Campus/Location: University Park Campus Campus City:
University Park, PA Date Announced: 07/24/2019 Date Closing: open until filled Job Number: 89434 Work Unit: Auxiliary and Business Services Department: Housing Operations
Do you have at least one semester at Penn State under your belt? Are you interested in helping new students transition to Penn State?
Join our Welcome Crew, share what you`ve learned about Penn State, and help new students and families get acclimated. We are looking for Penn State students to help our new incoming students during Arrival and Welcome Week. You will have the opportunity to assist students who are new to Penn State and/or University Park move into the residence halls and experience a successful first few days of college.
Welcome Crew members play an integral role in welcoming a diverse population of new students including: first-year, change of assignment, and transfer students and their families to the Penn State University Park campus. Welcome Week Crew Expectations: Assist new students and their families with unloading their vehicles and getting their belongings to their rooms.
Assist with cart sign out, running the elevators in selected buildings, and other miscellaneous duties as required. Be friendly, yet efficient. Answer the questions of new students and/or family members honestly and appropriately or refer students to an appropriate resource.
Wear the t-shirt provided by Residence Life to identify yourself as a Penn State Welcome Crew member. Welcome new students and their families, and positively represent Penn State. Carry students' items, but not anything heavy or valuable (computers, televisions). Encourage students to attend University-sponsored Welcome Week Events such as Convocation, Late Night Penn State, Be a Part from the Start, etc.
Time Commitment includes: Thursday, August 22, 2019 Welcome Crew/Volunteer Training 6:00pm
7:00pm; Friday, August 23 New Student Arrival 8:00am
5:00pm (min 3 hour shift); Saturday, August 24 New Student Arrival 8:00am
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