New Student Orientation Leader Applications Open For Summer 2023

Some of our earliest and fondest memories of Penn State are from the university’s New Student Orientation. Now, you can be a part of a freshman’s first-ever student experience on campus, as NSO has opened orientation leader applications to welcome the Class of 2027.

Orientation leaders are tasked to “help new students by introducing them to campus resources, assisting with educational planning, and representing Penn State.”

Requirements include being a current full-time undergraduate student enrolled at Penn State University Park and planning to continue to be in the fall of 2023. Other requirements, as well as an informational video, can be found here.

The “OTeam” is looking for individuals available to work from May 9 to August 20, with a hiatus from July 22 to August 14.

The position is considered a non-credit paid internship. Pay rates for leaders are set at $14 an hour through the summer, averaging out to $5,390 before tax.

You can apply by visiting this link. Applications are being accepted until all team positions are filled. Any questions can be sent to [email protected].

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Larkin is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism. The only words that leave her mouth are "yinz" and "dippy eggs." Luckily, her writing has much more substance than that. As a Steelers and Pirates fan, sports can become a hot debate. Share your thoughts on dogs (specifically Boston Terriers) with her at: [email protected]

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