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 Mike de Vera, Program Manager of Student Engagement, regarding graduate internships: mdevera2@usfca.edu.

Internship Placement Timeline

Only students who are admitted into a USF graduate program for the 2019-2020 academic year are eligible to apply for these employment opportunities. 

The placement timeline is as follows:

  • Thursday, January 24: Internship Application Available
  • Thursday, January 31 at noon: Internship Application Due
  • Week of February 11–15: Phone Interviews
  • Friday, March 8: Round 2 Interviews at HESA Preview Days
  • Monday, March 18–Thursday, April 11: Internship Offers Made* 

*Upon receiving an offer, students will have three business days to accept their offer.

Application

All positions offered are listed below. Only positions with anticipated openings will be reflected on the application. The 2019-20 internship application will be available January 24. 

Compensation

Note: We are still in the process of updating the compensation chart for the 19-20 academic year. 

Compensation differs per each opportunity. Please review the chart carefully.

Position Title Institution Host Dept. Hourly Commitment Wage Annual Salary Housing Other
Consent Education California College of the Arts, SF Office of Student Life 40 weeks x 20 hrs $15.00 per hour for around 800 hours per year $12,000 Single room in shared apartment On campus professional development
Coordinator for Student Activities California College of the Arts, SF Office of the Dean of Students 40 weeks x 20 hrs (some weeks will be 30 hours) $17.00 per hour for around 800 hours per year ~$13,600 Single room in shared apartment On campus professional development
Diversity and Inclusion California College of the Arts, SF Office of Student Life 40 weeks x 20 hrs (some weeks will be 30 hours) $15.00 per hour for around 800 hours per year $12,000 Single room in shared apartment On campus professional development
Access and Case Management (GIACM) California College of the Arts, SF/OAK Office of the Dean of Students 40 weeks x 20 hrs $15.00 per hour for up to 800 hours per year $12,000 N/A On campus professional development
MAPS Peer Mentor Program Intern College of Marin Counseling/Educational Success Programs 20hours/week, Aug 1st-May 31st $22.00 per hour N/A N/A On campus professional development
Student Activities and Leadership Dominican University Student Life 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 4 weeks x 25 hrs 22 bi-monthly payments of $589.57 $12,971 Single $350 in Professional Development; Meal Plan
Graduate Assistant for New Student Programs & Leadership Holy Names University Student Development & Engagement 52 weeks x 24 hrs Monthly stipend of $916.67 $11,000 Furnished single Meal plan; On campus professional development
Graduate Assistant Hall Director Holy Names University Student Development & Engagement 52 weeks x 24 hrs Monthly stipend of $916.67 $11,000 Furnished single Meal plan; On campus professional development
Community Development Program Coordinator San Francisco Art Institute Student Affairs- Housing and Residential Life 51 weeks x 24-27 hours $500/month stipend ($2000/term of Fall, Spring, and Summer) $12,000 Single room with community kitchen $500 in Café Cash ($250 in each Fall and Spring) Professional Development budget of $1,000
Residential Coordinator San Francisco State University Residential Life 40-44 weeks x 16 hours. During professional training, student leader training, and opening we move them to 40 per week to accommodate them being a part of all training (this is part of July and all of August) $18.99 per hour for 680 to 748 hours per year $12,580 - $13,838 Studio apartment Meal Plan; $750 professional development funding, and other professional development opportunities on campus
Volunteer and Community Engagement Assistant San Jose State University Cesar E. Chavez Community Action Center 25 hours a week $18.50 per hour with part-time benefits N/A N/A Funding for one regional conference(or professional development cost equivalent), SJSU professional development opportunities, free clipper card, staff rate parking
Graduate Assistant for Orientation UC Berkeley New Student Services 14-month appointment (July 2019-Sept. 2020); average 15-20 hours/ week during academic year and average 25-30 hours/week during summer $22.50/hour N/A N/A Professional Development Funds, including registration, housing, and food for NODA Annual Conference and NODA Region II Conference
America Reads USF McCarthy Center 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 4 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for up to 740 hours per year $14,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Campus Activities USF Student Leadership & Engagement 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 6 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for approx. 790 hours per year $15,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
DECO Graduate Intern USF Diversity Outreach & Community Engagement 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 4 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for up to 740 hours per year $14,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Gender and Sexuality Center USF Cultural Centers 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 6 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for approx. 790 hours per year $15,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Intercultural Center USF Cultural Centers 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 6 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for approx. 790 hours per year $15,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Leadership Programs USF Student Leadership & Engagement 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 6 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for approx. 790 hours per year $15,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
New Student & Family Programs USF New Student & Family Programs 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 4 weeks x 25 hrs; 2.8 weeks x 35 hrs $20.00 per hour for up to 838 hours per year $16,760 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Peer Tutoring USF Learning and Writing Center 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 4 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for up to 740 hours per year $14,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Student Organizations USF Student Leadership & Engagement 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 6 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for approx. 790 hours per year $15,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Supplemental Instruction USF Learning and Writing Center 32 weeks x 20 hrs; 4 weeks x 25 hrs $20.00 per hour for up to 740 hours per year $14,800 N/A $350 in Professional Development
Assistant Residence Director USF Student Housing and Residential Education 33 weeks x 25 hrs; 8 weeks x 35 hrs $15.00 per hour for approx. 1105 hours per year $16,575 Single Meal Plan, $350 in Professional Development
Residential Operations Manager USF Student Housing and Residential Education 33 weeks x 25 hrs; 8 weeks x 35 hrs $15.00 per hour for approx. 1105 hours per year $16,575 Single Meal Plan, $350 in Professional Development

