As nearly 10,000 undergraduate students prepare to begin classes in the fall, 34 orientation leaders have been busy this summer welcoming these new freshmen and transfer students, and their families, to campus. Orientation leaders show students and their families the ins and outs of campus, offer insights on how to connect with resources and share plenty of Spartan spirit at a total of 16 orientation sessions.
We are pleased to share a series that introduces some of the orientation leaders who shared their own educational goals, why they are involved as an orientation leader and their favorite Spartan memory.
Major and expected Graduation date:
International Business, minor in Communication Studies, Fall 2019
Why did you become an orientation leader?
I decided to become an orientation leader because I wanted to be involved on campus and guide students in their transition from High School or Community College to SJSU.
What is your favorite part of orientation?
My favorite part of orientation is being able to connect with others on the team and the students and families.
What advice would you give to incoming students?
My advice for incoming students is to get out of their comfort zones and get involved in order to take advantage of all the opportunities SJSU has to offer.
What is your favorite SJSU experience?
My favorite experience at SJSU so far has been all meaningful connections I have made with other Spartans.
What has been your favorite class?
My favorite class has been Strategic Management (BUS3 189) with Thomas Shirley through the Rio de Janeiro FLP.