NODA Interns

NODA Interns

NODA, or the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education, is a national association that aims to provide education, leadership, and professional develoment in the fields of college student orientation, transition, and retention. One such program that seeks to fulfill this mission is the NODA Internship Program. This program works to match professionals and host institutions within the field of orientation, transition, and retention with energetic and dedicated students who ar elooking to expand their orientation experience and connections. These internships typically take place during the summer months. Temple University's Office of Orientation and New Student Programs offers NODA Internship positions each summer for current graduate students within the field.

Parent and Family Orientation Intern

The Parent and Family Orientation Intern will: coordinate the Parent Resource Fair, oversee Parent and Family check-in, and assist with the orientation leader training. In addition this intern will also: serve as a live-in professional staff member, participate in on-call duty during overnight orientations, compile orientation participant numbers, and serve as on-site office manager. The Parent and Family Orientation Intern will also aide with New Student Orientation programs as needed, including evening programming.

Compensation

The Parent and Family Orientation Intern will be provided a room in an on-campus residence hall. In addition, they will receive a stipend that will cover meals and snacks. This intern will also be able to eat in a university dining facility during our eight summer orientation sessions.

Qualifications

Successful applicants will have completed at least one year of a graduate program in the field of higher education or related field by the time the internship starts.

New Student Orientation Intern

The New Student Orientation Intern will: coordinate the early arrival sessions, serve as primary onsite manager for evening programming, assist with orientation leader training and supervision, and help implement the New Student Orientation programs. In addition, this intern will also: serve as a live-in professional staff member, participate in on-call duty during overnight orientations, and perform essential office duties. The New Student Orientation Intern will also aide with Parent Orientation as needed.

Compensation

The New Student Orientation Intern will be provided a room in an on-campus residence hall. In addition, they will receive a stipend that will cover meals and snacks. This intern will also be able to eat in a university dining facility during our eight summer orientation sessions.

Qualifications

Successful applicants will have completed at least one year of a graduate program in the field of higher education or related field by the time the internship starts.