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The programs of the Cultural Centers are open to all USF students. Some of the best ways to learn about upcoming programs are to subscribe to our newsletter and to connect with us on social media. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for up to the minute news, resources, and event information. Plus, don’t forget to see what happened at our events by viewing our photos albums on Flickr!

 

How to Apply to Work for Us

Internship Applications for the 2024-2025 school year will open Monday, February 5, 2024.  Work Study students are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Form - Open from Feb 5 - 26, 2024

The Cultural Centers student interns work in either the Intercultural Center (IC) or Gender & Sexuality Center (GSC), with the exception of our social media intern who works across the full department. All of the interns work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Cultural Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. We are looking for individuals who are committed to being an agent of change! Interns should be able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.

For more information or questions about our internships, please contact us at culturalcenters@usfca.edu.

2024-2025 OPEN POSITIONS:

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are open from Monday, February 5 - Monday, February 26, 2024 at 11:59 PM. 

Position Title: Cultural Centers' Social Media Intern

Title of Supervisor: Director of the Cultural Centers

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard
Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Cultural Centers are seeking highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed interns who are dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibility for the Social Media Intern is to elevate the visibility, and strengthen the reputation, of the Cultural Centers, while building departmental consistency and effectiveness of messaging. The intern should have a passion for the potential of social media to advance social justice. The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF.


This position will provide the following transferable skills:
Interns will:

  • Implement a brand strategy for various popular social media platforms to improve outreach and communication with campus community and external partners
  • Inspire a diverse student population to dialogue about complex issues through social media
  • Develop verbal and written communication skills, including understanding client needs and expressing personal vision
  • Manage a community-oriented space for diverse student populations
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures and contribute to the common good.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

SOCIAL MEDIA

  • Coordinating and executing the department’s social media strategy across key social media channels with a focus on Instagram and upcoming sites.
  • Collaborate with fellow interns and Cultural Centers’ Career Staff to incorporate ideas and articles that centralize marginalized voices. 
  • Oversee social media publicity for all events and services for the department.
  • Increase our social media followers by implementing creative engagement strategies and original content for program marketing.
  • Sharing content from other USF partner pages to increase collaborative marketing support and provide more resources for our followers.


ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING
Serve as a Cultural Centers’ representative and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty


ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers' lounges including welcoming visitors and provide resources
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with supervisor
  • Attend staff trainings on:
  • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
  • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
  • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to handle a high-volume of content, managing multiple creative projects at a time in a fast-paced environment
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, leadership and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required (comfort speaking in front of groups a plus)
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
  • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; Team-oriented as well as independent worker
  • Receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice


About working at the Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center (also known together as The Cultural Centers):


The Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.

Position Title: Gender & Sexuality Center Gender Equity Intern

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Student Coordinator, Gender and Sexuality Center 

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard
Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Cultural Centers are seeking highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed interns who are dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life.


The primary responsibility for the Gender & Sexuality Center Gender Equity Intern is to develop gender justice-based engagement opportunities that facilitate student knowledge and understanding of intersectional feminism and cross cultural solidarity. They should be passionate about dialogue, social justice, and building community and be able to recognize multiple truths. The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF and receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.


This intern should have a grounded knowledge, previous course exposure to, or experience with equity on the basis of gender. Specifically, this knowledge or experience should be grounded in intersectional gender equity. We define intersectional gender equity as the advocacy for equity between people of all genders, with an understanding of how gender interacts with other social identities (including but not limited to ability, age, ethnicity, and race). 


The primary responsibilities for Gender & Sexuality Center Gender Equity Intern:

  • Host the weekly Glitter Hour drop-in at the Gender & Sexuality Center
  • Host weekly office hour drop ins at the Gender & Sexuality Center
  • Facilitate social engagement opportunities within the Cultural Centers spaces and with the broader campus related to intersectional community building with and among students of minoritized gender including women, trans, and gender non-conforming identified students
  • Host a community-building spaces for students of diverse gender
  • Advocate for women, trans, and gender non-conforming student resources at USF through community building
  • Engage the USF community by tabling in public university spaces to share information about resources and services.
  • Share responsibilities with fellow interns to create fun, engaging, and relevant content for Cultural Centers’ social media channels as supervised by Cultural Centers’ Career Staff
  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staff
  • Serve on the Women of Color Leadership Conference Planning Committee or serve on a Cultural Center End of Year Ceremonies committee during the spring semester.

