Being a Lunch Host is a wonderful opportunity to share your experiences at Lewis and Clark with prospective students. As such, it is not necessary to have previous experience to be a good host; your job is to help visiting students get a feel for the campus community by answering their questions over lunch.
We’re currently accepting applicants!!! Apply here and become one step closer to becoming a lunch host :D
Lunch hosts host students one to two days per week, having one primary day and one secondary day. Hosts pick up visiting students at 11:45 am or 12:30 pm at the Frank Manor House on their designated days of the week.
Hosts assist students in navigating the dining hall and learning about meal options. Throughout lunch, hosts should encourage students to ask about student life at L&C, academic experiences, and campus opportunities.
If hosts are unavailable on their assigned day, it is their responsibility to find replacement hosts.
Hosts may be asked to host students for open houses and special admissions events.
IMPORTANT! At the beginning of the semester, ALL lunch hosts must attend a mandatory training meeting - date TBD.
Compensation for lunch hosting will be a meal ticket each time you are scheduled to host.
Selection is based on demonstrated interest, schedule availability, and verified academic good standing.
Applications are now open and can be found at the top of this page. A 15-minute interview will also be required for all new lunch hosts.
If you have any questions, contact the Senior Assistant Dean of Admissions Serena Frisina at firstname.lastname@example.org, the Lunch Host Fellow (Brian) at email@example.com, or the Admissions Fellows at firstname.lastname@example.org.