Students: Become a Chicago Quarter Program mentor, orientation leader

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(DePaul University/Jeff Carrion)
New Student and Family Engagement is now accepting applications for Chicago Quarter mentors and orientation leaders. What exactly do students in these positions do, and why would a student want to become one, you ask?

Do you remember Premiere DePaul or your Chicago Quarter class? The success of these programs rely a great deal on DePaul students like you. Orientation Leaders play a critical role in implementing new student orientation, and Chicago Quarter Mentors work collaboratively with faculty and professional staff members to plan, deliver and facilitate the Common Hour curriculum of their assigned Chicago Quarter course.

As a Chicago Quarter mentor or orientation leader, you will help new students transition into DePaul and connect them to the DePaul community. Through either of these roles, you help support fellow students' success, and reinforce or gain critical skills for your own success.

Both positions require students to attend an information session during winter quarter and training sessions during spring quarter. Position start and end dates and position hours vary by position. Learn more and see the information session dates here.

To apply, visit the campus job board. Applications are now open and will close on Sunday, Jan. 21 at 11:59 p.m. In order to be considered for the positions, students must also attend an information session.