Residential Peer Leader (RPL) 2015-2016 Recruitment & Selection Process
Thank you for your interest in a position within the Residential Peer Leader (RPL) program for the 2015-2016 academic year!
Serving as an RPL is a privilege that enriches and enhances the overall Brown undergraduate experience for a select group of students each year. RPLs receive specialized training in: advising and counseling, crisis management, diversity and personal identity issues, programming, and event planning among other areas. Our program’s team approach allows for students to build collaboration, communication, decision-making and problem-solving skills that can prove valuable in other settings here at Brown and beyond.
Students who wish to be selected to become RPLs must be rising sophomores, juniors or seniors in good academic and judicial standing. RPLs are REQUIRED to return to campus early in both Fall and Spring semesters in order to complete staff training. More details can be found in the RPL Job Description.
If you would like to learn more about the various positions that provide support in Brown’s residential communities, please review the information at the RPL Program link at left. More information about specific duties of RPLs and individual programs (CA, MPC, RC, WPC) can also be found in the RPL Job Description above. More information about the application timeline and links to the application and instructions are at left- please note that depending upon whether you are a new or returning RPL or whether you are applying for a Spring 2015 position or for the 2015-2016 academic year the timeline may differ.
If you have questions about the RPL application process or concerns about your specific application status, you may contact Aris Mantopoulos or Matt Gill, Community Directors. Questions about the MPC program and MPC application status may also be directed to Shane Lloyd, Assistant Director for First and Second Year Programs for the Third World Center.