USF Graduate Internships

*The site will be continually updated with new placement information until January 24, 2019.  

**This is a list of all internships available through SAIP.  Scroll to the bottom of each position description for vacancy information.  

America Reads Graduate Intern Position
Engage San Francisco, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and Common Good

Located in the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, Engage San Francisco is an intentional, systematic and transformative university-community initiative that will achieve community-identified outcomes supporting children, youth and families in the Western Addition through student learning, research and teaching consistent with University of San Francisco’s mission and vision 2028. This university-wide initiative supports African American neighbors living below San Francisco’s poverty level to achieve their full potential in education, health, career development, and housing.

 

The America Reads Graduate Assistant works closely with the staff of Engage San Francisco to oversee undergraduate tutors who provide literacy tutoring to local elementary schools within the San Francisco Unified School District and Western Addition after-school programs. The Graduate Assistant is responsible for overseeing and coordinating an extensive database of tutor information, hiring, training, and supervising America Reads tutors (all undergraduate students), keeping in regular contact with America Reads sites, instructors, observing and coaching tutors and communicating daily with participating tutors.
 

Primary Activities
Responsibilities within this position include but are not limited to:

  1. Recruiting, interviewing, and hiring suitable tutors for the program; ensuring each tutor meets requirements and completes all parts of the application process.

  2. Organizing an orientation for new and returning tutors at the start of each semester; researching, planning, and facilitating tutor trainings and meetings throughout the semester; collaborating with different offices across campus to create robust trainings and learning opportunities for the America Reads tutors.

  3. Serving as a contact person and supervisor for the America Reads tutors and trouble-shooting problems, when necessary.

  4. Placing new and returning tutors at America Reads sites.

  5. Helping to ensure open communication between sites, tutors, program/training staff, including 1-2 site visits per semester.

  6. Organizing timesheets and tutor logs.

  7. Creating, overseeing, and/or maintaining the filing system and database for the tutors

  8. Providing instructional coaching of tutors through on-site observations, assessment rubrics and one-on-one meetings.

  9. Ensuring that mid-term, beginning-of-term, and end-of-term assessment data is analyzed and distributed.

  10. Compiling end-of-term report (fall) and end-of-year report (spring).
     

Additional Expectations

  1. Maintaining positive working relationships with USF faculty, staff and students and community partners.

  2. Collaborating with other Engage San Francisco/ Leo T. McCarthy Center programs on joint campus events.

  3. Participating in Leo T. McCarthy Center events and professional development opportunities.

  4. Modeling appropriate professional attitudes and behaviors to staff, faculty, students, and community partners, both on-and-off campus.

