Committee Position Descriptions

At this time, New Student Orientation committee applications have closed.

NSOP Student Chairs (1 BC, 1 CC/SEAS, 1 GS)

  • NSOP Student Chairs prepare all aspects of the orientation program in conjunction with the Undergraduate Student Life and the Barnard Dean of Studies Office, as well as  serve as liaison to other organizations and offices involved with the orientation program.
  • Coordinate day-to-day work of other committee members and oversee the development of the orientation theme, media, communications, and strategy in conjunction with the Student Engagement and Barnard Orientation and Activities staff.
  • Applicants should have experience managing groups and projects.
  • A $4,500.00 summer stipend with an additional $500 stipend which is provided for additional responsibilities.

Student Leader Coordinators (1 BC, 1 CC/SEAS)

  • Student Leader Coordinators directly interact with Crew Chiefs (CCs) and Orientation Leaders (OLs) throughout week of NSOP. 
  • Student Leader Coordinators are responsible for the hiring process of CCs and OLs in conjunction with the Student Engagement and Barnard Orientation and Activities staff, as well as CC and OL training during the spring semester and prior to the beginning of orientation. 
  • Student Leader Coordinators are responsible for assigning new students to orientation leaders.
  • Applicants should have experience working with spreadsheets and databases.
  • A $4,500.00 summer stipend.

Social Programmer (1 CC/SEAS)

  • The Social Programmer is responsible for planning all social events during the week of orientation, including the New York City event, Open Mic Night, Performance Showcase, and other events.
  • Applicants should have experience developing and implementing programs. Experience implementing social programs is desirable, but not necessary. 
  • A $4,500.00 summer stipend.

Academic & Educational Programmer (1 CC/SEAS)

  • The Academic & Educational Programmer is responsible for coordinating with other departments and organizations for all academic events during the week, including placement exams, library and computing info sessions, student advising scheduling, and other various info sessions. The programmer works heavily with the Center for Student Advising in coordinating and implementing these programs. 
  • Applicants should have experience developing and implementing programs. Experience with academic and/or educational programs is desirable, but not necessary.
  • A $4,500.00 summer stipend.

Transfer, Visiting, & Combined Plan Programmer (1 CC/SEAS)

  • The Transfer, Visiting, and Combined Plan Programmer implements all programming for transfer, visiting, and combined plan students, including move-in, information sessions, and social outings. The programmer is also responsible for direct communication with incoming transfer, visiting, and combined plan students. 
  • Applicants should have experience developing and implementing programs. 
  • A $4,500.00 summer stipend.

Events Programmer (3 BC)

  • Events Programmers implement all Barnard-specific orientation activities, as well as serve on joint-program events such as the New York City event and Community Forum. Programmers work on a variety of programs, both academic and social.
  • Applicants should have experience developing and implementing a range of programs.
  • A $4,500.00 summer stipend.

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