Applications Deadline Friday, October 18 at 4:30pm
- Commuter Connectors are leaders dedicated to assisting in enhancing the transition of 1st and 2nd year Commuter Students to La Salle University through mentorship, advocacy, programming, outreach, and resource sharing.
- Promoting involvement and providing resources, will set commuters on the path to excellence at La Salle University and instill a sense of community.
- Create opportunities through which commuters are able to gather together and interact with other students, staff and faculty within the La Salle community.
- Assist in creating a stronger commuter community by encouraging commuters to become involved and connected on campus.
- Provide advice and tips on “commuter success” issues such as parking, registration, where to eat, how and where to meet other students, etc.
- Pair groups of commuter students to Commuter Connectors. Yearlong commitment from orientation through completion of first year.
- Commuter Connectors will serve as a liaison between commuter students and the Off-Campus & Commuter Communities Office.
- Promote involvement and provide resources in order to set commuters on the path to excellence at La Salle University and instill a sense of community by being familiar with campus offices and services.
- Be Lasallian through actions and role modeling.
- Create opportunities through programming which commuters are able to gather together and interact with other students, staff and faculty within the La Salle community.
- Implement in creating a stronger commuter community by encouraging commuters to become involved and connected on campus.
- Be available/accessible to provide advice and tips on “commuter success” issues such as parking, registration, where to eat, how and where to meet other students, etc.
- Serve as a mentor for 80-100 first year or 130-150 second year and transfer commuter students through the Connector Mentorship program. Yearlong commitment from orientation through completion of first year.
- Commuter Connectors will serve as a liaison between commuter students and Community Development.
- Support and uphold the policies of the University as outlined in the Student’s Guide to Resources, Rights, and Responsibilities.
- Completes all administrative tasks on time, including the documentation, filing/dissemination of information to students upon request and any other paperwork as requested by either the Director of Off-Campus Communities or the Off-Campus Community Coordinator.
- Participation in Freshmen Year Odyssey (FYO), Academic Discovery Program (ADP) and other departmental presentations regarding the commuter experience.
- Attend weekly Commuter Connector, one-on-one and Team meetings.
- Attend Training & In services.
- Fall 2013 (Nov) & Spring 2014 (Jan) In-services (Scheduled based on your schedule).
- Participate in Commuter And Off Campus Student association (CAOS)
- Promote CAOS as a Commuter friendly group to participate in
- Support and attend programs sponsored by CAOS
- Implement and program a Commuter Appreciation Day/week
- Promote and inform commuters of commuter friendly spaces on campus
- Inform and encourage commuter students to be members of the Commuter Connection programs
- Communicate concerns about students to appropriate staff members
- Program actively by having events for students to attend (minimum 7 per semester) and passively through online newsletters, bulletin boards, Facebook and Twitter, for example
Compensation & Job Requirements
Commuter meal plan. Valued at $1050/semester
$100 stipend per semester
- Currently enrolled full-time student—must remain full-time
- 2.5 GPA
- Must be able to commit to work 12 hours a week
- Good judicial standing
- Preference given to commuter students. All are welcome to apply.
- Attend all training dates and special presentations (see below)
Training & In-services
- Fall 2013 & Spring 2014 In-service (Scheduled based on student availability)
Applications Deadline Friday, October 18 at 4:30pm
Follow the steps below to create and submit your additional application materials. All materials should be saved online by the application due date. You online application can be submitted prior to this deadline, but you must submit your portfolio web address at the time of application (see Sharing Portfolio Folder).
If you require that certain documents should be view in a particular order, we suggest that you give the file name a numbers to start with (ie 1resume.docx, 2training-presentation.pptx, 3flyer-example.pdf).
- Log into the portal then click on the SkyDrive icon.
- A new window will open. Click the Folder icon to create a new folder.
- Name the folder “CD Portfolio“, change it to Everyone (public) and click Next.
(Note: anyone with the web address will be able to view your portfolio. This link will only be shared with the Selection Committee. You may choose to share it with others.)
- Complete by Uploading your files.
(Note: If you choose to upload you files at another time, or need to add/edit/remove any files, go into your SkyDrive, click “Add Files”, select the “CD Portfolio” folder and upload.)
- Either click the folder name, or the Info icon (visible on mouseover).
(Note: Clicking the fold name will also allow you to see the contents of the folder. Click the icon just gives you the option to changes settings.)
- Click Get a link.
(Note: Make sure “CD Portfolio” is selected.)
- Copy the link and save as part of your online application.
(Note: The link needs to be shared with “everyone”. Depending on your settings, you may have more than one option. You may have to create the link to share with everyone. Also, you can only submit your application once, so make sure to get you link at that time.)