Leaders are critical to the PAL program. They provide structure and consistency to PAL and serve as role models to the entire program. They are valued for their original thought, their contribution to the structure of the program, and their role as ambassadors for the program in the greater community.
Leaders help drive the program and run the four portfolios within the program.
- Social – organise social events
- Visibility – marketing of the program
- Development – organise monthly events
- Academic – run study sessions and other academic initiatives
Leaders also help out with Mentoring of Ambassadors and represent the Arts Faculty at O-week and Open Day.
Your contribution will be recognised by enrolment in our leadership unit, ENP 1008 Peer Ambassador Leadership Mentoring Program.
What we require of you?
- Attend a residential camp at Lake Dewar Lodge, Myrniong on from Friday, 20 February to Sunday, 22 February 2015
- Attend 3 Leader/Ambassador workshop and invited-speaker events run per semester
- Take responsibility for mentoring Ambassadors throughout the year
- Be available to assist with Orientation weeks in February and July.
- Be available to assist with Open Day in August
- Assist with recruitment of Peers and Ambassadors for following year
How to apply
Applications open in October.
For more information
For any inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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