Cultural Centers Position Descriptions

How to Apply to Work for Us

Internship applications for the 2019-2020 school year are open beginning Monday, February 4, 2019 and close for priority applications on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.  Work Study students are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Intercultural Center and Gender and Sexuality Center staffs 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. We are looking for individuals who are committed to being an agent of change! Interns should also 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.

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Positions:

  • Common Ground Initiative Intern (multiple positions available with an Intercultural Center focus and Gender and Sexuality Center focus)
  • Media Series Initiative Intern (multiple positions available with an Intercultural Center focus and Gender and Sexuality Center focus)
  • Gender & Sexuality Center Violence Prevention Education Intern
  • Cultural Centers Arts Initiative Intern
  • Cultural Centers Graphic Design Intern
  • Cultural Centers Social Media Intern

For more information or questions on these positions, please contact culturalcenters@usfca.edu.

Position Descriptions


Title of Supervisor: Graduate Intern for The Intercultural Center (part of the Cultural Centers)

Salary: $15.50/hour

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 Arts Initiative Intern is the 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 primary responsibilities for this Intern will be:

  • Organizing and hosting Lyricist Lounge, a monthly spoken word open mic night
  • Implement additional programs based in the arts and community building
  • Support Cultural Centers' staff programs

This position will provide the following transferable skills:

Interns will:

  • Develop programs to connect identity and the arts to social change, centered around participants lived experiences.

  • 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 and contribute to the common good.

  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks and communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Arts Initiatives Intern works closely with the Cultural Centers' staff to fulfill duties and responsibilities including:


PROGRAMMING
  • Develop, plan, implement, and assess The Lyricist Lounge (monthly open mic, spoken word program)

  • Develop, plan, implement, and assess arts-based programs focused on exploring race/ethnicity, socio-economic status/class, gender identity, sexual orientation, and intersections of identity (training and development provided on understanding these identities if needed)

  • Be an advocate for students and voice their social justice concerns through community and capacity building.

  • Collaborate with the Cultural Centers' staff, develop and implement weekly and monthly programs

  • Support other Cultural Centers' interns on implementing weekly and monthly programs

  • Attend other diversity-related campus programs

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

  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including but not limited to minority/students of color, first generation, working class/low-income students, women, LGBTQ groups

  • Provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual assault as needed (training will be provided)

ADMINISTRATIVE
  • Staff the Cultural Centers' lounges including posting current social justice news on social media outlets, welcome visitors and provide resources, hang out

  • Collaborate with Social Media Intern to contribute to Arts Initiative programs.

  • Attend weekly staff meetings and bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with supervisor

  • Attend staff trainings on:

    • Saturday, April 27, 2019

    • August 12-16, 2019 (full days)

    • Friday, January 17, 2020

  • Begin work on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations

  • Other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications:

  • 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 100+ students

  • Program/event planning experience a plus

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing

  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, equity, social justice and leadership

  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required

  • Available to work 10-14 hours/week, including evenings and weekends

  • 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 IC and GSC programs and resources

  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

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

The Cultural Centers’ staff work 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 venues. 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.

Title of Supervisor: Assistant Director of the Cultural Centers

Salary: $15.50/hour

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.

The Cultural Centers (comprised of the Intercultural Center and the Gender and Sexuality Center) is seeking  a creative and skilled Graphic Design Intern who is dedicated to supporting the mission of The Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibility for this intern is to design departmental advertising materials for all events and services. The intern should have a passion for the potential of graphic design to advance social justice.
 

This position will provide the following transferable skills:

Interns will:

  • Develop print and digital graphics to convey social justice issues that are at the center of Cultural Centers’ programming

  • Inspire a diverse student population to dialogue about complex issues through graphic media

  • Develop verbal 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:

GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • Design, develop, and update (as needed) marketing materials including posters, flyers, programs, etc.

