Get involved with FYP and make your mark at UW!
As a member of the UW community, you can contribute to the experiences of new UW students and their families. While you’re teaming up with First Year Programs, you’ll work with other students, staff, and faculty members, as well as gain valuable professional experience in cooperative leadership.
A wide variety of opportunities are available throughout the year – just click on one of the boxes below to learn more, and don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have questions.
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Welcome, teach and support a class of first-year students in a First-year Interest Group!
Orientation Leaders are energetic, motivated, and hard-working undergraduates who alongside academic advisers and other UW staff to ensure that Advising and Orientation programs are informative and fun.
The Student Assistant (SA) position interacts daily with newly admitted students, their parents, University administrators, faculty, and staff.
These year-round positions are open to all currently-enrolled UW undergraduate students.
Do you want to help commuter and transfer students build community? Join us at the Commuter & Transfer Commons!
Dawg Daze Leaders provide programming and logistical support for all Welcome Week events, and act as UW ambassadors to ensure this is a memorable and enjoyable experience for all students.
DDSAB serves as the student voice of Dawg Daze. This group will meet 3 times in Spring Quarter and will serve as Team Captains during Dawg Daze.
Contact us to determine if an opportunity exists to collaborate!
Transfer Ambassadors (TAs) are current transfer students who help new transfer students in their transition to the UW campus. TAs help throughout the academic year and summer at various events and programs.
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