What do these eight words have in common?
The career readiness of college graduates is an important issue in higher education, in the labor market, and in the public arena. The National Association of Colleges and Employers has identified eight competencies associated with career readiness. As a Resident Assistant, you will grow in all of these areas!
Resident Assistants (RAs) are trained peer leaders who foster student social and academic growth within their individual community. RAs help build this inclusive and welcoming community through hosting programs, developing interpersonal relationships, serving as a familiar first resource, and much more.
Resident Assistants will:
- Maintain a positive and welcoming attitude
- Develop and host educational and social programs for students
- Work within a dynamic team to create safe and inclusive communities
- Mediate residential disputes
- Serve in a duty rotation to address crisis situations and enforce campus policy violations
- Facilitate dialogue with students
- Create new campus initiatives
- Provide campus resources to students in need