Becoming an NHRI Counselor

FAQs about Becoming a Counselor:

Q: What year in school do you need to be to serve as a NHRI Counselor?

A: NHRI primarily seeks Freshman and Sophomore students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (with a few students from Nebraska Wesleyan). The purpose of selecting students early in their college career is to give them at least two years to develop a strong relationship with their Junior Counselor.

Q: What qualifications do you look for in a NHRI Counselor?
A: NHRI seeks outstanding leaders who have high human relations capital (the capacity to positively influence and develop relationships with others), allowing them to maximize the strengths of their Junior Counselor.

Q: How do I become a NHRI Counselor?
A: All interested students can attend an information session conducted by the NHRI Interviewers, Cassidy Taladay and Molli Hagge.  Cassidy & Molli will hold information sessions to inform prospective students about NHRI and the process of becoming a counselor, and will schedule interviews with interested students following each information session.  If you have any questions about NHRI selection, you can email Cassidy and Molli at nhrirecruitment@gmail.com.

Q: When can I become a NHRI Counselor? 
A: Informational sessions will be held starting the first full week of November.  For more information, contact Cassidy (pictured on left) at ctaladay@gmail.com or Molli (pictured on right) at mollihagge@gmail.com. 

                      

Scheduled Informational Sessions
DateTimeLocation
Monday, November 19th 2018 9:00 - 10:00 pm BURN 107
Sunday, December 2nd 2018 4:00 - 5:00 pm BURN 107
Monday, January 14th 2019 9:00 - 10:00 pm BURN 107
Thursday, January 17th 2019 8:00 - 9:00 pm BURN 107