The peer advisor position within the Advising and Testing Center assumes multiple responsibilities. The main responsibilities of a peer advisor fall into seven categories. While an attempt has been made to list as many of the specific responsibilities as possible under each category, omissions are obviously possible. Persons in this position must be willing to embrace each of the areas with equal enthusiasm and energy. Peers will need to be able to suppress their own attitudes and opinions for the greater good of the program.
Peer advisors will live in the residence hall(s) used for the Summer Orientation program. Expectations are that you will serve as friend, advisor, confidant, and disciplinarian, among other roles, for the program participants. Some of the responsibilities include:
(Potential employment opportunity for fall 2016; based upon office need and satisfactory performance as a peer adviser)
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