartment is fully         Access,         intern will receive $1000
                                                                 furnished with living room and full kitchen.   Recreation      on a campus ID for
                                                                 Cable TV, internet, and telephone              Center Use,     additional meals.
                                                                 connections are available in each              Campus Email
                                                                 apartment.                                     Address




07/31/2011   Somewhat   $3600/summer   No    Program   No   No   We do not have residence halls, so we          Free Parking,   This internship offers you 2 Year, 4 Year,   We are primarily a two-year college      6500   2500
                                             Only                cannot provide housing. However, we are        Computer        the chance to experience Public              with a growing number of four-year
                                                                 close to Athens, GA, where many of their       Access,         a second type of college                     programs. We have two campuses; the
                                                                 College Administration students may be         Recreation      environment while                            data below is for the campus that hosts
                                                                 looking to sublet as they move away for        Center Use,     pursuing your masters                        this internship. It is our larger campus
                                                                 their own internships. Dr. Ray will work to    Campus Email    degree. By working at                        located in Gainesville, GA.
                                                                 connect you with these students.               Address         GSC, you will gain
                                                                                                                                expertise in community
                                                                                                                                colleges, which could
                                                                                                                                prove valuable in your job
                                                                                                                                search later not every
                                                                                                                                masters graduate can
                                                                                                                                claim familiarity with both
                                                                                                                                community colleges and
                                                                                                                                large research
                                                                                                                                institutions! In addition,
                                                                                                                                our flexible and
                                                                                                                                responsive style at GSC
                                                                                                                                will allow you to have a
                                                                                                                                real impact on the SOAR
                                                                                                                                program. You will have
                                                                                                                                the chance to meet with
                                                                                                                                and learn from a wide
                                                                                                                                variety of student affairs
                                                                                                                                professionals, so there is
                                                                                                                                the opportunity for
                                                                                                                                valuable mentorship
                                                                                                                                experiences as well as.
                                                                                                                                Finally, GSC is
                                                                                                                                convenient to Athens, GA,
                                                                                                                                to the Northeast Georgia
                                                                                                                                Mountains, and to Atlanta.
07/27/2011   Somewhat   $2900.00 per   Yes   Partial   Yes   No   Apartment in a residence hall. Laundry   Free Parking,     Office space provided.   4 Year, Public,   20,000   3,500
                        summer                                    machines free of charge.                 Computer                                   Co-Ed
                                                                                                           Access,
                                                                                                           Recreation
                                                                                                           Center Use,
                                                                                                           Campus Email
                                                                                                           Address, Other
                                                                                                           (please use box
                                                                                                           below)
08/16/2011   Somewhat   $3,500         Yes   Program   No   No   On-campus housing is an essential            Computer        Parking and Rec Center      4 Year, Public,    20,000   2650
                                             Only                component of the NODA internship, due to Access, Campus      use are additional costs,   Co-Ed
                                                                 the nature of the position, including        Email Address   but the stipend has been
                                                                 oversight of evening programming,                            adjusted to cover these
                                                                 overnight on-call duties and crisis response                 fees.
                                                                 and management. The interns will be
                                                                 provided housing during the length of the
                                                                 internship. The accommodations are
                                                                 typically a multi-room apartment with
                                                                 access to a private bedroom, bathroom,
                                                                 shared common space and a kitchen.




08/27/2012   No         $2750/summer   Yes   Partial   No   No   Accommodations include a furnished           Free Parking,                               4 Year, Private,   3200     600
                                                                 apartment with a full kitchen, private       Computer                                    Co-Ed
                                                                 bedroom, and semi-private bathroom. The      Access,
                                                                 common space could be shared with up to      Recreation
                                                                 three other graduate students. A meal plan   Center Use,
                                                                 consisting of 15 meals per week that can     Campus Email
                                                                 be used when dining facilities are in        Address
                                                                 operation.
12/27/2012   Somewhat   $2,500.00/summ Yes     Program   No   No   Orientation Interns will be provided           Free Parking,     2 Year, 4 Year,    2200     650
                        er                     Only                accomodations in a private air-conditioned     Computer          Private, Co-Ed
                                                                   apartment style residence hall. The            Access,
                                                                   apartment has a full bathroom and full         Recreation
                                                                   kitchen. Interns will need to provide their    Center Use,
                                                                   own linens and toiletries. During              Campus Email
                                                                   orientation sessions, the intern must reside   Address, Other
                                                                   in the same building as the orientation        (please use box
                                                                   attendees for supervision. Meals are           below)
                                                                   available during orientation sessions.




07/31/2012   Somewhat   $300.00 weekly   Yes   Partial   No   No   The New Student Orientation Coordinator        Free Parking,     4 Year, Private,   2,965    879
                                                                   will have a private apartment (possibly        Computer          Co-Ed
                                                                   shared with another campus intern) in one      Access,
                                                                   of the University residence halls. The         Recreation
                                                                   apartment will be equipped with a kitchen,     Center Use,
                                                                   living room, private bedroom and bathroom.     Campus Email
                                                                                                                  Address




07/15/2012   Yes        $1000.00 per     Yes   Partial   No   No   Lodging will be in a private residence hall    Free Parking,     4 Year             10,650   1520
                        summer                                     room with shared bath (suite style bath)       Computer
                                                                                                                  Access,
                                                                                                                  Recreation
                                                                                                                  Center Use
08/17/2012   Yes        $5000 per     Yes   Partial    No   No   Room: This position is required to live on     Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Affliated with the Lutheran Church.   1100     350
                        summer                                   campus. Housing will be in suite style         Computer        Co-Ed, Other
                                                                 facility with private bathroom and access to   Access,         (please use
                                                                 free laundry. Private Suite also contains      Recreation      box below)
                                                                 kitchen space including sink, cabinets, and    Center Use,
                                                                 full size refrigerator. However, there is no   Campus Email
                                                                 stove.                                         Address

                                                                 Board: $500 to be used throughout the
                                                                 summer in on campus dining facility during
                                                                 non-orientation days. The Dining facility is
                                                                 typically only open for lunch during the
                                                                 summer. However, summer hours have yet
                                                                 to be determined as of this posting. Board
                                                                 money is not used during the orientation
                                                                 program.




08/10/2012   Somewhat   $2500.00/summ Yes   Partial,   No   No   The NODA Intern will reside in an              Free Parking,   4 Year, Public,                                        16,000   2,200
                        er                  Program              apartment style, air-conditioned residence     Computer        Co-Ed
                                            Only                 hall. There is one bedroom, bath, small        Access,
                                                                 kitchenette and cable-ready living room in     Recreation
                                                                 the space, and it is partially furnished.      Center Use,
                                                                 Intern will need to provide their own          Campus Email
                                                                 telephone, computer, television, bed linens,   Address
                                                                 towels and toiletries. All meals during
                                                                 Orientation Programs will be provided. And
                                                                 a few group dinners outside of each
                                                                 orientation program.
08/03/2012   Yes        $2,450 per   Yes   Full      No   No   Position includes a spacious single room        Free Parking,   Campus is located about   4 Year, Private, NSU is considered a hispanic serving   28,547   884
                        summer                                 with private bath,kitchen and free access to    Computer        15 minutes from           Co-Ed, Other     institution with over 50% of our
                                                               laundry room. This position would also be       Access,         Downtown Fort             (please use      students being hispanic or latino/a.
                                                               awarded $500 on their Sharkcard for meals       Recreation      Lauderdale and beaches.   box below)
                                                               on campus, as well as a gym/pool                Center Use
                                                               membership at the RecPlex on campus.




08/21/2012   Somewhat   $3,000 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   The intern will be provided with housing.       Free Parking,                             4 Year, Private                                         1,100    350
                        summer                                 He/she will have own his/her bedroom            Computer
                                                               within an apartment and will either have        Access,
                                                               their own apartment or share and                Recreation
                                                               apartment with another intern of the same       Center Use,
                                                               gender. Meals are provided when summer          Campus Email
                                                               school is in session. Intern will have access   Address
                                                               to a kitchen.
07/31/2012   No         $2,800/summer    Yes   Partial   No   No   Ridgecrest South features two and four-          Free Parking,    Opportunity to attend      4 Year, Public,    31,747   5,772
                                                                   bedroom suites in a 966-bed coed                 Computer         SROW (Southern Region Co-Ed
                                                                   residence hall located near Lakeside Dining      Access, Campus   Orientation Workshop)
                                                                   and the Ferguson Center (student union,          Email Address    March 9-11 in Charlotte,
                                                                   where Orientation is held). Community                             North Carolina. Intern
                                                                   kitchens, laundry facilities, and classroom                       would be responsible to
                                                                   space are located in Ridgecrest South. The                        getting to Tuscaloosa, AL;
                                                                   NODA intern will be housed in the same                            all other costs would be
                                                                   area as the Parent Ambassador team in                             covered. Other
                                                                   Ridgecrest South. This is where guests                            perks/opportunities are
                                                                   attending orientation are also housed, in a                       available as well.
                                                                   different part of the hall from where the
                                                                   team is located.




07/06/2012   Somewhat   10 dollars per   Yes   Partial   No   No   Intern will live on-campus in a single           Free Parking,    Different items of clothing 4 Year, Public,   13,951   3,569
                        hour                                       residence hall room with a private               Computer         will be provided.           Co-Ed
                                                                   bathroom. Rooms are equipped with                Access,
                                                                   bedroom and desk furniture and are               Recreation
                                                                   internet ready using Ethernet port or            Center Use
                                                                   wireless. The room will be available for the
                                                                   duration of the internship. A meal stiped
                                                                   will be provided for the intern to cover those
                                                                   meals not covered during orientation.
08/03/2012   Somewhat   2,500 per        Yes   Partial   No   No   The candidate will be provided with an on   Free Parking,   4 Year, Public,   approximately   approximately
                        summer                                     campus room and a $300 meal voucher for     Computer        Co-Ed             12,000          1,200 (fall)
                                                                   the summer. Meals during programs and       Access,
                                                                   events will be provided also.               Recreation
                                                                                                               Center Use




08/01/2011   Somewhat   $2,500 stipend   Yes   Program   No   No   Housing on campus in a private room,        Computer        4 Year, Public,   18,000          2,500
                        per summer             Only                some meals during program, computer         Access,         Co-Ed
                                                                   access, recreation center use, and campus   Recreation
                                                                   e-mail address provided.                    Center Use,
                                                                                                               Campus Email
                                                                                                               Address
8/10/2012    Somewhat   0             Yes   Partial   No   No   Housing throughout the summer will be        Free Parking,  Laundry Card   4 Year, Private   6738     1674 (Fall 2011)
                                                                provided. Generally all summer interns who   Computer
                                                                require housing share an on-campus           Access, Campus
                                                                apartment. Each apartment has single         Email Address,
                                                                rooms with a shared kitchen, living area,    Other (please
                                                                and bathroom                                 use box below)




07/31/2012   No         $2800.00/summ Yes   Partial   No   No   Ridgecrest South features two and four-     Free Parking,                  4 Year, Public,   31,747   5,772
                        er                                      bedroom suites in a 966-bed coed            Computer                       Co-Ed
                                                                residence hall located near Lakeside Dining Access
                                                                and the Ferguson Center. Community
                                                                kitchens, laundry facilities, and classroom
                                                                space are located in Ridgecrest South.
                                                                Honors Housing is located in the North
                                                                Tower, while the South Tower is open to
                                                                freshmen and upperclassmen.
08/11/2012   Somewhat   2600.00 per   Yes   Program   No   No   On-campus suite in residence hall will have Free Parking,        4 Year, Public,   17500    1600
                        summer              Only                cable, internet, and in-suite kitchen.      Computer             Co-Ed
                                                                                                            Access,
                                                                                                            Recreation
                                                                                                            Center Use,
                                                                                                            Campus Email
                                                                                                            Address




07/25/2012   No         $3,500 per    Yes   Program   No   No   The intern will live in university housing for   Free Parking,   4 Year, Public,   58,000   6,400
                        Summer              Only                the entire summer program and will have          Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                their own room. He/she will be living in the     Access,
                                                                same hall as the orientation leaders and         Recreation
                                                                will supervise their daily activities. Meals     Center Use,
                                                                will be provided during all orientation          Campus Email
                                                                sessions and most of training prior to           Address
                                                                orientation.
08/03/2012   Somewhat   $2236 per     Yes   Partial   No    No   Staying in university residence hall      Computer         4 Year, Public,   35,000   5000-5500
                        summer                                   apartment, meal plan included.            Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                                                                           Email Address




08/13/12     Yes        $2500.00/summ Yes   Partial   Yes   No   Intern will be staying in our on-campus    Free Parking,   4 Year, Public    16,000   2,200
                        er                                       summer Housing facility. Access to laundry Computer
                                                                 available.                                 Access,
                                                                                                            Recreation
                                                                                                            Center Use
07/31/2012   Somewhat   $2000 summer   Yes   Program   No   No   Furnished double room as a single in a            Free Parking,   Consideration will be      4 Year, Private   22,000   2600
                                             Only                traditional residence hall.                       Computer        given to helping to cover
                                                                                                                   Access,         costs related to attending
                                                                                                                   Recreation      the Region VI conference
                                                                                                                   Center Use      (SROW, March 8-11,
                                                                                                                                   2012)




08/10/2012   Yes        2800.00 per    Yes   Partial   No   No   The NODA Intern will reside in the                Free Parking,                              4 Year, Public,   22,725   2523
                        Summer                                   Orientation residence hall in a traditional,      Computer                                   Co-Ed
                                                                 private room with shared private bathroom         Access,
                                                                 for the duration of the internship. Intern will   Recreation
                                                                 need to provide own computer, television,         Center Use,
                                                                 bed linens, towels, toiletries, and other         Campus Email
                                                                 items desired in room. Meals are provided         Address
                                                                 during the Orientation program, and on-
                                                                 campus dining dollars are also provided to
                                                                 cover some meals during breaks. Parking
                                                                 and access to Campus Recreation facilities
                                                                 will also be provided.
08/03/2012   Somewhat   3,000 dollars per Yes   Program   No   No   The intern will be provided a single, air-    Computer          The graduate interns will 4 Year, Public,   27,000   4,000
                        summer                  Only                conditioned room in a traditional residence   Access,           have the opportunity to      Co-Ed
                                                                    hall. Rooms are on a hall floor with a        Recreation        participate in a weekly
                                                                    community bathroom shared with student        Center Use,       seminar comprised of
                                                                    Orientation staff and student participants.   Campus Email      graduate interns within
                                                                    Some meals will be provided during            Address           Student Affairs at UNC-
                                                                    orientation sessions. Parking is available;                     CH as well as from
                                                                    however, the Intern must purchase a                             nearby institutions. The
                                                                    parking permit.                                                 seminar provides
                                                                                                                                    opportunities for interns to
                                                                                                                                    identify and develop
                                                                                                                                    personal, academic and
                                                                                                                                    career goals, enhance
                                                                                                                                    research and presentation
                                                                                                                                    skills, develop an
                                                                                                                                    understanding of student
                                                                                                                                    affairs within the context
                                                                                                                                    of higher education,
                                                                                                                                    connect theory to practice
                                                                                                                                    and network with
                                                                                                                                    colleagues and staff at
                                                                                                                                    UNC-CH and local
                                                                                                                                    institutions.




08/03/2012   Somewhat   3,000 dollars per Yes   Program   No   No   The intern will be provided a single, air-    Computer          The graduate interns will 4 Year, Public,   27,000   4,000
                        summer                  Only                conditioned room in a traditional residence   Access,           participate in a weekly      Co-Ed
                                                                    hall. Rooms are on a hall floor with a        Recreation        seminar comprised of
                                                                    community bathroom shared with student        Center Use,       graduate interns within
                                                                    Orientation staff and student participants.   Campus Email      Student Affairs at UNC-
                                                                    Some meals will be provided during            Address, Other    CH as well as from
                                                                    orientation sessions. Parking is available;   (please use box   nearby institutions. The
                                                                    however, the Intern must purchase a           below)            seminar provides
                                                                    parking permit.                                                 opportunities for interns to
                                                                                                                                    identify and develop
                                                                                                                                    personal, academic and
                                                                                                                                    career goals, enhance
                                                                                                                                    research and presentation
                                                                                                                                    skills, develop an
                                                                                                                                    understanding of student
                                                                                                                                    affairs within the context
                                                                                                                                    of higher education,
                                                                                                                                    connect theory to practice
                                                                                                                                    and network with
                                                                                                                                    colleagues and staff at
                                                                                                                                    UNC-CH and local
                                                                                                                                    institutions.
08/04/2012   Somewhat   $1800/month    Yes   Full      No   No   Interns are provide their own room in an       Computer         Paid registration,       4 Year, Public,   25,500   3300
                                                                 suite style room. Individuals are provided a   Access, Campus   conference housing, and Co-Ed
                                                                 $400 meal stipend for use in on-campus         Email Address,   conference meals for the
                                                                 dining facilities. Meals during orientation    Other (please    2012 Southern Regional
                                                                 counselor training and during the              use box below)   Orientation Workshop
                                                                 orientation program are provided free. No                       (SROW). SROW 2012 is
                                                                 accommodations are available for children,                      hosted by UNC Charlotte,
                                                                 spouses, partners, pets, etc.                                   so additional volunteer
                                                                                                                                 and leadership
                                                                                                                                 opportunities are also
                                                                                                                                 available.




