March 25, 2012

Summer Positions: Residential Counselors for the 2012 Pushkin Summer Institute


The Department of Slavic Languages and Literature seeks responsible, hard-working, outgoing, friendly, and mature undergraduate students with a passion for Russian and an interest in working with underrepresented students at the high school level to serve as residential counselors for the 2012 Pushkin Institute.

The Pushkin Summer Institute is a new six-week residential summer program for high school students from traditionally underrepresented groups.

Job Duties
Live in Kronshage Hall with program participants for the duration of the 2012 Pushkin Institute: June 24-August 4, 2012
Participate in job and Red Cross training
Plan and implement evening and weekend activities for program participants
Create a safe, respectful, and fun experience for students
Maintain records of students’ whereabouts
Provide on-call coverage for all pre-college programs living in Kronshage Hall
Organize and lead evening study sessions
Make rounds of the living areas throughout the night
Respond to any disturbances, and enforce and uphold Division of Housing, Pushkin Institute and University policies
Assist students with academic and social concerns
Maintain daily communication with the Pushkin Institute onsite director
Meet regularly with the program director and teaching staff
Chaperone students on field trips
Drive a University vehicle, when needed

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