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Communication, negotiation, management and problem-solving are just a few of the valuable skills you’ll learn by taking advantage of the College of Health Solutions leadership opportunities. Student leaders demonstrate initiative, academic excellence and exceptional interpersonal skills. They have a keen interest in helping new students succeed through involvement and engagement within the college, on ASU’s campuses and across the university.
Becoming a student leader will develop your professional network and provide you with demonstrable positions of responsibility when you are ready to begin your health career, but leadership isn’t just about what goes on your resume. You’ll have fun, make friends and contribute to the Health Solutions community while being a mentor and ambassador for our students and our college.
Residential College Student Leaders (RCSLs) for the college’s Health Quarters residential community play an important role in assisting first-year residential students in having a successful transition from high school to college. The RCSL bridges the gap between campus life and academic support by serving as a peer advocate and resource referral. RCSLs assist students in navigating the university environment, model success strategies and focus on the needs of first-year students as they transition into the ASU community.
Students selected to become RCSLs live and work with first-year Health Solutions students in Taylor Place on the Downtown Phoenix campus, San Pablo on the Tempe campus or Casa de Oro on the West campus. Applicants must meet the position qualifications detailed in the job description, be flexible, be a positive role model for others, be able to demonstrate academic and college success strategies, have excellent communication skills, and be influential with their peers. Recruitment for this begins toward the end of fall semester.
CHS 101 is a student success course for all freshmen in the College of Health Solutions. Facilitating CHS 101 allows you to gain meaningful leadership experience while perfecting your communication skills. You will have a unique opportunity to help and guide Health Solutions freshman by sharing your ASU experiences with them. This program also encourages you to develop relationships with staff, faculty and your peers within the college. Recruitment for this position begins early each spring semester.