06/27/2011   Somewhat   $2400.00 per   Yes   Program   No   No   The SOAR Graduate Intern will live in the     Free Parking,                              4 Year, Private   1500     490
                        summer               Only                SOAR summer housing facility. UPIKE           Computer
                                                                 provides a single room with a community       Access
                                                                 bathroom for the intern. Basic amenities will
                                                                 be included.
08/01/12     No         $3000.00    Yes   Program   No   No   The intern will be housed in an apartment Computer            4 Year, Public,   47000    4170
                                          Only                style residence hall that will include their Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                              own bedroom. They will possibly be housed Email Address
                                                              with other interns and/or professional staff
                                                              during sessions. The apartment style room
                                                              will include a kitchen with electric range
                                                              and refrigerator. The intern will need to
                                                              provide utensils, dishes, etc. Additionally,
                                                              the intern will also be provided with a $175
                                                              declining balance meal plan to utilize
                                                              outside of sessions.




07/13/2012   Somewhat   $2500 per   Yes   Program   No   No   A single room in a suite-style campus     Computer            4 Year, Public,   26,000   4200
                        summer            Only                residence hall will be provided for the   Access, Campus      Co-Ed
                                                              duration of the internship dates; Some    Email Address
                                                              meals may be provided during the summer
                                                              orientation sessions but it is not
                                                              guaranteed. Parking permits are available
                                                              for a small fee.
07/13/2012   Somewhat   $2500 per     Yes    Program   No    No   A single room in a suite-style campus            Computer         4 Year, Public,   26,000   4200
                        summer               Only                 residence hall will be provided for the          Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                                  duration of the internship dates; The intern     Email Address
                                                                  can purchase a campus parking permit for
                                                                  a small fee.




07/30/2012   Yes        $1,500.00/summ Yes   Program   Yes   No   The intern will live in University housing on-   Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,   12,000   1,400
                        er                   Only                 campus as a live-in advisor to the               Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                  Orientation Leaders and Student                  Access,
                                                                  Coordinators. He/she will have his/her own       Recreation
                                                                  room which includes a private bath and a         Center Use,
                                                                  micro fridge. Meals will be provided during      Campus Email
                                                                  all two-day New Student Orientations (four       Address
                                                                  meals/session) and all one-day Transfer
                                                                  Orientations (one meal/session).
                                                                  Partner/spouse housing is available;
                                                                  however, no meals will be available for
                                                                  those individuals.




07/30/2012   Yes        $1,500.00/summ Yes   Program   Yes   No   The intern will live in University housing on-   Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,   12,000   1,400
                        er                   Only                 campus as a live-in advisor to the               Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                  Orientation Leaders and Student                  Access,
                                                                  Coordinators. He/she will have his/her own       Recreation
                                                                  room which includes a private bath and a         Center Use,
                                                                  micro fridge. Meals will be provided during      Campus Email
                                                                  all two-day New Student Orientations (four       Address
                                                                  meals/session) and all one-day Transfer
                                                                  Orientations (one meal/session).
                                                                  Partner/spouse housing is available;
                                                                  however, no meals will be available for
                                                                  those individuals.
8/3/12       Yes   $2,500 per       Yes   Program   No   No   Room will be apartment style, furnished in a   Free Parking,   4 Year            6,000   600
                   summer                 Only                residence hall. Room has full kitchen          Computer
                                                              consisting of stove, full size refrigerator,   Access,
                                                              and microwave. Room has private bath,          Recreation
                                                              internet access, cable and phone hook-ups,     Center Use
                                                              and laundry facilities on the floor. Suite
                                                              may be shared with other Graduate Interns.




08/10/2012   Yes   $700 per month   Yes   Full      No   No   Housing throughout the summer will be          Free Parking,   4 Year, Private   2,529   525-550
                                                              provided. Generally all graduate staff         Computer
                                                              members share an on-campus apartment.          Access,
                                                              Each apartment has a single rooms with a       Recreation
                                                              shared kitchen and living area.                Center Use,
                                                                                                             Campus Email
                                                                                                             Address
07/20/2012   Yes        $2,000 stipend   Yes   Partial   No   No   The Intern will be provided with on-campus Computer           Orientation polo shirts,  4 Year, Public,   15,000   3,500
                        for the summer                             living arrangements (specific arrangements Access, Campus     Orientation t-shirts, a   Co-Ed
                                                                   will be finalized in spring 2012). The Intern Email Address   magnetic nametag, and a
                                                                   may share an apartment with other                             messenger bag will be
                                                                   graduate level or professional staff (though                  provided to the Intern. A
                                                                   the Intern will have his/her own bedroom).                    computer will be provided
                                                                   The on-campus apartment is air-                               for use during the
                                                                   conditioned and consists of a kitchen with                    internship. The intern
                                                                   refrigerator, living room area, furnished                     may also have the
                                                                   bedroom, and bathroom. Internet, water,                       opportunity to drive the
                                                                   electricity, and cable are included.                          office golf cart during
                                                                   Community washers and dryers are                              orientation.
                                                                   available within the building ($2.25 per load
                                                                   to wash & dry). The Intern will be provided
                                                                   with a partial meal plan (in a declining
                                                                   balance format) to use during orientation
                                                                   sessions. The Intern will need to provide
                                                                   his/her own television, bed linens, towels,
                                                                   and toiletries.




08/04/2012   Somewhat   $1000 for the    Yes   Full      No   No   Bobcat Student Orientation will provide      Free Parking,                              4 Year, Public,   20,295   4,094
                        summer                                     room and board to the NODA Orientation       Computer                                   Co-Ed
                                                                   Intern. The intern will receive one single   Access
                                                                   occupancy residence hall room, the exact
                                                                   hall is still to be determined. We will
                                                                   provide the intern with a linen packet which
                                                                   includes: single bed sheets, a pillow, a
                                                                   pillowcase, a blanket, and towels. We do
                                                                   encourage you to bring your own linens and
                                                                   an extra blanket.

                                                                   Board will include breakfast lunch and
                                                                   dinner during the orientation program and
                                                                   training. Breakfast and lunch will be
                                                                   provided via conference cash and can be
                                                                   used at all three Baker dining locations -
                                                                   West 82, Latitude 39, and the Front Room
                                                                   (a coffee shop). Dinner will be provided at
                                                                   an on-campus dining facility. Weekend
                                                                   meals will also be provided at the dining
                                                                   facility.
07/19/2012   Somewhat   $3,500 per    Yes    Program   No   No   An apartment within the Residence Hall will       Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,                                            ~40,000   6,300
                        summer               Only                be provided with a full Kitchen. No meals         Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                 are provided during program, therefore the        Access, Campus
                                                                 intern will be responsible for all of their own   Email Address
                                                                 food.




08/24/2012   Yes        $3000 (summer) Yes   Program   No   No   The intern will have a single room provided Computer               4 Year, Private, The University of Dayton is a Catholic,   7,310     1,970
                        prorated             Only                in an on-campus residence hall. Meals will Access, Campus          Co-Ed, Other     Marianist institution.
                                                                 only be provided during the first year camp Email Address          (please use
                                                                 and some Orientation events.                                       box below)
8/17/2012    Yes        $375 per week   Yes   Program   No   No   The NODA Intern will be provided with a         Free Parking,   4 Year, Public   In fall 2011, students came from 89    10,702   2,098
                                              Only                two bedroom, two bath, air-conditioned,         Computer                         Indiana counties, 43 other states, and
                                                                  fully furnished apartment in on-campus          Access,                          60 other nations. 59.6% of students
                                                                  housing. If an intern of the same gender is     Recreation                       come from southwestern Indiana
                                                                  selected for another office on campus, it is    Center Use,                      counties. We house 3000 of the 10,700
                                                                  possible that the intern will serve as the      Campus Email                     students in on campus apartments and
                                                                  NODA Intern's apartment roommate. The           Address                          residence halls.
                                                                  apartment is equipped with full kitchen,
                                                                  including range and oven, full-sized
                                                                  refrigerator/freezer, sink, garbage disposal,
                                                                  and cabinets. Internet, water, electricity,
                                                                  local phone and basic cable are included.
                                                                  Community washer and dryer are available
                                                                  on campus. Complimentary access will be
                                                                  provided to the on-campus fitness center
                                                                  and indoor pool. Parking is available and a
                                                                  free parking pass will be provided. Meals
                                                                  during orientation programs and training
                                                                  will be provided. The NODA Intern will need
                                                                  to provide his/her own kitchen items,
                                                                  personal computer, television, lamps, bed
                                                                  linens, towels, and toiletries.




08/22/2012   Somewhat   $2500 per       Yes   Partial   No   No   Through August 1, the Intern will be housed     Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Liberal Arts                          1800      560
                        summer                                    in a private on-campus (within residence        Computer        Co-Ed, Other     Lutheran-affiliated
                                                                  hall) furnished apartment which includes a      Access,         (please use
                                                                  private bathroom, kitchenette, air              Recreation      box below)
                                                                  conditioning, and wireless internet             Center Use,
                                                                  connection. After August 1 (when                Campus Email
                                                                  Residence Life staff moves back in), the        Address
                                                                  intern will move into a single residence hall
                                                                  room with shared bathrooms. A limited
                                                                  dining hall meal plan is provided (breakfast,
                                                                  lunch, dinner Monday-Friday and brunch
                                                                  and dinner on weekends). During OA
                                                                  Training and New Student Days, all meals
                                                                  will be provided. Pets are not permitted.
                                                                  Parking is provided and is available on
                                                                  campus.
08/22/2012   No         $3800 paid over Yes   Program   No   No   Housing will be provided in university       Free Parking,    4 Year, Private Jesuit Catholic University   Approximately   Approximately
                        June, July, and       Only                housing facilities, to be determined based   Computer                                                      4,500           1,100
                        August + $800                             on summer conference occupancy.              Access, Campus
                        food grant +                                                                           Email Address
                        housing




08/24/12     Somewhat   $12.50 Hourly   No    Program   No   No   While the orientation programs are not in    Computer         4 Year, Private,                             7,000           1,600
                                              Only                session, GA can choose to live on- or off-   Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                                  campus. The University                       Email Address
                                                                  and surrounding areas provide a variety of
                                                                  living options for our GA, including on-
                                                                  campus intern housing; the stipend is
                                                                  designed to allow GA flexibility in living
                                                                  preference. The Assistant Director will work
                                                                  with GA throughout the spring to find and
                                                                  establish summer living arrangements.
                                                                  Housing is required in one of American
                                                                  University's on-campus apartment buildings
                                                                  during Eagle Summit Sessions, June 18-
                                                                  July 17, 2011. Graduate Assistant will
                                                                  receive a single room in an apartment, with
                                                                  shared kitchen and bath. Meals provided
                                                                  during orientation sessions.
08/26/2012   Yes   $3,000 for the   Yes   Program   No   No   On campus housing with bed, dresser,            Free Parking,     Drew University is a short, 4 Year, Private,   About Drew University:                     2,000   500
                   summer                 Only                desk, chair, internet and cable hook-up.        Computer          45-minute train ride into   Co-Ed                  Distinctive features of the curriculum
                                                              Laundry facilities in the building as well as   Access,           New York City, with                            include an emphasis on
                                                              a kitchen.                                      Recreation        benefits of living in                          global/international education and on
                                                                                                              Center Use,       beautiful Madison, New                         experiential, hands-on learning.
                                                                                                              Campus Email      Jersey. Downtown                               International and global perspectives
                                                                                                              Address, Other    Madison with small                             permeate many areas of the
                                                                                                              (please use box   business owners, shops,                        curriculum. Study abroad is
                                                                                                              below)            movies, restaurants, etc.                      encouraged both through three-week
                                                                                                                                is a 10 minute walk from                       Drew International Seminars, designed
                                                                                                                                campus.                                        particularly for sophomores, and
                                                                                                                                                                               through semester and summer
                                                                                                                                                                               programs in Europe, Asia and Africa.
                                                                                                                                                                               Such programs, as well as off-campus
                                                                                                                                                                               programs at the United Nations, on
                                                                                                                                                                               Wall Street and in Washington and
                                                                                                                                                                               New York, provide students with the
                                                                                                                                                                               opportunity to connect classroom study
                                                                                                                                                                               with on-site observation and
                                                                                                                                                                               application. Such experiential learning
                                                                                                                                                                               is also provided through internships,
                                                                                                                                                                               laboratory and field research, and
                                                                                                                                                                               studio and performance work in the
                                                                                                                                                                               arts.
                                                                                                                                                                                   The first liberal arts college to
                                                                                                                                                                               provide every student a computer,
                                                                                                                                                                               Drew now integrates computers and
                                                                                                                                                                               computing across the curriculum.
                                                                                                                                                                               Network access is available throughout
                                                                                                                                                                               the campus in classrooms and
                                                                                                                                                                               residence hall rooms, and a range of
                                                                                                                                                                               technologies supports the work of
                                                                                                                                                                               students and faculty in lecture halls,
                                                                                                                                                                               laboratories, performance spaces,
                                                                                                                                                                               seminar rooms and the library.
                                                                                                                                                                                   As a residential liberal arts college,
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $2,500.00 work    Yes   Program   No   No   The graduate intern will be provided on-      Free Parking,     Professional development 4 Year, Private,   23,500+   3,000+
                        stipend +               Only                campus housing throughout the internship.     Computer          opportunities are           Co-Ed
                        $500.00 meal                                One double occupancy room in an on-           Access,           available through Lunch &
                        stipend =                                   campus residence hall is provided during      Recreation        Learn workshops
                        $3,000.00 (pre-                             the spring term (05/21/2012 - 06/17/2012)     Center Use,       facilitated by professional
                        tax) total                                  with the ability to move to a single          Campus Email      staff members from
                                                                    occupancy room for the summer term            Address, Other    various student affairs
                                                                    (06/17/2012 08/10/2012). Meals are            (please use box   functional areas. This
                                                                    provided during New Student Orientation       below)            intern works closely with
                                                                    sessions only. An additional $500.00 is                         two other graduate interns
                                                                    added to the $2,500.00 stipend to cover the                     in the NSFP office and
                                                                    cost of meals throughout the summer. The                        several other interns in
                                                                    position pays approximately $1,000.00 (pre-                     the offices of Fraternity
                                                                    tax) at the end of June, July, and August.                      and Sorority Life,
                                                                                                                                    University Housing, and
                                                                                                                                    Conference Services.
                                                                                                                                    This pseudo-cohort of
                                                                                                                                    other interns can serve as
                                                                                                                                    a support network and
                                                                                                                                    social outlet for our
                                                                                                                                    interns. This position also
                                                                                                                                    provides graduate interns
                                                                                                                                    with the unique
                                                                                                                                    opportunity to experience
                                                                                                                                    campus life at full
                                                                                                                                    capacity with our spring
                                                                                                                                    term extending through
                                                                                                                                    the first month of the
                                                                                                                                    internship.
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $2,500.00 work    Yes   Program   No   No   The graduate intern will be provided on-      Free Parking,     Professional development 4 Year, Private,   23,500+   3,000+
                        stipend +               Only                campus housing throughout the internship.     Computer          opportunities are           Co-Ed
                        $500.00 meal                                One double occupancy room in an on-           Access,           available through Lunch &
                        stipend =                                   campus residence hall is provided during      Recreation        Learn workshops
                        $3,000.00 (pre-                             the spring term (05/21/2012 - 06/17/2012)     Center Use,       facilitated by professional
                        tax) total                                  with the ability to move to a single          Campus Email      staff members from
                                                                    occupancy room for the summer term            Address, Other    various student affairs
                                                                    (06/17/2012 08/10/2012). Meals are            (please use box   functional areas. This
                                                                    provided during New Student Orientation       below)            intern works closely with
                                                                    sessions only. An additional $500.00 is                         two other graduate interns
                                                                    added to the $2,500.00 stipend to cover the                     in the NSFP office and
                                                                    cost of meals throughout the summer. The                        several other interns in
                                                                    position pays approximately $1,000.00 (pre-                     the offices of Fraternity
                                                                    tax) at the end of June, July, and August.                      and Sorority Life,
                                                                                                                                    University Housing, and
                                                                                                                                    Conference Services.
                                                                                                                                    This pseudo-cohort of
                                                                                                                                    other interns can serve as
                                                                                                                                    a support network and
                                                                                                                                    social outlet for our
                                                                                                                                    interns. This position also
                                                                                                                                    provides graduate interns
                                                                                                                                    with the unique
                                                                                                                                    opportunity to experience
                                                                                                                                    campus life at full
                                                                                                                                    capacity with our spring
                                                                                                                                    term extending through
                                                                                                                                    the first month of the
                                                                                                                                    internship.
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $2,500.00 work    Yes   Program   No   No   The graduate intern will be provided on-      Free Parking,     Professional development 4 Year, Private,   23,500+   3,000+
                        stipend +               Only                campus housing throughout the internship.     Computer          opportunities are           Co-Ed
                        $500.00 meal                                One double occupancy room in an on-           Access,           available through Lunch &
                        stipend =                                   campus residence hall is provided during      Recreation        Learn workshops
                        $3,000.00 (pre-                             the spring term (05/21/2012 - 06/17/2012)     Center Use,       facilitated by professional
                        tax) total                                  with the ability to move to a single          Campus Email      staff members from
                                                                    occupancy room for the summer term            Address, Other    various student affairs
                                                                    (06/17/2012 08/10/2012). Meals are            (please use box   functional areas. This
                                                                    provided during New Student Orientation       below)            intern works closely with
                                                                    sessions only. An additional $500.00 is                         two other graduate interns
                                                                    added to the $2,500.00 stipend to cover the                     in the NSFP office and
                                                                    cost of meals throughout the summer. The                        several other interns in
                                                                    position pays approximately $1,000.00 (pre-                     the offices of Fraternity
                                                                    tax) at the end of June, July, and August.                      and Sorority Life,
                                                                                                                                    University Housing, and
                                                                                                                                    Conference Services.
                                                                                                                                    This pseudo-cohort of
                                                                                                                                    other interns can serve as
                                                                                                                                    a support network and
                                                                                                                                    social outlet for our
                                                                                                                                    interns. This position also
                                                                                                                                    provides graduate interns
                                                                                                                                    with the unique
                                                                                                                                    opportunity to experience
                                                                                                                                    campus life at full
                                                                                                                                    capacity with our spring
                                                                                                                                    term extending through
                                                                                                                                    the first month of the
                                                                                                                                    internship.




