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PA Application Information

How to Apply

The Peer Adviser application is now live! We are excited you are considering applying to be a 2020-2021 Peer Adviser. The PA application will close Monday, January 27 at 11:59 PM. Before you begin your application, please make sure you have reviewed the position and important dates.

Application

The Peer Adviser application is now open. The application includes three essay questions and the submission of a 30-60 second video explaining why you would be a good PA. 

  1. Why is the Peer Adviser position important to the new student experience?
  2. What are 3 pieces of advice that a Peer Adviser can share with their new students?
  3. Peer Advisers participate in trainings that encourage self-reflection across many topics, including your identities, first year transition, and facilitating across difference. This self-reflection and learning takes place effectively when all members of the group are willing to engage and listen actively. Reflect on a time you engaged with a person or a group who you did not share many identities, beliefs, or experiences with. Please include what was challenging, what you learned about yourself, and how this experience prepares you for the Peer Adviser role.

We encourage you to save a word document with your responses.

Interview Process

Applicants selected to continue will participate in our group interview process.

The PA interview process includes two group activities and an individual interview. You will be asked to select three times from the list below that you are available for while completing your Peer Adviser Application. If chosen to participate in an interview, you will be assigned to one of the 3 times you select. Interviews last the full 2.5 hours. 

Please ensure that you are available for all 3 times selected and that you remain available for those times until you are notified on Thursday, February 10 by 7:00 pm.

Selection

Final selections will be communicated by Friday, March 6. 

PA Position Restrictions

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