  5. Demonstrated cultural humility and ability to work with diverse populations.

  6. Understanding and sensitivity regarding issues of race, class, gender and power, particularly in relation to campus community partnerships.

 

Professional Competencies
Outlined by ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners (2016), the primary competency areas that the graduate intern will develop, include:

  • Social Justice and Inclusion (SJI): A process and a goal to create learning environments that foster equitable participation of all groups while seeking to address and acknowledge issues of oppression, privilege, and power. Seeking to meet the needs of all groups, equitably distributing resources, raising social consciousness, and repairing past and current harms on campus communities.
     

  • 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.

 

Qualifications

Enrollment in Masters degree program required. USF’s School of Education applicants are preferred. Eligibility for federal student aid (FAFSA) REQUIRED. The position requires strong organizational and communication skills, a strong interest in education and early literacy, computer skills, and the ability to work with others. Maintaining professionalism under stress is a must. Prior tutor experience with K-5th grade is helpful. Prior experience with program coordination and experience working in K-8 education is also helpful, but not necessary to apply.
 

Time Commitment and Compensation
A full year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. This position will work M-F (some evenings and/or weekends required) at a rate of $20.00 per hour for up to 370 hours per semester (25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the start of the semester; 20 hours per week during the semester). Funding support for professional development or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the host department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

Supervisor
Literacy Program Manager, Engage San Francisco

Application Procedure
Visit http://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/graduate-internships for details on how to apply.   You may contact Karin Cotterman (kmcotterman@usfca.edu or 415-422-5469) if you have questions.  


USF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  We particularly encourage minority and women applicants to apply for all positions.  The University provides reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities upon request.

Established as San Francisco’s first Institution of higher learning in 1855, the University of San Francisco presently serves over 9,000 students in arts and sciences, management, education, nursing, and law.  The University is a private Catholic and Jesuit Institution and particularly welcomes candidates who desire to work in such an environment.



Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

Department: Student Housing and Residential Education 

I. GENERAL SCOPE OF POSITION

The Assistant Residence Director (ARD) is a ten-month live-in graduate internship position. When classes are not in session (July 15 – August 19, 2019, and January 2 – 20, 2020), the ARD position is full-time (35 hours per week); when classes are in session, the position is part-time (25 hours per week). The ARD works with the supervising Residence Director (RD) on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive community and student development program and assists in the supervision of between 8 and 16 Resident Advisors (RAs). The ARD also is a member of the student life campus on-call duty rotation.

The Assistant Residence Director 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; student leadership development; academic initiatives; alcohol and other drug (AOD) education; multicultural and social justice education; orientation; and health and wellness.

In weeks when class is in session, it is estimated that the ARD will have 8 hours of work related to implementation of the residential curriculum and supervision of resident advisors, 6 hours of departmental or building administrative work and meetings, 5 hours of interaction and support of the residence hall student government, 3 hours of conduct meetings and follow-up, and 3 hours of duty and incident response. The ARD may work up to 10 additional hours/week during the peak times of Fall Training, Winter Training, opening, and closing for a total of up to 35 hours/week.

II. ACCOUNTABILITY TO UNIVERSITY MISSION, VISION, AND VALUES

As part of the larger staff in Student Life, the ARD 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 Contact

  1. Assist in the recruitment, selection, supervision, and training of paraprofessional Resident Advisors.

  2. Assist Resident Advisors with personal and professional concerns.

  3. Assist in the recruitment and selection of professional staff.

  4. 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).

