Leadership & Employment Opportunities

We have several paid and unpaid student leadership & employment opportunities here in CSLEPS.

CSLEPS Ambassadors (open)

Application closes on Friday, April 21st, 2017

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Primary Functions of Position

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is seeking students interested in the CSLEPS Ambassadors program. We want students who are engaged, passionate, and eager to work with our office to tackle social justice issues and strengthen their interests in leadership and service. Ambassadors will work alongside our CSLEPS interns by facilitating events, participating in service projects, and serving as representatives for the CSLEPS office.

Why Become an Ambassador?:

By becoming a part of the CSLEPS Ambassador Program, participants will gain the following skills and insights:

  • Find a community of passionate, driven, and like-minded individuals
  • Make the most out of your college career in a fun and thriving environment
  • Engage in experiences that will prepare you for future campus opportunities
  • Enhance your personal leadership, organizational, and public speaking skills
  • Make a positive difference on campus alongside a diverse group of student leaders
  • Develop and strengthen your professional network on campus and within the community
  • Be surrounded by student leaders and staff members who invest in your personal and professional growth

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • One office hour per week
  • Attend weekly Ambassador meetings
  • Recruit students to participate in CSLEPS opportunities
  • Contribute to discussions about how to address social justice issues in different contexts
  • Fulfill at least one CSLEPS tabling event per week (brickyard, talley student union, wolf plaza, etc)
  • Gather and collect engaging content (pictures, videos, student testimonials) for CSLEPS Social Media Intern to utilize
  • Serve as support for Leadership Development Series sessions (registration, speaker introduction, gather feedback material)
  • Assist Leaders for Change Interns in the coordination of service-learning projects, cultural initiatives, and leadership trainings
  • Participate in development opportunities (Ambassador Retreat and training, Leadership Development Series, Community Nights)
  • Serve as a professional and enthusiastic representative for the CSLEPS office at presentations, interest meetings, and tabling events
  • Support Leadership Development Series workshops, Habitat for Humanity Build-A-Block initiative, and other major CSLEPS programs

Qualifications

  • Passion for leadership and service
  • Creative, innovative, and openness to learning
  • Must be in good standing with the university
  • Being able to work with a diverse group of student leaders
  • Willingness to have ongoing commitment to CSLEPS activities
  • Must demonstrate high level of personal and professional character
  • Desire to engage in college or university activities outside of coursework
  • Devoted to continuous learning and development of personal leadership skills
  • Demonstrate initiative, responsibility, and the ability to follow-through on commitments

Additional Information:

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students.  Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for students to gain experience and growth in the following areas:

  • Civic and community engagement
  • Development of self-efficacy for leadership
  • Organizational planning, communication, and development
  • Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
  • Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
  • Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity

Graphic Designer (closed)

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Term: August 2017 – May 2018
Hours: approximately 5 hrs per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

The Graphic Designer will serve as a member of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. The CSLEPS Graphic Designer will work in partnership with the Marketing & Communication Student Coordinator to promote and market CSLEPS and its events to the student body.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Create dynamic graphics for the CSLEPS website, social media, and print materials to engage multiple audiences that include students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the community.
  • Participates in various stages of developing marketing programs and advertising materials to promote CSLEPS general office brand, as well as, CSLEPS events (Leaders for Change, leadership & service events, Alternative Service Break, etc)
  • Assists with marketing projects, specifically in graphic design
  • Assist with order of print marketing materials and submission of images to marketing outlets

Qualifications & Skills

  • Have demonstrated experience with graphic design, preferably around creating promotional materials; Photoshop and Illustrator knowledge is preferred
  • Have demonstrated experience using social media technologies and third-party tools to create, schedule, and deliver posts and content
  • Have demonstrated experience of developing content and updating website; WordPress experience preferred
  • Must be available to work approximate 5 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work while juggling several projects at once
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills and understand the value of tone and voice in creating content

Additional Information
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students. Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for student workers to gain experience and growth in the following areas:
– Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
– Development of self-efficacy for leadership
– Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
– Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
– Organizational planning, communication, and development

