The Honors Program Student Leadership Team is comprised of enthusiastic students who are dedicated to pursuing an "Honors Mindset" and actively engaging in the Honors community. During the fall semester, leadership groups are organized around specific roles and responsibilities, including: Mentoring, Programming, and Recruitment. These groups work collaboratively in dynamic and innovative ways to establish and nurture an inviting culture within the Honors Program.
During the spring semester, the Honors Program Student Leadership Team is typically smaller in size and members fulfill a variety of roles and responsibilities. As space allows, an application window may be opened for new leaders between the fall and spring semesters.
Students selected for the Honors Program Student Leadership Team are employees of Illinois State University and are financially compensated. Additional benefits of fulfilling a position on the Honors Program Student Leadership Team include:
The Honors Program is accepting applications for the following positions:
Please review the position description(s) prior to completing the employment application. Note the specific availability times mentioned for each position for the Fall 2019 semester.
Students should submit only one online application; multiple positions can be selected during the application process.
Questions regarding the Honors Community Assistant position should be directed to Amy Secretan, Honors Program Coordinator.
Questions regarding the Honors Peer Mentor position should be directed to Gina Turton, Academic Coordinator.
Questions regarding the Honors Office Assistant position should be directed to Christie Martin, Assistant Director.
“Being a Presidential Scholar has opened many doors for me, and because leaders around campus have been willing to take a chance on me, I have been granted limitless, unique opportunities I may not otherwise have.”
-Josh CollierRead about Josh's experience in Honors