Overview

Student Life Fellowship Leaders are at the heart and soul of Rochester College.  As part of the Student Life Leadership program, each fellowship leader participates in one of four possible Leadership tracks; Student Engagement, Community Living, Spiritual Formation, or Student Care.  As proven student leaders in these areas, Fellowship students are very approachable, friendly, relational, and amongst the most successful RC students on campus.

The ideal Fellowship Leader demonstrates excellent interpersonal communication skills, enthusiasm for the college, proven leadership abilities, positivity, sound judgment, and reliability. They are Rochester College’s essential student leaders and embody the best of the College.

The program includes a rigorous application and interview process. Students who achieve this honor undergo comprehensive training to prepare them to assist with college events as official hosts, both on and off campus.

In this way, a Fellowship Leader’s responsibility includes serving as a Warrior ambassador. As ambassadors, each Fellowship Leader supports the Admissions Office in the exciting work of engaging with prospective students and families from the point a new Warrior is admitted until the end of the First Year Experience.

Fellowship Leaders gain leadership and real work experiences in the areas of Marketing, Public Relations, Public Speaking, Branding, Team Building, pastoral care, and the management of others. Working in the Center for Student Life and closely with the Admissions Office, Fellows are genuinely interested in the development and success of the college and new students.

Position Qualifications

  • Be in good academic and judicial standing with Rochester College
  • Exhibit an active and growing Christian faith
  • Senior or Junior with prior leadership experience at RC
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm for the college, students, faculty, staff and co-curricular programming
  • Posses an in-depth knowledge of the institution and its resources
  • Communicates effectively both verbally and written; as well as interactively with various technologies
  • Be willing to help students with personal concerns (including, but not limited to: housing, parking, social interactions, self-care, academic pressures, loneliness, etc.)
  • Demonstrate sensitivity/interest in diversity/cultural differences; ability to effectively communicate with a variety of personalities
  • Function effectively in a team environment
  • Exhibit strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Have the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and responsibilities

Position Responsibilities & Expectations

  • Support the Admissions Office in the early stages of onboarding potential and new “admit” students through calling admitted students, giving campus tours, hosting admitted students on campus visits, and connecting with admitted students through social media platforms.
  • Actively participate in the organizing and shaping of the Admission Office’s RC Warrior Fridays.
  • Actively participate in the organizing and shaping of the Advising Center’s Crimson Days.
  • Support the Center for Student Life in planning and executing Warrior Week (new student orientation) for new incoming students which includes attending and participating in all Warrior Week activities.
  • Attend a First Year Experience training session prior to new student move-in
  • Actively participate in move-in day by helping new residential students move into their residence hall and helping families navigate the campus under the oversight of Rochester College’s Community Living office
  • Support the Center for Student Life’s First Year Experience (Seminar) as cohort leaders during the Fall semester of new students by facilities bi-weekly small group discussion, outings and/or service projects through the Fall semester for assigned learning community connected to the First Year Seminar.
  • Attend an annual leadership retreat during the Spring Semester.
  • Attend a weekly 1-hour Leadership Course for Fall semester (TBD)
  • Attend Refresh Retreat in Spring semester
  • Be committed to an ongoing mentoring relationship with members of an assigned learning community through the end of the Refresh Retreat that encourages and supports new students’ spiritual, academic, social and personal growth and development as they acclimate and transition to RC.
  • Fellowship leaders may not hold other leadership positions through the Center for Student Life. Due to the responsibilities and time commitments of Fellowship Leaders,  extracurricular involvements (i.e. off campus jobs) beyond the role need to receive approval from the Assistant Dean of your area (Community Living, Spiritual Formation, Student Engagement).

Compensation

Becoming a Fellowship Leader means that you represent the best of Rochester College. The position of a Fellowship Leader is one of great prestige that will enhance your co-curricular college experience, develop your Emotional Intelligence (EQ), candidacy for future graduate school, professional aspirations, and wholeness as a servant leader. In addition to being set apart from the crowd, Fellows are awarded:

Fellowship Leader Positions

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Senior Community LeaderCampus Ministry LeaderStudent Body PresidentOffering Worship Leader
Student Body Vice PresidentGreek Life PresidentImpact Team Leader

Student Leadership Application