08/03/2012   Yes        $3,750/summer     Yes   Partial   No   No   The NODA interns will share an on-campus      Computer                                    4 Year, Public    32,562    2,603
                                                                    apartment with one another or a Mason         Access,
                                                                    intern(s). Each intern will have a private    Recreation
                                                                    room within the apartment. The apartment      Center Use,
                                                                    comes with a full kitchen and common          Campus Email
                                                                    living space. There are laundry facilities    Address
                                                                    and additional common room space on
                                                                    each floor. Meals will be provided during
                                                                    Orientation programs and periodically
                                                                    throughout training. Each intern will also
                                                                    receive a $250 declining balance meal
                                                                    plan.
08/05/2012   Yes        $3000 summer     Yes   Program   No    No   Accommodations will be provided in a           Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Highly Selective Institution   4700    1200
                                               Only                 newly renovated University Residence hall      Computer        Co-Ed, Other
                                                                    apartment to share with another graduate       Access,         (please use
                                                                    intern in residence life. Intern will have a   Recreation      box below)
                                                                    single room and will share the bathroom.       Center Use,
                                                                    Apartment is fully furnished and includes a    Campus Email
                                                                    TV, microwave, kitchen supplies, an iron       Address
                                                                    and basic cookware. All you have to do is
                                                                    move in! A meal stipend will be provided
                                                                    upon arrival. Apartment is within walking
                                                                    distance of many local eateries, a grocery
                                                                    store and the bus terminal to Philadelphia
                                                                    and New York City.




07/27/2012   Somewhat   $332.50/week *   Yes   Full      No    No   Private bedroom in a University apartment;     Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Catholic                       3600    420
                        11 weeks =                                  within easy walking distance to local          Computer        Co-Ed, Other
                        $3657.50                                    restaurants and shops; university shuttle to   Access,         (please use
                                                                    DC Metro stop; easy driving distance to        Recreation      box below)
                                                                    several grocery stores. Meals available in     Center Use,
                                                                    dining hall.                                   Campus Email
                                                                                                                   Address




08/03/12     Somewhat   $9.75 per hour   Yes   Partial   Yes   No   One bedroom apartment (with kitchen) will      Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,                                6,000   1000
                                                                    be provided throughout internship. Meals       Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                    will be provided during training and           Access,
                                                                    orientation programming, declining balance     Recreation
                                                                    card will be provided for meals outside of     Center Use,
                                                                    programming dates.                             Campus Email
                                                                                                                   Address
08/03/2012   Somewhat   2500.00   Yes   Partial   No   No   Partial meals are provided. Breakfast and       Free Parking,    Graduate students will be 4 Year, Public,   18,000   2,300
                                                            lunch will be provided during training which    Computer         responsible for paying for Co-Ed
                                                            occurs prior to the Orientation programs.       Access, Campus   their parking permits for
                                                            Meals will be provided during the               Email Address,   the summer upon arrival,
                                                            Orientation program. Housing                    Other (please    which generally run about
                                                            arrangements will be determined by our          use box below)   $60, but will be
                                                            office of Residential Education & Services.                      reimbursed.
                                                            Housing will either be apartment-style or a
                                                            residence hall room. Graduate Interns                            Graduate Interns can pay
                                                            (GIs) will have individual rooms. If GIs are                     to join the Campus
                                                            placed in an apartment, they will have                           Recreation Center, but a
                                                            individual rooms and share the common                            small fitness facility
                                                            area of the apartment. It is preferable to                       withing the campus
                                                            have your own car on campus. More                                housing facility is
                                                            information will be provided at a later date.                    available for use for free.




08/03/2012   Somewhat   2500.00   Yes   Partial   No   No   Partial meals are provided. Breakfast and       Free Parking,    Graduate students will be 4 Year, Public,   18,000   2,300
                                                            lunch will be provided during training which    Computer         responsible for paying for Co-Ed
                                                            occurs prior to the Orientation programs.       Access, Campus   their parking permits for
                                                            Meals will be provided during the               Email Address,   the summer upon arrival,
                                                            Orientation program. Housing                    Other (please    which generally run about
                                                            arrangements will be determined by our          use box below)   $60, but will be
                                                            office of Residential Education & Services.                      reimbursed.
                                                            Housing will either be apartment-style or a
                                                            residence hall room. Graduate Interns                            Graduate Interns can pay
                                                            (GIs) will have individual rooms. If GIs are                     to join the Campus
                                                            placed in an apartment, they will have                           Recreation Center, but a
                                                            individual rooms and share the common                            small fitness facility
                                                            area of the apartment. It is preferable to                       withing the campus
                                                            have your own car on campus. More                                housing facility is
                                                            information will be provided at a later date.                    available for use for free.
08/03/2012   Somewhat   2500.00/summer Yes   Partial   No   No   Partial meals are provided. Breakfast and       Free Parking,    Graduate students will be 4 Year, Public,                                                18,000   2,300
                                                                 lunch will be provided during training which    Computer         responsible for paying for Co-Ed
                                                                 occurs prior to the Orientation programs.       Access, Campus   their parking permits for
                                                                 Meals will be provided during the               Email Address,   the summer upon arrival,
                                                                 Orientation program. Housing                    Other (please    which generally run about
                                                                 arrangements will be determined by our          use box below)   $60, but will be
                                                                 office of Residential Education & Services.                      reimbursed.
                                                                 Housing will either be apartment-style or a
                                                                 residence hall room. Graduate Interns                            Graduate Interns can pay
                                                                 (GIs) will have individual rooms. If GIs are                     to join the Campus
                                                                 placed in an apartment, they will have                           Recreation Center, but a
                                                                 individual rooms and share the common                            small fitness facility
                                                                 area of the apartment. It is preferable to                       withing the campus
                                                                 have your own car on campus. More                                housing facility is
                                                                 information will be provided at a later date.                    available for use for free.




07/27/2012   Somewhat   $3000 per     Yes    Full      No   No   The NODA intern will reside in on-campus        Free Parking,                                  2 Year, 4 Year, Penn College is Pennsylvania's             5,976    1,864
                        summer                                   housing for the duration of the internship.     Computer                                       Public, Co-Ed premier technical college and an
                                                                 He/She will have his/her own room and           Access,                                                        affiliate of The Pennsylvania State
                                                                 may share an apartment suite with another       Recreation                                                     University. Almost 6,000 students are
                                                                 graduate student interning with Residence       Center Use,                                                    enrolled in Penn College's bachelor
                                                                 Life. The apartment is fully furnished and      Campus Email                                                   and associate degree and certificate
                                                                 will include pre-paid laundry facilities, air   Address                                                        majors, which combine hands-on
                                                                 conditioning, and internet. Meals will be                                                                      experience with theory and
                                                                 provided when the Connections program is                                                                       management education.
                                                                 in session and the intern will receive $400
                                                                 in meal cards to use for the remaining                                                                         Penn College is among the top 10 best
                                                                 meals.                                                                                                         public, four-year colleges in the north
                                                                                                                                                                                region of the United States, according
                                                                                                                                                                                to the latest rankings of America's Best
                                                                                                                                                                                Colleges by the U.S. News Media
                                                                                                                                                                                Group.
July 27,   Yes   $3,000 per   Yes   Program   Yes   Yes   Housing will be provided in an on-campus       Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   3,200   700
2012             summer             Only                  apartment. It is possible to provide housing   Computer        Co-Ed
                                                          for a spouse/partner or children. Meals will   Access,
                                                          be provided during START Leader training       Recreation
                                                          and the START Program. Campus                  Center Use,
                                                          amenities include parking, recreation center   Campus Email
                                                          usage, computer access and campus email        Address
                                                          account.




July 27,   Yes   #3,000 per   Yes   Program   Yes   Yes   Housing will be provided in an on-campus       Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   3,200   700
2012             summer             Only                  apartment. It is possible to provide housing   Computer        Co-Ed
                                                          for a spouse/partner or children. Meals will   Access,
                                                          be provided during START Leader training       Recreation
                                                          and the START Program. Campus                  Center Use,
                                                          amenities include parking, recreation center   Campus Email
                                                          usage, computer access and campus email        Address
                                                          account.
07/27/2012   Somewhat   $3,000 for the   Yes   Partial   No    No    The interns will be housed in an on-campus      Computer        We are not able to offer   4 Year, Public,                                      9370     2035
                        summer                                       residence hall suite (2 rooms with a            Access,         free parking, but our      Co-Ed
                                                                     connecting bathroom) beginning with the         Recreation      summer parking pass is
                                                                     orientation leader training through the         Center Use,     heavily prorated.
                                                                     conclusion of the Transfer Quest program.       Campus Email
                                                                     Meals will be provided during training and      Address
                                                                     all orientation programs. Interns will have
                                                                     the option to purchase a meal plan for
                                                                     times when meals are not offered.




8/31/2012    Yes        $9.50-10 per    Yes    Partial   Yes   Yes   Meals provided during PROS training,            Free Parking,                              4 Year, Public, Multi-campus system with Community   11,816   1700
                        hour ($608-$640                              orientation programs, and Freshman              Computer                                   Co-Ed           College dual enrollment programs
                        biweekly, up to                              Connection extended orientation trip. $750      Access,
                        $5,440/summer)                               in meal credits for on- or off-campus use (at   Recreation
                                                                     preferred providers participating in our        Center Use,
                                                                     campus card program) will be provided. A        Campus Email
                                                                     full kitchen is provided in housing             Address
                                                                     accommodations. Housing is provided in an
                                                                     air conditioned on-campus apartment-style
                                                                     residence hall through the last week of the
                                                                     internship, when housing is available as
                                                                     part of an off-campus extended orientation
                                                                     trip. The Intern must stay overnight on-
                                                                     campus during orientation programs. The
                                                                     apartment features living, kitchen & dining,
                                                                     and bathroom facilities shared among the
                                                                     occupants of private bedrooms. The
                                                                     apartment may also be occupied by
                                                                     Rowan
                                                                     University orientation staff: up to two
                                                                     professional staff and up to three
                                                                     undergraduate Orientation Assistants
                                                                     through June 30, 2012 (the conclusion of
                                                                     summer orientation programming).
                                                                     Depending on staff occupancy, an
                                                                     additional bedroom may be available for
                                                                     spouse/partner or child with advance
                                                                     approval. Parking is available adjacent to
                                                                     the complex in either a parking garage or
                                                                     street-level controlled access parking lots.
8/14/2012    Yes   3000.00        Yes    Program   No   No   The NODA intern will have their own room     Computer          In addition to tangible     4 Year, Public,    Rutgers is centrally located in the        36,000   7,000
                                         Only                in University Center Apartments. They        Access,           benefits, the NODA          Co-Ed, Other       northeast, an ideal location
                                                             potentially could be sharing an apartment    Recreation        interns will have the       (please use        approximately an hour drive/train ride
                                                             with another staff member in which case      Center Use,       distinctive opportunity of box below)          away from the New Jersey beaches,
                                                             they would share the kitchen, bathroom and   Campus Email      working with professional                      New York City, and Philadelphia.
                                                             living space. The apartment is air           Address, Other    staff that are well                            Working at Rutgers this summer will
                                                             conditioned and the complex is close to      (please use box   networked and highly                           afford our intern the opportunity to
                                                             downtown New Brunswick with easy access      below)            involved in national                           foster important collegial relationships
                                                             to a wide range of restaurants, shops, the                     associations. Rutgers                          and get connected among a large
                                                             state theater and train station.                               Orientation is home to                         student affairs division here at the
                                                                                                                            both, a member of                              university.
                                                                                                                            ACPA's Orientation and
                                                                                                                            First Year Experience
                                                                                                                            Directorate, and President-
                                                                                                                            Elect of the NJ State
                                                                                                                            Association for Student
                                                                                                                            Affairs.


9/15/2012    Yes   $3000.00       Yes    Program   No   No   The NODA intern will have their own room     Computer          In addition to tangible      4 Year, Public,                                              36,000   7,000
                   stipend per           Only                in University Center Apartments. They        Access,           benefits, the NODA intern Co-Ed
                   summer                                    potentially could be sharing an apartment    Recreation        will have the distinctive
                                                             with another staff member in which case      Center Use,       opportunity of working
                                                             they would share the kitchen, bathroom and   Campus Email      with professional staff that
                                                             living space. The apartment is air           Address, Other    are well networked and
                                                             conditioned and the complex is close to      (please use box   highly involved in national
                                                             downtown New Brunswick with easy access      below)            associations. Rutgers
                                                             to a wide range of restaurants, shops, the                     Orientation is home to
                                                             state theater and train station.                               both, a member of
                                                                                                                            ACPA's Orientation First
                                                                                                                            Year Experience
                                                                                                                            Directorate, and President-
                                                                                                                            Elect of the NJ State
                                                                                                                            Association for Student
                                                                                                                            Affairs.



