FLOC elects a new executive board each year consisting of our President, Vice President and Secretary. Each semester, we select new chairs and co-chairs who lead our committee meetings.
2014-15 Student Advisors
James Ruedlinger email@example.com
Emmalie Moe firstname.lastname@example.org
Veronica Guzman email@example.com
Applications are now available for the 2015-16 FLOC Student Advisor Position.
Freshmen Leaders on Campus Student Advisor
The Freshmen Leaders on Campus Student Advisors work in a co-advising role in leading FLOC members. This position coordinates the recruitment, selection, and retention of members and oversees the FLOC members and executive committees.
Work Schedule: Student Advisors are expected to work 15-19 hours per week at a wage of $9.00 per hour for the Summer 2015, Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters. Some nights and weekends are required.
Supervisor: Veronica Guzman, Assistant Director, The Leadership Center
Duties and Responsibilities
- Serve in an advisory capacity to all executive board and members of FLOC
- Coordinator of selected FLOC leadership sessions/programs
- Coordinate recruitment at Freshmen Orientation sessions
- Assist in the application, interview and selection process for FLOC members
- Compile preliminary FLOC calendar
- Attend FLOC Exec or Committee meetings according to committee designation
- Attend FLOC General Body meetings
- Attend all FLOC events and activities
- Plan FLOC Fall and Spring Retreats
- Attend Student Affairs Leadership Retreat
- Compile end of semester status report
- Other Advisor duties as indicated
- Meet with Assistant Director of Leadership Center each week.
- Maintain at least 15-19 office hours per week.
- Support the mission, as well as all policies and procedures of the department and the university.
- Serve as a positive role model and abide by professional standards and ethics.
- Be flexible, open-minded, and maintain a positive attitude.
- Other duties deemed necessary.
Benefits of the Position
- Gain leadership experience.
- Develop planning, organizing, and administrative skills.
- Enhance opportunities for campus involvement.
- Develop empowering relationships with faculty, staff and students.
- Gain effective peer-to-peer communication skills.
- Motivate other students to get involved on campus and become a leader.
Find a guide
New students can find a guide for their first year through a mentor who shares the same major, school, or college.