- Conduct Review, Academic Review & Peer Review Board member: Student members of all review boards serve with faculty and staff to determine appropriate outcomes for students who have been involved in violations of college policy. They must attend one training session and sign a confidentiality statement. They are responsible for reviewing the materials related to the case prior to the scheduled hearing. They interview and ask relevant questions of the students during the actual hearing process, and discuss and come to a consensus regarding appropriate sanction(s) for each case. The training is a one hour program and each hearing lasts about 90 minutes. Students are assigned to two to three hearings per semester.
- Eco-Rep: The Eco-Reps Program trains student leaders who model and promote environmentally responsible behaviors in the residence halls by educating their peers. Students must live in a Champlain College residence hall to be an Eco-Rep. See full job description: http://bit.ly/CCEco-Reps
- Orientation Leader: Orientation Leaders serve as guides for new students, who are making the transition from their previous institution to Champlain College. We are excited that you are interested in joining our team for the August 2014 Orientation Program. As you know, the Orientation Leaders play a key role in helping new students through their transition to Champlain, and we will be hiring an outstanding team of Student Leaders once again this year.
- Peer Advisor: Peer Advisors (PA’s) serve as a year-long mentors to first-year students. Our job is to provide interesting, exciting, educational, hands-on experiences where students can learn about the topics of Engaged Citizenship, Lifelong Career Management and Financial Sophistication, while having fun and interacting with other students. See full job description: http://www.champlain.edu/current-students/academic-information/life-experience-and-action-dimension-(lead)-requirements/lead-peer-advisors
- Resident Assistant: As the architect of the residential community, the primary responsibility of a Resident Assistant (RA) in the Department of Residential Life is to develop a safe and inclusive community within the residence hall by helping community members create their individual roles within the larger community.
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