Open to upper year students, preference given to those who have lived in a post-secondary residence (one or two Don(s) per house/hall/court/block). Job description revised November 2021.
Don of Activities
Open to upper year students, preference given to those who have lived in a post-secondary residence (approximately one Don of Activities per staff team). Job description revised November 2021.
Residence Education Dons
Open to upper year students, preference given to those who have lived in a post-secondary residence (approximately one Residence Education Don per staff team). Job description revised November 2021.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are now open to join the Residence Life Staff for the 2022-2023 academic year. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume as one pdf document to email@example.com . Applicants must be upper year students; transfer students may be considered. The posting will close as soon as positions are filled so candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Please note: Successful applicants must be full-time Brock students who have an academic average of 65 per cent or more in their top four credits at the end of the 2021 Winter term. If selected, you will be required to have Standard First Aid and CPR-C certification, More Feet on the Ground training, the University’s AODA training tutorial and any other mandated Brock University training prior to assuming RLS responsibilities.
Please note that the final number of available positions will be determined when information on occupancy becomes available
The best part of being a Don is the community that you become a part of as well as the community that you create with your students. I became a Don because I wanted to be a part of supporting students. I wanted to help students experience everything that Brock has to offer and help students to build connections.
The best part about being a don is making new friends and connections, having students look up to you for guidance and help in navigating their way through university life.
Being part of RLS has taught me what commitment is. I became a don because I wanted to mentor first-year students and help them create the best first-year experience for them and expand my leadership skills.
You should apply to be a don because you can find your people and family here! Be part of opportunities you never thought you could make it too!!
For me the best part of being a Don is the relationships I have built with my fellow RLS team and I think you should apply to be a don because it is an amazing way to contribute to the Brock community and learn leadership skills such as time management!
The best part about being a don here at Brock is building connections and community with the students here! You get to met so many new faces, and its great getting to know each and everyone!
If you are looking for reasons on why you should apply to be a don, here are just a few, it looks great on a resume, you develop a wonderful leadership role and you get to met so many amazing people within the role!