08/31/2012   No    $11 per hour/20 Yes   Partial   No   No                                                Computer                                      4 Year, Public
                   hours a week                                                                           Access,
                                                                                                          Recreation
                                                                                                          Center Use,
                                                                                                          Campus Email
                                                                                                          Address
8/31/11      No         $4000.00 +      Yes    Partial   Yes   No   A shared apartment within our residence          Free Parking,                                    4 Year, Public                               6500   600
                        housing (40                                 halls(includes kitchen, living room,             Computer
                        hours work                                  bedrooms, bath)                                  Access,
                        week, 12 weeks)                             http://housing.camden.rutgers.edu                Recreation
                                                                                                                     Center Use,
                                                                                                                     Campus Email
                                                                                                                     Address




08/06/2012   Somewhat   $8.00 per hour   Yes   Partial   No    No   Interns are housed in Head Resident              Free Parking,     Susquehanna is a 4-year,       4 Year, Private, Liberal Arts Institution.   2200   600
                                                                    apartments (with private bathroom) on            Recreation        private, liberal arts          Co-Ed, Other
                                                                    campus, within a 5 minute walk of all            Center Use,       undergraduate institution      (please use
                                                                    campus facilities. Credit card operated          Campus Email      in the heart of the            box below)
                                                                    laundry machines and vending machines            Address, Other    Susquehanna River
                                                                    are available within most residence halls.       (please use box   Valley. It is located in
                                                                    An oven and/or cooktop is present to aid in      below)            Selinsgrove, PA,
                                                                    the self-preparation of meals. Lunch                               surrounded by farms,
                                                                    Monday-Friday in the dining hall is                                forests, and other small
                                                                    included, along with other meals any time                          communities. Retail
                                                                    the dining hall is open, with the exception of                     shopping, movies, mall,
                                                                    private banquets. Pets are not permitted.                          restaurants, grocery/drug
                                                                    Convenient residence hall parking is                               stores, mini golf, bounce
                                                                    available.                                                         "funplex", and other
                                                                                                                                       points of interest are all
                                                                                                                                       within a 3-mile radius.
                                                                                                                                       Outdoor activities like
                                                                                                                                       kayaking, tubing, hiking,
                                                                                                                                       and camping are common
                                                                                                                                       due to the close proximity
                                                                                                                                       of the Susquehanna
                                                                                                                                       River. The university's
                                                                                                                                       Outdoor Rec center can
                                                                                                                                       provide related
                                                                                                                                       equipment. Festivals and
                                                                                                                                       street fairs featuring local
                                                                                                                                       crafts, food fare, etc. are
                                                                                                                                       popular during the
                                                                                                                                       summer. The campus
                                                                                                                                       fitness center is available
                                                                                                                                       to interns at no charge.
                                                                                                                                       Selinsgrove is located
                                                                                                                                       less than 1 hour from
                                                                                                                                       Harrisburg, the state
                                                                                                                                       capital, where many
                                                                                                                                       attractions and activities
08/06/2012   Somewhat   $8.00 per hour   Yes   Partial   No   No   Interns are housed in Head Resident              Free Parking,     Retail shopping, movies,       4 Year, Private, Liberal Arts Institution   2200   600
                                                                   apartments (with private bathroom) on            Computer          mall, restaurants,             Co-Ed, Other
                                                                   campus, within a 5 minute walk of all            Access,           grocery/drug stores, mini      (please use
                                                                   campus facilities. Credit card operated          Recreation        golf, bounce "funplex",        box below)
                                                                   laundry machines and vending machines            Center Use,       and other points of
                                                                   are available within most residence halls.       Campus Email      interest are all within a 3-
                                                                   An oven and/or cooktop is present to aid in      Address, Other    mile radius. Outdoor
                                                                   the self-preparation of meals. Lunch             (please use box   activities like kayaking,
                                                                   Monday-Friday in the dining hall is              below)            tubing, hiking, and
                                                                   included, along with other meals any time                          camping are common due
                                                                   the dining hall is open, with the exception of                     to the close proximity of
                                                                   private banquets. Pets are not permitted.                          the Susquehanna River.
                                                                   Convenient residence hall parking is                               The university's Outdoor
                                                                   available.                                                         Rec center can provide
                                                                                                                                      related equipment.
                                                                                                                                      Festivals and street fairs
                                                                                                                                      featuring local crafts, food
                                                                                                                                      fare, etc. are popular
                                                                                                                                      during the summer. The
                                                                                                                                      campus fitness center is
                                                                                                                                      available to interns for
                                                                                                                                      use at no cost.
                                                                                                                                      Selinsgrove is located
                                                                                                                                      less than 1 hour from
                                                                                                                                      Harrisburg, the state
                                                                                                                                      capital, where many
                                                                                                                                      attractions and activities
                                                                                                                                      are available to young
                                                                                                                                      professionals.
                                                                                                                                      Selinsgrove is also within
                                                                                                                                      driving distance of major
                                                                                                                                      cities: 3 hours from New
                                                                                                                                      York City, 2 hours from
                                                                                                                                      Philadelphia, and 2 hours
                                                                                                                                      from Baltimore.
08/03/2012   No         $3300.00         Yes   Partial   No   No   On-campus housing will be provided for           Free Parking,     Library                        4 Year, Private, ELCA                       2200   650
                                                                   graduate intern. Housing specifications are      Computer                                         Other (please
                                                                   determined by the Department of                  Access,                                          use box below)
                                                                   Residence Life and managed therein.              Recreation
                                                                   Determination of actual accommodations           Center Use,
                                                                   will be provided upon selection. Typical         Campus Email
                                                                   arrangements include individual apartment        Address, Other
                                                                   with food storage, limited cooking and full      (please use box
                                                                   bathing facilities. Partial meals will be        below)
                                                                   provided during the week and programs.
                                                                   Weekend meals are not provided.
08/08/2012   Somewhat   $3,000 per       Yes   Partial   No   No   Interns will live in a suite style residence                  4 Year, Public,   39,000   4,400
                        summer (pre-tax)                           hall, with their own bedroom and sharing a                    Co-Ed
                                                                   bathroom with one other person. The suites
                                                                   are not equipped with kitchens, so meals
                                                                   will be provided in the dining hall during
                                                                   sessions and additional money will be
                                                                   provided for use at campus and nearby
                                                                   restaurants.




08-09-2012 Yes          $3000 per       Yes    Program   No   No   Intern will be provided with a full apartment Free Parking,   4 Year, Public    7,000    1,000
                        summer                 Only                and their own bedroom.                        Computer
                                                                                                                 Access,
                                                                                                                 Recreation
                                                                                                                 Center Use,
                                                                                                                 Campus Email
                                                                                                                 Address
08/03/2012   Yes   $3000.00 per   Yes   Program   Yes   No   Housing is provided for the intern in an on       Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Catholic and Jesuit University   6500 graduate   approximately
                   summer               Only                 campus one bedroom apartment in the first         Computer        Co-Ed, Other                                      and             1000 students
                                                             year residence halls. Apartments have a           Access,         (please use                                       undergraduate
                                                             kitchen and are fully furnished. All meals        Recreation      box below)
                                                             will be provided during the orientation           Center Use,
                                                             program. Parking is available on campus.          Campus Email
                                                                                                               Address




07/27/2011   Yes   $4000/summer   Yes   Partial   No    No   Housing will be provided in the Christiana        Free Parking,   4 Year, Public,                                   20000           35000
                                                             Towers, which is located on the Laird             Computer        Private, Co-Ed
                                                             (north) Campus. This is also where the            Access,
                                                             Orientation Leaders live during the               Recreation
                                                             summer, as well as various conferences            Center Use,
                                                             and camps are housed. It is an apartment          Campus Email
                                                             style residence hall. A single room               Address
                                                             apartment with living room, kitchenette, and
                                                             full bathroom are included. Intern must
                                                             provide own kitchen supplies. The
                                                             apartment will not be shared with anyone
                                                             else. Apartment is completely furnished
                                                             and has connection to internet and cable.
                                                             Laundry facilities are accessible in the
                                                             residence hall.
                                                             Intern will recive all three daily meals during
                                                             training (June 8-June 18) and breakfast
                                                             and lunch during NSO (June 19-July 18).
07/24/2012   No    $2000 per      Yes   Full      No    No    The cost of room and board will be covered Free Parking,        4 Year, Public,    ~ 13000   ~ 1500
or                 summer                                     during the entire duration of the internship. Computer          Co-Ed
07/31/2012                                                    Intern will be housed in an on-campus         Access
TBD                                                           residence hall room (suite style) for the
                                                              duration of the internship. The room
                                                              provided will be a single (no roommate but
                                                              may have suite mates). Meals for the entire
                                                              duration of the internship will be covered
                                                              (up to $1000 which is more than sufficient
                                                              to cover the cost of food). This will include
                                                              meals on campus as well as during several
                                                              trips which will take place during CSI.




07/31/2011   Yes   $2250/summer   Yes   Program   Yes   Yes   Housing will be provided in one of our suite-   Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   2970
                                        Only                  style Residence Halls. Intern will be           Computer        Co-Ed
                                                              provided a private bedroom; suite, including    Access,
                                                              kitchenette and common space, will              Recreation
                                                              potentially be shared with ACUHO-I Intern.      Center Use
08/31/2012   Somewhat   $2000 per   Yes   Partial   Yes   No    Intern will be housed in a campus              Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,                   1950   500
                        summer                                  apartment or Suite for the summer. Board       Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                is a stipend for on-campus food or gift card   Access,
                                                                to local grocery store.                        Recreation
                                                                                                               Center Use




07/10/2012   Somewhat   $2200 per   Yes   Program   Yes   Yes   Interns will each be housed in a private,      Free Parking,   4 Year, Private, Business School   4000   1000
                        summer            Only                  one-bedroom apartment with basic cable,        Computer        Co-Ed, Other
                                                                full kitchen, fully furnished (no TV).         Access,         (please use
                                                                Orientation office will provide the use of     Recreation      box below)
                                                                plates, glassware, pots and pans some          Center Use,
                                                                cooking utensils and flatware.                 Campus Email
                                                                                                               Address
08/12/2012   Yes        $3,000 per       Yes   Partial    Yes   See Details   Housing throughout the summer will be       Computer              4 Year, Public,   15,000    2,200
                        summer                                                provided. All graduate and professional     Access, Campus        Co-Ed
                                                                              staff members who require housing share Email Address
                                                                              an on-campus apartment. Each apartment
                                                                              has single rooms with a shared kitchen,
                                                                              living area, and bathroom.
                                                                              Accommodations for spouse/partner would
                                                                              be that they share a double room with the
                                                                              intern within an apartment. We would need
                                                                              to work with our Residential Life
                                                                              department in order to accommodate
                                                                              children, and this may require more time to
                                                                              arrange. Meals are provided throughout the
                                                                              Orientation sessions and a $600 meal card
                                                                              is provided for meals during the 5-week
                                                                              Orientation Advisor training program.
                                                                              (Meals cannot be provided for
                                                                              partners/children.)




06/30/2012   Somewhat   $1500-2000       Yes   Partial,   No    No            On-campus housing will be provided and it        Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,   11,000+   1400-1500+
                        depending on           Program                        is expected that the intern live in the          Computer         Co-Ed
                        start date and         Only                           provided housing. The                            Access, Campus
                        other criteria                                        residence will be furnished with a bed,          Email Address
                                                                              dresser, desk and chair. Internet access
                                                                              will be provided. Laundry
                                                                              facilities are located in each building. Meals
                                                                              will be provided during Orientation sessions
                                                                              as well as a kitchen is provided in the
                                                                              building.
8/30/12      Yes   $15 per hr 25hrs No   Program   No    No   None                                          Free Parking,    Candidate will be            2 Year           4,000       1,000
                   per week              Only                                                               Computer         provided an opportunity
                                                                                                            Access,          for personal and
                                                                                                            Recreation       professional growth
                                                                                                            Center Use,      working for an institution
                                                                                                            Campus Email     of Higher Learning
                                                                                                            Address          orientation program. The
                                                                                                                             growth will go beyond just
                                                                                                                             gaining knowledge but
                                                                                                                             also provide the
                                                                                                                             opportunity to develop
                                                                                                                             and implement changes
                                                                                                                             within the institution's new
                                                                                                                             student orientation
                                                                                                                             program.



08/23/2011   No    $3000 stipend   Yes   Partial   Yes   No   Board--$500 on campus meal stipend as         Free Parking,                                4 Year, Public,   13,000      3,250
                                                              well as all meals during Training and         Computer                                     Private           undergrad
                                                              Orientation (August 9-23).                    Access, Campus
                                                                                                            Email Address
                                                              Room--is typically double residence hall
                                                              room with shared bathroom on hall.
                                                              However, intern is usually only person on
                                                              hall with other graduates and professionals
                                                              elsewhere in building.
08/11/2012   No    $3200.00/summ Yes   Partial   No    No    Intern is required to live on-campus and will   Free Parking,                               4 Year, Private,   6800    1700
                   er                                        be provided with a residence hall suite.        Computer                                    Co-Ed
                                                             Guests are only permitted from Thursday         Access,
                                                             evenings until Sunday night. Guests are         Recreation
                                                             not permitted during training. Banquet          Center Use,
                                                             meals are provided during orientation           Campus Email
                                                             sessions and a meal plan is provided for        Address
                                                             meals purchased outside of the program.




July 20      Yes   $2,700        Yes   Program   Yes   Yes   Accommodations will be in college owned         Free Parking,     local bus pass with staff 4 Year, Private,   6,000   1,650
                                       Only                  housing (residence hall) with private           Computer          ID and use of on-campus Co-Ed
                                                             bathroom and full kitchen facilities. Most      Access,           library
                                                             meals will be provided through catering and     Recreation
                                                             dining hall meals during training and           Center Use,
                                                             orientation sessions. Meals will not be         Campus Email
                                                             provided for partners/children                  Address, Other
                                                                                                             (please use box
                                                                                                             below)
08/01/2011   No   $3300/summer   Yes   Partial   No   No   Summer interns have traditionally been            Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   10,000   2700
                                                           provided with a private room in an air-           Computer        Co-Ed
                                                           conditioned on-campus apartment                   Access,
                                                           overlooking the Narragansett Bay. The             Recreation
                                                           apartment is shared with two other interns        Center Use,
                                                           (regardless of gender). The apartment has         Campus Email
                                                           two full bathrooms. Typically one bathroom        Address
                                                           is used by one or two male interns and the
                                                           other bathroom is used by one or two
                                                           female interns. During an orientation
                                                           session, one intern is "on call" in the first
                                                           year student residence hall with the
                                                           orientees and leaders. The intern will need
                                                           to bring a set of sheets and toiletries to that
                                                           hall for two nights of their on-call shift.
                                                           Interns receive meal points to be used at
                                                           our on-campus Starbucks and at the dining
                                                           hall.


08/01/2011   No   $3300/summer   Yes   Partial   No   No   NODA interns have traditionally been              Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   10,000   2700
                                                           provided with a private room in an air-           Computer        Co-Ed
                                                           conditioned on-campus apartment                   Access,
                                                           overlooking the Narragansett Bay. The             Recreation
                                                           apartment is shared with two other interns        Center Use,
                                                           (regardless of gender). The apartment has         Campus Email
                                                           two full bathrooms. Typically one bathroom        Address
                                                           is used by one or two male interns and the
                                                           other bathroom is used by one or two
                                                           female interns. During an orientation
                                                           session, one intern is "on call" in the first
                                                           year student residence hall with the
                                                           orientees and leaders. The intern will need
                                                           to bring a set of sheets and toiletries to that
                                                           hall for two nights of their on-call shift.
                                                           Interns receive meal points to be used at
                                                           our on-campus Starbucks and at the dining
                                                           hall.
08/01/2012   No         $3300       Yes   Partial   No   No   NODA interns have traditionally been              Free Parking,    4 Year, Private,   10,000    2700
                                                              provided with a private room in an air-           Computer         Co-Ed
                                                              conditioned on-campus apartment                   Access,
                                                              overlooking the Narragansett Bay. The             Recreation
                                                              apartment is shared with two other interns        Center Use,
                                                              (regardless of gender). The apartment has         Campus Email
                                                              two full bathrooms. Typically one bathroom        Address
                                                              is used by one or two male interns and the
                                                              other bathroom is used by one or two
                                                              female interns. During an orientation
                                                              session, one intern is "on call" in the first
                                                              year student residence hall with the
                                                              orientees and leaders. The intern will need
                                                              to bring a set of sheets and toiletries to that
                                                              hall for two nights of their on-call shift.
                                                              Interns receive meal points to be used at
                                                              our on-campus Starbucks and at the dining
                                                              hall.




08/17/2012   Somewhat   $4000 per   Yes   Full      No   No   Studio apartment in modern,                       Computer         4 Year, Private,   15, 700   2, 800
                        summer                                upperclassmen residence hall.                     Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                                                                                Email Address
7/29/2012    Somewhat   $2400 per      Yes   Partial   No   No   All orientation staff are housed in the same   Free Parking,    Trip and Activities during 4 Year, Private,   2500 on the     600
                        summer                                   residence hall over the summer.                Computer         training are free          Co-Ed              Pleasantville
                                                                 Coordinators receive single rooms. Select      Access,          Pace & Orientation                            Campus
                                                                 meals are provided during the training         Recreation       clothing (jackets, polo                       (14,000
                                                                 period (June). Meals during Orientation        Center Use,      shirts, custom orientation                    including the
                                                                 programs are provided in-program with          Other (please    t-shirts, bags unique only                    NYC Campus)
                                                                 students and families.                         use box below)   to orientation staff)
                                                                                                                                 Acquire experience in
                                                                                                                                 assisting with the
                                                                                                                                 development, planning,
                                                                                                                                 and implementation of a
                                                                                                                                 campus-wide orientation
                                                                                                                                 program inclusive of
                                                                                                                                 developing a training
                                                                                                                                 program and
                                                                                                                                 mentoring/supervisory
                                                                                                                                 skills
                                                                                                                                 Develop competencies in
                                                                                                                                 leadership, time
                                                                                                                                 management,
                                                                                                                                 interpersonal
                                                                                                                                 relationships,
                                                                                                                                 collaboration, effective
                                                                                                                                 communication,
                                                                                                                                 multicultural competency,
                                                                                                                                 self-awareness, group
                                                                                                                                 dynamics, and event
                                                                                                                                 planning




08/03/2012   Somewhat   $2500/summer   Yes   Full      No   No   Meal plan includes free meals during           Free Parking,                               4 Year, Co-Ed      3700            1000
                                                                 training, and New Student and Family           Computer
                                                                 Orientation Sessions, and declining            Access,
                                                                 balance for the remainder of the summer.       Recreation
                                                                 Two bedroom furnished apartment on             Center Use
                                                                 campus with private bathroom (possibly
                                                                 shared with ACUHO-I Intern). Apartment
                                                                 includes free cable, internet, kitchen and
                                                                 TV.
07/06/2012   Somewhat   $1,750 stipend   Yes   Program   No   No   The Intern will be in a shared furnished          Free Parking,    4 Year            10,000   1,200
                                               Only                apartment with Residence Life graduate            Computer
                                                                   interns. This shared apartment will be            Access,
                                                                   determined on intern comfort levels either        Recreation
                                                                   single gender or co-ed with private               Center Use,
                                                                   bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, full kitchen, and          Campus Email
                                                                   living room                                       Address




8/3/2012     Somewhat   $2300 per        Yes   Partial   No   No   The intern will stay on campus in a single        Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,   4300     800
                        summer                                     furnished room with a shared bath and             Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                   internet access. The room is in the same          Access,
                                                                   building where parents stay during each of        Recreation
                                                                   the 2-day orientation sessions and will be in     Center Use
                                                                   close proximity to where the Orientation
                                                                   Leaders are housed.