CSLEPS Service & Programming Summer Intern (closed)

Term: May 2017 – August 2017
Hours: 20 hours per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

This position will serve as a member of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within CSLEPS and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Planning, promoting, and implementing summer service projects for the summer students, staff, and faculty present at NC State.
  • Plan and implement the new Service & Volunteer Fair for Wolfpack Welcome Week. This involves coordinating with community organizations, nonprofits, service groups, and service-based student organizations, communicating expectations, working with Talley Student Union, and other campus stakeholders.
  • Work with university partners such as University Housing, UREC, New Student Programs, to plan general programming that engages summer students on topics of leadership, service, and social justice. The Goal is to have at minimum 3 CSLEPS Service Projects and Events Summer 2017
  • Support CSLEPS team with summer projects and initiatives

Qualifications & Skills

  • Well organized, enthusiastic, excellent written communication to partners and follow-up, prior event planning and programming experience preferred.
  • Must be available to work approximate 20 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Must be available to work the Service & Volunteer Fair for Wolfpack Welcome Week
  • Must be available to work events during Wolfpack Welcome Week (Open House & Packapalooza)
  • Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work while juggling several projects at once
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively

Additional Information
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students. Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for student workers to gain experience and growth in the following areas:
– Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
– Development of self-efficacy for leadership
– Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
– Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
– Organizational planning, communication, and development

Graphic Design & Marketing Summer Intern (closed)

 

Term: May 2017 – August 2017
Hours: 10 hours per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

This position will serve as a member of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within CSLEPS and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Create dynamic graphics and content for the CSLEPS website, social media, and print materials to engage multiple audiences that include students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the community.
  • Participates in various stages of developing marketing content and advertising materials to promote CSLEPS general office brand, as well as, CSLEPS events (Leaders for Change, leadership & service events, Alternative Service Break, etc)
  • Assist with order of print marketing materials and submission of images to marketing outlets
  • Manage CSLEPS social media accounts, responding to inquiries promptly and posting regularly (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter)
  • Assist with updating website content and design

    Qualifications & Skills
  • Have demonstrated experience with graphic design, preferably around creating promotional materials; Photoshop and Illustrator knowledge is preferred
  • Have demonstrated experience using social media technologies to create, schedule, and deliver posts and content
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills and understand the value of tone and voice in creating content
  • Have demonstrated experience of developing content and updating website; WordPress experience preferred
  • Must be available to work approximate 10 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work while juggling several projects at once
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively

Additional Information
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students. Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for student workers to gain experience and growth in the following areas:
– Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
– Development of self-efficacy for leadership
– Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
– Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
– Organizational planning, communication, and development

Leaders for Change Interns – 3 positions (closed)

 

Term: August 2017 – May 2018
Hours: 10/hrs per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

Individuals who show strong character and who are passionate about service and leadership will be representatives for our center, will be responsible for planning and executing several service-learning projects, and will assist in office management and operational duties.  Help us make CSLEPS’ vision a reality – “We envision fearless leaders who transform communities and forge a socially just world for all people.”

Duties & Responsibilities

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for creating and leading two high-impact projects/initiatives/events that embody the value of leadership, service, responsible citizenship, and ethics.  These projects should address communities’ needs through education, leadership, and service (example areas for impact could be: gender issues, cultural competency, hunger & homelessness, global health, disaster relief, etc).  Each project should include the following components: education, empowerment, and opportunities for further engagement.  Projects should be researched, well prepared and impactful.
  • As an intern team, support the implementation of other interns’ high-impact projects/initiatives
  • Promote leaders for change initiatives across campus striving for a diverse audience.
  • Engage campus and community partners in the development and/or executive of projects.
  • Attend meetings with supervisor and intern team

Secondary responsibilities:

