Student Affairs Internship Program

Student affairs internships offer opportunities for USF graduate students to gain invaluable work experience in student affairs and an ability to contribute to the Jesuit mission and goals of the institution.

Internship experiences are 9-10 months in duration and require that students work an average of 18-25 hours/week in an assigned department. Experience can be gained in a variety of settings including student housing, cultural centers, student activities, leadership, orientation, academic support services, student conduct, greek life, and more.

Placement Questions: Contact the program at SAIP@usfca.edu

Internship Placement Timeline

January 8: SAIP Application Opens

February 5: SAIP Application Closes

February 8-25: Application Review and First Round Interviews

March 5-10: Second Round Interviews

March 15: Notification of Internship Offers

March 29 - onward: Round Two Placement Process (Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.)

Application

Please click here to complete the application.

Available Internships for 2021-2022

Updated: April 20, 2021

The Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) is the University of San Francisco’s gender justice and LGBTQ+ resource center that provides students with development opportunities and support. The GSC works closely with the Intercultural Center (IC), the university’s center for students of color and students who are working in solidarity towards social justice at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, and culture. Both centers belong to the Cultural Centers department within the Division of Student Life’s Student Engagement unit.

Under the supervision of an Assistant Director of the Cultural Centers and with support from the Cultural Centers staff (including the IC’s Graduate Student Coordinator), the coordinator will be responsible for developing and promoting the educational and programmatic initiatives of the GSC. The coordinator will build skills in the operation of the Cultural Centers and deepen their understanding of the LGBTQ Student Services  and Women’s Centers functional areas. The coordinator will also have opportunities to work collaboratively with others in the Division of Student Life as well as academic affairs, including cross-campus committee participation and leadership.

Goals for the GSC Graduate Student Coordinator include but are not limited to:

  • Gain an understanding of the theoretical frameworks, and more generally skills and knowledge that inform the practice of diversity education in student affairs.
  • Gain and/or enhance skills and knowledge of how cultural centers operate and collaborate with various university departments and student organizations to fulfill its mission.
  • Develop and strengthen programming, evaluation, training, management, advising, and supervisory skills.
  • Gain an understanding of the needs of historically underserved students (women, people of color, LGBTQ students, etc.) and efforts that are known to increase retention and persistence. 

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

Personal and Ethical Foundations: 

Involves the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to develop and maintain integrity in one’s life and work; this includes thoughtful development, critique, and adherence to a holistic and comprehensive standard of ethics and commitment to one’s own wellness and growth. Personal and ethical foundations are aligned because integrity has an internal locus informed by a combination of external ethical guidelines, an internal voice of care, and our own lived experiences. Our personal and ethical foundations grow through a process of curiosity, reflection, and self-authorship.

Organizational and Human Resources

Includes knowledge, skills, and dispositions used in the management of institutional human capital, financial, and physical resources. This competency area recognizes that student affairs professionals bring personal strengths and grow as managers through challenging themselves to build new skills in the selection, supervision, motivation, and formal evaluation of staff; resolution of conflict; management of the politics of organizational discourse; and the effective application of strategies and techniques associated with financial resources, facilities management, fundraising, technology, crisis management, risk management and sustainable resources

Social Justice and Inclusion

While there are many conceptions of social justice and inclusion in various contexts, for the purposes of this competency area, it is defined here as both a process and a goal which includes the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to create learning environments that foster equitable participation of all groups while seeking to address and acknowledge issues of oppression, privilege, and power. This competency involves student affairs educators who have a sense of their own agency and social responsibility that includes others, their community, and the larger global context. Student affairs educators may incorporate social justice and inclusion competencies into their practice through seeking to meet the needs of all groups, equitably distributing resources raising social consciousness, and repairing past and current harms on campus communities.

Student Learning and Development

Addresses the concepts and principles of student development and learning theory. This includes the ability to apply theory to improve and inform student affairs and teaching practice.

 

GENERAL SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES

During the work experience, the intern will participate in all the center’s operations to gain a comprehensive understanding of the administrative, programmatic, developmental, and strategic aspects of the centers.  The major components of this internship include:

Supervision and administration

  • With support from one of the Assistant Directors of The Cultural Centers and in partnership with The Cultural Centers’ Career Staff, supervise GSC interns including mentor, advise, and provide feedback, conduct regular check-in meetings, support program development and implementation.
  • Conduct 360 staff evaluations every semester.
  • Collaborate and conduct intern training, including staff meetings and professional development. 
  • Develop the Cultural Centers weekly newsletter in collaboration with the Career Staff of the Cultural Centers.
  • Understand operations, process and procedures of the Centers including staff meeting coordination, learning budget policies and procedures, becoming familiar with logistics pertinent to on campus program implementation, support web presence through social media resources such as Instagram, Twitter, etc.

