International Orientation Volunteer

International Student Services seeks 3-5 upper class students to serve as International Orientation Leaders.  APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 1, 2018.

Selected candidates will serve as a student leader during international orientation (August 30 - September 4),  The international orientation leader helps new international students adjust to campus, learn about resources, and help to facilitate the orientation program.  In addition, orientation leaders serve as a source of information about  campus, learning about the United States and Appleton, Wisconsin, and learning how to navigate curricular and co-curricular options at Lawrence University.

Compensation:  Volunteer position (unpaid), volunteer hours on co-curricular record.  Room and board will be provided between August 30 - September 7.

Expected workload and time commitment: Approximately 40 hours/week between August 30 - September 7.

International Orientation Leader Application

Upper class students, if you are interested in serving as an International Orientation Leader please complete the following form.  Expectations of the match include:

  • Volunteering during International Orientation and Welcome Week (August 30 - September 7)
  • Being willing and able to get to know and support  new international students in formal and informal settings.
  • Answering any questions about curricular and co-curricular options at Lawrence.
  • Referring students to the ISS Office if needed.
  • Completing the "Think about It" training (if you have not already) so you can support incoming freshmen who are required to take the training. 
  • Completing Bystander Intervention Training (if you have not already) so you can support and refer to appropriate resources during your mentoring duties.

Contact internationalhouse@lawrence.edu with any questions.

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