H4 Counselor Information
Important note from the Honors College at WKU:
Applications for Directional Leaders and Counselors for H4 2013 will be available January 22, 2013!
Please note that an interview session with Honors College H4 staff is included in the application process. Along with the online application and recommendation, applicants will also participate in a short 10-15 minute interview. Dates and times for interviews will be released with the application. These interviews are mandatory for your application process.
Counselors at H4 have the unique opportunity to foster a relationship with incoming Honors freshmen. These bonds hold for the length of both students’ tenure at WKU and beyond.
Whether you have been a counselor multiple times, are a former H4 participant, or are completely new to H4, we encourage you to apply!
Benefits of being a counselor include:
- A leadership activity to place on your resume;
- Moving into your residence hall earlier;
- Meeting the incoming Honors class and becoming more involved in the Honors community;
- Multiple T-shirts, backpacks, water bottles, and other Honors College gear;
- Meals prepared by Deer Run’s highly regarded chef; and
- Transportation to and from the camp as well as lodging at Deer Run.
- This individual will be assigned 4-5 incoming freshman and mentor them throughout the H4 experience.
- Counselors are expected to actively participate throughout the camp process and represent the Honors College at WKU in a professional manner.
- This individual will lead one of the four teams at H4.
- Each directional leader will spearhead the plans and execution of one of four activities: Skit, Showcase, Bonfire, or Capture the Red Towel.
- This individual will also be assigned 4-5 incoming freshman and mentor them throughout the H4 experience.
- Directional Leaders are expected to actively participate throughout the camp process and represent the Honors College at WKU in a professional manner.