  • Develop and facilitate team-building and leadership trainings for ambassadors and other audiences as needed
  • Maintain a sense of community within the CSLEPS office
  • Provide support for existing and ongoing CSLEPS initiatives that have been implemented
  • Maintain and establish relationships with CSLEPS community partners (i.e. presenting/collaborating with other offices/organizations such as Student Government, Student Centers Board of Directors, Student Involvement and more)
  • Any other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Current student in good standing with the university
  • Must be available to work approximately 10 hours per week, including select evening and weekend availability to assist with service projects
  • Creative, innovative, and have desire to learn and to willingness to develop leadership ability
  • Demonstrated passion for leadership and service
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Desire to work with a diverse team of student leaders
  • Must demonstrate high level of personal and professional character and be dedicated to delivering more than what is asked
  • Previous experience participating in CSLEPS programs and initiatives is preferred

Additional Information

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students.  Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for students to gain experience and growth in the following areas:

  • Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
  • Development of self-efficacy for leadership
  • Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
  • Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
  • Organizational planning, communication, and development
  • Civic and community engagement

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Leadership Development Student Coordinator (closed)

 

Term: August 2017 – May 2018
Hours: approximately 5 hrs per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position
The Leadership Development Student Coordinator will serve as a member of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff. The Leadership Development Student Coordinator will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within CSLEPS and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders.

Duties & Responsibilities

-Create and coordinate a workshop series to address current leadership issues and topics (e.g. lunchtime leadership series), coordination efforts may include researching best practices, booking space, scheduling facilitators, marketing the event, developing training materials, pre and post event communication with participants, etc
– Work in partnership with the Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator to promote leadership development programs to increase reach and attendance
– Assist in the development and expansion of student leadership development programs by researching peer programs, coordinating with campus partners, organizing focus groups, and providing feedback and support for existing and new programs
– Customer service within CSLEPS office suite as the front-line representative


Qualifications & Skills

– Current undergraduate student in good standing; only undergraduate students will be considered
– Must be available to work approximate 5 hours per week during M-F 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
– Passion for leadership and service; Commitment to actively engage in dialogue about current issues leaders are facing
– Enthusiastically and professionally engage with students, families, staff, faculty, and community partners
– Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
– Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively
– Previous experience participating in CSLEPS programs and initiatives is preferred

Additional Information
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students. Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for student workers to gain experience and growth in the following areas:
– Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
– Development of self-efficacy for leadership
– Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
– Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
– Organizational planning, communication, and development

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CSLEPS Engagement Summer Intern (closed)

Term: May 2017 – August 2017
Hours: 20 hours per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

This position will serve as a member of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within CSLEPS and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for staffing and scheduling summer CSLEPS Ambassadors for the campus resource fair for Summer Orientation Sessions
  • Developing the CSLEPS Orientation Presentation
  • Scheduling and Co-Presenting with CSLEPS Staff Member to incoming students and parents during summer orientation sessions
  • Plan, advertise, and execute the CSLEPS Open House as part of Wolfpack Welcome Week and Organizing the CSLEPS Booth at Packapalooza’17
  • Plan and Lead CSLEPS Summer Ambassador meetings and trainings
  • Support CSLEPS team with summer projects and initiatives

Qualifications & Skills

  • Well organized, enthusiastic, engaging public speaking and presentation skills
  • Scheduling Requirements: Must be available between M-F 10:50am-2:30pm for Orientation Sessions, all other hours will be scheduled between 8:30pm – 5:00pm
  • Must be available to work approximate 20 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Must be available to work events during Wolfpack Welcome Week (Open House & Packapalooza)
  • Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work while juggling several projects at once
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively

Additional Information
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students. Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for student workers to gain experience and growth in the following areas:
– Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
– Development of self-efficacy for leadership
– Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
– Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
– Organizational planning, communication, and development

LeaderShape Institute On-Site Coordinators – 2 positions (closed)

Application closed on Monday, October 24th, 2016 at 8:00 a.m.  We plan to rehire these positions in Fall 2017. 