Programming development, support and implementation

  • Along with The Cultural Centers’ Career Staff, help develop and implement the programmatic themes, initiatives and other related programs for the year.
  • Develop and implement the End of the Year Graduation Ceremonies.
  • Provide support as needed for the implementation of Cultural Centers programs including but not limited to Fall and Spring Orientation Programs, Admissions presentations and panels.
  • Co-facilitate diversity and social justice educational workshops and training programs as needed for various faculty, staff, student constituents.
  • Support with management of Gender Affirming Clothing Closet

Professional growth and development (research, facilitation skills, networking)

  • Shadow the Assistant Directors and/or Director in selected trainings and meetings for the Division of Student Life (e.g., grant writing, publications, admission, leadership team, etc.) and professional development (e.g., CaCCCHE, ACPA/NASPA, etc.).
  • Facilitate social justice discussions with Cultural Centers interns to gain teaching experience.

Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Please note that each of the internships will focus heavily on supervising the undergraduate interns, in addition to supporting the general programs and initiatives of both Centers. Therefore the ideal candidate should have some substantive knowledge base and experience that will enable them to provide appropriate leadership.

  • Educational focus on student affairs, higher education, inter/cross/multicultural education, ethnic studies, women’s/gender and sexualities studies, or related field; concurrent enrollment in the HESA Master’s degree program required. 
  • Experience in program (e.g., workshops, trainings, events, etc.) development and implementation preferred. 
  • Experience working with historically underrepresented and under-served students (students of color, women, and/or LGBTQ students) in a higher education environment is preferred. 
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with accuracy and thoroughness. 
  • Advanced analysis, computer, organization and time management skills. 
  • Ability to handle confidential issues appropriately. 
  • Excellent communication skills with an emphasis on interpersonal communication.
  • Must be available to fulfill evening and weekend duties.

Time Commitment and Compensation: A full year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. Coordinator will work up to 370 hours at a rate of $20.00 per hour for 20 hours per week during each academic semester (320 hours for fall and 320 hours for spring)per semester. In addition, 25 hours per week for 4 weeks prior to the start of fall semester and 25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the start of spring semester is required for training and planning purposes. 25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the semester starting, 20 hours per week during the semester, M-F (some evenings and/or weekends required).

Hiring Manager: Lionell Daggs III, Assistant Director of the Cultural Centers

About the Intercultural Center and its Graduate Student Coordinator Role

The Intercultural Center (IC) is the University of San Francisco’s center for students of color and students who are working in solidarity towards social justice at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, and culture. The IC works closely with the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC), the university’s gender justice and LGBTQ+ resource center that provides students with development opportunities and support. Both centers belong to the Cultural Centers department within the Division of Student Life’s Student Engagement unit.

Under the supervision of an Assistant Director of the Cultural Centers and with support from the Cultural Centers staff (including the GSC’s Graduate Student Coordinator), the coordinator will be responsible for developing and promoting the educational and programmatic initiatives of the IC. The coordinator will build skills in the operation of the Cultural Centers and deepen their understanding of the Multicultural Student Affairs functional area. The coordinator will also have opportunities to work collaboratively with others in the Division of Student Life as well as academic affairs, including cross-campus committee participation and leadership.

Goals for the IC Graduate Student Coordinator include but are not limited to:

  • Gain an understanding of the theoretical frameworks, and more generally skills and knowledge that inform the practice of diversity education in student affairs.
  • Gain and/or enhance skills and knowledge of how cultural centers operate and collaborate with various university departments and student organizations to fulfill its mission.
  • Develop and strengthen programming, evaluation, training, management, advising, and supervisory skills.
  • Gain an understanding of the needs of historically underserved students (women, people of color, LGBTQ students, etc.) and efforts that are known to increase retention and persistence. 

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

Personal and Ethical Foundations: 

Involves the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to develop and maintain integrity in one’s life and work; this includes thoughtful development, critique, and adherence to a holistic and comprehensive standard of ethics and commitment to one’s own wellness and growth. Personal and ethical foundations are aligned because integrity has an internal locus informed by a combination of external ethical guidelines, an internal voice of care, and our own lived experiences. Our personal and ethical foundations grow through a process of curiosity, reflection, and self-authorship.

