Wolf Pack (Orientation) Leaders

We are excited to work with you throughout your first year at UAA! You can call on us to help you navigate the university system, learn how to get engaged on campus, or problem solve. As students, we have been there and done that. We believe it is easier to succeed when you have help, so we are here to provide that help!

We will reach out to check-in, ask if we can help. We want to ensure you are supported in your transition to college life. There are great resources and services at UAA to help you achieve academic and personal development. The Wolf Pack will point the way! 

We're hiring summer 2018 Orientation leaders!

Join New Student Orientation in a fun, challenging, exciting and team building summer as we train on all things UAA, recruit incoming students to attend orientation, and host Howl Days Orientation for our new students.  Staff will work between 30-40 hours per week depending on the month.  We are looking for student leaders who:

  • Have attended UAA at least one semester 
  • Have a 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Are available all summer June 1-August 24, 2018

To apply, visit the Careers at UA website and search for "Orientation Leader" or job posting number "498918".  If you have further questions or concerns related to the position,  email uaa_orientation@alaska.edu or call (907) 786-1224.


UAA NSO Wolf Pack Leader



Major: Justice

Hobbies: Video games and going outside with family and friends .

Advice for Students: Explore the UAA page, no matter how lost you feel.

Yessenia Wolf Pack LeaderYessenia


Major: Psychology

Hobbies: Reading and writing.

Advice for Students: Don't be shy to ask questions and find ways to get connected.

Link to Yessenia's Six Word Story in ePortfolio to learn more about why she is attending UAA.

UAA NSO Wolf Pack Leader



Major: Nursing & Psychology

Hobbies: Running, cooking, hiking, photography and road trips.

Advice for Students: Never feel afraid to ask for help. There is always help out there.

Link to Nathan's Six Word Story in ePortfolio to learn more about why he is attending UAA.


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