After considering the unprecedented situation of COVID-19, guidance from the state, and the health and safety of all, the decision was made to move Orientation sessions completely online.
Learn more about what's happening: https://orientation.ucf.edu/whats_happening/
For more information about refunds, please see our refund policy: https://orientation.ucf.edu/about/refund-policy/
UCF’s Orientation Team, or O-Team, is comprised of current undergraduate students who are dedicated to the university and to helping others. O-Team members assist in the facilitation of all Freshman, or First Time in College (FTIC), and Transfer student Orientation sessions on UCF’s Main Campus and UCF Downtown. O-Teamers are trained as campus experts to transition new Knights and their guests into the UCF community and assist with academic advising and class registration.
The O-Team is a very prestigious group of student leaders at UCF and are chosen after a competitive application process. Being an O-Teamer is a paid experience, and students that are selected will be required to participate in all summer, fall, and spring Orientation sessions. O-Teamers serve as role models for all current and future students and embody all five tenants of the UCF Creed.
Selection to be a member of UCF’s O-Team is an honor and a rewarding opportunity for both personal and professional growth. Each year, First Year Experience selects a group of mature and dedicated undergraduate student leaders to assist with implementing Orientation programs on the Main campus and UCF Downtown. During this memorable experience, O-Team members serve as peer educators, peer advisors, group facilitators, performers, resource contacts, and role models to incoming students, and their families, in their transition to UCF.
Students are required to take a two credit hour class during the spring semester. During this class, O-Teamers learn about diversity, communication skills, and leadership techniques to prepare for the summer ahead. They also practice group facilitation and presentation skills in preparation for Orientation. O-Teamers hear presentations from a variety of campus offices and can use this experience as an opportunity to build their UCF network.
Following the application, qualified applicants will be contacted regarding a time to participate in a group interview. This will be followed by an individual interview with First Year Experience staff. Applicants selected for membership on O-Team will be notified by the end of the semester.
Required Application Materials:
Interested in learning more? Information Sessions for the 2021 O-Team will be held in September 2020!
Have questions? Contact the Lead O-Teamers at firstname.lastname@example.org.