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Oct. 9 deadline for student orientation applications

alive-orientation-80pPULLMAN, Wash. – The application deadline is Friday, Oct. 9, for students who would like to be orientation counselors during Alive! new student/family welcome during summer 2016.

OCs make lifelong friendships, enhance their leadership skills and earn $6,400 and lots of free swag. They are extensively trained to be familiar with WSU resources, academic departments, the registration system, the Pullman community and campus life.

To learn more about the position and submit an application to new student programs, visit http://BeAnOC.wsu.edu.

 

 

 

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