The Learning Outcomes of the Gender & Sexuality Center Gender Equity Intern position are:

  • Develop programs to engage and challenge students to discern their experiences in everyday life
  • Develop verbal communication skills, including facilitation and public speaking centered in authenticity
  • Manage a community-oriented space for student populations of diverse gender
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures and contribute to the common good
  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks
  • Communicate complex issues to a diverse student population


Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
Cultural Centers interns work closely with the Cultural Centers staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:


PROGRAMMING

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers staff, develop and implement programs
  • Support the Cultural Centers in outreach efforts including info sessions and social media engagement
  • Support a culture of collaboration with other Cultural Centers interns on programs
  • Evaluate programs


ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Represent the Cultural Centers and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty
  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including but not limited to women, men, trans, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and questioning individuals, and sexual violence victims/survivors
  • Serve as a liaison to diversity and social justice-related student organizations
  • Provide classes and student organizations with Cultural Centers’ information and resources
  • When engaging with the USF community, provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual violence as needed (training will be provided and support expected will be that appropriate to a student role)


ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers, including welcoming visitors, provide resources, and hang out
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and weekly one-on-one meetings with graduate supervisor
  • Collaborate with Graphic Design Intern in the creation of marketing materials for programs.
  • Attend staff trainings on:
  • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
  • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
  • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned


Qualifications:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, leadership and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required (comfort speaking in front of groups a plus)
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
  • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; Team-oriented as well as independent worker


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Federal work study award (strongly preferred)
  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice


About working at the Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center (also known together as The Cultural Centers):


The Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.
 

 

Position Title: Gender & Sexuality Center Queer Coalition Community Intern

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Student Coordinator, Gender and Sexuality Center

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard
Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Cultural Centers are seeking highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed interns who are dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibility for the Gender & Sexuality Center Queer Coalition Intern is to develop social justice-based engagement opportunities that facilitate student knowledge and understanding of intersectional and cross cultural solidarity. They should be passionate about dialogue, social justice, and building community and be able to recognize multiple truths. The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF and receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.


This intern should have an interest or experience with working with and for LGBTQ+ people, and historical knowledge of the experiences of this community, including but not limited to access to healthcare and housing, marriage equality, belonging and inclusion, etc.


The primary responsibilities for the Gender & Sexuality Center Queer Coalition Community Intern will be:

  • Host the weekly Stitch & Bitch drop-in
  • Host weekly office hour drop ins at the Gender & Sexuality Center.
  • Facilitate social engagement opportunities within the Cultural Centers spaces and with the broader campus related to coalition building with and among a diverse LGBTQ+ student body.
  • Make connections and collaborate with registered student organizations including but not limited to those part of the Culturally Focused Clubs Council
  • Share responsibilities with fellow interns to create fun, engaging, and relevant content for Cultural Centers’ social media channels as supervised by Cultural Centers’ Career Staff
  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staff
  • Serve on a Cultural Center End of Year Ceremonies committee during the spring semester

The Learning Outcomes of the Gender & Sexuality Center Queer Coalition Community Intern position are:

  • Develop programs to engage and challenge students to discern their experiences in everyday life
  • Develop verbal communication skills, including facilitation and public speaking centered in authenticity
  • Manage a community-oriented space for Queer POC student populations
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures and contribute to the common good
  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks
  • Communicate complex issues to a diverse student population


Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
Cultural Centers interns work closely with the Cultural Centers staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:


PROGRAMMING

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers staff, develop and implement programs
  • Support the Cultural Centers in outreach efforts including info sessions and social media engagement
  • Support a culture of collaboration with other Cultural Centers interns on programs
  • Evaluate programs


ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Represent the Cultural Centers and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty
  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including but not limited to women, men, trans, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and questioning individuals, and sexual violence victims/survivors
  • Serve as a liaison to diversity and social justice-related student organizations
  • Provide classes and student organizations with Cultural Centers’ information and resources
  • When engaging with the USF community, provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual violence as needed (training will be provided and support expected will be that appropriate to a student role)


ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers, including welcoming visitors, provide resources, and hang out
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and weekly one-on-one meetings with graduate supervisor
  • Collaborate with Graphic Design Intern in the creation of marketing materials for programs.
  • Attend staff trainings on:
  • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
  • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
  • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned


Qualifications:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, leadership and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required (comfort speaking in front of groups a plus)
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
  • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; Team-oriented as well as independent worker


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Federal work study award (strongly preferred)
  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice


About working at the Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center (also known together as The Cultural Centers):


The Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.
 