  5. Maintain office hours to facilitate staff contact.

Student Group Development and Advising

  1. Assist in recruitment of student government members for Residence Hall Council (RHC), Residence Hall Association (RHA), and other student leadership opportunities.

  2. Advise a Residence Hall Council. Advisory responsibilities include attending weekly meetings, facilitating the growth of members through training, meeting with executive council, etc.

  3. Develop rapport and maintain contact with student leaders.

Individual Student Development and Contact

  1. Collaborate with the Residence Director(s), Resident Ministers, and other Student Life staff to implement principles of the residential curriculum that actively foster a sense of community within the residence hall or apartment-style community. Assume a leadership role in teaching departmental values to Resident Advisors, Residence Hall Council, and other residents.

  2. Initiate and support faculty, student, and staff interaction. Work with student staff members to facilitate resident attendance at University programs on campus. Assist with faculty involvement efforts in the residential community.

  3. Educate students about rights and responsibilities through student conduct meetings.

  4. Confront students regarding inappropriate behavior.

  5. Assist students with personal concerns and make appropriate referrals.

  6. Maintain office hours to facilitate student contact.

Physical Facilities, Environment, Safety and Security

  1. Assist in the opening and closing of the residence hall.

  2. Assist with residence hall security through appropriate safety precautions and emergency training for staff.

  3. Communicate facilities problems to facilities management and the Associate Director for Facilities and Operations.

  4. Assist with health and safety inspections once per semester.

  5. Participate in campus-wide duty coverage among the Assistant Residence Directors.

Other Duties

  1. Maintain liaison relationship with other University departments.

  2. Participate in departmental/divisional development activities as appropriate.

  3. Serve on selected department and University committees.

  4. Other duties as assigned (by the Residence Director, Assistant Director, Senior Director of Student Housing and Residential Education and/or Vice Provost of Student Life or designee).

IV. SUPERVISION RECEIVED

The Assistant Residence Director reports to and is supervised by a professional full-time staff Residence Director. 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 Residence Director.

V. QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's degree required, must be concurrently enrolled in a graduate degree program at the University of San Francisco; 1 year of residence life and/or transferable student affairs experience preferred. Contract begins Monday, July 15, 2019.

VI. COMPENSATION

A full year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. Intern will work at a rate of $15.00 per hour. 35 hours per week for 8 weeks 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, MUNI pass, or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the host department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

VII. CONTACT/HIRING MANAGER

Alvin Mangosing, Assistant Director, Student Housing and Residential Education

VIII. APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please visit https://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/student-affairs-internship-program for details on how to apply.

The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic university founded in 1855 to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and to contribute to the mission of the University.

USF is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to affirmative action and to excellence through diversity. The University provides reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities upon request.

Revised January 2018

Total Positions: 5
Anticipated Openings: 2


Graduate Intern for Campus Activities

Student Leadership and Engagement

Division of Student Life

 

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 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 advising the Campus Activities Board, supporting the development of the executive board and implementation of campus-wide events, and assisting with implementation of student event incentive initiatives.

 

Responsibilities

Assist with advising the Campus Activities Board

  • Advise 7 officers and appointed committee chairs on the development of campus wide activities, including oversight of special event implementation, management, and budgeting processes

  • Participate in selection, training, and evaluation for officers, as well as contribute to their development as leaders

  • Facilitate weekly check-in meetings with officers

  • Attend and provide oversight at all Campus Activities Board events, programs, and meetings

 

Provide support for the development and implementation of campus-wide events

  • Assist with oversight of special event implementation and management for events sponsored by SLE and/or ASUSF

  • Encourage and support collaboration on events and activities that promote campus history and traditions

 

Assist with the development and coordination of student event incentive initiatives

  • Coordinate marketing, prizes, and administration of an incentive program

  • Publicize events to increase awareness, participation, and satisfaction

  • Assess and interpret data received from student event tracking

  • Evaluate the impact of initiatives and consolidate recommended improvements

 

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 (320 hours for fall and 320 hours for spring). 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. Funding support for professional development or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

 

Hiring Manager

Rich Dillon

Associate Director, SLE

 

Application Procedure

Visit http://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/graduate-internships for details on how to apply.

