Fri. Dec 13th, 2019

Residential advisers needed in housing spring semester

As fall semester winds down, the office of residential life is looking ahead to the 2012-13 school year to appoint resident advisers.
The housing staff has the unique ability to lookout for students who have the potential to be resident advisers, but housing also needs your help identifying other students who have that potential.
Our goal is to reach out to those students and be able to provide them with the necessary information so they know how to pursue the position.

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As fall semester winds down, the office of residential life is looking ahead to the 2012-13 school year to appoint resident advisers.
The housing staff has the unique ability to lookout for students who have the potential to be resident advisers, but housing also needs your help identifying other students who have that potential.
Our goal is to reach out to those students and be able to provide them with the necessary information so they know how to pursue the position.
Resident advisers are student leaders who serve in a variety of roles in the residence halls. Some of these roles include; student, community builder, educator, role model, crisis manager, administrator and diversity resource person.
Being a resident adviser not only allows for leadership development but free room and board.
A former RA stated, “College is all about growing up and experiencing new things and learning about yourself and how you handle situations. Being a part of residential life definitely helps you learn life lessons.”
To be 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 1150 (college student affairs) with at least a C average during the spring 2012 semester.
For more information on the specifics of the resident adviser position, please visit www.ceu.edu/students/htm/housing.
If you know of a student who could excel in these areas, I encourage you to forward their name and contact information to residential life 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.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Blaney Hanvey at 435.613.5448 or blaney.hanvey@usu.edu.

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