The application for CCAS Residence Hall Peer Advisor is now OPEN – APPLY HERE
See below for a full position details for the CCAS Residence hall peer advisor position, including qualifications, and important dates and deadlines. Please review all information before submitting your application.
Questions? Please contact Tyler Kuehl at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Residence Hall Peer Advisor Position Details
Cross-College Advising Service (CCAS) is Peer Advisors for work during the 2023-2024 academic year with potential to continue. To apply, note the dates of employment (below), read the full position description, and submit your application. For full consideration, submit your application by March 24, 2023. Candidates are being interviewed on a rolling basis – don’t wait to apply!
Dates and Times
We are looking for applicants who are available during the 2023-2024 academic year. Peer Advisors typically work between 5 to 8 hours per week when classes are in session September through May. Our offices are staffed by Peer Advisors Monday through Thursday from 12:30pm to 4:30. Scheduled hours will fall within those times.
The per-hour compensation is $13.00
Mission of Cross-College Advising Service
Cross-College Advising Service (CCAS) provides academic advising for undergraduates who are exploring majors. CCAS is dedicated to holistic student learning and serves the University of Wisconsin-Madison across all eight undergraduate schools and colleges.
Residence Hall Peer Advisor Position Description
Peer Advisors work collaboratively with CCAS professional advisors, as well as individually, to meet with incoming students about their academic options and to help them to select and enroll in courses. In addition to providing drop-in advising to students, Peer Advisors perform a variety of organizational tasks that support the functions of their CCAS Residence Hall office. Throughout the year, Peer Advisors will have the opportunity to assist with various events and student programming outside of their normal hours, such as the annual Majors Fair. Peer advisors also provide valuable campus information and model successful student behavior.
Peer Advisors can gain skills in problem solving and communication, are committed to helping exploring students, and possess a willingness to learn. No prior experiences is necessary; training on both academic content and advising skills will be provided.
Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
At Cross-College Advising Service, we respect, value, and celebrate the diversity of all UW-Madison students. We strive to make every student feel welcome, safe, and included. By committing ourselves to supporting and advocating for students of all identities, we hope to help foster a healthy campus environment where students can explore academic interests, make decisions about majors and careers, and reach their full potential.
We invite, welcome, and encourage applicants from across all ages, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, abilities, cities/states/countries of origin, and academic interests to apply.