Campus Leadership Positions
Student Leadership On Campus Employment Opportunities
There are different opportunities students can gain on campus, but one of the most rewarding are student leadership positions. While there may be other job positions on campus that have their benefits, the best thing about a student leadership position is that they can give you valuable experience you can use in and out of school. Just take a look at some of the many benefits you can get from obtaining a student leadership position on campus.
Benefits of Leadership
- Resume experience
- Meet new people
- Campus involvement
- Get paid for your leadership role
- Register for classes early
- Gain team-building skills
- Strengthen communication skills
- Understand and appreciate diversity
- Gain self-confidence
- Set professional and personal goals
- Gain professional references
- Extensive training
- Assist and help other students
- Serve as a resource for the community
It is important for students to develop personal skills and obtain valuable work experience that will assist their growth as leaders and as people. The Center for Leadership Development and Campus Connections has compiled the a list of campus student leadership employment opportunities. These positions provide training, part time hours, flexibility with classes, growth opportunities, and, of course, invaluable experience. Students who work on campus have demonstrated that they are likely to become more successful in college and after graduation when compared to those who do not.
General Campus Employment
Additional employment opportunities can be found through the Center for Career Services and Community-Based Learning .
We Are Hiring
Join our team and work or intern in the Center for Leadership Development and Campus Connections starting this fall! Work study is required for paid positions so it is recommended that students complete the FAFSA by March 1, 2014 and select the option for work study funds. You can still complete a job application below and be considered without work study funds, but there are very limited openings for these positions. All paid positions are $8.25 per hour and schedules are based on students availability.
The following positions are open:
Student Office Assistants - Office related tasks, hanging flyers, answering phones, copying, working with students, ticket sales, and completing excel lists as needed.
Graphic Design Student Assistant - Create flyers, infographics, brochures, and marketing materials for leadership related programs and events. Must be proficient in Adobe PS and IL (this can also be an internship or co-op for credits)
Student Leader - Present programs (Prezi's) to peer students on leadership development programs, conduct outreach to get students involved, facilitate round table discussions to support organizations, etc.
Student Affairs Internships and Practicum Positions - Openings are for graduate students and are designed to support hands on learning experiences through working in our office to apply knowledge from the classroom. Please contact email@example.com for more information and include an updated resume.
Direct all questions and send applications and a current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off your materials to CSI in SC Room 104 - Jill Ploskonka by March 31st, 2014