Student guide application

The Registrar's Office is seeking engaged, involved, passionate upper-year Vic students to lead tours and help new Vic students navigate choices about courses and programs.

6 positions available

Compensation is $15/hr

Duties:

  • Connect with newly-admitted Vic students, to give insight and advice on a number of different relevant academic topics (course enrolment, degree requirements, program requirements, intricacies of ACORN/Quercus/Degree Explorer)

  • Have knowledge of the different resources available at the Vic Registrar’s Office as well as other offices at Vic, and how to connect students with different staff members depending on their need

  • Be active on designated social media (ie. Facebook accounts/groups) in order to engage with new students and provide advice; this may also include monitoring relevant Facebook groups to ensure that all students’ questions are answered

  • Come up with creative ways to connect with new students (ie. Facebook live, advice videos, Q&As, use of different media/social media platforms)

  • Attend Open Vic as well as other information sessions for new students; be able to support students during these sessions

  • Lead tours of Vic campus

Thank you for your interest in being a tour guide. Successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
 
Cell number:
 
What is your availability? (please check all that apply):
Open Vic, Saturday, June 15, 2019, 9:30am-3:30pm (mandatory)
Interviews: week of April 29, 2019
Training: week of May 20, 2019 (mandatory)
Advising session on July 8, 10AM-12PM
Advising session on July 11, 2PM-4PM
Advising session on July 23, 2PM-4PM
Have you ever lived on residence?
Yes
No
Are you a Victoria College student?
Yes
No
No, but I am a Victoria College don
Please upload your resume (.doc, .docx, .pdf files only)
Why do you think you would be a good student guide?
Share a story about your experience at Vic or UofT that you would tell an incoming student.
What do you think are two primary concerns for incoming students and what would your response be?
 

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