While each position has its own functions and obligations, student leaders will need to possess the following skills to be successful in their respective roles:
Reporting to the Office of Housing & Residence Life, the DA is an hourly-based position assisting with the security and daily reception in the residence halls. The DA student staff also serves as the alternate resident advisor pool of student leaders who train alongside the RA staff. In the event that an active RA can no longer fulfill their duties and responsibilities, DA staff will be immediately considered.
Students interested in this position must have strong time management, communication, and problem-solving skills, excellent customer service, flexible scheduling, and the desire to be a team player and role model to other students. DAs are required to perform some duties during University closings/ breaks.
Number of Positions Available: 15
Reporting to the Office of Student Engagement and Community Programs, the EC is a hourly-based position responsible for implementing programs to enhance the student experience for all Notre Dame students with special attention to non-traditional, commuter, and online student populations while fostering an inclusive, engaging community.
Students interested in this position have an understanding that it requires day-to-day departmental duties as well as responsibilities during University orientations, Welcome Week, open houses, involvement fairs, and other University events.
Number of Positions Available: 2
Reporting to Student Engagement & Community Programs, the Mentorship Coordinator (MC) is a stipend-based position responsible for enhancing a vibrant campus life and supporting the undergraduate Women's College student experience. The MC will assist the Director of Student Engagement & Community Programs with developing programming and mentorship initiatives for Women's College students, such as the Anchorage Program, within the Office of Student Engagement & Community Programs, working collaboratively with other various campus offices and programs.
Number of Positions Available: 1
Reporting to the Division of Student Life staff, the OL is a stipend-based position responsible for providing a welcoming, introductory experience for new NDMU students along with their visiting guests and families.
Students interested in this position must contribute to an inviting experience for students and both internal and external constituents through various duties and responsibilities during University orientations, Welcome Week, opening processes, open houses, involvement fairs, and other University events.
Number of Positions Available: 8
Reporting to the Office of Accessibility and Health Promotion, Peer Educators have an important leadership role in creating and providing preventative education, health promotion and empowerment resources for NDMU students.
The University’s peer education program is a stipend-based position centered on the value that students hold the power to shift campus culture and create an inclusive, positive campus community free from sexual and gender based violence. Peer Educators present workshops to students on various issues including sexual assault awareness, rape culture, consent, healthy relationships and bystander intervention training.
The peer education program also promotes an understanding of and formats for health promotion topics. Through educational forums, Peer Educators lead education and discussion on topics surrounding mental health, suicide prevention, self-care/stress management, body positivity, LGBTQIA+, diversity and inclusivity, drug/alcohol/tobacco/vaping awareness, empathy, mindfulness and emotional intelligence. Other timely topics and activities as well as the therapy dog program are also opportunities to connect with fellow students and community members.
Presentations will occur during orientation, NDMU 100, residence hall programs and other campus events.
Peer Educators will be trained on the principles of prevention of interpersonal violence as well as university resources and policies in partnership with the University’s OVW CCRT, TurnAround, Inc., and MCASA.
Number of positions available: 6
Acting as a live-in, peer leader, the Resident Advisor (RA) is a stipend-based position that participates in rigorous training wherein students learn and uphold strong standards including first response/crisis management as well as act as a student resource and para-counselor.
Students wishing to apply for this position must have lived for at least a year on campus.
Students interested in this position must have an understanding that their responsibilities include community orientation, community building through active and passive programming, university/residence hall policy enforcement, and administrative duties. RAs are also obligated to perform their duties during University breaks and closings.
Number of Positions Available: 8
The Summer Resident Advisor position is a stipend, live-in peer responsibility from May to August only.
Students interested in this seasonal position would work in with Housing & Residence Life to provide first-response management, community orientation, community building through programming, university policy enforcement, and administrative/office duties to non-NDMU and NDMU community programs, camps, and periodic on-site event assistance, including during University closings/breaks.
Number of Positions Available: 7
Note: By applying any of these positions, you are authorizing professional staff within the Division of Student Life (i.e., Accessibility & Health Promotion, Housing & Residence Life, Inclusion & Community Standards, and Student Engagement & Community Programs) to verify academic and judicial standing with appropriate University offices.
Additionally, if you have previously held a Legacy Leader position, you will need to reapply and participate in group process and interviews for the 2021-22 academic year.