Possess excitement and pride for ASU. A strong interest and desire to help new students and their families make a positive transition to ASU. Exhibit leadership potential and a commitment to the mission of Orientation Programs, strong customer service and interpersonal skills. Possess the ability to work effectively with a diverse group of team members as well as populations of students and families. Ability to solve problems, manage conflict and remain flexible under pressure. Must be in good judicial standing with the University. Must be an enrolled, degree seeking student in good academic standing. Undergraduate applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.5; Graduate applicants must have a minimum of 3.0. (GPA will be verified. No exceptions will be granted.) Full commitment to the Orientation Program, participating in all sessions and required events including Rambunctious Weekend. Summer courses must not conflict with Ram2Ram sessions. Times of these sessions will be given prior to summer registration. Must be willing to work extended hours behind the scenes to prepare for and ensure the success of our orientation programs.
Assist in the welcoming and transitioning of our incoming students to ASU. Foster an environment that helps new students develop an identity as ASU community members. Encourage student involvement as members of the ASU campus community. Facilitate icebreakers and lead discussions on transition topics with new students. Assist in course registration. Familiarize new students with campus services and building locations. Attend all training events, Orientation dates and Rambunctious Weekend events determined necessary. Help in the preparation of Orientation events (i.e. packet stuffing, set-up, etc.)
Training: March 4th & 5th, April 8th & 9th, May 6th & 7th
Orientation Dates: May 20th, June 10th, 11th, 24th, 25th, July 15th & 22nd
Rambunctious Weekend: August 25th- 28th