Other Student Leadership Opportunities
Pioneer Leadership Development Program
In accordance with the academic and co-curricular mission of LIU Post, the Pioneer Leadership Development Program exists to provide students at LIU Post with the necessary tools and skills to be successful during their collegiate and professional experiences. For more information, please call 516-299-2800.
Hillwood Commons & Student Life & Leadership Development Staff
Hillwood Commons and the Student Life & Leadership Development Office hire students to work as student assistants, van drivers and building managers. For more information about job opportunities, please call 516-299-2800.
It Takes a Village
It Takes a Village is a student initiative where students help other students and the LIU Post Community by focusing on recruitment, retention, and fundraising.
Student Escorts serve in pairs to aid the campus community in the evening hours and offer a "safe walk" for students or faculty who need to be escorted to campus residence halls or parking lots. Please contact the Escort Office at 516-299-2200 for more information.
Orientation Leader (OL)
Orientation Leaders serve as mentors to new students by introducing them to the campus and helping to ease their transition at LIU Post. It is an excellent summer job and an exciting and challenging leadership opportunity. Please contact Student Life & Leadership Development for more information, at 516-299-2800.
Peer Mentors serve as personal guides for New Students and assist in the transition to college life through College 101 classes. The Peer Mentor program is open to upper class students only. Please contact 516-299-3057 for more information.
Experienced LIU Post students buddy-up with freshmen or transfer students to better acquaint them with “the ropes” of the campus. Enjoy coffee-talk, a night out, or just keeping your PAL company!
A Resident Assistant is the liaison between the Residence Life staff and the resident students. As an R.A. you are responsible for working with all students to promote an environment in your hall and on your floor that is conducive to academic achievement, social and personal growth, and the assumption of personal and group responsibilities. Please call Residence Life at 516-299-2326 for more information.