Organizational and Human Resources

Includes knowledge, skills, and dispositions used in the management of institutional human capital, financial, and physical resources. This competency area recognizes that student affairs professionals bring personal strengths and grow as managers through challenging themselves to build new skills in the selection, supervision, motivation, and formal evaluation of staff; resolution of conflict; management of the politics of organizational discourse; and the effective application of strategies and techniques associated with financial resources, facilities management, fundraising, technology, crisis management, risk management and sustainable resources

Social Justice and Inclusion

While there are many conceptions of social justice and inclusion in various contexts, for the purposes of this competency area, it is defined here as both a process and a goal which includes the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to create learning environments that foster equitable participation of all groups while seeking to address and acknowledge issues of oppression, privilege, and power. This competency involves student affairs educators who have a sense of their own agency and social responsibility that includes others, their community, and the larger global context. Student affairs educators may incorporate social justice and inclusion competencies into their practice through seeking to meet the needs of all groups, equitably distributing resources raising social consciousness, and repairing past and current harms on campus communities.

Student Learning and Development

Addresses the concepts and principles of student development and learning theory. This includes the ability to apply theory to improve and inform student affairs and teaching practice.

 

GENERAL SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES

During the work experience, the intern will participate in all the center’s operations to gain a comprehensive understanding of the administrative, programmatic, developmental, and strategic aspects of the centers.  The major components of this internship include:

Supervision and administration

  • With support from one of the Assistant Directors of The Cultural Centers and in partnership with The Cultural Centers’ Career Staff, supervise IC interns including mentor, advise, and provide feedback, conduct regular check-in meetings, support program development and implementation. 
  • Conduct 360 staff evaluations every semester. 
  • Collaborate and conduct intern training, including staff meetings and professional development. 
  • Develop the Cultural Centers weekly newsletter in collaboration with the Career Staff of the Cultural Centers.
  • Understand operations, process and procedures of the Centers including staff meeting coordination, learning budget policies and procedures, becoming familiar with logistics pertinent to on campus program implementation, support web presence through social media resources such as Instagram, Twitter, etc.

Programming development, support and implementation

  • Along with The Cultural Centers’ Career Staff, help develop and implement the programmatic themes, initiatives and other related programs for the year.
  • Develop and implement the End of the Year Graduation Ceremonies.
  • Provide support as needed for the implementation of Cultural Centers programs including but not limited to Fall and Spring Orientation Programs, Admissions presentations and panels.
  • Co-facilitate diversity and social justice educational workshops and training programs as needed for various faculty, staff, student constituents.

Professional growth and development (research, facilitation skills, networking)

  • Shadow the Assistant Directors and/or Director in selected trainings and meetings for the Division of Student Life (e.g., grant writing, publications, admission, leadership team, etc.) and professional development (e.g., CaCCCHE, ACPA/NASPA, etc.).
  • Facilitate social justice discussions with Cultural Centers interns to gain teaching experience.

Other duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Please note that each of the internships will focus heavily on supervising the undergraduate interns, in addition to supporting the general programs and initiatives of both Centers. Therefore the ideal candidate should have some substantive knowledge base and experience that will enable them to provide appropriate leadership.

  • Educational focus on student affairs, higher education, inter/cross/multicultural education, ethnic studies, women’s/gender and sexualities studies, or related field; concurrent enrollment in the HESA Master’s degree program required. 
  • Experience in program (e.g., workshops, trainings, events, etc.) development and implementation preferred. 
  • Experience working with historically underrepresented and under-served students (students of color, women, and/or LGBTQ students) in a higher education environment is preferred. 
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Advanced analysis, computer, organization and time management skills. 
  • Ability to handle confidential issues appropriately. 
  • Excellent communication skills with an emphasis on interpersonal communication.
  • Must be available to fulfill evening and weekend duties.

Time Commitment and Compensation: A full year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. Coordinator will work up to 370 hours at a rate of $20.00 per hour for 20 hours per week during each academic semester (320 hours for fall and 320 hours for spring)per semester. In addition, 25 hours per week for 4 weeks prior to the start of fall semester and 25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the start of spring semester is required for training and planning purposes. 25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the semester starting, 20 hours per week during the semester, M-F (some evenings and/or weekends required).

