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The First-Year Residential Experience (FYRE) seeks interested faculty AND STAFF to be FYRE Associates* for 2014-15! 

FYRE has been successful in recruiting more than half of the 48 FYRE Associates needed to expand to full-implementation next year. However, we still need applications!!

FYRE is an educational, community experience for first-year students with goals of easing first-year student transitions, providing opportunities for meaningful interactions with peers/faculty/staff, and supporting academic success through connection to the ICC themes. To accomplish this, FYRE depends on both Resident Assistants and FYRE Associates to serve as resources during first-year students’ transition to IC. The core role of the FYRE Associate role is to (1) develop connections with students through small group interactions, (2) plan six engaging [ICC] Theme Programs a year and, (3) partner with Residential Life staff (RAs) to facilitate these Theme Programs with students. For more information about FYRE, please visit

If you are interested in the FYRE Associate role – as either a full-time, salaried, Ithaca College faculty or staff member, please email (1) a letter of interest and (2) resume or CV to Dr. Jacqueline Robilotta, Assistant Director for Residential Education, at by Monday April 14th. For the FYRE Associate job description, or any questions, please also email Jacqueline.

If you are a student who would like to nominate an Ithaca College faculty or staff member – please email Jacqueline Robilotta at with a name and contact information!

 *Formerly “Faculty/Staff Associate”

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