Peer Leaders

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Peer Leaders are a diverse and energetic group of students who are selected to represent Fox Valley Technical College as a knowledgeable resource for current and prospective students. They are positive role models who build awareness of college services and programs, connect new students to the college community, and support student growth.

Peer Leaders provide campus tours and participate in a wide variety of campus events, including Open House, College Preview Nights, Campus Visit Days, Welcome Days, and New Student Registrations. They work closely with college faculty and staff to provide general and program-specific information to visitors and current students. Peer Leaders also assist students with admissions, registration, schedule planning, organization, and use of MyFVTC and Blackboard.

Apply to be a peer leader here

Why Become a Peer Leader?

  • Gain valuable leadership skills 
  • Earn $12 per hour (Work Study eligible)
  • Share your knowledge, experience, and perspective to help fellow students succeed 
  • Get involved in college life beyond the classroom 
  • Support the growth and achievements of your peers 
  • Build your resume and develop lasting, professional relationships 
  • Take advantage of early enrollment with priority enrollment dates each semester
  • Work flexible hours on the campus of your choice (Appleton or Oshkosh)
jagpreet bhant

Jagpreet B.

Legal Studies/Paralegal Student

You get to develop your capacity for applying new knowledge, your self-assurance, and your communication abilities. What matters most to me is that you get to meet new people and develop a strong sense of professionalism

levi stenberg

Levi S.

Nursing Student

The flexibility of the schedule is absolutely amazing! They’re always happy to work around my classes and schedule! It’s so nice to have such a flexible job right on campus.

kaitlin feest

Kaitlin F.

Substance Use Disorder Counseling Student

What I enjoy most about being a Peer Leader is getting to meet new students and helping others who are still looking for what they would like to come to school for.

Questions? Contact us. 

Email: Admissions Center
Phone: 920-735-4740