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We're seeking enthusiastic, driven, professional and knowledgeable undergraduate students who represent the very best Oklahoma State has to offer!


Campus tour guide gives guests a tour of campus.

 

 

 

Orientation Leader 

Orientation leaders (OLs) welcome new students and families while serving as mentors and engaging participants in a positive orientation experience. Orientation leaders assist academic advising areas with enrollment, lead group discussions pertaining to university policies, present transitional information to students through small group presentations and facilitate activities to connect students and families to the university. 

 

All orientation leaders participate in orientation program components, including evening programs, material preparation, daily program logistics and pre/post-orientation communication with students and families. 

 

  • Qualifications

    Student staff must be enrolled in undergraduate courses or be a recent graduate of Oklahoma State University, have completed 12 hours of OSU coursework by the end of fall 2023, 24 hours by the end of spring 2024, and be in academic and disciplinary good standing with a 2.7 minimum GPA.

     

    Successful candidates will demonstrate:

    • Effective communication skills, energy, enthusiasm, dedication and flexibility
    • Ability to efficiently problem solve, manage conflict, and trouble shoot issues
    • Positive people skills, willingness to learn, desire to work collaboratively and support peers
    • On-campus leadership experiences, pride in OSU, and knowledge of campus resources
    • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs
  • Compensation and Benefits

    Student staff receive the following benefits:

    • $10/hour; Average 40 hours per week.
    • On-campus housing available during orientation programs 
    • $150 meal card
    • Colvin Access
    • Provided uniform pieces
    • Meals provided during orientation programming
  • Application Process

    Completed applications are due in Feb. 11.

     

    Selection process consists of a group interview and individual interview. More information will be given after the application is closed.

     

    Applying for this position(s) does not guarantee an invitation to the group interview and the group interview does not guarantee an individual interview.

  • Training and Work Hours

    Spring Training
    Self-paced training for all orientation leaders will occur during the latter half of the spring semester (on-campus).

     

    Work Week

    Our on-campus, in-person training will immediately precede our orientation season to provide further information about programming, campus resources and leadership skills. This training will begin May 15. Housing move-in will be on May 14.

     

    Orientation Programs
    Freshman and transfer orientation programs are May 28 through July 17 (week days).

 

Campus Tour Guide

A successful tour guide is an actively engaged and dynamic OSU student who demonstrates their ability to effectively communicate timely, accurate messages to prospective students and their families. Tour guides are selected based on campus involvement, public speaking skills and the ability to successfully connect with campus guests from a variety of backgrounds.

 

In addition, they exemplify a high level of professionalism and a commitment to both the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and OSU.  They are student role models both on and off campus, promoting a positive image and environment for all prospective students and guests.

 

  • Qualifications

    Student staff must be enrolled in undergraduate courses or be a recent graduate of Oklahoma State University, have completed 12 hours of OSU coursework by the end of fall 2023, 24 hours by the end of spring 2024, and be in academic and disciplinary good standing with a 2.7 minimum GPA.

     

    Successful candidates will demonstrate:

    • Effective communication skills, energy, enthusiasm, dedication and flexibility
    • Ability to efficiently problem solve, manage conflict, and trouble shoot issues
    • Positive people skills, willingness to learn, desire to work collaboratively and support peers
    • On-campus leadership experiences, pride in OSU, and knowledge of campus resources
    • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs
  • Compensation and Benefits

    Student staff receive the following benefits:

    • $10/hour; Average 10-15 hours per week Fall/Spring semesters. Up to 40 hours during summer.
    • On-campus housing available during spring training and in the summer.
    • Colvin access for summer staff
    • Some meals provided at events
    • Provided uniform pieces
  • Application Process

    Completed applications are due in Feb. 11

     

    The person who recommended you will be contacted separately for their input.

     

    Selection process consists of a group interview and individual interview. More information will be given.

     

    Applying for this position(s) does not guarantee an invitation to the group interview and the group interview does not guarantee an individual interview.

  • Training and Work Hours

    Spring Training
    Training will occur May 15-18. Housing will be provided if needed.

     

    Work Hours

    Daily Tours 

    • 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. 

    Friday Afternoon Tours

    • 1 - 4 p.m.

    Group Tours vary, some weekend events are required.

 

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