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Eligibility Requirements

  • All applicants must be graduates of the LeaderShape® Institute
  • All applicants must meet NC State regulation 11.55.07 on Student Leadership.  Read more at: http://policies.ncsu.edu/regulation/reg-11-55-07
  • Preference will be given to applicants who will be returning as full-time students at NC State during the 2017-2018 academic year

Position Description

The On-Site Coordinator (OSC) serves as an important member of the LeaderShape® Institute faculty, carrying out crucial logistical and conference management tasks during the session.  They work in partnership with the Program Coordinator throughout the year with recruitment of participants, fundraising, and logistical aspects of the program. The OSC serves alongside the Co-Leads, Cluster Facilitators, and Program Coordinator to ensure the success of the LeaderShape® Institute and is responsible for organizing the materials for both faculty and participants.  This position provides the opportunity for LeaderShape® graduates who are passionate about the LeaderShape® to further their involvement in the program as a member of the faculty.  

Major Role & Responsibilities

  • Assist the Program Coordinator with logistics and planning for the LeaderShape® Institute
  • Assist the Program Coordinator with fundraising and presentations to various campus entities
  • Assist the Program Coordinator with participant recruitment
  • Serve as a faculty member during the LeaderShape® Institute
  • Participate in faculty training and all faculty meetings
  • Work in collaboration with the Leads and Cluster Facilitators to ensure a successful LeaderShape® Institute
  • Organize all LeaderShape® supplies (both those provided by LeaderShape® and by NC State)
  • Follow the OSC to-do list to ensure that all tasks are done on time and with high attention to detail
  • Serve as a resource for Leads and Cluster Facilitators on campus climate and culture
  • Set up the Learning Community as needed by the Lead Facilitators
  • Serve as an on-site emergency contact for participants
  • Be thinking and acting one step ahead of the faculty and curriculum in terms of preparation and readiness
  • Be accountable to the Co-Lead Facilitators regarding training and curriculum of the LeaderShape® Institute
  • Be accountable to the Program Coordinator regarding training and curriculum of the LeaderShape® Institute
  • Serve as a role model for participants on what it means to lead with integrity
  • Be available the week following the Institute to assist with program wrap-up and follow through

Time Requirement

  • Must attend Institute 5/15/17 to 5/21/2017;
  • Bi-weekly team meetings during Fall 2016 semester;  
  • Starting in January 2017, Monthly and bi-weekly team meetings;
  • LeaderShape®  Institute preparation with Program Coordinator during student organization visits (to promote LeaderShape® and request financial assistance);
  • 4-5 orientation meetings in April 2017;
  • Cluster Facilitator preparation meeting prior to leaving for The Institute.

Desired Skills & Characteristics

A successful On-Site Coordinator will be a role model; lead with integrity™ at all times; be pro-active, not reactive; have high attention to details; work cooperatively on a team; be able to think and plan one step ahead of the facilitators and curriculum at all times; have strong administrative and critical thinking skills; be able to relate to a variety of personality styles; have an understanding of their role as a facilitator; be well connected on campus and have knowledge of resources; be consistent in his/her job performance throughout the LeaderShape® Institute; have a healthy disregard for the impossible; be ready and confident to manage a variety of situations

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CSLEPS Work Study Position (closed)

Looking for an on-campus position? Passionate about service and leadership? This is a great opportunity for students to further their professional growth while connecting core concepts of our office to their academic and social commitments.

To review the application and apply online, please visit our application link. To learn more about Financial Aid/Work Study FAQs, please visit the Work Study page through the Office of Financial Aid. To view this posting through the Work Study page and discover other positions, please log into MyPack Portal and select “CSLEPS” under employment. Our position is the first job listed.

Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator (closed)

Application will close on Monday, August 29th at 8:00 a.m.  We plan to re-hire this position for Spring 2018. 

