L. Erin Noel

L. Erin Noel

Education

Education

Resume, Philosophy, & Reference

Work History

Work History
Aug 2010 - Present

Residential Learning Communities and Residence Life Intern

Appalachian State University- University Housing

General Residence Life Assignments

  • Serving as a member of the Residence Life team by attending staff meetings, working at admission and recruitment receptions, assisting with the Resident Advisor interview process, answering parent residential learning communities questions, and serving on departmental committees
  • Gaining conduct experience by reviewing housing policies and hearing housing contract violations
  • Producing the weekly housing newsletter for all on-campus students with the Director of University Housing
  • Co-teaching the RA development course during the spring of 2011
  • Developing a residence hall program with a current Resident Director
  • Serving as a member on the Sisterhood Experience RLC Leadership team
  • Reviewing the RLC website and Leadership Team Manual for edits, improvements, and updates

Student- Initiated Residential Learning Communities Assignments

  • Researched existing national student-initiated living-learning community programs and created a database with differences and similarities
  • Created an application packet, program guidelines, leadership manual, program timeline, and marketing materials for the new Student-Initiated Residential Learning Communities Program to be launched in Fall 2011
  • Interviewed and selected 12 Student Coordinators for the six new Fall 2011 communities
  • Advised Student Coordinators how to develop their communities and create a plan to assess the accountability of coordinators and participants
  • Planning and organizing four leadership workshops for Student Coordinators. Topics will include marketing, collaboration on campus, leadership skills, and community development
  • Working with central housing staff to assign halls and rooms for the Student Coordinators and members of the Fall 2011 communities
May 2010 - Aug 2010

ACUHO-I Summer Intern- Conference/ Pre-College Resident Director

The Pratt Insitute- Office of Residential Life
  • Gained supervision skills by training, scheduling, and supervising an RA staff of 12. This included meeting bi-weekly with RA's and scheduling staff meetings
  • Built a welcoming and successful community among students and staff while mediating roommate conflicts and enforcing existing residential life policies
  • Coordinated the administration of conference programs. This included, but was not limited to contacting conference leaders about parking needs, roommate pairings, check in and checkout procedures, and attendee needs
  • Created a mission, goals, and a 5 year plan of action for the new Pratt Institute living-learning community focused on community service

Assessment Paper & Presentation

Strategic and Assessment Plans

Skills

Skills

InDesign

Adobe Photoshop

Microsoft Publisher

Affiliations