LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Matriculate has multiple roles for students interested in leadership: Head Advising Fellows, Advising Fellow Leadership Team members, and National Advising Fellow Leadership Team members, as well as part-time school year and summer internships. As a Matriculate leader, you have the opportunity to shape Matriculate’s growth at a national level by creating a strong fellowship community; gaining leadership, organizational, and interpersonal skills; and joining a dynamic network of student leaders across all of Matriculate’s fellowships.

HOW TO
APPLY?

Matriculate’s leadership application will open in February 2024! We use a single application for all of our leadership positions and will review and interview applicants on a rolling basis.

Questions in the meantime?
  • Check out our Leadership FAQ here.
  • Email jburke@matriculate.org with the subject line “Advising Fellow Leadership Inquiry.”
  • Check out the application details and position descriptions on this page.
 

We’d love to connect with you further and see you apply for leadership!

Head Advising Fellow

Head Advising Fellow positions are open to current college first-year, sophomores, and juniors who are fully enrolled in one of Matriculate’s partner campuses.

Head Advising Fellows will:

– Develop and implement recruitment for a new class of Advising Fellows
– Successfully complete extensive leadership training
– Support two High School Fellows in their college search and journey
– Lead and guide Advising Fellows through their roles providing management, leadership, and peer guidance
– Ensure program quality through effective communication and 1:1 mentorship with Matriculate staff
– Collaborate with the Advising Fellow Leadership Team to create a strong and inclusive fellowship community

Interested in learning more?

Advising Fellow Leadership Team

Advising Fellow Leadership Team positions are open to current college students of all class years who are fully enrolled in one of Matriculate’s partner campuses.

Advising Fellow Leadership Team members will:

– Implement recruitment strategies for a new class of Advising Fellows
– Successfully complete leadership training
– Guide Advising Fellows through the application, selection, and training process up through their pairing with High School Fellows
– Collaborate with Head Advising Fellows and other Advising Fellow Leadership Team members  to create a strong and inclusive fellowship community
– Ensure program quality by providing feedback and resources

National Advising Fellow Leadership Team

NAFLT positions are open to all students who are current college sophomores, juniors, and seniors fully enrolled in one of Matriculate’s partner campuses.
To join the NAFLT, you must have held a prior leadership role (AFLT, HAF, and/or AFC) with Matriculate.

NAFLT members will:

– Provide peer management and recruitment support to incoming HAFs and AFLT
– Successfully complete extensive leadership training
– Support Head Advising Fellows as they develop leadership, management, organizational, and interpersonal skills through 1:1 mentorship
– Shape Matriculate’s national growth and innovation by engaging in-program design projects and providing consistent program feedback
– Join a collaborative and dynamic team of experienced Matriculate leaders
– Develop meaningful management, program design, and leadership skills

Interested in learning more?

“I am so grateful to be a part of Notre Dame’s leadership team! I love working with my team members and I can safely say that this has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life to watch a program that I love so much grow the way that it did on our campus. I look forward to seeing how Notre Dame’s fellowship evolves as time goes on.”

– Jordan at Notre Dame, AFLT

“I am able to better identify when I can work to solve something myself, or when I need to reach out for support and ask for help. I’m better equipped to try out different tools and techniques over time and realize what works for me and what doesn’t.”

– Dylan at Yale, NAFLT

“I have really leaned on being feedback-oriented and reflecting on how I can be the best HAF I can be. I take in feedback and from staff. I really think that what we look for in all of our leadership roles is a potential and a willingness to learn. If you haven’t had that much experience working with complex management, that is totally okay! A big part of the HAF role is learning and growing. Don’t feel like you need to portray this perfect self!’

– Kaiz at Williams, HAF