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Term: September 12, 2016 – May 19, 2017
Hours: approximately 5 hrs per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

The Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator will serve as a member of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed.  This position will also assist with program coordination and development within CSLEPS and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Create dynamic content for the CSLEPS website and social media accounts to engage multiple audiences that include students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the community.
  • Develop and create an“Alumni & Friends” newsletter that will be distributed twice semesterly, and once during the summer.
  • Develop language and content to be included in the CSLEPS Newsletter
  • Responsible for promptly responding to message through social media accounts and the general CSLEPS-Office email account
  • Utilize Constant Contact to create email marketing campaigns to effectively engage newsletter subscribers
  • Reliable when meeting deadlines and expectations

Qualifications & Skills

  • Have demonstrated experience using social media technologies and third-party tools  to create, schedule, and deliver posts and content
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills and understand the value of tone and voice in creating content
  • Have demonstrated experience of developing content and updating website; wordpress experience preferred
  • Students with design experience in Photoshop and Illustrator are also preferred, but not required
  • Current undergraduate student in good standing; only undergraduate students will be considered
  • Must be available to work approximate 5 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Passion for leadership and service; Commitment to actively engage in dialogue about current issues leaders are facing
  • Enthusiastically and professionally engage with students, families, staff, faculty, and community partners
  • Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively

Additional Information
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students. Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for student workers to gain experience and growth in the following areas:
– Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
– Development of self-efficacy for leadership
– Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
– Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
– Organizational planning, communication, and development

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CSLEPS Ambassador Student Coordinator (closed)

Application closed on Thursday, March 16 at 8:00 a.m.

Term: March 2017 – May 2018 (summer term optional)
Hours: 5-10 hrs per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Primary Functions of Position

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is seeking a student interested in coordinating the office’s student Ambassador program. The ideal student for this position is detail-oriented, passionate, and eager to work with our office to coordinate and enhance the student ambassador program. This student will work alongside our CSLEPS graduate assistant for the remainder of the 2016-2017 academic year to develop ambassador materials, and recruit and hire student ambassadors. The student coordinator will then work with the office’s Associate Director throughout the 2017-2018 academic year to coordinate ambassador’s involvement in office programs and arrange logistics around professional development opportunities.

Why become an Ambassador Coordinator?

By becoming a part of the CSLEPS Ambassador Program, this student will gain the following skills and insights:

  • Experience with recruitment and marketing
  • Communication, leadership, creativity, public speaking, and organizational skills
  • Ability to work both as a member of a team and autonomously
  • Ability to think creatively and critically about the role students play in the office’s initiatives
  • Support undergraduate students and find a community of passionate, driven, and like-minded individuals
  • Make the most out of your college career in a fun and thriving environment
  • Engage in experiences that will prepare you for future campus opportunities
  • Enhance your personal leadership, organizational, and public speaking skills
  • Make a positive difference on campus alongside a diverse group of student leaders
  • Develop and strengthen your professional network on campus and within the community
  • Be surrounded by student leaders and staff members who invest in your personal and professional growth

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Plan and lead weekly/biweekly ambassador meetings
  • Responsible for the recruitment, selection, and training of student ambassadors for academic year
  • Plan training and on-boarding retreat and training for CSLEPS Ambassadors
  • Coordinate and manage ambassador coverage for LDS workshops, office hours, and tabling events. Ensure ambassadors have needed materials, information, and are well-prepared for workshops, office hours, tabling, and other office initiatives
  • Coordinate professional development opportunities for students in conjunction with office staff and/or campus partners  (resume, cover letter, multicultural awareness, strengthsquest)
  • Serve as liaison between student ambassadors and CSLEPS staff
  • Support student ambassadors to meet both, CSLEPS office expectations, as well as their own
  • Track results of ambassador program and assess outcomes for future improvements

Qualifications

  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Passion for leadership and service
  • Creative, innovative, and openness to learning
  • Must be in good standing with the university
  • Being able to work with a diverse group of student leaders
  • Organized and keen attention to detail
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Willingness to have ongoing commitment to CSLEPS activities
  • Must demonstrate high level of personal and professional character
  • Devoted to continuous learning and development of personal leadership skills
  • Demonstrate initiative, responsibility, and the ability to follow-through on commitments
  • Preference will be given to students who have participated in CSLEPS programs

Additional Information

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students.  Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for students to gain experience and growth in the following areas:

  • Civic and community engagement
  • Development of self-efficacy for leadership
  • Organizational planning, communication, and development
  • Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
  • Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
  • Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity