Application deadline for student leadership positions approaching
The deadline to apply for student leadership positions is Thursday, Jan. 31. Students who are applying to be a new FYT peer mentor, international student mentor, Mercy in Motion leader, Orientation leader, resident advisor, service advocate and/or Service Plunge fall facilitator for the 2019-2020 academic year should use the student leadership application.
The student leadership application allows students to apply for multiple positions. There are supplemental questions required for each position, which populate after students select the position(s) for which they are applying.
Students who currently hold one or more of the aforementioned positions should reapply through their respective offices rather than using the student leadership application. Questions about re-applications should be directed to individual offices.
FYT peer mentors: Co-facilitate the First Year Transitions course with an instructor. Peer mentors serve as a resource to new students and provide students with a perspective of life at Salve Regina.
International student mentors: Organize weekly social activities for international students, answer questions and help them have a positive experience at Salve Regina. Mentors are encouraged to interact and have fun with all fellow mentors and international students.
Mercy in Motion leaders: Charged with being an inviting, helpful and welcoming presence on the Salve Regina campus. In addition, the team hosts social events, dinner discussions, spiritual enrichment and community service for all Salve Regina students.
Orientation leaders: Responsible for welcoming and assisting new students and their families. These student leaders assist with the implementation of Orientation, exude Salve spirit and are passionate about helping others transition into the Salve Regina community.
Resident advisors: Represent the Office of Residence Life as key staff members, working under the direct supervision of area coordinators. RAs complete an extensive training program that develops valuable interpersonal and organizational skills.
Service advocates: Participate in regular training, direct service and reflection activities. They practice valuable leadership in the Aquidneck Island community, endeavor to promote a positive culture of service, and increase volunteerism at local nonprofits.
Service Plunge facilitator: Lead the fall Service Plunge and serve as a friend to the participants. Facilitators are expected to take charge of service events, lead by example and act as a role model to the group.