The Office of Academic Support (OAS) offers UF students a variety of free resources and programs, but we also offer students volunteer opportunities. These positions allow students to increase their level of involvement with OAS, but also to develop professionalism and gain experience in various skills.
OAS Ambassadors is a student organization created to develop student’s leadership capabilities and understanding the benefits of maintaining a healthy balance between social and academics at the University of Florida. OAS Ambassadors are responsible for amplifying the message and goals of the OAS Office across the UF campus and serve as liaisons between OAS staff and UF students.
OAS Peer Coaches (PCs) are undergraduate student volunteers exclusively chosen to mentor and guide UF Promise and UF SSS students. They accomplish this goal by 1) meeting one-on-one with students to provide general advising, 2) supporting OAS-related engagements including academic and social events, 3) and communicating OAS goals, mission and vision, through internal and external campus involvement and activities.
The OAS Undergraduate Coordinators are central to the program in coordinating and executing signature special events and workshops, such as Connect, Meet UF, the Graduate School Prep Symposium, and the End of the Year Graduation Ceremony. Additionally, OAS Coordinators are expected to take on leadership roles and are actively supervising and mentoring the OAS Peer Coaches. OAS Coordinators also lead committees responsible for creating OAS workshops, on-campus social events, fundraisers, and program advertising. Coordinators are undergraduate UF students who have at least one year of mentoring experience and are available to work at least 10 hours per week. Work-study eligibility is preferred but not required.