Student Employment Opportunities: Stout Ambassadors

 

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Do you love UW-Stout? Are you involved on campus? Are you looking for an opportunity to grow your communication and leadership skills?  Do you own a lot of navy blue and white clothing?  Does it make your day if you run into Blaze? If you answer yes to one or more of these questions, consider applying for a Stout Ambassador position. 

 

Current UW-Stout students are invited to apply for one or more Stout Ambassador positions.Students in these paid positions serve as role models for new students by helping them become part of the campus community and begin a successful college career at UW-Stout.  

 

This website includes position descriptions, the online application and information about the application process.  Students can apply for one, two or all three positions. 

Candidates must complete the online application by Wednesday, March 12, at noon.


2014 Recruitment Timeline

  • Wednesday, February 12 – Online applications available
  • Wednesday, March 12, noon – Online applications due
  • Week of March 24 – Invitations to sign up for an interview are emailed to qualified candidates
  • Wednesday, April 2 – Interview Day: Candidates will participate in one 15 minute interview for all positions of interest
  • Candidates will be notified by email of decisions within two weeks of the interview day. Separate emails will be sent based on the number of positions for which a candidate applied, no later than April 16.

Benefits of Being a Stout Ambassador

  •  Financial compensation (hourly or stipend, depending on position)
  •  Boost leadership and communications skills
  •  Resume builder

 

Open Stout Ambassador Positions

Students can apply for one, two or all three positions.

 

  • Blue Devil Ambassadors (BDAs)
    Full Job Description
    BDAs are a group of 60-70 student leaders dedicated to assisting first year and transfer students during the Week One orientation experience at UW-Stout in late August/September.
  • Summer Registration Guides (Guides) 
    Full Job Description
    The Guides are a team of 8-12 student leaders who help new students, along with their families, begin the transition to becoming part of the UW-Stout community through the First Year Registration and Orientation Program in May and June.
  • Learning Community Peer Mentors
    Full Job Description
    Peer mentors are student leaders who serve as a liaison between first year students in a Learning Community and the Learning Community instructors at UW-Stout. Learning communities are cohorts of first year students with similar interests who enroll in linked courses, and/or a course(s) and live in the same residence hall.



Questions can be directed to:

Have more questions? Attend one of our informational meetings to discuss the positions with our student leaders! Not only does this get your questions answered quickly and efficiently straight from the experts, but it will also give you a chance to meet our student staff members!

Monday, February 24th, 2014
7-8 pm in the MSC White Pine
Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
8-9 pm in the MSC Northwoods


·Blue Devil Ambassadors: Britta Miller, 715-232-3597

·Summer Registration Guides: Angie Swenson-Holzinger, or Jessica Sander, 715-232-1465

·Learning Community Peer Mentors: Angie Swenson-Holzinger, 715-232-1465

The University of Wisconsin-Stout is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to diversity in its peoples and programs.  UW-Stout's nondiscrimination statement can be found at this link: Nondiscrimination Statement - University of Wisconsin Stout.