 

Position Title: Gender & Sexuality Center Love and Life Intern

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Student Coordinator, Gender and Sexuality Center 

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard
Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Cultural Centers are seeking highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed interns who are dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life.

The primary responsibility for the Gender & Sexuality Center Love and Life Intern is to develop social justice-based engagement opportunities that facilitate student knowledge and understanding of healthy relationships, human connectedness, and joy between people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, with a focus on women and LGBTQ+ students. They should be passionate about dialogue, social justice, and building community and be able to recognize multiple nuanced truths.

The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF and receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.


The primary responsibilities for Gender & Sexuality Center Love and Life Intern will be:

  • Host weekly office hour drop ins at the Gender & Sexuality Center
  • Facilitate social engagement opportunities with the broader campus related to intersectional community building with and among people of diverse sexuality, gender,  ability, nationality, socioeconomic status, religion, and more.
  • Engage the USF community by tabling in public university spaces to share information about resources and services
  • Advocate for LGBTQ+ student resources at USF through community engagement
  • Share responsibilities with fellow interns to create fun, engaging, and relevant content for Cultural Centers’ social media channels as supervised by Cultural Centers’ Career Staff
  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staff
  • Serve on a Cultural Center End of Year Ceremonies committee during the spring semester


The Learning Outcomes of the Gender & Sexuality Center Love and Life Intern position are:

  • Develop programs to engage and challenge students to discern their experiences in everyday life
  • Develop verbal communication skills, including facilitation and public speaking centered in authenticity
  • Manage community-oriented spaces to unify a diverse student population
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures and contribute to the common good
  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks
  • Communicate complex issues to a diverse student population


Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
Cultural Centers interns work closely with the Cultural Centers staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:


PROGRAMMING

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers staff, develop and implement programs
  • Support the Cultural Centers in outreach efforts including info sessions and social media engagement
  • Support a culture of collaboration with other Cultural Centers interns on programs
  • Evaluate programs


ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Represent the Cultural Centers and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty
  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including but not limited to women, men, trans, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and questioning individuals, and sexual violence victims/survivors
  • Serve as a liaison to diversity and social justice-related student organizations
  • Provide classes and student organizations with Cultural Centers’ information and resources
  • When engaging with the USF community, provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual violence as needed (training will be provided and support expected will be that appropriate to a student role)


ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers, including welcoming visitors, provide resources, and hang out
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and weekly one-on-one meetings with graduate supervisor
  • Collaborate with Graphic Design Intern in the creation of marketing materials for programs.
  • Attend staff trainings on:
  • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
  • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
  • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned


Qualifications:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, leadership and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required (comfort speaking in front of groups a plus)
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
  • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; Team-oriented as well as independent worker
  • Receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice


About working at the Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center (also known together as The Cultural Centers):


The Intercultural Center and Gender & Sexuality Center staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.
 

Position Title: Intercultural Center International Community Intern

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Student Coordinator, Intercultural Center

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard

Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Cultural Centers are seeking a highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed International Community Intern who is dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibility for the International Community Intern is to support and develop international student programs and social justice-based engagement opportunities that facilitate student knowledge and understanding of intersectional and cross cultural solidarity. They should be passionate about dialogue, social justice, and building community and be able to recognize multiple truths. The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF. 

