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P-PAC Peer Advisor - Pre- Professional Advising Center 2024-2025

Apply now Job no: 496383
Full time/Part time: Part-time
Location: South Orange
Categories: Student Employment


The Seton Hall University's Pre- Professional Advising Center (P-PAC) is hiring Peer Advisors! We are in search of responsible students interested in developing their own leadership skills and that are passionate about supporting their peers prepare for professional school. P-PAC Peer Advisors are to assist students with basic advising questions, P-PAC programming, administrative tasks, provide excellent customer service, and serve as a resource to enhance student access to pre-professional advising and other campus resources.



Peer Advisors play a crucial role in the Pre- Professional Advising Center by performing a wide variety of tasks that support the office’s mission. These responsibilities include:


           Serve as a resource for students exploring and preparing for professional school (Med/Dent/Opt/Vet, etc.)

           Meet with students 1:1 and/or in a group setting to provide peer advising/support and answer any frequently asked advising questions

           Assist with facilitating workshops and programming

           Assist with student outreach and follow up (emails, social media, and other communications)

           Provide exceptional customer service while acting as the first point of contact for the Pre- Professional Advising Center for students, faculty, and other community members.

           Assist with administrative and clerical tasks at the Pre-Professional Advising Center such as scheduling appointments, answering phones and responding to emails in a prompt, polite, courteous, and timely manner. Other duties as assigned.

           Assist with any P-PAC projects related to pre-professional advising, workshops, social media communication, marketing, creating flyers, data entry, or other tasks related to the goals of the office.

           Attend mandatory trainings and team meeting



          Minimum 3.0 GPA required and maintained

          Undergraduate Sophomore, Junior or Senior in good academic standing preparing for/interested in professional school (30 + credits)

          Can multitask and has strong organizational skills

          Clear campus disciplinary record

          Ability to work with confidential information

          Ability to work with peers who come from varying backgrounds

          Effective communication and interpersonal skills




          Passion for assisting peers reach their academic and career goals

          Willingness to learn new skills, policies, processes and professional school information

          Willingness to apply new skills during peer advising sessions and relationship building

          Friendly and approachable

          Ability to understand and communicate appropriate boundaries with peers

          Demonstrates initiative, creativity, and flexibility

          Enjoys working as part of a team, but is equally comfortable working independently

          Ability to empathize and understand that there are a variety of factors that affect academic success

          Ability to present to large and small groups

          Competent in Microsoft Office Apps: Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

          Responsible, a critical thinker, courteous, punctual, reliable, consistent and professional



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