Are you looking to gain volunteer experience while making a difference on campus? Join the Orientation Ambassador program! Make new friends, learn new skills, and give back by supporting new students in their transition to UFV. Plus, you get to choose from a variety of volunteer positions to meet your interests and strengths.
Become an Orientation Ambassador
Orientation Ambassadors help all UFV students feel welcome and connected to the UFV community. Share your knowledge and advice with new students by supporting Orientation activies that help them enter their first semester at UFV with confidence!
Fall 2021 Ambassador Positions Include:
- "How to University" Student Panelist
- Online Community Builder
- Invocation Video Participant (unavailable)
- Ask Me Station Host
- Campus Tour Guide
Check the Orientation Ambassador Volunteer Job description to find a full description of each position, along with the requirements of each role.
Please note: All Orientation Ambassadors will be required to attend and complete online and/or in-person training to prepare you for your role. Some of these roles may also involve being present on the UFV campus. Your safety is always our priority, but please be aware that you may share an outdoor or indoor space with other students.
How to Apply
Apply online to be an Orientation Ambassador for Fall 2021. Once your application is complete, a member of the Orientation staff team will get back to you to schedule a virtual "get to know you" meeting online to help assign you to your role.
Want to be notified about upcoming opportunties to support Student Orientation each semester? Fill out this Orientation Ambassador Interest Form
UFV is located on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples, where Halq’améylem is spoken. The Halq’améylem word given to us for New Student Orientation (NSO) is Tl’etl’axel, which means "to invite people to gather in one community."
Visit our New Students page to learn more about the meaning behind the NSO logo, and the Indigenous graphic designer and UFV student who created it.