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SAW Counselor Application

Apply to be a SAW Counselor

Campus Inclusion and Community (CIC) seeks energetic and enthusiastic students interested in making a positive impact on the next generation of Wildcats! Counselors for the Summer Academic Workshop (SAW) serve as important ambassadors and role-models to incoming first-year students. Counselors will help students develop lasting relationships; learn how to navigate Northwestern University; and empower students with important tools for their personal success.
The SAW Counselor position is a summer appointment, which begins August 17 and ends on September 11, 2022.
Please note that Labor Day Holiday is included in this work commitment. Residency in a campus residence hall is required during SAW Counselor Training and Program dates August 17 through September 11, 2022. Residency will be compensated through the program. Counselors will report to the SAW Graduate Assistant (GA). Counselors will receive a $1,500 stipend at the end of the summer program. CIC hopes to hire six (6) Counselors for SAW 2022.
Primary Responsibilities
Develop relationships through intentional interactions with students. Offer encouragement, support, and general guidance on the Northwestern experience.
Qualifications & Competencies
(Education, experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities)

Apply now to be a SAW Counselor. 

The deadline to apply is April 29, 2022. 

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