Under the general direction of the Director of Student Life and Civic Engagement, the Student Leadership and Engagement Coordinator is responsible for advising the Associated Student Government and assisting with the management of Student Clubs and Organizations. This position is responsible for student engagement and management of student projects, initiatives, and advising of regular and special meetings. The position organizes and advises the Finance Council and annual coordination of student fee budget process including collaborative work with the Athletics finance council and co-curricular programs. The position has general oversight of Barney's Food Pantry and engages students in campus and community service projects. This student-centered position is responsible for supporting the mission of the Office of Student Life and Civic Engagement and the strategic plans of department stakeholders. Work also includes other duties as assigned by the director. Occasional late night and weekend work is required.
1. Serve as the advisor to the Associated Student Government including the coordination, oversight, and facilitation of student projects, initiatives, and management of student leaders. 2. Assist with the coordination of clubs/organizations and ongoing development of projects, events, and retention of members. 3. Manage and advise the student fee budget process and financial council on an annual basis. 4. General oversight of Barney's Food Pantry and continued development of food insecurity programs and fundraising efforts. 5. Participate in working with local leaders, State legislators and other stakeholders to inform, advocate for, and advance, student-centered programs in higher education. 6. Oversight of Service Learning projects and Civic Engagement on campus and in the community. 7. Assist with the training of student leaders at the college. 8. Collaborate and create strong ties with local high school leadership programs including the development of a recruitment program for incoming freshman. 9. Develop a summer leadership conference for high school and college leaders. 10. Oversight of weekly agendas, approval of minutes, and management of weekly office hours for student leaders. 11. Regular communication and development with co-curricular programs on campus including work with Rho Theta Honor Society, Forensics Debate Team, The Advocate Student Publication, Campus Radio Station and Campus Literary Publication.
1. Assists the supervisor with various leadership programs and activities. 2. Performs all other related duties as assigned.
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