You Could Be A Redsuit  

2022 WELCOME WEEK REP APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS DUE february 27 @ 11:59 PM

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ABOUT THE TEAM

WHAT IS A WELCOME WEEK REP?

Welcome Week reps are a passionate group of ~150 students in the Faculty of Engineering who welcome the new generation of students in Comp Sci, iBioMed, B.Tech., and Engineering to the Mac Eng family.

IS REDSUITS FOR ME?

Are you passionate about helping first year students with their transition to University? Do you love Welcome Week and want to be a part of it? Then you should try out to be a Redsuit! We strongly encourage anyone and everyone to apply! :)

INFORMATION SESSIONS

HOW CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ROLE & APPLICATION PROCESS?

If you're interested in learning more about the role, be sure to come out to one of the information sessions! These sessions will go into detail about what the role entails as well as the details about the application process and important dates. 

 

The information sessions will take place on MS Teams on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, February 1st @ 6:30 - 7:30 PM (EST)

  • Friday, February 4th @ 5:30 - 6:30 PM (EST)

If you're not able to make it to one of the presentations, don't sweat it! A recording will be posted on this webpage at 7:00 PM (EST) following the second session on February 4th.

GOT QUESTIONS?

APPLY HERE!

ADDITIONAL LINKS

MEET YOUR CO-ORIENTATION COORDINATORS

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SALMA
"COUGH IT UP!" 
ABDELRAHMAN

Chemical & Bioengineering, Level IV

SOPHIE
"PARENTAL INKVESTIGATION"
CIARDULLO
Computer, Level V

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The Co-Orientation Coordinators (or Co-OCs) are the two fearless leaders of the Redsuit team, as well as the lead planners of each year’s Welcome Week from the Faculty of Engineering. They are responsible for selecting the Orientation Committee and for facilitating the Redsuit tryout process. By working with the Faculty of Engineering, the Student Success Centre, and a variety of other partners on and off campus, the Co-OCs ensure that Welcome Week is a rewarding experience for all involved.

The Co-OCs are your go-to people for any and all questions or concerns about Welcome Week! You can reach Salma & Sophie at coocs@macengsociety.ca.

THE TRYOUT PROCESS

important dates:

The tryout process consists of three main components:

  • Written application (Due February 27)

  • Group tryout (March 11/12/13)

  • Individual interview (Immediately after your tryout)

QUALIFICATIONS & TASKS TO COMPLETE:

Here is everything you need in order to be considered for the 2022 Welcome Week Rep Team:

           Be an undergraduate student at McMaster University that will be graduating no earlier than the Fall 2022 term

           

           Sign-up for one 20-minute tryout slot with a group of 4-6 other applicants (5 minute group component, followed by individual interviews)

           

           Complete the Word Document Application

           Complete the Online Application (Google Form) with the same answers as the Word Document (DUE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27th at

           11:59PM)

           Depending on your chosen format, your tryout will either be held in a lecture hall on campus or through the MS Teams channel! Further

           instructions will be sent to you via email after the application deadline.

Note: If your group wants to submit a pre-recorded video for your tryout, please refer to the FAQ for instructions on how to submit.

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MEET COMMITTEE

The Orientation Committee is a group of experienced upper-year Redsuits who take part in the planning of each year’s Welcome Week. The “Committee” is responsible for the selection of the Redsuit team, and organizes the individual events and initiatives for the brand new group of first year students that join the community each year. Committee is selected each year by the Co-Orientation Coordinators after submitting an application and going through an interview process.

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AMY

“CHILDISH DESIRES”

HALL

 

 

Mechanical & iBioMed, II

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ANGELA

“SHARK BAIT”

TOLLIS

Mechanical & Society, III

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CHRISTINA

“ARTICHOKED”

NEGUS

Engineering Physics & iBioMed, III

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ELEANOR

“HARNASS

GOUGH

Mechanical & Society, III

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EMMA

“HIPS DO LIE”

ROBINSON

 

Electrical & Society, V

KARUKA

“PROM-POSER”

KHURANA

Software & iBioMed, III

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KRISTINE

"CANOE PULLOVER?”

UCHENDU

Software & iBioMed, III

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mack

“camp counsoiler” wallhouse

 

Civil & Mgmt, IV

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maria

“class clout” koutlemanis

 

Automotive & Vehicle Engineering Technology, IV.A

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minha

“close encounter" 

amir

Engineering Physics & iBioMed, IV

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NIK

“HIDE AND GO PEE”

BENNETT

Mechanical & Society, IV

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SAMI

"SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS"

DIMAURO

Mechanical & Society, IV

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sheel

“say it aint snow”

ayachi

Chemical & Bioengineering, II

GOT QUESTIONS?

CONTACT US!

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email coocs@macengsociety.ca