[Summary: Go to http://doodle.com/poll/fpwyxehmhu6xg72x to fill in your slot availability if you want to interview for 2016 Orbital staff]
Congratulations again to all of the Orbital 2015 graduates. It’s now your turn to go beyond Earth orbit and be a part of the team to help the next 2016 Orbital cohort accomplish their project goals.
We are currently starting our recruitment drive for Advisers and Tutors, the two roles that you as Orbital alumni are eminently qualified for
- Advisers acts as peer assessors and cheerleaders for teams taking
Orbital — you all had the experience of being under their wing this
past summer. Here’s your chance to shine and contribute back to your
- Tutors act as the primary instructor for a mission control session
or a Liftoff session. This means you are in control of teaching a
particular subject for about an hour. If you wanted to level up on
public speaking and technical tutorials, this is your opportunity.
You don’t have to be an expert to teach — anyone can do it if they’re committed, and you can always answer the tough questions offline.We are going to be holding interviews primarily during recess week and
the weeks directly after. If you wish to be interviewed for either / both positions, please visit the Doodle form and sign up for an interview slot and indicate which role(s) you want to try for.Looking forward to hearing from you!
(for Orbital staff)
– I’m going on NOC, can I participate?
– I’m planning to take a full-time internship, can I participate?
– I’m not going to be around SG this coming summer, can I participate?
The answer to these three questions is all the same: Yes for advisers, please apply. You may know that some advisers were not local during your cohort as well. The job can be done entirely remotely from NUS. That said, applicants who are local and who do physically participate in the activities will generally bond better with their teams (unsurprisingly).
– How much money can I expect to earn as a staff member?
The monetary remuneration for doing either job is small, but the
bragging rights and the additional job you can list on your CV/resume
will hopefully make it worthwhile (aside from the intrinsic goodness
of helping your fellow SoCian!).