Commuter Connections Program
The Commuter Connections Program is looking for Commuter Connections Leaders!
We’re looking for upper-year student leaders who would be interested in becoming Woodsworth Commuter Connections Program (CCP) group leaders. Your role would involve providing academic and social programming for a group of 12-15 student participants in addition to facilitating regular group mentoring sessions. We are looking to hire 4-5 leaders to work during the 2013-2014 academic year.
Applicants should possess leadership skills and/or experience, communication skills and a knowledge of campus resources. Commuting experience is preferred. Successful applicants will be asked to participate in training workshops prior to and throughout the academic term. This is a paid position (remuneration under review).
To apply, please send your cover letter and your resume to David Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday April 2nd, 2013 at 9AM.
Interviews will take place on Monday April 8th and Tuesday April 9th. Your cover letter should outline why you are interested in the position as well as some ideas for academic and social programming.
Woodsworth Commuter Connections Program
What is the Commuter Connections Program (CPP)?
The Commuter Connections Program (CCP) is designed to address the challenges that arise for commuter (off-campus) students in order to aid students in their efforts to achieve academic, social, and personal successes as university students. The Commuter Connections Program connects commuter/off-campus students to an upper-year Commuter Connections Leader as well as a community of fellow commuter students at Woodsworth College. Throughout the year, the Commuter Connections Leaders organize events and workshops such as trips to the ROM, study skills workshops, time-management workshops and cooking classes.
How Does it Work?
The Commuter Connections Program matches upper-year (second year and above) Commuter Connection Leaders with a group of 12-15 commuter (off-campus) students. Leaders are matched with students based on a variety of factors, including field of study and geography (e.g. city, closest subway station). The goal of the program is to introduce commuter students to upper-year students who act as a source of information and social support. The Commuter Connections Program is also an opportunity to meet and develop relationships with other off-campus students.
How Do I Sign Up?
To sign up for the Commuter Connections Program, you must complete the online CCP Registration Form.
CCP Registration Forms for 2013-2014 will open in June/July 2013.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at email@example.com.