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New Student, Orientation and Transition Programs

Outcomes of the Orientation Staff Experience

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The following is a list of outcomes we strive to assist each orientation staff member to achieve as a result of their participation in the orientation staff experience.

At the conclusion of the Orientation Leader (OL) experience, an OL will be able to:

  • Summarize the purpose of orientation
  • Describe the CI Mission Statement and list the four Mission Pillars
  • List the nine Dimensions of Development
  • Demonstrate characteristics of a positive team member
  • Explain the needs of incoming students
  • List characteristics of millennials
  • Describe a feeling of teamwork experienced during  Island View Orientation (IVO)
  • Demonstrate school spirit and pride
  • Identify and describe services that CI offers to students and opportunities for involvement
  • Design an orientation program that integrates students into the social and academic components of the institution
  • Describe a feeling of ownership of IVO
  • Lead a thorough campus tour 
  • Describe increased confidence in leadership ability
  • Apply skills gained during the OL experience to life

At the conclusion of the Orientation Program Assistant (OPA) experience, an OPA will be able to:

  • Summarize the purpose of orientation
  • Demonstrate a development in at least five of the nine Dimensions of Development
  • Lead a thorough campus tour
  • Describe the CI Mission Statement and list the four Mission Pillars
  • List the nine Dimensions of Development
  • Describe a feeling of ownership of IVO
  • Describe a feeling of teamwork experienced during IVO
  • Demonstrate school spirit and pride
  • Identify and describe services that CI offers to students and opportunities for involvement
  • Apply skills gained during the OPA experience to life
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