This position provides advising and leadership development for the programming boards under Student Government. It also aids in the planning, marketing, execution, and assessment of Late Night and Weekend Programs.
Serve as a co-planner for Late Night and Weekend Events
Assist in the marketing plan for Welcome Week 2018 and Fall 2018/Spring 2019 events
Coordinate with other university departments, such as: AV, Aramark, Public Safety, the Wellness Center, RecFit, etc as it relates to the logistics and co-sponsoring of events
Produce creative promotional materials for Late Night and Weekend events that can be advertised through multiple platforms, including, but not limited to: social media, posters, handbills, and tabling
Help develop trainings for student programming boards
Student Advising/Student Government:
Co-Advise a cohort of programming board directors housed under the Vice President of Student Government’s cabinet
Provide support for the programming organizations by attending events and serving as a liaison between university administration and students.
Late Night and Weekend Programs
Help execute monthly programs through Late Night Programming Series
Collaborate with university departments to create programming for students on and off-campus
Aid in the promotion of students activities and new ways to market events.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
Required Education and Experience
Preferred Education and Experience
Pursuing a graduate or professional degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, etc.
Experience with Student Organization management or leadership development
Ability to adapt to and work in a fast-paced, ever changing environment
Ability to work effectively with diverse constituencies and across administrative lines
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to work collaboratively
Strong organizational skills
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
Able to begin work Welcome Week beginning August 18, 2018
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