Hiring Manager: Jinni Pradhan, Assistant Director of the Cultural Centers

Reporting to the Assistant Director for Leadership Development, the Graduate Intern will contribute to the short and long-term goals of Student Leadership and Engagement (SLE) and its programs. Working in a variety of areas, the Intern will use their experience to help SLE reach the departmental outcomes of providing programs and services that support students' leadership development and promote student engagement in co-curricular activities open to all USF students. Specifically, the Intern will assist with the development and coordination of the Magis Emerging Leadership Program and support other leadership programs and resources of the department.

Responsibilities

Assist with development and implementation of the Magis Emerging Leadership Program

  • Lead recruitment and selection efforts for Magis Fellows and Magis Mentors
  • Provide guidance and support to the Magis Mentors through trainings, Leadership Team meetings, and one-on-one meetings as needed
  • Assist with curriculum development and program delivery including retreats, weekly cohort meetings, and workshops
  • Develop and distribute the Summer and Winter editions of the Magis Alumni Newsletter, including maintenance of the Magis alumni database
  • Assess desired learning outcomes for Magis Emerging Leadership Program Fellows through formative and summative tools

 Provide support for other department leadership programs and resources 

  • Assist in the development and facilitation of leadership trainings for student staff and student organizations
  • Co-Advise the Student Leadership Conference Planning Committee by attending weekly meetings, coordinating logistics, and supporting student leadership development
  • Assist with the preparation and delivery of the annual Division of Student Life Student Leadership Awards 
  • Research, plan, and facilitate leadership workshops as needed
  • Build leadership resource library, including online resources for SLE

SLE Departmental/Program Support

  • Serve as support for SLE departmental signature programs including Involvement Fairs, Student Leadership Conference, Dons Night Out, and DONAROO
  • Participate in department/division activities including meetings, retreats, events, and staff development
  • Other duties as assigned

Professional Competencies

Outlined by ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners (2015), the primary competency areas that the graduate intern will develop, include:

Advising and Supporting (A/S)

  • Providing advising and support to individuals and groups through direction, feedback, critique, referral, and guidance. Through developing advising and supporting strategies that take into account self-knowledge and the needs of others, we play critical roles in advancing the holistic wellness of ourselves, our students, and our colleagues.

Leadership (LEAD)

  • Leadership involves both the individual role of a leader and the leadership process of individuals working together to envision, plan, an affect change in organizations and respond to broad-based constituencies and issues. This can include working with students, student affairs colleagues, faculty, and community members.

Student Learning and Development (SLD)

  • Addressing the concepts and principles of student development and learning theory. This includes the ability to apply theory to improve and inform student affairs and teaching practice. 

A complete list of competencies can be found at www.naspa.org or www.myacpa.org.

Qualifications

Enrollment in Master’s program required; School of Education preferred. Generalist experience in student affairs is preferred in the areas of student organizations, leadership, and event planning. Applicant must have a solid understanding of programming and advising student organizations and strong administrative skills. Self-starter attitude and ability to complete tasks in a timely matter would be ideal traits in a successful candidate. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint required. 

Time Commitment and Compensation

A full year commitment is required, open to application for a second term if eligible. Intern will work Monday–Friday (some evenings and/or weekends required) at a rate of $20.00 per hour for 20 hours per week during each academic semester. In addition, 25 hours per week for 3 weeks prior to the start of fall semester, and 6 hours plus one additional week of 25 hours prior to the start of spring semester is required for training and planning purposes.

Hiring Manager

Bob Just, Assistant Director for Leadership Development, SLE

Reporting to the Associate Director, the Graduate Intern will contribute to the short and long
term goals of Student Leadership and Engagement (SLE) and its programs. Working in a variety
of areas, the Intern will use their experience to assist in efforts to reach the departmental
outcomes supporting students' leadership development and promoting student engagement in co-
curricular activities. Specifically, the Intern will assist with the development and coordination of
student organization services offered by SLE in conjunction with the Associated Students of the
University of San Francisco (ASUSF) and the Associated Graduate Students of the University of
San Francisco (AGSUSF).


