TAYLOR'S ORIENTATION LEADERS

Hi Freshmen!

Welcome to Taylor’s Lakeside Campus where you rise with the best! We, the Taylor’s Orientation Leaders are a group of seniors ready and geared up to guide you throughout your first E-orientation. Get ready as we have prepared lineups of engagement activities for you in August, and feel free to ask us questions where we’ll navigate you through Taylor’s and give you the best first-year experience!

Reach out to us for any help on our Facebook or Instagram at @orientation.tlc (link below) and we will be more than happy to give you a hand!

ABOUT US

A student body working collaboratively with Taylor’s Student Development (SD) to assist new students in their transition into University Life. Our goal is to enrich their first-year experiences in Taylor’s by instilling the Taylor’s Culture of excellence into our new students.

It is the university’s focus to support new students in getting adjusted to the new learning environment, hence the program has been designed to be fun, interesting, lively, encouraging and allows bonding with various orientation activities being planned.

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HERE'S EXACTLY HOW TO JOIN US
Registration Date

Recruitment for Orientation Leaders occurs annually during Clubs and Societies Carnival on March Orientation Week.

Registration Channel

Look out for open registration for recruitment through our members and our official social media pages:

Registration Process
  1. Each recruit is required to fill out the recruitment Google Form and attend a formal interview session conducted by the current term’s executive committee and board of directors.

  2. The selection process follows a standard criteria rubric to prevent bias.

  3. Selected recruits will be informed one or two weeks after the interview period ended.

  4. If passed, each recruit will go through an apprenticeship program spans for a total of 8 months and will be assigned a full-fledged orientation leader to serve as their mentor

  5. throughout the apprenticeship program.

  6. At the evaluation stage, each mentor will gather along with the executive committee and board of directors to review the performance of each apprentice.

  7. A vote is cast for each apprentice to fall under the category of either passed, failed or inconclusive.

  8. The voting is used as a factor taken into consideration when the executive committee and board of directors make the final decision on the confirmation of the apprentices.

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