Post University is currently accepting applications for the role of: Student Leader
Only Full-Time Main Campus Post University students need apply.
Student Leaders have a pivotal role on the Post University campus. They serve as an invaluable resource to their peers, faculty and staff. Student Leaders engage others in campus involvement, foster a greater sense of community, serve as role models, educators, and mentors. Candidates should exemplify responsible decision making skills, ability to work well with diverse groups of people, a positive attitude, and enthusiasm for working with other students.
Interested candidates should complete an online application. By completing this application, you are applying for all of the Student Leader positions. Upon completion of the selection process, the Student Life staff will place you on an as needed basis.
Empowering Peers Inspiring Community (EPIC) Program is to be part of a group of students whose goal is to positively influence the perceptions and behaviors of our peers. EPIC members are dedicated to the overall health and well-being of their peers and the entire campus community so as to promote a socially, culturally, and educationally enriching experience for students.
A New Student Orientation Leader conveys information to new students about University programs and services. They assist with all orientation events and play a vital role in helping to facilitate the adjustment of new students to the campus community. Orientation Leaders are also responsible for guiding students in their orientation group through the first eight weeks of the semester by guiding them through the FEW programs and helping them adjust to campus.
The Resident Assistant (RA) facilitates the social, academic, and personal adjustment of students to the residence hall and University. The RA develops a sense of community among residents as members of a floor and residents of a hall. The RA serves as a positive role model for residents and peer staff members. The RA enforces the rules and policies of Residence Life, Housing, and the University. The RA acts as a liaison between residents and the University Administration.
Peer Educators (PE) are student peers who play an integral role in the establishment of an academic environment in the residence halls. In addition to providing programming in the residence halls, PE’s are available to residents as an academic resource, assisting them in obtaining information, and providing resources about majors and academic programs at the University. The PE’s also guide residents through any issues they may have academically, providing them with a wealth of information on study skills or people that can help them.