The primary responsibilities for the Intercultural Center International Community Intern will be:

  • Host a community-building space for international students 
  • Create social engagement opportunities within the Cultural Centers spaces and with the  broader campus community that cultivate resilience and explore cross-cultural solidarity with and among international students
  • Share responsibilities with fellow interns to create fun, engaging, and relevant content for Cultural Centers’ social media channels as supervised by Cultural Centers’ Career Staff.
  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staff
  • Advocate for international student resources at USF through community building
  • Serve on a Cultural Center End of Year Ceremonies committee during the spring semester

The Learning Outcomes of the International Community Intern position are:

  • Develop programs to engage and challenge international students to discern their experiences in everyday life
  • Develop verbal communication skills, including facilitation and public speaking centered in authenticity
  • Manage a community-oriented space for diverse international student populations
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures
  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks
  • Communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:

Cultural Centers interns work closely with the Cultural Centers staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:

PROGRAMMING

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers staff, develop and implement programs
  • Support the Cultural Centers in outreach efforts including events like info sessions and social media engagement
  • Support a culture of collaboration with other Cultural Centers interns on programs
  • Evaluate programs

ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Represent the Cultural Centers and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty
  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including by not limited to students of color, first generation, working class/low income students, LGBTQ+ groups
  • Serve as a liaison to diversity- and social justice-related student organizations
  • When engaging with the USF community, provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual violence as needed (training will be provided and support expected will be that appropriate to a student role)

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers, including welcoming visitors, provide resources, and hang out
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and weekly one-on-one meetings with supervisor
  • Collaborate with Graphic Design Intern in the creation of marketing materials for programs
  • Attend staff trainings on:
    • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
    • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
    • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Creativity and passion for arts and creative expression required (Arts education and/or arts instruction experience a plus but not required)
  • Demonstrated commitment to and understanding of issues related to international student experience, particularly diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills, including speaking in front of groups and writing to faculty and staff
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
    • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; team-oriented as well as independent worker

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Cultural Centers’ programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

About working at the Intercultural Center (IC) and Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) (also known as The Cultural Centers):

The IC and GSC staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Cultural Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.

Position Title: Intercultural Center Community Connection Intern

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Student Coordinator, Intercultural Center

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard

Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Cultural Centers are seeking highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed interns who are dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibility for the Intercultural Center Community Connection Intern is to develop social justice-based engagement opportunities that facilitate student knowledge and understanding of intersectional and cross cultural solidarity. They should be passionate about dialogue, social justice, and building community and be able to recognize multiple truths. The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF.

The primary responsibilities for the Intercultural Center Community Connection Intern will be:

  • Assist in program creation and coordination of Heritage Recognitions
  • Create and host community-building spaces that serve students in their Indigenous or racially minoritized identities.
  • Create social engagement opportunities within the Cultural Centers spaces and with the  broader campus community to build skills related to intersectional community building with and among Indigenous and racially minoritized students
  • Share responsibilities with fellow interns to create fun, engaging, and relevant content for Cultural Centers’ social media channels as supervised by Cultural Centers’ Career Staff.
  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staff
  • Advocate for student resources for Indigenous and racially minoritized students at USF through community building
  • Serve on a Cultural Center End of Year Ceremonies committee during the spring semester

The Learning Outcomes of the position are:

  • Develop programs to engage and challenge students to discern their experiences in everyday life
  • Develop verbal communication skills, including facilitation and public speaking centered in authenticity
  • Manage a community-oriented space for Indigenous and racially minoritized student populations
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures and contribute to the common good
  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks
  • Communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:

Cultural Centers interns work closely with the Cultural Centers staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:

PROGRAMMING

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers staff, develop and implement programs
  • Support the Cultural Centers in outreach efforts including events like info sessions and social media engagement
  • Support a culture of collaboration with other Cultural Centers interns on programs
  • Evaluate programs

ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Represent the Cultural Centers and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty
  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including by not limited to students of color, first generation, working class/low income students, LGBTQ+ groups
  • Serve as a liaison to diversity- and social justice-related student organizations
  • When engaging with the USF community, provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual violence as needed (training will be provided and support expected will be that appropriate to a student role)

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers, including welcoming visitors, provide resources, and hang out
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and weekly one-on-one meetings with supervisor
  • Collaborate with Graphic Design Intern in the creation of marketing materials for programs
  • Attend staff trainings on:
    • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
    • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
    • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Creativity and passion for arts and creative expression required (Arts education and/or arts instruction experience a plus but not required)
  • Demonstrated commitment to and understanding of issues related to international student experience, particularly diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills, including speaking in front of groups and writing to faculty and staff
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
    • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; team-oriented as well as independent worker
  • Receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Cultural Centers’ programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

About working at the Intercultural Center (IC) and Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) (also known as The Cultural Centers):

The IC and GSC staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Cultural Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.

