Thu. Oct 17th, 2019

Residential advisers needed in housing

While the school year is barely a quarter of the way over, the office of residential life is looking ahead to the 2010-11 school year to appoint resident advisors in the residence halls.
According to Dean of Students Alex Herzog, we are always on the lookout for students who have the potential to be resident advisers. We need your help identifying those students who have that potential. Our goal is to reach out to those students and be able to provide them with all the necessary information so that they know how to pursue the position, should they so choose.

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While the school year is barely a quarter of the way over, the office of residential life is looking ahead to the 2010-11 school year to appoint resident advisors in the residence halls.
According to Dean of Students Alex Herzog, we are always on the lookout for students who have the potential to be resident advisers. We need your help identifying those students who have that potential. Our goal is to reach out to those students and be able to provide them with all the necessary information so that they know how to pursue the position, should they so choose.
He said as student leaders, resident advisers serve in a variety of roles in the residence halls, including: student, community builder, educator, role model, crisis manager, administrator and diversity resource person.
To eligible for a resident adviser position, students must be enrolled as a full-time student (12 or more credit hours), maintain a 2.75 GPA during employment and complete SLSC 2988 (residential leadership) with at least a C average during spring 2010 semester
For more information on the specifics of the resident advisor position, please visit ceu.edu/housing
“We will be holding information sessions on Thursday, Nov. 12 in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center Alumni Room at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for students learn about the position and ask questions,” Herzog said.
“If you know of a student who could excel in these areas, I would encourage you to forward their name and contact information to us so we can send them information about the position and how to apply. Referrals will remain completely anonymous. This is an incredible opportunity for students to develop an array of leadership skills and to aid social development of their fellow students,” he said.
If you have any questions or other comments, please contact Herzog at 435.613.5289.

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