The Transfer Transition Program
Part of the Center for the First-Year Experience, the Transfer Transition Program was created in 2010 to support and improve the experience of transfer students at UW–Madison. We want every transfer student to have access to the resources they need for personal and academic success, to feel a sense of belonging, and to create their own unique Wisconsin Experience. We work towards this goal by shaping a campus environment that encourages and supports positive academic and social engagement. Whether you are preparing to transfer or have already enrolled at UW–Madison, the Transfer Transition Program can assist you in making the transition to becoming a UW student.
We are located at 101 Ingraham Hall, in the Center for the First-Year Experience office. You can reach us by phone at 608-890-4690, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Work with Us
Transfer Transition Intern
The Transfer Transition Intern helps hire, train, and lead the incoming group of Transfer Ambassadors, participates in the planning and execution of large-scale events like the Transfer Welcome Dinner, assists in managing the Transfer Transition Program’s social media accounts, helps with designing and producing promotional materials, and supports the Transfer Transition Program professional staff in their work.Applications for the Transfer Transition Intern typically open in late-September, and the interview process concludes in mid-November. Interns start in January and work through three semesters till May of the following year.
Transfer Ambassadors reach out to incoming transfer students at SOAR and throughout their first year on campus. They welcome students at SOAR, meet one-on-one with them during the semester, develop and produce weekly programming, represent the Transfer Transition Program at recruiting events and on panels, and generally support the Transfer Transition Program as needed.
Applications for the Transfer Ambassador team typically open in late November and the interview process takes place in January after the semester starts. Transfer Ambassadors participate in some training dates in late spring semester, work at transfer SOAR dates over the summer, and are employed throughout the next academic year.
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