Leadership Opportunities

We are so happy that you are considering joining our department. Our Leadership positions provide training and experiences that will aid you in developing the skills beneficial to your future employment, furthering your understanding of yourself and the world around you, as well deepening your connection to the mission and values of the university, division, and department. You will be provided with all the information related to our open Student Leadership Positions. We encourage you to thoroughly explore this information as it will aid you in the application process and in deciding which position is the best fit for you.

Peer Mentors

Volunteer Student Leaders who lead our Themed Communities. In our Themed Communities, Peer Mentors are responsible for building connections and providing experiences to their community members related to the theme of your community.

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Resident Assistant

Student paraprofessionals who are responsible for promoting a residential experience that cultivates a sense of belonging, academic success, personal growth, & transitional life skills that is inclusive of all residents.

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Senior Resident Assistant

The Senior Resident Assistant is a paraprofessional student staff member who serves a critical administrative role within the Department of Housing and Residence Life.

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Helpful Applicant Information

Applicants are encouraged to seek assistance from Career Services to successfully prepare their application materials (resume and cover letter) as well as prepare for their interviews.

Employment Advising By Career Services  FAQ Skills & Attributes For Positions

Housing Focus Guide

Housing includes Live, Learn, Grow, Graduate (LLGG) into their jobs. As a Resident or Student Leader within our department, our focus is to support you as you Live, Learn, Grow, & Graduate (LLGG) on-campus. You will find that they are common words to campus living, but what do they mean:

  • Live: Living on campus refers to being a part of a distinct community where residents know they are a valued member, have healthy and supportive relationships, and contributing to positive social norms conducive to the academic and personal development of all community members.
  • Learn: Learning on-campus refers to developing skills, practicing habits, and acquiring the tools necessary to be a successful and thriving student.
  • Grow: Growing on campus refers to residents coming to understand themselves, their values, and the world around them in order for them to develop into the person they desire to be.
  • Graduate: Graduating on campus refers to residents acquiring knowledge and skills necessary to maintain healthy wellbeing and transition into independent adulthood.

Contact Us

Phone: (801) 626-7275
Email: housing@weber.edu
Visit us at the Wildcat Village Housing Office