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Orientation Ambassadors

Are you looking to gain volunteer experience while making a difference on campus? Join the Orientation Ambassador program! Make new friends, learn new skills, and give back by supporting new students beginning their studies at UFV. 


Applications open now!


The Orientation team is currently seeking volunteers to support Orientation activities and events taking place July - September, 2022. Find out how to apply below.
 

Volunteer positions

Share your knowledge and advice with new students by supporting Orientation activities in a volunteer position that meets your personal interests and strengths, including:

  • "How to University" student panelist
  • Day ONE student engagement leader
  • Day ONE event set-up/tear-down crew member
  • Ask-me station host
  • Campus wayfinding tour guide


Want to know more?

Read the Orientation Ambassador Volunteer Job description‌ to find a full description of each position, along with the requirements of each role.

For a full list of Orientation events coming up this semester, take a look at Student Orienation events webpage, and click on each event listing for more details.



How to Apply

The Orientation team is always looking for more volunteers! Start by filling out the Orientation Ambassador Interest Form

When we're ready to recruit and train new volunteer Ambassadors for the upcoming semester, you'll get an email from a member of the Orienation staff team with more information in how to participate.

  Apply now!  

 

Please note: you may not receive an immediate reply from Orientation staff after submitting this form. Volunteers on this list will be contacted a few months before the start of each semester to support Fall, Winter, and Summer semester Orientation for new students.

 


UFV is located in the traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples, where Halq’améylem is spoken. The Halq’améylem word given to us for New Student Orientation (NSO) is Tl’etl’axel, which means "to invite people to gather in one community." 

Visit our New Students page to learn more about the meaning behind the NSO logo, and the Indigenous graphic designer and UFV student who created it.

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