08/03/2012   Somewhat   $4000 per        Yes   Program   No   No   The NODA Intern will be housed in a single        Free Parking,    4 Year, Public,   24,594   2,900
                        summer                 Only                room in the West Apartments. The                  Computer         Co-Ed
                                                                   apartment will be shared with summer              Access, Campus
                                                                   interns from other departments or Stony           Email Address
                                                                   Brook graduate students. Each apartment
                                                                   features four bedrooms, two bathrooms,
                                                                   living/dining area, and kitchen. Amenities in
                                                                   the bedroom include extra long twin bed,
                                                                   dresser, desk with bookshelf, night stand,
                                                                   chair, and closet. The common space
                                                                   include a dining room table and chairs, two
                                                                   couches, coffee table, full sized refrigerator,
                                                                   microwave, & electric range. The apartment
                                                                   is air-conditioned and features cable
                                                                   television and internet connection.
                                                                   Breakfast and lunch are provided during
                                                                   every orientation session. Some meals are
                                                                   also provided during training.
08/02/2012   Somewhat   $3600.00 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   Housing accommodations in a premium           Computer         4 Year, Private,   4800   1400
                        Summer                                   location in downtown Boston are provided Access                Co-Ed
                                                                 at no cost to the NODA Intern. Interns will
                                                                 be provided with a single room in a
                                                                 residence hall that is air conditioned and in
                                                                 close proximity to the Boston Common, as
                                                                 well as several T stops and various dining
                                                                 and retail establishments. Meals are
                                                                 provided during the orientation program.
                                                                 More information about housing for
                                                                 spouse/partner is available upon request.




08/02/2012   Somewhat   $3600.00 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   Housing accommodations in a premium           Computer         4 Year, Private,   4800   1400
                        Summer                                   location in downtown Boston are provided Access                Co-Ed
                                                                 at no cost to the NODA Intern. Interns will
                                                                 be provided with a single room in a
                                                                 residence hall that is air conditioned and in
                                                                 close proximity to the Boston Common, as
                                                                 well as several T stops and various dining
                                                                 and retail establishments. Meals are
                                                                 provided during the orientation program.
                                                                 More information about housing for
                                                                 spouse/partner is available upon request.




07/20/2012   Somewhat   $4000 per      Yes   Program   No   No   A single residence hall room will be          Computer         4 Year, Public,    7000   1200
                        summer               Only                provided. This private room will be within    Access, Campus   Co-Ed
                                                                 the hall housing the Orientation Assistants   Email Address
                                                                 and the students attending the program.
                                                                 Meals will be provided during training and
                                                                 orientation sessions.
8/17/12      No         $9/hr       Yes   Program   No   No   Studio apartment on campus                      Computer          Internship is four days a 4 Year, Public,   SUNY Downstate is Medical School      1609
                                          Only                Cable/Internet/Local phone included             Access,           week (Monday-Thursday, Other (please        serving students in the College of
                                                              AC in apartment                                 Recreation        30 hours) allowing time to use box below)   Medicine, College of Health Related
                                                              Stipen for food                                 Center Use,       explore NYC.                                Professions, College of Nursing,
                                                              Parking accomidations can be made               Campus Email                                                  School of Graduate Studies and the
                                                              available                                       Address, Other                                                School of Public Health.
                                                                                                              (please use box
                                                                                                              below)




09/06/2012   Somewhat   $2500 for   Yes   Program   No   No   Intern will be provided with a private single   Computer       No meals provided            Private, Other    Graduate School of Education          5000   1800 (new
                        summer            Only                room with a private bathroom. Will have         Access, Campus                              (please use                                                    graduate
                                                              access to internet, cable,                      Email Address                               box below)                                                     students)
                                                              and telephone. Living space cannot
                                                              accommodate spouse/partner/children.
                                                              Other Benefits Offered: Computer
                                                              Access, Campus E-mail Address.
08/09/2012   Somewhat   $3000 per    Yes   Partial   No   No   Accommodations are a quad-size room            Free Parking,    4 Year, Public     The University at Buffalo is a premier  29.049   3400
                        summer                                 with a private bathroom within the             Computer                            research-intensive public university, a
                                                               residence halls on north campus (Amherst,      Access, Campus                      flagship institution in the State
                                                               New York). Meals provided during               Email Address                       University of New York system and its
                                                               orientation program.                                                               largest and most comprehensive
                                                                                                                                                  campus. UB's more than 29,000
                                                                                                                                                  students pursue their academic
                                                                                                                                                  interests through more than 300
                                                                                                                                                  undergraduate, graduate and
                                                                                                                                                  professional degree programs.
                                                                                                                                                  Founded in 1846, the University at
                                                                                                                                                  Buffalo is a member of the Association
                                                                                                                                                  of American Universities.The University
                                                                                                                                                  at Buffalo (UB) is a comprehensive,
                                                                                                                                                  research public university and the
                                                                                                                                                  largest among the State University of
                                                                                                                                                  New York system.


08/17/2012   Yes        $2,500 per   Yes   Partial   No   No   The Graduate Intern will be given University   Free Parking,    4 Year, Private,                                          2,100     700
                        summer                                 Dining Flex Dollars on their ID Card. This     Computer         Co-Ed
                                                               can be used for meals at Decary Dining         Access,
                                                               Hall and other campus dining retail            Recreation
                                                               locations. This will cover a good portion of   Center Use,
                                                               the meals during non-orientation times.        Campus Email
                                                               Meals will be provided in full during          Address
                                                               Orientation trainings and sessions. Housing
                                                               is provided in suite in a traditional
                                                               residence hall, which includes a living room
                                                               area, bedroom, and private bathroom. The
                                                               bed and a desk will be provided. The room
                                                               is also across from the building lounge
                                                               which has a stove, microwave, television
                                                               and vending machines as well as free
                                                               laundry. The intern will also be able to
                                                               have guests during non training and
                                                               session weeks during the summer and will
                                                               be required to follow appropriate University
                                                               guest policies.
08/27/2012   Somewhat   $175/week +     Yes   Full      No   No   Full meal plan as per the college in            Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   2100    ~ 475
                        room + board                              traditional dining hall situation. Boarding on- Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                  campus within one of the residence halls. Access,
                                                                                                                  Recreation
                                                                                                                  Center Use,
                                                                                                                  Campus Email
                                                                                                                  Address




08/10/2012   Somewhat   $3,500/summer   Yes   Program   No   No   The Intern will be provided on campus         Computer          4 Year, Private    3,892   approximately
                                              Only                housing in one of our Residence Halls. The    Access,                                      900
                                                                  rooms are suite-style and the Intern would    Recreation
                                                                  have an entire suite to themselves (2-4       Center Use,
                                                                  bedrooms). A full kitchen is usually          Campus Email
                                                                  included. There is no board plan. Meals are   Address
                                                                  of course included during orientation and
                                                                  training. A/C in unit because Boston can be
                                                                  a bit hot during the summer. The school is
                                                                  situated right in the hub of Boston with
                                                                  immediate access to public transportation
                                                                  (the T). Great opportunity to live and work
                                                                  in one of the most exciting places to be in
                                                                  the summer!
08/10/2012   Somewhat   $3,500/summer   Yes   Program   No   No   The Intern will be provided on campus           Computer        4 Year, Private    3,892   approximately
                                              Only                housing in one of our Residence Halls. The      Access,                                    900
                                                                  rooms are suite-style and the Intern would      Recreation
                                                                  have an entire suite to themselves (2-4         Center Use,
                                                                  bedrooms). A full kitchen is usually            Campus Email
                                                                  included. There is no board plan. Meals are     Address
                                                                  of course included during orientation and
                                                                  training. A/C in unit because Boston can be
                                                                  a bit hot during the summer. The school is
                                                                  situated right in the hub of Boston with
                                                                  immediate access to public transportation
                                                                  (the T). Great opportunity to live and work
                                                                  in one of the most exciting places to be in
                                                                  the summer!




07/20/2012   Somewhat   $3000 per       Yes   Program   No   No   On-campus housing will be provided and it       Free Parking,   4 Year, Private,   3650    750
                        summer                Only                is expected that the intern live in the         Computer        Co-Ed
                                                                  provided housing. The residence will be         Access,
                                                                  furnished with a bed, dresser, desk and         Recreation
                                                                  chair. Internet access will be provided as      Center Use,
                                                                  well as cable service. Laundry facilities are   Campus Email
                                                                  located in each area. Meals will be provided    Address
                                                                  during Orientation sessions. The Dining
                                                                  Hall will be open during the summer.
08/22/2012   Yes   $2200/summer   Yes   Partial   No   No   Intern will be provided with a furnished        Computer          Air-conditioned office with 4 Year, Private,   Research I Doctoral Institution with   11,660              650 First Year
                                                            single graduate dormitory room, most likely     Access, Other     computer and phone,         Co-Ed, Other       majority of students enrolled in       University total:   Graduate School
                                                            with shared bathroom (hall or semi-private).    (please use box   Fax, E-mail Access.         (please use        graduate & professional school         6,381 Graduate      Students; 800+
                                                            Will have access to internet and Wifi. Living   below)                                        box below)         programs.                              & Professional      in 10 other
                                                            space cannot accommodate                                                                                                                                students, of        Professional
                                                            spouse/partner/children. 5 meals/week in                                                                                                                whom 2,600 are      Schools.
                                                            on campus dining halls or equivalent meal                                                                                                               in the Graduate
                                                            allowance provided.                                                                                                                                     School; 5,279
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Undergraduates
  New Transfer
    Student                          Additional Information                               Programs Facilitated                      Office Responsibilities               Other Information for Candidates
   Enrollment
                 Boise State University is Idaho's metropolitan research            Freshman Programs, Transfer         New Student and Family Programs is
                 university, located in the state's capital, the center of          Student Programs, International     responsible for providing outreach and
                 population. The city of Boise is a wonderful blend of              Students, Parent/Family Programs,   programming for all new Boise State
                 "Northwest" food culture and fine arts, and "Mountain West"        Summer Orientation/Registration,    students and their families. Our major focus
                 rugged outdoor opportunities for recreation. In Boise, it's        FYE Programming                     areas are: new student orientation, family
                 possible to start the morning with a hike into the rocky desert                                        orientation and outreach, first year
                 foothills, have lunch at a modern fusion restaurant that                                               experience programming, first year mentor
                 sources all of its food locally, float the scenic Boise River in                                       program, and the development and
                 an inner tube by late-afternoon, and cap off your night by                                             education of our large student staff.
                 seeing an indie rock band play at the historic art deco-styled
                 Egyptian Theater. The university, downtown government
                 buildings, the Boise Art Museum, a large Farmer's Market,
                 and the foothills are all within comfortable walking distance.
                 Boise enjoys a semi-arid, dry and sunny summer climate, and
                 is also consistently ranked as a bike- and pedestrian-friendly
                 city.


                 Boise State University is Idaho's metropolitan research            Freshman Programs, Transfer         New Student and Family Programs is
                 university, located in the state's capital, the center of          Student Programs, Parent/Family     responsible for providing outreach and
                 population. The city of Boise is a wonderful blend of              Programs, Summer                    programming for all new Boise State
                 "Northwest" food culture and fine arts, and "Mountain West"        Orientation/Registration            students and their families. Our major focus
                 rugged outdoor opportunities for recreation. In Boise, it's                                            areas are: new student orientation, family
                 possible to start the morning with a hike into the rocky desert                                        orientation and outreach, first year
                 foothills, have lunch at a modern fusion restaurant that                                               experience programming, first year mentor
                 sources all of its food locally, float the scenic Boise River in                                       program, and the development and
                 an inner tube by late-afternoon, and cap off your night by                                             education of our large student staff.
                 seeing an indie rock band play at the historic art deco-styled
                 Egyptian Theater. The university, downtown government
                 buildings, the Boise Art Museum, a large Farmer's Market,
                 and the foothills are all within comfortable walking distance.
                 Boise enjoys a semi-arid, dry and sunny summer climate, and
                 is also consistently ranked as a bike- and pedestrian-friendly
                 city.


200              Saint Martins University is an independent four-year,              Freshman Programs, Transfer         The Office of Campus Life, part of the Office
                 Catholic, coeducational university located on a 380-acre           Student Programs, International     of Student Affairs at Saint Martin's University
                 wooded campus in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895            Students, Parent/Family Programs,   aims to provide co-curricular opportunities
                 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one     Summer Orientation/Registration,    and services that foster student
                 of 18 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United          Welcome Week, Academic              development, learning, and exploration
                 States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky              Courses / Seminars                  outside the classroom. This growth takes
                 Mountains. Saint Martins University prepares students for                                              place through the facilitation of experiences
                 successful lives through its 21 majors and six graduate                                                that engage mind and spirit, promote
                 programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education and                                            physical and emotional wellness, and
                 engineering. Saint Martins welcomes 1,250 students from                                                broaden multicultural understanding and
                 many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its main campus,                                              appreciation. Embracing the Benedictine
                 and 650 more to its five extension campuses located at Fort                                            value of community, the Office of Campus
                 Lewis Army Post, McChord Air Force Base, Olympic College,                                              Life strives to provide experiences that help
                 Centralia College, and Tacoma Community College.                                                       us build a campus community that better
                                                                                                                        understands, appreciates and celebrates our
                                                                                                                        differences and commonalities.
200    Saint Martins University is an independent four-year,              Freshman Programs, Transfer         The Office of Campus Life, part of the Office
       Catholic, coeducational university located on a 380-acre           Student Programs, International     of Student Affairs at Saint Martin's University
       wooded campus in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895            Students, Parent/Family Programs,   aims to provide co-curricular opportunities
       by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one     Summer Orientation/Registration,    and services that foster student
       of 18 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United          Academic Courses / Seminars         development, learning, and exploration
       States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky                                                  outside the classroom. This growth takes
       Mountains. Saint Martins University prepares students for                                              place through the facilitation of experiences
       successful lives through its 21 majors and six graduate                                                that engage mind and spirit, promote
       programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education and                                            physical and emotional wellness, and
       engineering. Saint Martins welcomes 1,250 students from                                                broaden multicultural understanding and
       many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its main campus,                                              appreciation. Embracing the Benedictine
       and 650 more to its five extension campuses located at Fort                                            value of community, the Office of Campus
       Lewis Army Post, McChord Air Force Base, Olympic College,                                              Life strives to provide experiences that help
       Centralia College, and Tacoma Community College.                                                       us build a campus community that better
                                                                                                              understands, appreciates and celebrates our
                                                                                                              differences and commonalities.



~450   Seattle University is a Jesuit, Catholic university dedicated to   Freshman Programs,                  The New Student & Family Programs Office
       educating the whole person, to professional formation, and to      Parent/Family Programs, Summer      coordinates summer freshman and parent
       empowering leaders for a just and humane world. We are             Orientation/Registration, Welcome   orientation programs, fall Welcome Week,
       located in the heart of downtown Seattle and are the most          Week                                New Student Immersions (first year cohort
       racially and culturally diverse, the most genuinely urban, and                                         group experiences related to Seattle U
       the largest multidisciplinary independent university of the                                            values or outdoor activities) immediately
       Northwest. Seattle is a dynamic city surrounded by water and                                           before Welcome Week, and Family
       mountains. The downtown area is easily accessible by public                                            Weekend. We also maintain the parent
       transportation. Whether you like urban living or outdoor                                               webpage, create quarterly parent e-
       activities, summer in Seattle is full of opportunity!                                                  newsletters.
25-50   Willamette University enjoys all the benefits of the Pacific    Freshman Programs, Transfer         The Office of Student Involvement is part of   Please consult the Opening Days website for
        Northwest: forests, rivers, mountains and coastline nearby; a   Student Programs, International     the division of Campus Life at Willamette      detailed information about the program.
        commitment to the environment; a relaxed, creative and civic-   Students, Parent/Family Programs,   University. The office staff partners will
        minded culture; and vibrant arts and music scenes.              Academic Courses / Seminars         students by providing opportunities for
                                                                                                            leadership, encouraging self-discovery
        We are located in Salem, Oregons capital. The city of                                               through experiential education and
        152,000 is the epicenter of state government, law and                                               connecting needs with resources in an
        business and our campus is right across the street from the                                         inclusive environment.
        Capitol Building.

        Willamette is next to downtown Salem, which offers
        numerous restaurants, coffeehouses, festivals, concerts, a
        shopping mall and other activities.