  • Collaborate with fellow interns and Cultural Centers’ Career Staff to incorporate ideas and design elements into program marketing

  • Oversee print publicity for all events and services, as well as some digital (newsletter images, digital signage) for the department

  • Incorporate individual design style and vision into marketing in ways that advance programming and awareness of social justice issues

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:

    • Saturday, April 27, 2019

    • August 12-16, 2019 (full days)

    • Friday, January 17, 2020

  • Begin work on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

  • 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

  • Strong customer service and ability to communicate clearly and effectively with multiple interns at a given time

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required

  • An eye for detail (proofing and copy editing experience a plus)

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing

  • Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, Google Docs/Forms (other programs a plus)

  • An interest in marketing and communications

  • Applicant must be able to work independently in an efficient manner and multi-task between concurrent projects

  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, equity, social justice, and leadership

  • Team-oriented as well as independent worker

  • Familiarity with Cultural Centers programs and resources (preferred)

  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice (preferred)

  • Federal work study award (preferred)

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

The IC and GSC staffs 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.

Title of Supervisor: Assistant Director of the Cultural Centers

Salary: $15.50/hour

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 (comprised of the Intercultural Center and the Gender and Sexuality Center) is seeking a creative and skilled Social Media Intern who are dedicated to supporting the mission of The Cultural Centers and the Division of Student Life. The primary responsibilities for this 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.
 

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 including Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and Facebook.

  • 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:

    • Saturday, April 27, 2019

    • August 12-16, 2019 (full days)

    • Friday, January 17, 2020

  • Begin work on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

  • 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

  • Strong customer service and ability to communicate clearly and effectively with multiple interns at a given time

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required

  • An eye for detail (proofing and copy editing experience a plus)

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and good disciplinary standing

  • Must be proficient in all social media platforms listed above

  • An interest in marketing and communications

  • Applicant must be able to work independently in an efficient manner and multi-task between concurrent projects

  • Demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity, equity, social justice, and leadership

  • Team-oriented as well as independent worker

  • Familiarity with Cultural Centers programs and resources (preferred)

  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice (preferred)

  • Federal work study award (preferred)

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

The IC and GSC staffs 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.

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Intern of The Gender and Sexuality Center or Intercultural Center

Salary: $15.50/hour

Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 7-12 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 Common Ground Initiative Intern is to develop social justice-based programming that facilitates students to find a common ground of knowledge and understanding. They should be passionate about dialogue, social justice, and building community and be able to recognize multiple truths.
 

This position will provide the following transferable skills:

Interns will:

  • 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 and contribute to the common good.

  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks and communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

The primary responsibilities for these interns will be:

  • Support the development and implementation of programs focused on exploring women and gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual assault prevention and intersections of identity (if Gender and Sexuality Center focus)

  • Support the development and implementation of programs focused on exploring race, ethnicity, socio-economic status/class, and intersections of identity (if Intercultural Center focus).

  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staffs

  • Be an advocate for students and voice their social justice concerns through community and capacity building.

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 weekly and monthly programs

  • Support other Cultural Centers interns on implementing weekly and monthly programs

  • Develop informational bulletin boards related to social justice issues

  • Evaluate programs

ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Serve as a Cultural Centers representative and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty

  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including but not limited to women, men, and trans*, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and questioning individuals, and sexual violence victims/survivors (if Gender and Sexuality Center focus)

  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including by not limited to students of color, first generation, working class/low income students (if Intercultural Center focus)

  • Support diversity- and social justice-related student organizations

  • Visit classes and student organizations to provide Cultural Centers’ information and resources

  • Provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual assault as needed (training will be provided)

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the GSC desk including posting current social justice news on social media outlets, welcome visitors and provide resources, hang out

  • Attend weekly staff meetings and bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with graduate supervisor

  • Attend staff trainings on:

    • Saturday, April 27, 2019

    • August 12-16, 2019 (full days)

    • Friday, January 17, 2020

  • Begin work on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations

  • Participate in staff socials

  • 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 7-14 hours/week, including evenings and weekends

  • 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 IC and GSC programs and resources

  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

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

The IC and GSC staffs 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.

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Intern of The Gender and Sexuality Center or Intercultural Center

Salary: $15.50/hour

Schedule: up to 14 hours/week during the Academic Year for Federal Work Study Students, and between 7-12 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 Media Series Intern is to develop student-centered social justice-based programming that is explored through the lens of media. They should be passionate about print, social, and visual forms of media and popular culture and how students can interrogate social justice issues through media.

This position will provide the following transferable skills:

Interns will:

  • 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 and contribute to the common good.

  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice frameworks and communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

The primary responsibilities for these interns will be:

  • Support the development and implementation of programs focused on exploring women and gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual assault prevention and intersections of identity through the lens of media (if Gender and Sexuality Center focus)

  • Support the development and implementation of programs focused on exploring race, ethnicity, socio-economic status/class, and intersections of identity through the lens of media (if Intercultural Center focus).

