The Orientation staff is made up almost entirely of trained students. They are recognized Suffolk University community leaders that play an integral role in the success of the Orientation programs.
More importantly, they've experienced the new student transition and have designed the Orientation program with that experience in mind. Ultimately, they're here to help make the transition to Suffolk as seamless as possible.
Interested in becoming an Orientation leader?
Orientation leaders take on a multitude of roles. They are group leaders, course registration assistants, peer educators, and positive role models. They are actively involved in assisting all new students with their transition to Suffolk, whether it’s from high school, the workforce, the military, or another higher education institution.
Our Orientation leaders are trained year-round in institutional information, group dynamics, and student development issues. They receive a stipend as well as room and board in University residence halls during Orientation.
The application process for 2014 Orientation Leaders has concluded. We wish all of our candidates the best of luck in the interview process.