The responsibility of the Orientation Leader position is to administer a successful New Student Orientation and Welcome Week, all focused on providing a quality transitional experience for new students.
Are you an undergraduate student looking for an exciting leadership experience? Do you want to help first-year students find their sense of belonging at the University of Minnesota? Then apply to be a Welcome Week Leader!
The Office Assistant plays a crucial role in our office. The responsibilities of this position include receptionist and information referral point for new students, parents, office staff and University departments.
This position manages the Event Staff team through providing leadership, offering direction and ensuring the success of Welcome Week (serving freshman & transfer students) from behind the scenes. Two captains will be hired.
Event Staff is a volunteer team that helps ensure the success of Welcome Week (WW) and Transfer Welcome Days (TWDs) from behind the scenes. Students who have been Welcome Week Leaders or Transfer Student Ambassadors, who want to be involved with OTE in a different way, have a strength in managing details and logistics, and are committed to the success of new students would make excellent Event Staff members.
The Transfer Student Network connects Transfer Insiders to new transfer students to offer advice and stories of their transfer experiences. The Transfer Insiders are transfer students who have made a successful transition to the U of M and are committed to enhancing the transfer student experience.
The Student Transition Experiences Interns (2) are responsible for programming and communications that serve new first-year students, transfer students, and second year students.
Check back in mid-March for details.
The OTE Communication and Design Intern will assist with many projects related to New Student Orientation, Welcome Week, and other first-year programs. The ideal candidate should possess exceptional graphic design skills, a strong interest in communication strategy, and the desire to build on your experience as a communications professional.
The OTE Student Web Developer will assist with many technical projects related to New Student Orientation, Welcome Week, and other first-year programs.
In fall of 2016, Student Unions & Activities (SUA) partnered with OTE to help seniors share their stories. After interviewing many incredible individuals with inspiring stories, three stories were chosen. Enjoy the stories these brave, courageous, and inspiring individuals share of the challenges they have faced and how they have navigated their way to their senior year.
For freshmen in the Class of 2021
This eNewsletter is sent to freshmen throughout their first year.