Responsibilities
Provide general support and advisement for student organizations

  • Conduct outreach to registered student organizations to strengthen organizational capacity including compliance with policies, recruitment and retention, event planning, leadership transition, and access to resources
  • Coordinate the tracking and compliance of selective membership processes for undergraduate student organizations (including fraternities and sororities) and assist with the planning of community-wide programming, including topics of risk management, new member education, and leadership development
  • Coordinate the registration and orientation process for student organizations and provide support with financial processes and other resources

Provide support for student involvement in Greek Life

  • Assist with compiling and updating Greek membership records and semester reports
  • Advise Greek organizations that need additional assistance such as those facing retention concerns, not meeting membership minimums, etc.
  • Assist with advising the ASUSF Greek Council including the development of training/retreats, planning and execution of activities and programs, budget planning process, and the recruitment, selection, advising, and evaluation of executive officers

SLE Departmental/Program Support

  • Provide support for SLE departmental signature programs including but not limited to Involvement Fairs, Student Leadership Conference, and Student Leadership Awards
  • Participate in department/unit/division activities including meetings, retreats, events, and staff development
  • Other duties as assigned

Professional Competencies
Outlined by ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners
(2015), the primary competency areas that the graduate intern will develop, include:

Advising and Supporting (A/S)

  • Providing advising and support to individuals and groups through direction, feedback, critique, referral, and guidance. Through developing advising and supporting strategies that take into account self-knowledge and the needs of others, we play critical roles in advancing the holistic wellness of ourselves, our students, and our colleagues.

Leadership (LEAD)

  • Leadership involves both the individual role of a leader and the leadership process of individuals working together to envision, plan, an affect change in organizations and respond to broad-based constituencies and issues. This can include working with students, student affairs colleagues, faculty, and community members.

Organizational and Human Resources (OHR)

  • Student affairs professionals bring personal strengths and grow as managers through challenging themselves to build new skills in the selection, supervision, motivation, and formal evaluation of staff; resolution of conflict; management of the politics of the organizational discourse; and the effective application of strategies and techniques associated with financial resources, facilities management, fundraising, technology, crisis management, risk management and sustainable resources.

A complete list of competencies can be found at www.naspa.org or www.myacpa.org.


Qualifications
Enrollment in Master’s program required; School of Education preferred. Generalist experience
in student affairs is preferred in the areas of student organizations, leadership, and event
planning. Applicant must have a solid understanding of programming and advising student
organizations and strong administrative skills. Self-starter attitude and ability to complete tasks
in a timely matter would be ideal traits in a successful candidate. Proficiency with Microsoft
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required.


Time Commitment and Compensation
A full year commitment is required, open to application for a second term if eligible. Intern will
work Monday–Friday (some evenings and/or weekends required) at a rate of $20.00 per hour for
20 hours per week during each academic semester. In addition, 25 hours per week for 3 weeks
prior to the start of fall semester, and 6 hours plus one additional week of 25 hours prior to the
start of spring semester is required for training and planning purposes.


Hiring Manager
César Delgadillo, Associate Director, SLE

2020-2021 Job Description:

GENERAL SCOPE OF POSITION

The Residential Operations Manager is a ten-month live-in graduate intern position. When classes are not in session, the intern position is full-time (35 hours per week); when classes are in session, the position is part-time (25 hours per week).  The intern supervises the overall residence hall front desk staff and operation for 2-3 residential communities of between 100-500 residents. The intern works with a Central Staff supervisor and two other graduate interns on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive front desk operational and security program.  The intern supervises a student Community Office Manager at each of the desks for which they are responsible and indirectly supervises 40 – 60 Community Assistants. The intern is also a member of an on-call duty rotation to respond to after-hours desk and staffing issues.

The intern is expected to be involved at the Departmental, Divisional, and University levels.  Such involvement may include serving on committees, working on special projects, and undertaking special assignments.  Possible areas of involvement include but are not limited to staff training;  staff selection and recruitment,  departmental opening/closing processes, student leadership development; academic initiatives; alcohol and other drug (AOD) education; multicultural and social justice education; orientation; and health and wellness.  Each Residential Operations Manager will be assigned a specialization of desk operations to focus 

 

II. ACCOUNTABILITY TO UNIVERSITY MISSION, VISION, AND VALUES

As part of the larger staff in Student Life, the intern collaborates and cooperates across divisions and departments to create a supportive University community that encourages student learning and development in the Jesuit Catholic tradition and commits to:

  • Promoting a common good that includes the needs of all students.
  • Engaging differences in a manner that allows students to learn from the diversity of perspectives, experiences and traditions that exist within the University community.
  • Providing experiences that challenge students to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially, culturally and morally in order to prepare them to contribute to the University community.
  • Drawing out the leadership qualities inherent in every individual, and to providing opportunities for students to apply knowledge and skills.
  • Creating an environment that supports a socially responsible way of being together in community.
  • Recognizing and celebrating the achievements and contributions of all students.

III. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Staff Development and Supervision

  • Supervisor 2-3 Community Office Managers and indirectly supervise 40-60 Community Assistants. 
  • Assist in the recruitment, selection, supervision and training of paraprofessional Community Office Managers and Community Assistants.
  • Assist Community Desk Staff with personal and professional concerns.
  • Assist in the recruitment and selection of professional staff.
  • Develop rapport and maintain contacts with members of the Student Housing and Residential Education staff (including Resident Advisors, Community Desk Staff, other graduate assistant staff, and full-time professional staff).
  • Maintain office hours to facilitate staff contact.

Individual Student Development and Contact

  • Collaborate with the SHaRE and Student Life staff to implement principles of community and student development that actively foster a sense of community within the assigned residence halls. Assume a leadership role in teaching those principles to Community Office Managers, Community Assistants and other residents.
  • Educate students about rights and responsibilities through student conduct meetings.
  • Confront students regarding inappropriate behavior.
  • Assist residents with personal concerns and make appropriate referrals.
  • Maintain office hours to facilitate student contact.

Physical Facilities, Environment, Safety and Security

  • Coordinate residence hall front desk operations for 3 – 4 assigned buildings. 
  • Complete tracking and audits of front desk resources and charges.
  • Assist in the opening and closing of the residence halls.
  • Assist with residence hall security through appropriate safety precautions and emergency training for staff. 
  • Support and help manage facilities through communicating, tracking and following up with problems to the Facilities Management Department and larger issues to the Associate Director for Facilities and Operations.
  • Ensure that desk operations smoothly transition to and from the summer sessions.
  • Participate in campus-wide duty coverage to ensure appropriate response to desk issues and to ensure continuous staffing of residence hall front desks.

Other Duties

  • Maintain liaison relationship with other University departments.
  • Participate in departmental/divisional development activities as appropriate.
  • Serve on selected department and University committees.
  • Other duties as assigned (by the Assistant Director for Services Operations, Associate Director for Facilities and Operations, Senior Director of Student Housing and Residential Education and/or Vice Provost of Student Life or designee).

IV. SUPERVISION RECEIVED

The intern reports to and is supervised by the Assistant Director for Service Operations. Verbal contact is expected on a regular and frequent basis.  Written reports may be expected concerning specific situations. Decisions involving delegated areas should be communicated to and/or made in consultation with the supervisor.

 

V. QUALIFICATIONS

One year of housing and/or transferable student affairs experience preferred. Contract begins July 13, 2020.

 

VI. COMPENSATION

A full-year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. Intern or staff will work at a rate of $15.59 per hour. 35 hours per week prior to the semester starting, 25 hours per week during the semester. The intern will also be provided a furnished single-occupancy suite and meal plan. Funding support for professional development  in the amount of $350 will be provided by the host department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

 

VII. CONTACT/HIRING MANAGER: Assistant Director of Service Operations, Student Housing and Residential Education. 

Roster of Placements

Universities and positions where interns have been placed previously.

  • California College of the Arts
    • Consent Education
    • Coordinator for Student Activities
  • Dominican University
    • Student Organizations and Leadership Coordinator
  • Holy Names University
    • Assistant Hall Director
    • Graduate Assistant for Campus Events and Student Activities
    • Graduate Assistant for Clubs and Organizations
    • Graduate Assistant for New Student Programs and Leadership
  • University of California, Berkeley
    • Graduate Assistant for Orientation
  • University of San Francisco
    • Graduate Assistant for America Reads
    • Assistant Residence Director
    • Base Achievement, Success, and Engagement (BASE) Intern
    • Graduate Intern for Campus Activities
    • Graduate Intern for the Department of Leadership Studies, School of Education
    • Graduate Intern for Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach (DECO)
    • Graduate Intern for the Gender & Sexuality Center
    • Graduate Intern for the Intercultural Center
    • Graduate Intern for Leadership Programs
    • Graduate Intern for New Student Orientation 
    • Graduate Intern for the Learning Center
    • Residential Operations Manager
    • Graduate Intern for Student Organizations