Newcomb-Tulane College offers a wealth of opportunities to gain leadership skills and work in meaningful positions within the College.
Most units within the College provide paid internship opportunities to students with a variety of interests and abilities. Academic Programs, Marketing & Communications, Advising and Career, the Center for Global Education and more.
Connects current students to new international students during their first semester to ease the transition of international students so that they may succeed personally, socially and academically.
This program allows upper-class students to serve as mentors to first-year students in a classroom setting. They play a crucial role in helping first-year students transition to the academic and social communities on campus.
Peer educators are students that excel academically and foster success outside the classroom by providing academic support to their peers.
PSLs are students whose role is to provide support and encouragement to their peers as they navigate the challenges associated with college.
Undergraduate Teaching Fellows are Honors students who serve as teaching assistants to faculty members teaching the required Colloquium 1030 course, "The Quest for Answers." In these positions, these students are able to offer valuable guidance and perspectives to the instructors and to the first-year students, having taken the Colloquium during their freshman coursework.
The ISAB advises on international student needs and concerns, participates in the development of new initiatives and interacts with the wider University community to raise the visibility of international students. Board members will provide feedback for programming and the overall experience of being a student at Tulane.
The Conversation Partner Program pairs an international student with an American student or fluent English speaker to allow them to practice their English in casual, conversational setting and to help them adjust to life here at Tulane.