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The retreat coordinators are the four students who will assist in the planning and implementation of the retreat as well as lead the thematic area breakout sessions during the UHP Annual Welcome Retreat, August 19 - 20, 2014. Coordinators have several honors experiences within their assigend thematic area and are excited to share their passions with our incoming first-year students.
What do retreat coordinators do?
Retreat coordinators are some of the University Honors Program's top students and hail from various colleges across UC. Coordinators represent a breadth of experiences, inside and outside the classroom, on campus, in the community, and around the world.
Retreat coordinators will be integral parts of the retreat planning process as well as its execution. Coordinators will work with the UHP staff in all aspects of the University Honors Program Annual Welcome Retreat. Coordinators will help shape the vision for the retreat as well as contribute to its success through aiding in its planning and implementation.
Once selected, retreat coordinators will be assigned specific components of planning the retreat, though all four are expected to work together throughout the planning process. Planning components are divided into three categories - "personnel," "marketing/communication" and "logistics."
Personnel Tasks (2 coordinators)
Marketing/Communication Tasks (1 coordinator)
Logistics Tasks (1 coordinator)
At the retreat, coordinators will lead the breakout session for their assigned thematic area (research & creative arts, leadership, community engagement, or global studies). After the retreat, coordinators will be asked for feedback and to help start the planning process for next year.
What are the requirements?
Retreat coordinators need to meet the following requirements:
You will also be expected to commit to the following days and times:
What is the application process?
The application process will open in late September. Applications will be reviewed in conjunction with the student's learning portfolio. After the deadline, applicants who are moving forward in the process will be contacted for an interview.