        Were also in the heart of Oregons Willamette Valley a region
        known for its organic farms, Christmas trees and wineries
        and only 48 miles south of Portland, an urban cultural and
        economic hub.
       NODAC Interns are not affiliated with a specific institution, but Other: (please describe in Office   The NODAC 2012 educational goals and            Please note: candidates can apply for the
       rather work with the NODAC Conference Committee to plan Responsibilities section below)               outcomes seek to provide NODA members           NODAC internship AND pursue a summer
       and implement NODAC 2012 in Las Vegas, NV.                                                            with an intentional experience focused on       internship elsewhere.
                                                                                                             retention, current trends in higher education
                                                                                                             and innovation in the field as well as an
                                                                                                             abundance of networking opportunities. We
                                                                                                             hope that through active participation,
                                                                                                             attendees of the NODAC 2012 conference
                                                                                                             will fulfill these outcomes.




2000   Cal State San Bernardino is one of the fastest growing           Freshman Programs, Transfer          In addition to SOAR and Parent Programs,
       universities in California, largely because of its expanding     Student Programs, Parent/Family      the Office of Student Leadership and
       service area of San Bernardino and Riverside counties.           Programs, Summer                     Development oversees all registered clubs
       Founded in 1965, CSUSB currently enrolls more than 17,500        Orientation/Registration             and organizations, and Leadership Academy
       students and employs more than 2,100 faculty and staff. The                                           (certificate program). We provide leadership
       university's student population is one of the most diverse in                                         development opportunities through training,
       California, with a student enrollment so diverse that there is                                        workshops, and conferences.
       no majority ethnic group on campus. San Bernardino is home
       to year-round sports such as the Class A affiliate of the Los
       Angeles Dodgers, the Inland
       Empire 66ers, and the Western Region Little League
       Tournament. A 30-60 minute drive will take you to either the
       beach, mountain resorts, Disneyland, or Palm Springs, and a
       3-4 hour drive will lead to Las Vegas.
275   Founded in 1959, Cal Lutheran is part of a 500-year-old           Freshman Programs, Transfer         -7 day training and preparation program for
      tradition of Lutheran higher education a tradition that expects   Student Programs, Parent/Family     the Peer Advisors and Orientation Staff.
      you to ask the big questions and find your own answers.           Programs, Summer                    -4 day Welcome Week Orientation
      Encouraging critical inquiry into matters of both faith and       Orientation/Registration, Welcome   programs.
      reason, CLU is dedicated to excellence at the undergraduate       Week, Common Reading                -Summer Transfer Registration Days
      and graduate levels. Our intimate size and beautiful location     Programs, Academic Courses /        -1 day family/guest orientation program
      create the perfect setting for lively debate, and a learning      Seminars, FYE Programming           -Freshmen Seminar co-instructor student
      environment that values the individual.                                                               training
      CLU offers undergraduate, graduate and continuing                                                     -Summer Reading program and book talk
      education programs through its College of Arts and Sciences,                                          lesson plan
      School of Business and Graduate School of Education. The                                              -Large scale 600+ student social
      University offers 37 majors and 31 minors, in addition to                                             programming.
      professional preparation programs in specified fields of study.
      Masters degree programs are offered in education, business
      administration, public policy and administration, computer
      science, psychology, information systems and technology,
      and economics. The Graduate School of Education offers
      doctoral programs in educational leadership and higher
      education leadership, and the Psychology Department offers
      a Psy.D. in clinical psychology.
      CLUs orientation is a 4-day Orientation Welcome Week
      program. The Peer Advisors and Orientation Staff arrive 7
      days prior to orientation and participate in Prep Week
      (training and logistical preparation). The orientation programs
      is heavily connected and integrated with the First Year
      Experience and a Freshman Seminar Course.
      The 225-acre campus is located midway between Los
      Angeles (takes 45 minutes to get to Hollywood) and Santa
      Barbara (takes 45 minutes), nestled against the hills in
      Thousand Oaks, just 14 miles inland from Malibu (the beach)
50    Founded in 1887, Occidental (Oxy) is a small, highly selective Freshman Programs, Transfer      The Office of Student Life provides
      and diverse college in a big city.                               Student Programs, Welcome Week opportunities for involvement in student
                                                                                                      organizations, fraternities and sororities,
      Academics                                                                                       business enterprise, leadership development
                                                                                                      initiatives, new student programs, and
         * 31 majors - including six interdisciplinary majors - double                                student government. Students interested in
      major, declare a minor, or choose a self-designed course of                                     leadership, self-identity, collaboration,
      study.                                                                                          intercultural awareness and community
         * 10:1 student-faculty ratio.                                                                citizenship will find many unique
         * Average class size is 16 students.                                                         opportunities to meet their needs through
         * Most students take four classes per semester.                                              their involvement with OSL programs and
         * Our faculty has been recognized for excellence in both                                     initiatives.
      teaching and research. 92% above the rank of instructor have
      a Ph.D. or other terminal degree.
         * Occidental's Undergraduate Research Program is widely
      regarded as one of the best in the country.
         * Nearly half of the junior class participates in study
      abroad.

      People

      We are consistently named as one of the most diverse liberal
      arts colleges in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

      Student profile

        * 2,102 students from 42 states, the District of Columbia
      and 26 foreign countries
        * 57% women, 43% men
        * 5.6% Black or African American
        * 16.2% Asian
        * 14.1% Hispanics of any race
        * 1.8% Native American or Alaska Native
        * 0.6% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
        * 56.7% Caucasian
        * 2.6% international
150   Rural location & small town with foothills of Bay Area. 20     Freshman Programs, Transfer         Freshmen Transfer Students
      minutes to Oakland/Berkeley, 30 minutes to San Francisco.      Student Programs, International     Parents/Family Summer
      Public transportation accessible. Heart of Bay Area but a      Students, Parent/Family Programs,   Orientation/Registration Fall
      small town feel! Perfect summer weather.                       Summer Orientation/Registration,    Orientation/Registration mid Year
                                                                     Welcome Week, Common Reading        Orientation/Registration Common Reading
      Saint Mary's has a social justice emphasis, is student         Programs, Academic Courses /        Programs/Seminars/First Year Experience
      centered and is informed by Lasallian principles.              Seminars, FYE Programming           Courses Welcome Week
3,000   Located in downtown San Jose and the heart of Silicon            Freshman Programs,                  Located in Student Involvement, we also
        Valley, SJSU prides itself on over 150 years of service to the   Parent/Family Programs, Summer      work with Fraternity and Sorority Life and
        state of California. San Jose is the largest city in the Bay     Orientation/Registration, Welcome   Student Organizations and Leadership. This
        Area; only 45 miles from San Francisco, 45 miles to the          Week                                office is part of the Division of Student
        ocean and 4 hours to Lake Tahoe and other awesome                                                    Affairs.
        outdoor areas. Come experience the culture, diversity,
        innovation and beauty of Northern California. Welcome to the
        OAT family.




600     Sonoma State University is nestled in the heart of the           Freshman Programs, Transfer         The mission of the Sonoma State University
        beautiful wine country of Sonoma County                          Student Programs, Parent/Family     New Student Orientation & Family Programs
        (http://www.sonomacountyconnections.org/), CA and is one         Programs, Summer                    is to facilitate the successful transition of new
        of the 23 institutions that make up the California               Orientation/Registration            students and their families into the campus
        State University System. Located in the small town of                                                community. Through the promotion of the
        Rohnert Park (http://www.ci.rohnert-park.ca.us/), the                                                Universitys academic expectations and
        University is only 40 minutes from the ocean, 45 minutes                                             support, as well as developmental
        from San Francisco and 1.5 hours from the state                                                      opportunities, our programs assist students
        capital, Sacramento. Outdoor enthusiasts love the regions                                            and their families in feeling engaged and
        hiking and biking trails and the local communities                                                   prepared in identifying academically,
        provide an array of shopping, restaurants, farmers markets,                                          socially, and culturally as a Seawolf.
        and live-entertainment.
                                                                                                             We run two-day freshmen orientations that
                                                                                                             also have concurrent parent programs. We
                                                                                                             have 35 orientation leaders who take turns
                                                                                                             with groups on students and with groups of
                                                                                                             parents. This is our main focus during the
                                                                                                             summer months.

                                                                                                             We will have one transfer orientation that is
                                                                                                             one-day and no guests are accommodated.
                                                                                                             This program is prepared and facilitated by
                                                                                                             our office but is the different portions of the
                                                                                                             orientation are run by other campus partners
                                                                                                             (student services, academic departments,
                                                                                                             etc.)
2770+   Welcome to the city of Davis! UC Davis is the northern-most        Freshman Programs, Transfer           New Student Academic Services (NSAS) is a         Orientation is a long-standing program at UC
        University of California (UC) campus and is often referred to      Student Programs, International       subunit within the Office of Student              Davis, however it is entering into only it's third
        as a friendly campus. The campus was started in 1902 as the        Students, Parent/Family Programs,     Development (OSD) within Student Housing          year under the leadership of Student Housing.
        agricultural extension for UC Berkeley. UC Davis is also the       Summer Orientation/Registration       (Student Affairs, Auxiliary Dept). The Director   There is room for creativity, influence and
        largest UC campus in size (5,300 acres). We are rich with                                                of OSD oversees the NSAS unit, Residential        positive energy within our newly created intern
        diversity and global ways of thinking, and the only UC                                                   Education (REO), Conduct & Policy,                position. We're looking for someone who is
        campus to offer six professional schools. The campus is                                                  Leadership, Campus Fall Welcome Week              ready to learn and who will also teach us and
        located one hour northeast of San Francisco, 15 minutes                                                  and Greek Life. The Associate Director of         help our program and staff develop.
        west of Sacramento, the state capitol of California, and two                                             OSD oversees the NSAS, comprising
        hours from Lake Tahoe. Davis and most of the campus is flat,                                             Orientation, First-Year Experience, Living-
        which makes it easy to ride bicycles on campus and around                                                Learning Communities and First-Year
        town. The city has more bikes per capita than anywhere in                                                Seminars.
        the nation, and hosts the U.S. Bicycle Hall of Fame. The
        university operates a comprehensive bus system (Unitrans)
        that integrates with the city transportation model, making it
        very easy to travel around and unnecessary to have car. Our
        Davis Farmers Market is known as the place to be on
        Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings, for Picnic in
        the Park. Experience the diverse cuisines and plethora of
        dining options in downtown Davis. Come experience the
        small-town, college feel of Davis!

300     The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic university    Freshman Programs, Transfer           The mission of Student Leadership and
        founded in 1855 to educate leaders who will fashion a more         Student Programs, International       Engagement is to provide programs and
        humane and just world. Candidates should demonstrate a             Students, Parent/Family Programs,     services that support students' leadership
        commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and         Welcome Week, Other: (please          development and promote student
        contribute to the mission of the University. The 55-acre           describe in Office Responsibilities   engagement in co-curricular activities. The
        campus is located close to Golden Gate Park and overlooks          section below)                        programs offered are an annual leadership
        downtown San Francisco as well as the Golden Gate Bridge.                                                conference, Orientation Leader recruitment
        Public Transportation is easily accessible and can take                                                  and training, first-year leadership, student
        students and staff to many locations of the diverse city of San                                          leadership awards, and student organization
        Francisco.                                                                                               advising. For more information, please visit
                                                                                                                 our website: http://www.usfca.edu/sle/




300     The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic university    Freshman Programs, Transfer           Academic Support Services provides                New Student Orientation occurs three days prior
        founded in 1855 to educate leaders who will fashion a more         Student Programs, International       programs and services to help students            to the fall semester (Aug 20-23, 2012). It would
        humane and just world. Candidates should demonstrate a             Students, Parent/Family Programs,     through their academic career. Programs           ideal for the candidate to be able to be present
        commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and         Summer Orientation/Registration,      and services provided inclue, tutoring and        for the implementation of the orientation
        contribute to the mission of the University. The 55-acre           Welcome Week                          writing workshops, academic skills                program.
        campus is located close to Golden Gate Park and overlooks                                                workshops, first-generation support, student
        downtown San Francisco as well as the Golden Gate                                                        disability services, and orientation programs.
        Bridge. Public Transportation is easily accessible and can
        take students and staff to many locations of the diverse city of
        San Francisco.

        USF is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to
        affirmative action and to excellence through diversity. The
        University provides reasonable accommodations to qualified
        individuals with disabilities upon request.
1,500   Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins, Colorado,   Freshman Programs, Transfer         Orientation and Transition Programs          Orientation and Transition Programs Mission
        is situated on nearly 5,000 acres of land, including the main   Student Programs, International     coordinates all orientation programs for new
        campus, a foothills campus, an agricultural campus, and a       Students, Summer                    and transfer students along with mentoring   ...we create dynamic, student-centered
        mountain campus. Colorado State also has 4,600 acres for        Orientation/Registration, Welcome   programs for both first-year and transfer    experiences to inspire purposeful transitions.
        research centers, Cooperative Extension offices, and            Week                                students along with second year student
        Colorado State Forest Service stations. Fort Collins is an                                          programming.
        award-winning city located on the Front Range of the Rocky
        Mountains with the foothills and 14,000-foot peaks visible to                                       See website for more details.
        residents. Easy access to hiking, skiing, rafting and other
        outdoor sports is a great advantage to CSU students, faculty
        and staff. Located north of the Denver metro area, CSU is
        less than an hour
        away from one of the nation's leading airport Denver
        International Airport. Colorado State University's
        enrollment consists of about 25,000 resident-instruction
        students from every state and more than 80 foreign countries.
        Colorado residents comprise 80% of all students and 13% of
        U.S. students are ethnic minorities. The entering freshmen
        class of about 4,200 students about 1,200 new transfer
        students. The average entering freshman ranks in the 72nd
        percentile, brings a 3.5 grade-point average, and has an
        average ACT composite score of 24.0 or a SAT combined
        score of 1,120


0       CCA is located near Denver and the beautiful front range of Freshman Programs,                      The intern will work most closely with the    The intern will be expected to work
        the Rocky Mountains. This two-year institution has an          Parent/Family Programs, Summer       offices of student life, advisement and       approximately 20 hours a week with a flexible
        extremely diverse student body with a high percentage of part- Orientation/Registration             financial aid, as well as directly with the   schedule (to accommodate day and evening
        time and first-generation students. The college offers both                                         Dean of Student Success and the VP of         programs across two locations). Sessions are
        transfer and career and technical programs.                                                         Student Services.                             likely to be scheduled Monday through Friday
                                                                                                                                                          leaving weekends available for other work or
                                                                                                                                                          play opportunities. CCA is a small and friendly
                                                                                                                                                          institution and a great place to gain both
                                                                                                                                                          orientation and community college experience.
100    The Denver Campus of Johnson & Wales University is in its         Freshman Programs, Transfer         The department of Orientation and First-Year Graduate students looking to contribute energy
       11th year and is home to more than 1600 students. Located         Student Programs, Parent/Family     Initiatives is responsible for orientation    and innovative ideas to a young campus, while
       on a beautiful, 26-acre campus nestled in one of Denver's         Programs, Summer                    throughout the summer, once in November gaining a broad range of experiences will thrive
       most historic neighborhoods, JWU offers students the              Orientation/Registration, Welcome   for winter term entrants, and once in March in this environment. Interns will also have the
       opportunity to live and study in one of the most dynamic cities   Week, FYE Programming               for spring entrants. In addition, Orientation opportunity to network with orientation
       in the world. With the majestic Rocky Mountains as our                                                and First-Year Initiatives manages WIGIS      professionals and graduate students in the
       backdrop and more than 300 days of sunshine each year, our                                            (Wildcat Interest Groups for Incoming         Denver area.
       students develop professional and life skills on a campus that                                        Students), the academic year First-Year
       has been home to students for over one hundred years - yet                                            Experience program, Wildcat Welcome, and
       they learn and study in state-of-the-art business and culinary                                        Family Weekend. These programs serve first-
       facilities that are unrivaled in the western part of the United                                       year and transfer students, along with their
       States.                                                                                               families.




