Orientation Leaders

Orientation Leaders connect with new students to help with the transition to IU

Orientation Leaders engage with students and their families in discussions and activities to help them prepare for their IU experience. They lead programs that guide students through an exploration of academics, involvement, and all that IU has to offer. Orientation Leaders are a vital part of New Student Orientation, sharing the Hoosier perspective from those who live it every day.

Through OTeam, I initiated conversations, engaged in activities, and introduced new students to sessions that helped them learn what it means to be a Hoosier.

Gabby Casola, College of Arts and Sciences

Benefits include hourly pay, summer housing, orientation team gear, leadership experience, possible internship credit, as well as memories and skills that will stay with you forever. Those selected for the team will need to be available for the U495 course scheduled on Mondays of the second 8-weeks spring semester between 6-8 p.m. Review the position description here.

Join us at an upcoming call out meeting. Hear from our Student Coordinators about their experience and the application process.

  • November 26, 7-8 p.m. School of Global and International Studies 1106
  • November 27, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Hodge Hall 3055
  • January 14, 6-7 p.m. School of Global and International Studies 1106

Applications for the 2019 Orientation Leader position will open January 7 and close January 22 at noon. Submit your contact information to receive an email when applications open.

Join the Interest List

Do you know someone who would be a great Orientation Leader?

Nominate them here