The goal of the Office of New Student Programs, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Office of Student Life is to streamline the leadership position application into a combined recruitment and hiring process for University of Missouri-Saint Louis students. The responsibilities, qualifications, and compensation for each leadership position are outlined below. 

Leader Recruitment Poster

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Leadership Positions Available

Student Orientation lead small groups of new first year & transfer students during New Student Orientation (NSO) and Transfer Student Orientation (TSO) programs during the summer (May, June, July, August) and spring . Student OL's lead small group conversation, answer questions on student panels, provide tours, etc. This is a paid position.
Number of positions available = 10-12
Complete position description and application will be available in October.
First Year Experience Peer Mentors in the College of Arts and Sciences at UMSL are seeking highly motivated students with a record of academic success, strong communication skills, leadership experience and a desire to positively impact new students to serve as mentors and student leaders in the INTDSC 1003 University Studies (First Year Experience) course required of all new freshmen. This is a paid position.
Number of positions available = 12-15
Complete position description and application will be available in October.
The Office of Student Life hosts the Emerging Leaders Program which is a semester-long, non-credit leadership series for first-year students that aims to build and develop leadership skills, teambuilding abilities, leadership knowledge and self-awareness.  Each participant is paired with a mentor has previously completed the program and/or has extensive leadership experience at UMSL.  Mentors are trained by the Office of Student Life to develop leadership potential on a peer level. They operate as a campus and community resource for their mentee(s), as well as being an observable example of the qualities, character and actions of a student leader.
Number of positions available = 12-15
Complete position description and application will be available in October.
The Weeks of Welcome Student Coordinator is a returning WOW Crew Leader who desires additional responsibility. The Student Coordinator serves as the primary supervisor for the WOW Crew Leaders and works with the New Student Programs staff to provide direction to programming and logistics to the three-day fall transition experience. The WOW Student Coordinator will be expected to staff the NSP table at the summer Orientation programs. This is a paid position.
Number of positions available = 1-2
Prerequisite: Must have served as a WOW Crew Leader for 1 term
Complete position description and application will be available in October.
Weeks of Welcome Crew Leaders serve as the primary workforce of Weeks of Welcome, Opening Weekend, the three-day fall transition program in August, guiding and connecting new students. WOW Leaders will co-lead a small group of students through the three-day experience by creating excitement and energy for WOW programs & guiding discussions with students regarding transition to UMSL. They help introduce the new students to academic life, spirit and traditions and allows the opportunity to meet other incoming students, faculty, staff, and student leaders.This is a volunteer position.
Number of positions available = 40
Complete position description and application will be available in February.
The Transfer Ambassador would work to facilitate the objectives of programming for transfer students. Transfer Ambassadors will work closely with the Office of New Student Programs in creating, implementing, and evaluating events directed towards this specific population. This is a volunteer position.
Number of positions= 1-5
Complete position description and application will be available in October and February.