3000   Located in the heart of downtown Denver, Metro State              Freshman Programs, Transfer         We also host orientation sessions for adult
       College of Denver is located on the Auraria campus, which is      Student Programs, Parent/Family     students (student 25 years of age and older)
       also home to two other institutions of higher education. It is    Programs, Summer                    who are starting or returning to college. Also,
       the only higher education campus in the United States that        Orientation/Registration, Other:    we facilitate an online orientation program for
       offers three different institutions on one campus. Metro State    (please describe in Office          transfer students. In total we have 6 different
       students make up almost half of the student population at         Responsibilities section below)     types of orientations we facilitate and NODA
       23,000 of the 46,000 students. Metro State students are a                                             Interns will have the opportunity to work with
       unique population with a variety of backgrounds and                                                   all the sessions.
       experiences. The diverse student body is made up of 45%
       transfer students. 28% of students are of a minority race,
       55% identify as women, and 93% of students come from the
       city and surrounding counties. The median age of a student is
       23. Shopping, museums, art/theater/sporting events and
       nightlife are all within walking distance of campus. Metro
       State is also just a short drive away from hiking, biking,
       rafting, and rock climbing in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
       For more information about Metro State, check out the
       website at http://www.mscd.edu/about/.
1,200   Spend the summer in beautiful Boulder, Colorado! Founded         Freshman Programs, Transfer         The Office of Orientation coordinates
        in 1876, this is the original campus of the University of        Student Programs, International     mandatory orientation programming for all
        Colorado, and one of the outstanding public, research            Students, Parent/Family Programs,   incoming freshman and transfer students as
        universities in the country. CU students come from all over      Summer Orientation/Registration     well as their family and guests. We recruit,
        the world. A noteworthy 45% of the 5,600 freshmen entering                                           hire, train and supervise 20 student staff.
        CU are out-of-state students. The Boulder campus is often                                            We provide key support to the
        recognized as one of the most beautiful campuses in the                                              implementation of the campus Gender
        nation. The city of Boulder is at the foothills of the Rocky                                         Violence Prevention Plan.
        Mountains and under 40 minutes from Denver. Summer in
        Boulder is notable for many festivals and cultural
        opportunities, as well as an abundance of opportunities for
        outdoor enthusiasts. Traveling in and around Boulder is easy
        with over 80 miles of bike and pedestrian travels connecting
        the city. For more information:
        http://www.colorado.edu/explore/index.html




2,100   A total of over 1 million people live in the Salt Lake Valley    Freshman Programs, Transfer         Orientation programming for first-year and    www.sa.utah.edu/orientation,
        area. The city is situated in a valley, with the Wasatch         Student Programs, Parent/Family     transfer students. First-Year programs        www.parents.utah.edu
        Mountains to the east and north, and the Oquirrh                 Programs, Summer                    include discipline-specific and general
        (pronounced oaker) Mountains to the west. Salt Lake City is      Orientation/Registration, Welcome   orientation sessions, as well as two four-day
        at an elevation of 4,300 feet and situated in on land once       Week                                outdoor orientation sessions. All first-year
        covered by ancient Lake Bonneville. Downtown Salt Lake is                                            programs include a concurrent (separate)
        only a 10-minute TRAX (light rail) ride away from campus and                                         orientation session for parents and family
        offers a wide array of activities, including shopping,                                               members.
        restaurants, and sports competitions. Within 30 minutes of
        campus are numerous opportunities for outdoor activities,
        including hiking, biking, fishing, river rafting, camping, and
        much more.
200   At an altitude of 7,700 feet, Western's campus among the            Freshman Programs, Transfer         Our Orientation Office is housed within
      Colorado Rocky Mountains in Gunnison, is beautiful and              Student Programs, Parent/Family     LEAD, which promotes leadership,
      inspiring- this valley is a destination for a different kind of     Programs, Welcome Week, FYE         engagement, and development at Western.
      lifestyle. You'll find many ways to test your limits in this        Programming                         The LEAD's Office purpose is to create and
      breathtaking and rugged alpine playground. Our quaint                                                   provide leadership development
      mountain towns are safe and relaxing, and offer something                                               opportunities and actively engage our
      for everyone. Crested Butte is known as Colorado's last great                                           students into the WSC and local community.
      ski town and is the official Wildflower Capitol of Colorado not                                         Our office provides students with
      to mention it is only 30 miles from Western's campus.                                                   opportunities for direct participation in
                                                                                                              activities, involving their academic,
      Only minutes from campus is some of the world's best                                                    emotional, physical, spiritual or career-
      powder for skiing, granite faces for bouldering and climbing, a                                         related development.
      whitewater park perfect for kayaking, and miles of trails to
      hike and mountain bike.                                                                                 The LEAD Office also maintains support for
                                                                                                              annual programs such as workstudy,
      At Western State College of Colorado, you will have an                                                  sustainability initiatives, WRAP (western's
      unmatchable opportunity to extend your academic experience                                              Responsible Alcohol Partnership), Senior
      beyond the classroom. Our environment in the Colorado                                                   Reception, Family Weekend, Week of
      Rocky Mountains is beautiful, inspiring and motivating.                                                 Welcome and Community Clean-up, as well
                                                                                                              as promoting other service learning
      Rafting, kayaking, boating, sailing, windsurfing, mountain                                              opportunities.
      biking, cycling and world class fishing are all within minutes of
      Western. As part of the Center for Outdoor Leadership,
      Western's Recreation and Outdoor Education majors
      annually host the Gunnison River Festival which includes
      kayak races, climbing competitions, food and music.

      The 1.7 million acres of the Gunnison River Territory
      encompasses some of theis part ofand most beautiful terrain
      Lone Star College-CyFair wildest the fastest-growing                Freshman Programs, Transfer         Student Recruitment; Campus Visits;
      community college system in Texas and one of the                    Student Programs, Parent/Family     College Days; Open House; Summer Bridge
      fastest-growing in the nation. The college is only 8 years old      Programs, Summer                    Program; New Student Orientation; Parent
      with an enrollment of over 19,000 students, over half of whom       Orientation/Registration, Welcome   Orientation; Retention Programs
      are minority students with a more traditional-age population        Week
      with the average age being about 22. LSC-CyFair is a
      beautiful campus with 200 acres of land and 18 acres of
      lakes running through the middle of campus. We are located
      on the west side of Houston which is the 4th largest city in the
      country an increasingly cosmopolitan location with an influx
      of diverse ethnic groups and a strong emphasis on the arts.
      Home to NASA, Johnson Space Center, the Houston Astros,
      the 4th largest museum district in the country, 8,000+
      restaurants, major shopping centers, and located near the
      ocean there is much to see and do in the summer and in the
      city.
300     Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit university ranked    Freshman Programs, Transfer         The Student Involvement Center staff is
        among the top research institutions in the nation. The            Student Programs, Summer            made up of a Director, an Assistant Director,
        University fosters the intellectual and character development     Orientation/Registration, Welcome   a Manager of Operations, 5 Program
        of more than 14,000 students. Founded in 1818, it is the          Week, Common Reading                Coordinators, one half-time Coordinator, and
        oldest university west of the Mississippi and the second          Programs, FYE Programming           2 graduate interns. The Student Involvement
        oldest Jesuit university in the United States. Through                                                Center coordinates First-Year Experience
        teaching, research, health care and community service, Saint                                          Programs, Sophomore/Junior-Year
        Louis University has provided one-of-a-kind education,                                                Experience Programs, Senior-Year
        leadership and service for nearly two centuries.                                                      Experience Programs, Transfer Student
                                                                                                              Programs, Learning Communities, Student
        SLU is located in Midtown St. Louis, Missouri, two blocks                                             Activities, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Servant
        south of the Grand Center arts district and close to Forest                                           Leadership Programs, Student Clubs &
        Park, the largest city park in the country which is home to the                                       Organizations, and Late Night Programming.
        St. Louis Zoo, History Museum, Science Center, Art Museum,                                            The NODA intern will be part of the
        The Muny Outdoor Theater, and more. Summer in St. Louis                                               professional staff team and will be included
        is filled with Cardinals baseball and many free festivals,                                            in any department/divisional development
        shows, and concerts.                                                                                  opportunities.




2,200   Sam Houston State University is the third oldest university in    Freshman Programs, Transfer         The New Student Orientation Program hosts
        the state of Texas. Founded in 1879, SHSU was originally a        Student Programs, Parent/Family     organized, purposeful, and positive
        teachers college. SHSU is one of the fastest growing              Programs, Summer                    introduction sessions for all new SHSU
        universities in the state with a current enrollment of 17,618.    Orientation/Registration            students and their families. These sessions
        SHSU is conveniently located in Huntsville, TX 70 miles north                                         help them become familiar with services and
        of Houston. Huntsville has been experiencing a tremendous                                             programs vital to their successful transition
        growth as well, moving from being a large college town to                                             as full and active members of the SHSU
        being a small city with a lot of new economic opportunities.                                          community. Partnering collaboratively with
        The University hosts many excellent academic programs, a                                              other university offices and departments,
        strong athletic program, and a campus culture focused on                                              these sessions help students gain the skills,
        leadership and service. The low student-to-teacher ratio                                              information and meaningful relationships
        along with the academic program makes SHSU, a great                                                   important to successful long-term academic
        name in Texas education. SHSU truly lives the school motto,                                           and personal outcome. NSO Programs are
        The measure of a life is its service.                                                                 housed in the Vice President for Enrollment
                                                                                                              Management Office under the direction of
                                                                                                              the Parent/New Student Programs
                                                                                                              Coordinator.
1,775   Texas A&M University was founded in 1876 as an all-male,           Freshman Programs, Transfer         In support of Texas A&M University's
        military, land-grant institution. Texas A&M is now classified as   Student Programs, International     mission, the goal of the Office of New
        a Research I University by the Carnegie Foundation and has         Students, Parent/Family Programs,   Student Programs (NSP) is to facilitate the
        a co-ed enrollment of more than 50,000. While the University       Summer Orientation/Registration,    success of new students through their first
        has changed a great deal since its inception, it has retained      Welcome Week                        year at A&M, thereby, retaining them for their
        much of the culture and rich traditions of its heritage.                                               second year and through graduation. We
        Students at Texas A&M are motivated, high-achieving, and                                               achieve this goal by providing new students
        proud to be Aggies. Texas A&M University is located 90 miles                                           with the framework to adjust to the
        Northwest of Houston and 90 miles Northeast of Austin in                                               expectations, standards, academic rigors,
        College Station, a university-centered community. Minimal                                              and social community at Texas A&M
        weekend work gives you time to explore Texas. Two sessions                                             University. Additionally, we recognize the
        of summer classes as well as the 17 New Student                                                        important role that family members play in a
        Conferences keep the campus busy. Summer is hot and                                                    student's college success and strive to equip
        humid in College Station. For more information about Texas                                             families with the resources to aid their
        A&M, visit http://www.tamu.edu/about/.                                                                 student throughout their student's college
                                                                                                               career.

                                                                                                               The Office of New Student Programs is
                                                                                                               responsible for:
                                                                                                               New Student Conferences- a mandatory
                                                                                                               orientation and registration conference for all
                                                                                                               incoming students
                                                                                                               Aggie Orientation Leader Program- office
                                                                                                               staff advise this student organization which
                                                                                                               assists with New Student Conferences
                                                                                                               ATMentors- a mentoring program designed
                                                                                                               to help each student feel part of the Aggie
                                                                                                               community
                                                                                                               First-Year Photo Project- serves as a way for
                                                                                                               first-year students to intentionally document
                                                                                                               their personal transition to Texas A&M
                                                                                                               University through guided photography,
                                                                                                               internal reflection and communication with
                                                                                                               others.
                                                                                                               Amplify- a series of programs and workshops
                                                                                                               offered throughout the semester to help
505     TCU is right in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, one of the two Freshman Programs, Transfer          Student Development Services (SDS)
        major cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan area. Fort Student Programs, International       maximizes student potential through
        Worth is home to the 2nd largest cultural district in the       Students, Parent/Family Programs,   individual and community development. By
        country, a                                                      Summer Orientation/Registration,    overseeing leadership development,
        beautiful downtown area with restaurants, theatres, shopping, Common Reading Programs               community and international involvement,
        and art galleries, and a rich Western heritage. For more                                            organizational membership, experiential
        information on Fort Worth, please visit:                                                            learning, mentoring, transitional
        http://www.fortworth.com/ TCU is located approximately 45                                           programming, and the cultivation of a culture
        minutes from downtown Dallas. Institutional Characteristics: 4-                                     of care, SDS provides students with the
        year, private, co-educational, doctoral-granting                                                    opportunity to learn, to lead, to achieve, and
        Institutional Motto and Mission: TCU's motto                                                        to contribute.
        is: Learning to change the world. TCUs mission is: To                                               Our programs include:
        educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and                                         Celebration of University Leadership
        responsible citizens in the global community                                                        Chancellor's Assembly
                                                                                                            Chancellor's Leadership Program
                                                                                                            Common Reading
                                                                                                            Community Renewal
                                                                                                            Connections
                                                                                                            Frog Camp
                                                                                                            International Frog Camps
                                                                                                            Inward Bound Leadership Seminars
                                                                                                            Leadership Center/Leadership Development
                                                                                                            Programs
                                                                                                            Leadership Exchanges
                                                                                                            Leadership For Life
                                                                                                            Leadership Opportunities
                                                                                                            Men's Programs
                                                                                                            Mentality
                                                                                                            Mentoring
                                                                                                            Model UN
                                                                                                            One Book, One TCU
                                                                                                            Orientation
                                                                                                            Parent & Family Programs
                                                                                                            StrengthsQuest
                                                                                                            Student Organizations
                                                                                                            Transfer Students
3,500   Texas State's main campus is in San Marcos, a growing             Freshman Programs, Transfer       Our New Student Orientation office is
        community of 50,000 people about halfway between Austin           Student Programs, Parent/Family   housed in the Office of Undergraduate
        and San Antonio with a 30 minute drive to either cities. Our      Programs, Summer                  Admissions who we work closely with. In the
        campus is located in a small college town located on the          Orientation/Registration          academic school year our Orientation staff
        edge of the Texas Hill Country. The beauty of the crystal-                                          recruits in and out of state prospective
        clear San Marcos River and the stately cypress and pecan                                            students.
        trees on the campus adds to the charm of the universitys
        picturesque setting. Our location on the banks of the San
        Marcos River provides recreational activities for students
        throughout the year. Texas State University is a diverse
        campus and the 5th largest in the state of Texas. We are a
        student serving institution and try to personalize with a small
        feel at our New Student Orientation programs.
30    Located just a few miles from downtown, Trinity University            Freshman Programs, Transfer        The department actively encourages holistic
      has a beautiful 40-acre campus located close to all San               Student Programs, Parent/Family    student development by fostering leadership,
      Antonio has to offer. Local attractions include the Riverwalk,        Programs, Welcome Week,            celebrating diversity, and facilitating a vibrant
      the Alamo, the historical Missions, the San Antonio Spurs,            Common Reading Programs            co-curricular environment. The
      the hill country, and the Market Square. San Antonio enjoys                                              programmatic scope consists of new student
      all the diversions of a major metropolitan area while still                                              orientation, student organization advisement,
      maintaining a "small town" feel.                                                                         leadership programs, parent programs,
                                                                                                               diversity initiatives, service programs,
      Trinity University is a selective liberal arts and sciences                                              fraternity and sorority life, and student-edited
      institution that has a strong commitment to being a residential                                          publications. Additionally, Coates University
      campus--students are required to live on-campus through                                                  Center and Mail Center provide essential
      their junior year. A little more than half of Trinity students call                                      services to campus. The Coates University
      Texas home while the out-of-state and international student                                              Center serves as the hub of campus life. It is
      populations continue to grow each year. About 22% of Trinity                                             a primary venue for programming held by
      students are a part of an ethnic minority. During the summer,                                            students, staff, and faculty.
      we have few students around campus as class and research
      opportunities are limited.

      The Student Affairs division at Trinity is a dynamic and
      interactive one. Our NODA Intern will find an excellent range
      of new, advancing, and established professionals to work
      with, shadow, and learn from during their time here. In
      addition, San Antonio is home to several other college
      campuses, and it strongly encouraged that they interact with
835   University of Missouri, is located in the city of Columbia,           Freshman Programs, Transfer        The Office of New Student Programs
      Missouri. Columbia is approximately two hours from St. Louis,         Student Programs, Summer           coordinates a number of things. We have 3
      Missouri and Kansas City, Missouri. With a population of              Orientation/Registration, Common   orientation programs: Summer Welcome
      105,000, the city of Columbia is home of The District, the            Reading Programs                   (May-July), August Orientation (for those
      downtown area of unique restaurants, specialty stores, art                                               who could not make it to Summer Welcome),
      galleries, and coffee shops, all within walking distance of                                              and Winter Welcome (for those starting in
      campus. During the summer, The District is host to a number                                              the Spring semester).
      of festivals. For those who enjoy the outdoors, the 4.7 mile                                             We also coordinate the University's joint
      MKT Nature and Fitness begins in downtown Columbia.                                                      reading program, Mizzou Reads.
                                                                                                               Finally, in 2010 we founded the Involvement
                                                                                                               Ambassadors group. These are current
                                                                                                               undergraduate students who give
                                                                                                               presentations across campus demonstrating
                                                                                                               the importance of getting involved on
                                                                                                               campus and explaining the best way to do
                                                                                                               it.