  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staffs

  • Be an advocate for students and voice their social justice concerns through community and capacity building.

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 weekly and monthly programs

  • Support other Cultural Centers interns on implementing weekly and monthly programs

  • Develop informational bulletin boards related to social justice issues

  • Evaluate programs

ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Serve as a Cultural Centers representative and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty

  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including but not limited to women, men, and trans*, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and questioning individuals, and sexual violence victims/survivors (if Gender and Sexuality Center focus)

  • Facilitate conversations about diversity issues impacting groups including by not limited to students of color, first generation, working class/low income students (if Intercultural Center focus)

  • Support diversity- and social justice-related student organizations

  • Visit classes and student organizations to provide Cultural Centers’ information and resources

  • Provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual assault as needed (training will be provided)

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the GSC desk including posting current social justice news on social media outlets, welcome visitors and provide resources, hang out

  • Attend weekly staff meetings and bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with graduate supervisor

  • Attend staff trainings on:

    • Saturday, April 27, 2019

    • August 12-16, 2019 (full days)

    • Friday, January 17, 2020

  • Begin work on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations

  • Participate in staff socials

  • 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 7-14 hours/week, including evenings and weekends

  • 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 IC and GSC programs and resources

  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

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

The IC and GSC staffs 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.

Title of Supervisor: Graduate Intern of The Gender & Sexuality Center

Salary: $15.50/hour

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. In collaboration with the Gender & Sexuality Center Staff and the Title IX Task Force, the Violence Prevention Education Intern will be the lead student programmer relating to topics of healthy relationships, upstander behaviors, sexual violence prevention, dating/intimate partner violence, and stalking. The intern should have an interest or passion towards educating and empowering students around these topics.

This position will provide the following transferable skills:

Interns will:

  • Construct curriculum for programs and workshops that expand student knowledge while validating students’ lived experiences and identities

  • 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 and contribute to the common good.

  • Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate social justice and ethical frameworks and communicate complex issues to a diverse student population

The primary responsibilities for these interns will be:

  • Create social engagement opportunities, to raise awareness regarding healthy relationships, upstander behavior, sexual violence, dating/intimate partner violence, stalking

  • Create programs through the Gender & Sexuality Center that connect with Title IX Task Force efforts for the following initiatives: The First Six Weeks, Relationship Violence Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

  • Provide collaborative support to the Cultural Centers' staffs

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 weekly and monthly programs

  • Support other Cultural Centers interns on implementing weekly and monthly programs

  • Evaluate programs

ADVOCACY/COMMUNITY BUILDING

  • Must have the ability to collaborate with faculty, staff, student and community members to provide education programming and foster an environment that truly engages to act with integrity, civility and the utmost respect for the dignity of all human beings.

  • Serve as a Cultural Centers representative and communicate services and programs to students, staff, and faculty

  • Facilitate and co-facilitate conversations about healthy relationships, upstander behaviors, sexual violence prevention, dating/intimate partner violence, and stalking

  • Support diversity- and social justice-related student organizations

  • Visit classes and student organizations to provide Cultural Centers’ information and resources

  • Provide support and resources for victims/survivors of traumatic experiences in the forms of bias-related incidents, racism, homophobia, sexism, and sexual assault as needed (training will be provided) 

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Staff the Cultural Centers' lounges including welcoming visitors and provide resources

  • Attend weekly staff meetings and bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with graduate supervisor

  • Attend staff trainings on:

    • Saturday, April 27, 2019

    • August 12-16, 2019 (full days)

    • Friday, January 17, 2020

  • Begin work on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

  • Participate in mid-year and end of the year staff evaluations

  • Participate in staff socials

  • 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 10-14 hours/week, including evenings and weekends

  • 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 IC and GSC programs and resources

  • Prior classes and/or training related to diversity or social justice

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

The IC and GSC staffs 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.

Cultural Centers

Location: University Center, 4th Floor, Rooms 411-413
School Year Hours: Mon-Thurs, 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-5pm
Email: culturalcenters@usfca.edu
Intercultural Center: 415-422-6484
Gender & Sexuality Center: 415-422-4431


Intercultural Center


Gender and Sexuality Center