Housing Leadership Institute 2019 Team Leader Application
What is the Housing Leadership Institute (HLI)?
The Residence Hall Association at UCF has developed a leadership institute that is created by students for students. Those who attend HLI's "Spy Academy" will be able to enjoy a week-long immersive leadership experience. The institute serves as a crash course on leadership and how to get involved on campus. It is also an excellent way to meet new people before the academic year starts. Throughout the five days of HLI, there will be fun programs, guest speakers, nightly entertainment, and delicious food for all participants. Different events will take place on different parts of campus so you can get to know campus before classes begin!
HLI will provide free breakfast, lunch, and dinner for all participants. Students are able to chose from a wide array of fun and entertaining leadership, social justice, self-care, and college readiness sessions that last throughout the day. In the evening, students attend dinner and a nighttime social program that feature fun activities like tie-dying or lip syncing. This gives students the opportunity to forge friendship that last throughout college.
What are the dates for HLI 2019?
HLI will begin on the night of Sunday, August 18th and end on Thursday, August 22nd.
When will I be notified?
Team Leads will be notified of their status on July 21st.
What will I do as a Team Leader?
In this role, you will be assigned to mentor a small, yet diverse, group of students during the five-day leadership institute as their "agency liaison." You will also be able to attend the programming sessions or present your own program if you should so choose. Light breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided on all full days of the program. Before the beginning of HLI you will required to attend a Team Lead Training Session. During this session, a meal will be provided to you. The dates for this training will take place on Sunday August 18th.
If you are living in an on campus community, you will be permitted to move in on August 18th. To avoid any early move in fees, you may have to serve as a Move In Ambassador.
For further information please reference the application here or email the HLI Co-Chairs by sending an email to
. NOTE: If you are a Resident Assistant for Fall 2019, serving in this role will require special approval from your supervisor as you would likely be unable to work early move in shifts in your assigned community.
First and last. This is what will be printed on your name tag.
Formerly known as PID.
Community for Fall 2019
If you are a RA, select "Resident Assistant"
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