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Orientation Staff Crew Leader Application

Complete the following Application to be considered for Gordon College Orientation Staff (O-Staff) Crew Leader or Support Team.

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Orientation Crew Leader Application

Thank you for considering lending your strengths to the Orientation Staff. We are searching for 60+ O-Crew Leaders to welcome new students and their families! Step 1 - Complete this application, reading all instructions carefully. Step 2 - Sign up for a group interview at the Office of Student Life. Interviews will take place February 28-March1. Questions about the role and the expectations for it can be found on the job description page www.gordon.edu/orientationleaders or by talking with Matt Vaselkiv, Assistant Director of Student Success, or Orientation Coordinators and Core Staff.

1. Which Orientation position(s) are you applying for?

Orientation Crew Leader (O-Crew)
Orientation Support Team
ISO Orientation
I would like to work for both ISO Orientation and general Orientation

2. Firstname

3. Lastname

4. Preferred email address

5. Your anticipated graduation (ex: May 2016, Sep 2016, etc.):

6. What is your experience with Orientation? (Check any that apply)

Core Staff
Orientation Crew Leader
Transfer Crew Leader
Support Staff
Residence Life
New Student or Transfer to Gordon
Other
ISO Orientation

7. What are your primary areas of study (majors, minors, etc.) at Gordon, and why are these important to you?

8. Understanding the general description of an Orientation Crew Leader, what do you think you would contribute to this position, and to the team? What strengths do you naturally rely on to take on new challenges?

9. Briefly describe current or past leadership experiences you feel are relevant to this campus student leadership role? If you are attaching/sending a resume (Yes, you can!), you can simply put "resume submitted" in this response. (Submit your resume by email to Orientation@gordon.edu, or email us the link to your online resume/portfolio).

10. Do you meet or exceed the minimum cumulative GPA requirement of 2.5, and do you grant permission for the program director to verify this status with the Registrar's office?

Yes
No
I'd rather explain in person

11. Have you fulfilled/will you fulfill your Christian Life & Worship credit obligations this academic year?

Yes
No
I'd rather explain in person

12. Are you in good standing with the campus discipline system (no active sanctions or probation)?

Yes
No
I'd rather explain in person

13. Please RANK these areas of skill, ability, or action in order of your own interest, experience, and ability to contribute. Which ones are most interesting or where you have the most readiness to serve the program well? (Use arrow, Up/Down, or drag to move)

14. For a 21st Century College Student, what are two or three key issues in their transition to a distinctly Christian, residential College of the Liberal Arts and Sciences. Then, how should Orientation programming address those issues? And, how should an Orientation Crew Leader help in those transitions?

15. Acknowledge you've read and understood: Orientation Crew Leaders begin training for the Fall Orientation program in the Spring and will have some learning and contact with new students expected over the summer from a distance. O Crew Leaders will also have pre-season Fall training on campus in the days before the formal Orientation program begins. O Crew Leaders arrival on campus is Aug 20; Orientation Training week is Aug 20-24. Please verify you understand these timelines and expectations. Questions about special circumstances can be discussed with Chris Carlson, Dean of Student Success, or any Coordinator or Core Staffer during the selection process.

I've read and understand these general expectations.
I've understood but I have a question I will ask of the Orientation staff