Wheaton offers multiple leadership positions over the summer that are both full-summer and partial summer commitments.  Please see below for more information on the opportunities that might be right for you.

Application Information available in early March.


Full Summer

Summer Program Leadership Intern

Dates:  May 22, 2019 – August 2, 2019

Compensation:

The Summer Program Leadership Intern is a multifaceted leadership experience for undergraduate student leaders.  These students will have a unique role in forming and supporting College summer programs that are offered to High School students, including CORE June, The Global Leaders Program and the  Business and Technology Immersion Experience.

Wheaton Summer Program Leadership Interns will average 35 hours per week over the course of the summer, but can expect to work nights and weekends during program periods. They must be generally available to work regular hours May 22, 2019 through August 2, 2019 but can not have any conflicts during program periods (6/9-6/14, 6/29-8/2).

New Student Orientation Coordinator

Dates:  May 22, 2019 – August 27, 2019

Compensation:

 

Partial Summer

CORE Leader

Dates:  June 5, 2019 – June 14, 2019

Compensation:

Campus Orientation and Registration Experience (CORE) is an overnight program for newly enrolled students to learn more about Wheaton that takes place in June. CORE Leaders are hired to welcome, mentor and engage members of the incoming class during their time on campus.  CORE Leaders will share their Wheaton experience and help new students feel connected to the community both academically and socially. Candidates must be available from June 5- 14, 2019. Leadership experience at Wheaton is a plus.

Global Leaders Program (GLP) Mentor

Dates:  June 23, 2019 – July 12, 2019

Compensation:

The Global Leaders Program (GLP) is a two week experience for high school students who are interested in social innovation and want to become changemakers.  Part of this learning experience will be working alongside students as they participate in President Hanno’s “Innovation and Social Change” seminar.  Mentors will assist students in the classroom, plan social programs and provide supervisory support within the residence halls.  The Mentor will be expected to serve as RA, monitor students during academic activities and field trips, and foster a friendly and comfortable learning environment.

Business and Technology Immersion Experience (BTIE) Mentor

Dates:  June 23, 2019 – July 12, 2019

Compensation:

The Business and Technology Immersion Experience (BTIE) is a four week, college credit program for high school students who are interested in the intersection of these two disciplines.  They will spend half of the day in classroom settings, and the second half of the day will be hands on application.Mentors will assist students in the classroom, plan social programs and provide supervisory support within the residence halls.  The Mentor will be expected to serve as RA, monitor students during academic activities and field trips, and foster a friendly and comfortable learning environment.