                                                                                                               More information about our office can be
                                                                                                               found on our website
                                                                                                               http://newstudent.missouri.edu
3500    The University of North Texas (UNT) is the flagship campus          Freshman Programs, Transfer         Parent Orientation is one of the programs
        of the UNT system. We are a public, research university             Student Programs, Parent/Family     offered through the parent and family
        located in Denton, Texas, 36 miles north of Dallas/Fort Worth       Programs, Summer                    programs area of the Office of Orientation
        area. With more than 36,000 students, UNT serves as the             Orientation/Registration, Welcome   and Transition Programs. UNT offers several
        area's                                                              Week, FYE Programming               three-day sessions for family members of
        leading research institution. Forbes included UNT on its 2010                                           incoming freshman and several one-day
        Best College List and The Princeton Review named us a                                                   sessions for families of transfer students.
        "Best in West" university. UNT is one of three universities in                                          The program is not mandatory, but is
        Texas on The Princeton Review's list of environmentally                                                 strongly encouraged. Other services and
        responsible universities. UNT is a leading transfer institution                                         programs offered in the area include:
        in the region. UNT is the fourth largest institution in the                                             working with our 1,200-member Parent
        state of Texas. Denton, a college town of 100,000 people is                                             Association, coordinating our 16-city summer
        within driving distance of many popular                                                                 send off party program and planning of
        restaurants, and is a unique blend of local Texas culture and                                           Family Weekend, as well as all
        college town attitude. Interns usually benefit from being within                                        correspondence and programming for family
        driving distance of the Dallas area's tourist attactions, as well                                       members throughout the year.
        as other major attactions in Texas, including Austin (5 hours),
        San Antonio (6 hours) and Houston (6 hours).                                                            The Office of Orientation and Transition
                                                                                                                Programs coordinates programs and
                                                                                                                activities designed to help students and their
                                                                                                                families successful transition into and
                                                                                                                through the University of North Texas. Staff
                                                                                                                in our office coordinate: new student,
                                                                                                                transfer and parent orientations; class cause
                                                                                                                and class identity programs; mentoring
                                                                                                                programs; UNT's signature Family Weekend
                                                                                                                event; all parent programs; the university's
                                                                                                                Eagle Camp extended orientation and the
                                                                                                                Transfer Center, a resource hub for transfer
                                                                                                                students.



3,500   The University of North Texas (UNT) is located 30 miles north       Freshman Programs, Transfer         Through Orientation and Transition
        of Dallas/Ft. Worth and is the areas leading research               Student Programs, Parent/Family     Programs, resources and services are
        institution. UNT is the flagship campus of the UNT System           Programs, Summer                    provided to help students establish and
        and offers a variety of undergraduate, master's, and doctoral       Orientation/Registration, Welcome   attain their educational goals. Beginning with
        level degrees. UNT is the leading transfer institution of the       Week, FYE Programming               first-year students, the office serves as a
        region, with close to half our student population transferring                                          central location to help students connect with
        from other schools in the state. We are also the fourth largest                                         their peers, faculty, staff, and parents. These
        institution in the state of Texas. Denton is a college town of                                          connections help guide and direct students
        100,000 people, is within driving distance of many popular                                              throughout their educational experience at
        restaurants, and is a unique blend of local Texas culture and                                           UNT and facilitate their success.
        college town attitude. Interns generally benefit from being
        within driving distance of other major tourist attractions within
        Texas, including Austin (5 hours), San Antonio (6 hours) and
        Houston (6 hours).
5   The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort     International Students,          The Office of Student Development is part of
    Worth, opened in 1970 as the Texas College of Osteopathic       Parent/Family Programs, Summer   the Division of Student Affairs at the
    Medicine (TCOM). Our 1,700-student campus has grown to          Orientation/Registration         University of North Texas Health Science
    also comprise of the Graduate School of Biomedical                                               Center. The Office of Student Development
    Sciences, School of Public Health, and School of Health                                          offers a variety of services to enable
    Professions. TCOM faculty provide patient care to our                                            students to succeed in their academic and
    community through UNT Health, the largest multi-specialty                                        professional careers.
    group practice in Tarrant County. Located on 33 acres in the
    heart of Fort Worth's Cultural District, we are committed to                                     These services include: Career Services,
    providing Texas and the nation the highest quality health                                        International Student Services, Leadership
    professionals.                                                                                   Council, Orientation, Pre-Orientation &
                                                                                                     Relocation Fair, Registered Student
    University of North Texas Health Science Center is located in                                    Organizations, and Student Programs &
    the vibrant and growing city of Fort Worth, Texas. Mixing the                                    Events.
    traditional with the new, Fort Worth never ceases to surprise
    visitors with its blend of urban and cowboy cultures. The                                        The Office of Student Development also
    downtown area has been redeveloped into the always                                               manages the student lounge areas, which
    "hopping" Sundance Square area and offers a safe                                                 consist of TVs, foosball tables, billiards, ping
    environment with a variety of dining and shopping                                                pong tables, vending machines, and
    opportunities. UNTHSC campus sits about two miles west of                                        microwaves.
    downtown on the edge of the Fort Worth Cultural District.
    This park-like area is home to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden                                     We also manage and assist with a number
    and several world class museums and entertainment                                                of student services including: Housing
    venues.                                                                                          Assistance, Lockers, Posting Flyers around
                                                                                                     Campus, Purchasing Textbooks Online,
    We have a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body,                                    Scheduling Student Meetings, Student
    and excel in every area of our mission - education, research,                                    Policies and Voter Registration.
    patient care and community service.
                                                                                                     Finally, the Office of Student Development
                                                                                                     communicates regularly with all UNTHSC
                                                                                                     students using OrgSync, as well as our
                                                                                                     weekly Student Organization Newsletter.
5,000   With a commitment to life-enhancing research, teaching        Summer Orientation/Registration      The New Maverick Orientation program         With a commitment to life-enhancing research,
        excellence, and service to the community, The                                                      services approximately 2,700 freshmen and    teaching excellence, and service to the
        University of Texas at Arlington is an educational leader in                                       1,800 guests each summer through a 2-day     community, The
        the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The                                                  program consisting of academic resources     University of Texas at Arlington is an
        University's 33,000 students pursue more than 180                                                  and students services information,           educational leader in the heart of the Dallas-
        bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in an extensive                                          interaction with upperclassmen orientation   Fort Worth Metroplex. The University's 33,000
        range of disciplines. UT Arlington's tree-lined campus                                             leaders, academic advising, and course       students pursue more than 180 bachelor's,
        encompasses 420 acres and more than 100 buildings in                                               registration. The program employs            master's and doctoral degrees in an extensive
        the center of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. UT Arlington's                                      approximately 25 undergraduate               range of disciplines. UT Arlington's tree-lined
        diverse student body hails from all corners of                                                     orientation leaders.                         campus encompasses 420 acres and more than
        the United States and almost 130 countries. Nearly 300                                                                                          100 buildings in the center of the Dallas-Fort
        campus organizations give students a myriad of                                                                                                  Worth Metroplex. UT Arlington's diverse student
        opportunities to become active participants in the Maverick                                                                                     body hails from all corners of the United States
        community. The New Maverick Orientation                                                                                                         and almost 130 countries. Nearly 300 campus
        program services approximately 3,000 freshmen and 1,800                                                                                         organizations give students a myriad of
        guests each summer through a 2-day program                                                                                                      opportunities to become active participants in
        consisting of academic resources and students services                                                                                          the Maverick community.
        information, interaction with upperclassmen orientation
        leaders, academic advising, and course registration. The
        program employs approximately 25 undergraduate
        orientation leaders.




2500    The University of Texas San Antonio serves the San Antonio      Freshman Programs, Transfer        New Student Transitions Camps and
        metropolitan area and the broader region of South Texas         Student Programs, Parent/Family    Adventure Trips
        through programs and services offered from its three            Programs, Summer
        campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus and the                  Orientation/Registration, Other:
        Hemisfair Park Campus.                                          (please describe in Office
                                                                        Responsibilities section below)
        With over 30,000 students enrolled in 133 degree programs,
        UTSA continues to be one of the state's fastest-growing
        public universities.

        UTSAs Main campus is located across the street from Six
        Flags Fiesta Texas and gorgeous open-air mall, The Shops
        at La Cantera. San Antonio does not have a large public
        transit system, so the interns should consider bringing their
        own vehicles.

        For more information about the San Antonio Metropolitan
        Area please visit the following websites:
        www.sanantoniocvb.com or www.downtownsanantonio.org
450    Innovative, Comprehensive, Fresh, Resourceful, Respected,        Freshman Programs, Transfer           Peer Mentors known as Connection Leaders
       Local, Global. Theres no one way to view Webster University.     Student Programs, International       on Webster's campus.
       The school founded on the principle of providing a higher        Students, Parent/Family Programs,
       education to those who might not possess the opportunity to      Summer Orientation/Registration,      MAP-Works Retention Initiative Software
       obtain one today operates as a private, nonprofit, accredited    Common Reading Programs,
       university offering undergraduate and graduate education.        Academic Courses / Seminars,          Financial Literacy Education
       The home campus is located in Webster Groves, Mo., a             FYE Programming, Other: (please
       picturesque suburb of St. Louis. The university certainly has    describe in Office Responsibilities   Summer Freshman Registration Days
       grown since it was established in 1915 and now includes          section below)
       more than 100 campus locations throughout the United
       States and across the globe. Its created a unique
       educational environment at Webster, blending the
       conveniences of a small university with the opportunities of a
       large one. Webster is dedicated to academic excellence,
       innovation in higher education, meeting students needs in an
       ever-changing world and incorporating an international
       perspective throughout the curriculum. Students can choose
       from programs in the schools of business and technology,
       communications or education; or select majors in the
       colleges of fine arts or arts and sciences. They can study in
       the U.S., Austria, China, Great Britain, the Netherlands,
       Switzerland and Thailand. Its all a part of the Webster
2000   With the happiest students and one of the most diverse           Freshman Programs, Transfer           The Office of New Student and Family
       student populations in the nation, DePaul University is also     Student Programs, Parent/Family       Engagement strives to assist students and
       the largest Catholic university in the country and the largest   Programs, Summer                      their families in making a smooth transition
       private institution in Chicago. DePauls two main campuses        Orientation/Registration, Welcome     into life at DePaul University. We do this by
       include Lincoln Park and Loop. Located in the heart of           Week, Academic Courses /              providing a holistic orientation experience for
       Chicagos historic Lincoln Park neighborhood, the Universitys     Seminars, FYE Programming             all new students and families as well as
       Lincoln Park campus is the oldest, largest and most active of                                          connecting students and families to services,
       the seven campuses, and offers a traditional university                                                resources, and engagement opportunities
       environment. Located at Jackson and State streets, near                                                necessary to successfully navigate the
       some of Chicagos most beloved cultural institutions, the Loop                                          University. We also introduce students and
       campus offers students all the advantages of a university                                              parents to DePaul values and traditions
       campus with the facilities and connections to the city's                                               through orientations, large-scale events
       thriving business community. The stores, theatres,                                                     (including Welcome Week and Family
       restaurants, and music clubs near both campuses reflect the                                            Weekend) and other types of programming
       culturally rich urban environment of DePaul and the dynamic                                            (including Chicago Quarter).
       community of DePauls students. DePaul University is just
       steps away from Lake Michigan beaches, bike paths, the L
       train, and tons of Chicago summer festivals.
125   Dominican University is located 10 miles west of downtown          Freshman Programs, Transfer          The Advising Office serves all undergraduate
      Chicago. Chicago is accessible via public transportation from      Student Programs, International      students at Dominican University. The office
      the Oak Park/River Forest area. The downtown Oak Park              Students, Summer                     functions as a resource base for not only
      area offers shopping, a movie theatre and a variety of             Orientation/Registration, Academic   students, but also faculty advisors. This
      restaurants. There are many summer festivals and events in         Courses / Seminars                   dynamic helps build relationships with both
      Oak Park and Chicago.                                                                                   students and faculty. The intern will work
                                                                                                              with the following office: Admissions,
      The incoming first year class is diverse, with nearly 1/3 of the                                        Financial Aid, Student Accounts and the
      students being Hispanic. The undergraduate enrollment is                                                Dean of Students Office. The intern will
      1800 with 650 residential students.                                                                     specifically work with new student orientation
                                                                                                              for freshmen and transfer students. This
                                                                                                              position allows them to do both program
                                                                                                              planning and advising.




125   Dominican University is located 10 miles west of downtown          Freshman Programs, Transfer          The Dean of Students office serves as the
      Chicago. Chicago is accessible via public transportation from      Student Programs, International      leadership of Student Affairs, including
      the Oak Park/River Forest area. The downtown Oak Park              Students, Parent/Family Programs,    Student Involvement (recreation, commuter
      area offers shopping, a movie theatre and a variety of             Summer Orientation/Registration,     programming, leadership development,
      restaurants. There are many summer festivals and events in         Welcome Week, FYE                    student organizations, programming),
      Oak Park and Chicago.                                              Programming                          Residence Life, Athletics (12 varsity athletic
                                                                                                              teams, Division III), Wellness Center (health
                                                                                                              and counseling services), Conduct, Disability
                                                                                                              Support Services, Family Programming,
                                                                                                              Retention, and Orientation.

                                                                                                              The intern will work closely with Enrollment
                                                                                                              Management, Academic Advising in the day
                                                                                                              to day planning and implementation of the
                                                                                                              orientation programs, as well as over 15
                                                                                                              university offices in the execution of the
                                                                                                              SOAR programs.
200   The Illinois Institute of Technology is located just South of        Freshman Programs, Transfer         The office of Campus Life has responsibility There will be an emphasis on working with
      downtown Chicago. It is connected to the city by two different       Student Programs, International     for the following programs:                  International Students (IIT's international
      public transit train lines as well as a number of bus routes.        Students, Parent/Family Programs,   Advising Student Organizations               student population is nearly 40%).
      Opportunities exist to make contact with other universities in       Summer Orientation/Registration,    Orientation
      the area to tour and meet other interns or professionals.            Welcome Week                        Parent Programs
                                                                                                               Student Organization Recognition
                                                                                                               Office Programming (Stress Free Zone,
                                                                                                               etc.)
                                                                                                               FYE Programming
                                                                                                               Student Workers
                                                                                                               UB Advisor (Programming Board)
                                                                                                               Outreach (Promoting the office to campus &
                                                                                                               students)
                                                                                                               Leadership Development

                                                                                                               Many of these areas have recently been
                                                                                                               added into the initial scope of the office, so
                                                                                                               there will be several opportunities to help
                                                                                                               create and implement programming.



      Iowa Western Community College is tucked into the beautiful          Freshman Programs,                  IWCC has a growing student body. IWCC
      Loess Hills in Council Bluffs. With its peaceful setting, Iowa       Parent/Family Programs, Other:      host orientation programs for freshmen and
      Western offers picturesque scenery, wandering paths, and a           (please describe in Office          student-athletes. Orientation sessions are
      quiet getaway. Yet, with downtown Omaha just 10 minutes              Responsibilities section below)     designed to be student-friendly with smaller
      from campus, a big city fix is never far from students. Social                                           group sessions (20-30 students each). The
      events, sports, and scenery they are all here, and they are on                                           orientation programs is housed in the
      or close to our campus. There are many recreational                                                      Student Success Office. Other departments
      activities to take part in including riding your bike on the trail                                       include Academic Assistance, Diability
      that starts right on campus or tossing a Frisbee on our                                                  Services, TRiO Program, Tutoring, and
      championship-style disc golf course. Enjoy concerts, art                                                 Cyber Library.
      exhibits, museums, movies, sporting events, and abundant
      shopping in the Council Bluffs-Omaha metro area. Annual
      summer highlights in the area include the College World
      Series, Summer Arts Festival, Shakespeare on the Green
      and Movies in the Park. Iowa Western is one of the fastest
      growing community colleges in the country with over 90
      different associate degree programs available to students.
      Students come from all over Iowa, surrounding states, and 90
      different countries. Iowa Western is a growing campus
      community filling the educational needs of its students and
      community it serves.
70    Lakeland is a private, applied liberal arts college preparing      Freshman Programs, Transfer           The Office of Student Activities is
      4,000 students to make a living and make a life. Classes are       Student Programs, International       responsible for orientation programs, the
      offered in seven locations throughout Wisconsin, online, and       Students, Parent/Family Programs,     management and events of the on-campus
      at an international campus in Tokyo, Japan. Lakeland               Summer Orientation/Registration,      Pub, Greek Life, student organizations,
      Colleges main campus, which serves approximately 900               Welcome Week, Other: (please          leadership development, programming board
      students, is located in a scenic rural setting near Lake           describe in Office Responsibilities   (Lakeland College Campus Activities Board,
      Michigan in Sheboygan County, Wis. It is ideally situated an       section below)                        which includes large events such as
      hour north of Milwaukee and an hour south of Green Bay with                                              Homecoming, Family Weekend, Welcome
      easy interstate access to both cities. Lakeland students are                                             Week, Welcome Back Week and Spring
      also served online and in Chippewa Falls, Central Wisconsin,                                             Fling), and various other student activities
      the Fox Cities, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee and Tokyo.                                                 and campus traditions. We also we work
      Lakeland was founded as a college of the church and                                                      closely with the Community Service
      maintains a relationship with the United Church of Christ. For                                           Coordinator, especially during our fall
      150 years, Lakeland has been committed to expanding                                                      orientation program.
      access to higher education for men and women motivated to
      achieve the intellectual and financial benefits associated with
      obtaining a degree from an applied liberal arts college.
      Today, that commitment is realized through generous
      financial aid packages and student-centered initiatives such
      as small class sizes, faculty with real-world experience and a
      passion for teaching, unmatched accessibilit