Undergraduate Admissions Seeking Green and Gold Guides

Do YOU know a student who exemplifies USF?

 

The Green & Gold Guides are seeking new members to help promote USF to prospective students and families. This volunteer internship provides students with invaluable opportunities to develop leadership, communication, customer service, public speaking and networking skills and can be used toward a minor in Leadership or for one’s official service record. 

 

Green & Gold Guides are often the first point of contact for students as they select their college/university by leading campus tours, describing their experiences as a USF Bull, coordinating and facilitating events, and working closely with USF Athletics in the recruitment of student athletes.

 

If you know a student who would be a great fit for this type of position, please encourage them to apply. Applications are available online at www.usf.edu/g3 and due Oct. 21. Or, if you’d like to recommend a student, email their information to g3@usf.edu and a current Green & Gold Guide will contact them.

 

After a student applies to become a member, they go through a group interview process in which they are placed into teams that work together at completing a variety of fun and interactive activities. USF staff from throughout the university community assist in the facilitation of these activities and the evaluation of applicants. If you are interested in assisting, please contact the advisor for the Green & Gold Guides, Jonathan Earnest: jearnest@usf.edu

 

Group Interviews will take place on Oct. 26 and 27 from 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Select applicants are invited to an individual interview with current guides. New guides are announced before the Thanksgiving break.

 

The Green & Gold Guides play an integral role in achieving the strategic initiatives of the University of South Florida. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions appreciates the continued support of its university partners in recruiting and selecting high quality students for this important leadership position.