 

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 0

Department: Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach 

Reporting directly to the Diversity and Community Relations Program Manager, the Graduate Intern will support a range of diversity and inclusion events, activities, initiatives, and committees. The Intern is responsible for promoting the educational and programmatic initiatives of the Office in collaboration with diversity office staff and colleagues across the University, while gaining exposure to the operation of an administrative unit within the Provost’s Office.

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 0

Department: Cultural Centers 


Under the supervision of an Assistant Director of The Cultural Centers and with support from the Cultural Centers staff, the intern is responsible for developing and promoting the educational and programmatic initiatives of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) while gaining exposure to the operation of this administrative unit within student affairs. Particular focus will include partnership initiatives with the various academic and student affairs areas.

A full job description to post soon.  Check back later! 


Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

Department: Cultural Centers 

Under the supervision of an Assistant Director of The Cultural Centers and with support from the Cultural Centers staff, the intern is responsible for developing and promoting the educational and programmatic initiatives of the Intercultural Center (IC), while gaining exposure to the operation of this administrative unit within student affairs. Particular focus will include partnership initiatives with the various academic and student affairs areas.

A full job description to post soon.  Check back later! 

Total Positions: 1
Anticipated Openings: 1

Graduate Intern for Leadership Programs

Student Leadership and Engagement

Division of Student Life

 

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 (320 hours for fall and 320 hours for spring). 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. Funding support for professional development or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

 

Hiring Manager

Bob Just

Assistant Director for Leadership Development, SLE

 

Application Procedure

Visit http://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/graduate-internships for details on how to apply.  

 

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 0

Graduate Intern for New Student & Family Programs

Student Engagement Unit

 Division of Student Life

 

Reporting to the Director for New Student & Family Programs, the Graduate Intern will contribute to the short and long-term goals of the department and its programs. Working in a variety of areas, the Intern will use their experience to help shape the delivery of new student & family programs and services in an effort to reach the departmental outcomes supporting students' leadership development and promoting student engagement in co-curricular activities. Specifically, the Intern will assist with the coordination and implementation of New Student & Family Orientation, the advising of the Get Oriented (GO) Team, and the implementation of USF101 and its Peer Mentor Program.

 

New Student & Family Programs Mission

The mission of New Student Programs is to provide new students the information and activities needed to transition smoothly to the University of San Francisco (USF), and to promote an ongoing relationship between families of all USF students and the University in support of their students’ success at USF.

 

Get Oriented (GO) Team

GO Team strives to cultivate a community of Orientation Leaders who familiarize new students with USF and provide a successful transition into collegiate life.

 

New Student & Family Orientation

NSFO is a three-day orientation program that takes place the weekend before classes begin at USF. Participants will hear from numerous university administrators, faculty members, and current students about how to thrive as a student and how family members can partner with the University to support their student’s success at USF.

 

Week of Welcome (WOW)

Taking place during the first week of classes, WOW is packed with information about all the many programs, services, and academic resources at USF to help make new students transition to college easier.

 

Family Weekend

Family Weekend is a social event that connects families to the USF co-curricular experience and time for them to gauge their student’s success at USF. Signature events include the following: Welcome Reception, Mini Carnival, Deans’ Brunch, and the President’s Luncheon.

 

USF 101

USF101 is a one-credit course for first-year students to aid in their transition to college. Each course has a peer mentor that collaborates with the instructor and shares their insight and journey as a current student at USF.

