Admission Senior Intern

The Position

The Admission Senior Intern (SI) position is a professional internship with the Office of Admission. Open to all members of the Class of 2024, Senior Interns are tasked with the critically important role of serving as Wesleyan ambassadors to prospective students, families, school and community-based organization counselors, and visitors to the University. The core components of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Co-lead one-hour information sessions with Admission deans to visitors both in-person and virtually
  • Regularly engage in WesChats: informational video conversations focused on informing prospective students about Wesleyan
  • Sit on panels during Open Houses and WesFest.
  • Conduct targeted outreach to priority prospective student populations.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing bias while promoting a culture of inclusivity and belonging that embraces and celebrates the contributions of all team members and prospective students/families 
  • Provide programmatic support for a variety of areas such as communications, international recruitment, data analytics and diversity/equity/inclusion initiatives.

Senior Interns are expected to work 6-10 hours per week during the academic year, with the potential for on-campus or virtual work over the summer as well. Compensation is $18 per hour during the academic year and $19 per hour over the summer.

Who We Seek

All candidates for the position are required to be in good standing with the University and in residence for the duration of the 2023-24 academic year. Given the high visibility and gravitas of the Admission Senior Intern position, competitive applicants will possess the following key attributes:

  • A sound academic record with completed coursework in variety of departments, demonstrating an embrace of the Open Curriculum; students of all majors and minors are welcome
  • Active engagement in co-curricular and extracurricular activities
  • Impeccable interpersonal skills and the ability to represent Wesleyan honestly, enthusiastically, and eloquently
  • A steadfast commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; the ability to comfortably interact with audiences from a wide variety of backgrounds is a must
  • A high level of integrity and ability to sensitively handle confidential information
  • Strong time management and punctuality
  • An interest in learning about the college access profession including student recruitment, selection, yield, and financial aid.

The Application Process

Applications are due to the Office of Admission by Monday, March 27th at 9:00 AM (the end of spring break). The interview process will tentatively begin on Monday, April 10th. The first round of interviews will be in a group format, and should the size of the applicant pool allow, all applicants will be invited to participate; if not, the strength of the written application will determine who we interview. During the group interview, candidates will be asked to give a 5-minute oral presentation on the topic of their choice. Candidates emerging from the group interviews will have an individual interview the following week. Final hiring decisions will be announced on Friday, April 21st. Please contact Taylor Brown, Associate Dean of Admission ( with any questions.


Volunteer for Waste Not

Are you interested in sorting STUFF? Love thrifting or garage sales? Want to be part of a great team and help carry on one of Wesleyan’s greatest traditions? Then apply to volunteer for Waste Not! Waste Not is Wesleyan’s student-run fall tag sale.  Join the volunteer team to help reduce waste, avoid capitalistic consumption, and provide affordable goods to other students.

Perks include:

  • free housing from Tuesday 8/30 – Sunday 9/4
  • free food
  • first dibs on free stuff from Waste Not and discounts on big items
  • opportunity to be PAID to help with move-in cardboard collection on 8/31 (optional)

You’ll move in on Tuesday, August 30 and volunteer about 28 hours between Wednesday, August 31 and Sunday, September 4.  When you sign up for Waste Not, you’ll be required to work at all volunteer shifts and will sign an agreement noting that you’ll be charged if you do not show up on the Saturday or Sunday of the sale.

If you’re interested, fill out this form by Saturday, June 25 at 11:59 PM: Please email with any questions.

Office Hours with Orientation Intern Anya Kisicki

Hey Hi Hello Incoming Students!

As January Orientation approaches, I imagine that you might have some questions about the orientation program, preparing for campus arrival, and getting involved in the Wesleyan community! Feel free to reach out to me through the orientation email ( and I can get back to you. Additionally, I will be holding office hours on Mondays from 1:00 – 3:00 PM EST. Feel free to hop in and ask a couple of questions, get advice about preparing for move-in, or just say hello! As an Academic Peer Advisor and Orientation Intern,  I love meeting incoming students and I am psyched to help you all get ready for your arrival to campus. As always, never hesitate to reach out!

Office Hours Zoom Meeting ID: 968 6827 6721

Warmest wishes,

Anya Kisicki
Orientation Intern

Meet Anya Kisicki, Winter Orientation Intern

Hey Hi Hello! My name is Anya Kisicki (she/her), I’m a junior at Wes, and I’ll be creating and facilitating the Winter Orientation for incoming students!

A little bit about me: I hail from Phoenix, Arizona and I am double majoring in Government and in the College of Letters, a three-year multidisciplinary program that merges the studies of history, literature, and philosophy. I am also pursuing a minor in Film Studies. Outside of Orientation Work, I work at Wesleyan’s Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development to help plan student events on campus and as an Academic Peer Advisor. You can also find me stirring up beverages at the local coffee shop, Perkatory, on Pocotopaug Lake with the Sailing Team, or on a film set designing the lights for student-run thesis productions. Additionally, I am currently working to build a new campus group that focuses on creating space for non-cis males (womxn) interested in Film to network and hold campus-wide events.

I interned for Orientation after my freshmen summer and stayed on the team during my sophomore year. I look forward to planning and actualizing a fulfilling and manageable virtual orientation program for you all! Until Orientation officially begins in January, I will be holding office hours on Mondays between 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM EST. Feel free to drop by or shoot me an email ( with any question or concern you have about starting at Wes in the spring. I am here as a resource for you, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

And this is the zoom link for my office hours:

Meet the Orientation Interns

We are your 2020 Orientation Interns, and we will be in contact with you this summer to ensure that you are prepared for your first year at Wesleyan. We are currently busy planning orientation activities, so stay tuned for more information on upcoming events. Orientation will kick off with virtual events starting Mid-July. Be sure to check your email every Wednesday for more information!

As always, we are available by email at to answer questions or concerns. We are also regularly posting content to our Instagram, so be sure to give us a follow at @wes.orientation. Since these are intense and confusing times, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. In addition, to help put faces to names, feel free to check out our “Meet the 2020 Orientation Interns” video on YouTube and learn more about your Orientation Leaders on the Orientation Program Website.

We look forward to meeting you all, hope you are enjoying your summer, and…GO WES!

The Orientation Interns

Jared Christopher ‘22
Haley Fish ‘22
Amy Limtrajiti ‘23
Kimberly Lopez Vasquez ‘21
@wes.orientation on Instagram