Olivia Flores

(she/her/hers)

Pre-Education Advisor & Graduate Programs Advisor, Education & Leadership

503-838-8675 | floreso@wou.edu
RWEC 164

Why I chose WOU

I attended WOU for my undergraduate degree and loved my experienced. So when I had the opportunity to work here I took that chance. I love that at Western you can really get to know the students that you work with.

At WOU since

01/02/2019

Hobbies

Reading, tennis, camping, travel, gardening, coffee drinking

Fun fact

I love all things stationary. Notebooks, washi tape, pens & and other office supplies are the best!

Hometown

Grants Pass, OR

Areas of responsibility

Pre-Education Advisor

I get the pleasure of advising students who are Pre-Education majors, primarily those who are Freshman and Sophomores. I work with these students to help them be empowered to take control of their learning and take advantage of all the things that WOU has to offer. I meet with the students once a term to help them plan out their classes and answer any questions they may have. Along with this, I guide these students through the process of applying to our Professional Teaching Licensure Program. 

Graduate Programs Advisor 

Another role that I have at WOU is that I also have the privilege of working as an education graduate advisor. What that means is that I help inquiring graduate students learn about the various graduate programs that WOU has to offer in the field of education. I work with students to help them choose which program is best for them, along with guiding them through the application process. 

Need to schedule an appointment? Please do so by following this link- www.calendly.com/wouflores

Education

Western Oregon University

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood / Elementary Education with Honors

Professional experience

During my time at Western Oregon Univeristy I worked within the Student Health and Couseling center as a Peer Mentor and later a Peer Mentor Leader. Through this I was able to callaborate and advise college students on the seven wellness realms and how to be successful while in college. 

I have experience working within the education field as a substitue teacher for Salem-Keizer school district. 

Awards and honors

Western Oregon University Honors Program Graduate (2018)

Peer Mentor of the Year (2016)

Professional memberships

National Society of Leadership and Success

National Education Association

Oregon Education Association




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