Facilitators

Qualifications

Enthusiastic about participating in a shared learning experience with students and Co-facilitator in a non-traditional classroom environment.

Staff Facilitator

  • Master’s degree
  • 3 years’ experience working with college students
  • Knowledge of and experience with the RIT community

Peer Facilitator

  • Available to work through Saturday of NSO program and Fall Semester RIT 365 section
  • Minimum 2.8 GPA cumulative
  • Full-time registered RIT student

Job Description

  • Co-facilitate a dialogue process through a Plan-Do-Reflect experiential learning cycle with an assigned section of 24 students for 14 weeks
  • Participate in a learning partnership to connect first-year students with resources and opportunities available in the RIT community
  • Attend, participate, and co-facilitate intentional bonding activities during Saturday of New Student Orientation
  • Attend required bi-weekly team meetings & supervisor meetings
  • Alternatively: Participate in Communities of Practice regarding Experiential Learning/Dialogue Facilitation/support of first-year students
  • Provide support as needed to execute experiential activities within the course
  • Support cohort and necessary logistics at Super Speaker events, co-facilitate follow-up dialogue
  • Attend 2 days of training or the equivalent throughout spring semester and/or summer (you will be notified of dates upon hire)
  • Provide one-on-one ½ hour coaching sessions to the students in your assigned section