Position Title: Lyricist Lounge & Arts Intern

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Student Coordinator, Intercultural Center

Salary: $18.07/hour or higher depending on SF Minimum wage standard

Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 10-12 hours for non Work study students.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Cultural Centers (composed of the Intercultural Center and the Gender and Sexuality Center) are seeking a highly motivated, energetic, organized, creative, and committed intern who is dedicated to supporting the mission of the Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibility for the Lyricist Lounge & Arts Intern is to organize and host Lyricist Lounge, a monthly spoken word poetry open mic night. They should be passionate about spoken word poetry and performance and creating community building opportunities through the arts. The position is open to undergraduate students currently enrolled at USF.

The primary responsibilities for the Lyricist Lounge & Arts Intern will be:

  • Organizing and hosting Lyricist Lounge, a monthly spoken word open mic night
  • Host additional community spaces rooted in spoken word, the arts, and community building
  • Share responsibilities with fellow interns to create fun, engaging, and relevant content for Cultural Centers’ social media channels as supervised by Cultural Centers’ Career Staff
  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staff
  • Serve on a Cultural Center End of Year Ceremonies committee during the spring semester

The Learning Outcomes of the Lyricist Lounge & Arts Intern position are:

  • Develop programs to engage and challenge students to discern their experiences in everyday life
  • Develop verbal communication skills, including facilitation and public speaking centered in authenticity
  • Manage a community-oriented space for diverse student populations
  • Develop critical thinking skills through dialogue and discernment processes
  • Reflect on and analyze their attitudes, beliefs, values, and assumptions about diverse communities and cultures
  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks
  • Communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:

Cultural Centers interns works closely with the Cultural Centers' staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:

PROGRAMMING

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers staff, develop and implement programs
  • Support the Cultural Centers in outreach efforts including events like info sessions and social media engagement
  • Support a culture of collaboration with other Cultural Centers interns on programs
  • Evaluate programs

ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Represent the Cultural Centers and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty
  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including by not limited to students of color, first generation, working class/low income students, LGBTQ+ groups
  • Serve as a liaison to diversity- and social justice-related student organizations
  • When engaging with the USF community, provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual violence as needed (training will be provided and support expected will be that appropriate to a student role)

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers, including welcoming visitors, provide resources, and hang out
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and weekly one-on-one meetings with supervisor
  • Collaborate with Graphic Design Intern in the creation of marketing materials for programs
  • Attend staff trainings on:
    • Friday, April 26, 2024 - afternoon/evening session
    • Monday, August 5 - Friday, August 9, 2024
    • Friday, January 17, 2025
  • Begin work on Monday, August 12, 2024
  • End Work on Friday, May 9, 2025 (position is for full academic year)
  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing
  • Creativity and passion for arts and creative expression required (Arts education and/or arts instruction experience a plus but not required)
  • Comfort in hosting a program in front of audiences over 60+ students
  • Demonstrated commitment to and understanding of issues related to international student experience, particularly diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills, including speaking in front of groups and writing to faculty and staff
  • Available to work a minimum of 8-9 hours/week, including evenings and some weekends
    • Minimum 3 days/week
  • Organized, punctual, and dependable
  • Able to take initiative on projects, multi-task and problem solve; team-oriented as well as independent worker
  • Receiving a Federal Work-Study Award.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient in computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point; Google Docs and Forms; Adobe Photoshop a plus)
  • Familiarity with Cultural Centers’ programs and resources
  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

About working at the Intercultural Center (IC) and Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) (also known as The Cultural Centers):

The IC and GSC staff work closely in a highly collaborative and creative environment. The Cultural Centers, located on the fourth floor of the University Center, are multi-use spaces that serve as staff work and meeting space as well as student organization meeting space and event venue. The successful intern candidate must be friendly, willing to help whenever and wherever, a quick learner, customer service oriented, able to work in a dynamic environment and be committed to working towards social justice in all its forms.