The Office of New Student Transition Programs hires passionate undergraduate student leaders each year to facilitate transitional programming. Students must be comfortable working in intense team environments, speaking in front of groups of students, and have a deep connection to Indiana State University.
Student Leaders may be employed in the same position for a maximum of two terms with the exception of Blue Team Leader. For example, a leader can work as a Welcome Team Student Leader for two terms and then apply for/be hired for Welcome Team Coordinator for one or two terms.
The job descriptions are available as a resource to better understand the job requirements of each position. If you still have questions about the position, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome Team Coordinator (WTC)
Welcome Team Coordinators are a mature and dedicated group of student leaders who will help with the logistics and behind the scenes planning of the spring and fall orientation programs. This includes all orientation programs, fall and spring welcome weeks, as well as, supervising a cohort of welcome team leaders with fellow coordinators. Successful candidates will acquire experience in peer-mentoring; program development, planning, and implementation. Coordinator will develop competencies in leadership, time management, interpersonal relationships, campus-wide collaboration, effective communication, multicultural understanding, self-awareness, group dynamics, and event administration and logistics.
Welcome Team Leader (WTL)
The Welcome Team Leader (WTL) position is an outstanding opportunity for any student interested in gaining leadership skills. They are essential in helping to facilitate the adjustment of new students and families to the ISU community. WTLs play a key role in the transition of new students through New Student Orientation and Welcome Week programming.
The WTL job description and application is open until January 22nd on the NSTP Treehouse page.
Blue Team Leader (BTL)
Blue Team (BT) is an opportunity for students to help in the transition to college for new ISU students. BT provides assistance to new students and families throughout Move-In and other transitional programs during Fall Welcome by providing administrative support for programs, providing direction to new students/families, answering questions, and serve as a positive role model of the University.
The BT job description and application is open until March 8th on the NSTP Treehouse page.