POP Leaders at Albright – Albright College

POP Leaders at Albright


What is a POP?

A POP is a Peer Orientation Person, tasked with guiding a group of First Year students through summer on-boarding, Welcome Weekend, and throughout their first year on campus.  Each FY student has 2 POP mentors that lead their group and are essential resources to help all students transition to Albright and find their home within our community.


Who leads the POPs?

All POPs are hired, trained, and guided by the Steering Committee which is made up of 8 Student Leaders, and the office of OSIL.  Meet this past year’s 2023 SC…

From Left to Right:

Aliyah Crawford, Class of 2024

Libni Rivera, Class of 2023

Taisha Charles, Class of 2024

Siani Justice-Smith, Class of 2024

Sierra Chandler, Class of 2024

Mary Quinn, Class of 2024

Adrian Lopez, Class of 2024

(underneath) Ethan Karel, Class of 2024








What is Expected of the POPs?

POPs are expected to participate in a Spring training event, attend the Summer Foundations Days in June to meet their group members, attend August POP training days, and lead Welcome Weekend.  Their charge is to hone their mentorship skills to better assist all incoming students in their transition to Albright. POPs are expected to maintain their mentorship role throughout their mentees first full year.


Who can be a POP?

You can apply to be a POP if you are a rising Sophomore, Junior, or Senior in good judicial standing with the school, and with a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Applications open each year in January