 

 

 

General Responsibilities

1.  Assist in the recruitment, selection, evaluation, and/or training/development of student leaders

  • Assist with the supervision of 40 undergraduate returning and orientation leaders - Get Orientation (GO) Team
  • Oversee the advertising, interviews, selection, evaluation, and training processes
  • Assist with the planning of the GO Team Spring Retreat
  • Organize and schedule guest presenters from University offices and the San Francisco community to present on campus resources and relevant topics for student leaders

 

2.  Assist in creating and implementing programs to address the needs of students in transition

  • Assist in creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for new student and their family members
  • Oversee logistics of various events, including but not limited to orientation check-in, student staff placement, and announcements
  • Work closely with University staff and departments to develop programs to support the transition of new students to the USF community
  • Assist with the development and implementation of office assessments and inventories to appropriately track and monitor program interest and feedback

 

3.  Assist with supporting the mission and goals of New Student & Family Programs

  • Provide support and assistance for all programs
  • Assist in the implementation and planning of large-scale events including, but not limited to Dons Fest, Family Reception, Evening Events, Move-in Day, Off-Campus Student Program, Family Weekend, Week of Welcome, etc.
  • Assist with publicity and marketing of programs and oversee social networking outreach efforts

 

4. Assist with the development and implementation of USF 101

  • Support the development of USF 101 marketing, website, and social media
  • Aid in the assessment of USF 101, instructors, and Peer Mentors
  • Co-coordinate resources and support for USF 101 instructors
  • Assist with the development and implementation of USF 101 Peer Mentor program or potentially serve as a peer mentor to first-year students
  • Create and implement elements of USF 101 Peer Mentor training

 

5.  Perform other duties as assigned

  • The graduate intern is encouraged to be creative and offer new ideas
  • Serve as a liaison for New Student & Family Programs to other University departments
  • Respond to inquiries from new students and family members regarding new student & family programs (answering phones, responding to emails, etc.)
  • Assist with maintaining and updating Orientation and GO Team website
 

 

Professional Competencies

Outlined by ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners (2016), the primary competency areas that the graduate intern will develop, include:

 

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.

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.

Advising and Support (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.

Social Justice and Inclusion (SJI)

  • A process and a goal to create learning environments that foster equitable participation of all groups while seeking to address and acknowledge issues of oppression, privilege, and power. Seeking to meet the needs of all groups, equitably distributing resources, raising social consciousness, and repairing past and current harms on campus communities.

 

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

 

 

Qualifications

Enrollment in a Masters program required; School of Education preferred. Generalist experience in student affairs is preferred in the areas of orientation, transition, and student leadership development. Applicant must have a solid understanding of the needs of new students, facilitation, advising/supervising student leaders, and event planning. The ability to work independently, be flexible and 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. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. Intern will work M-F (some evenings and/or weekends required) at a rate of $20.00 per hour for up to 370 hours per semester (plus 98 additional hours in the summer), 25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the semester starting, 20 hours per week during the semester. Funding support for professional development or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the host department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

 

 

Hiring Manager:

Lamonte Stamps, Director for New Student & Family Programs

 

Application Procedure:

Visit http://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/graduate-internships for details on how to apply.

 

Total Positions: 2
Anticipated Openings: 2

 

Peer Tutoring Graduate Intern Position
The Learning Center, Division of Student Life

The mission of The Learning Center is to provide students and staff with opportunities to increase and enhance their academic skills and abilities through cultivating effective learning practices. We support investment in learning and studying and respect individual learning styles. We believe in creating an environment that is conducive to learning as well as serving as role models. With the goal of creating lifelong learners, we strive to support students' endeavors towards self-confidence and higher academic achievement and performance.

The Learning Center provides course-specific support in a variety of academic subjects. Peer Tutors are current USF students who have demonstrated academic excellence in their subject and receive on-going training in fostering academic success in others. Peer Tutors are available for 1:1 appointments and small group appointments. While Graduate Interns do not tutor, they play an important role in assisting tutors develop the necessary skills to promote higher-order thinking skills (i.e. Bloom’s Taxonomy) for a deeper understanding of course material and learning strategies.

Primary Activities
Responsibilities within this position include but are not limited to:

1. Supervising and serving as a resource for all Peer Tutors
2. Observing Tutoring appointments and providing performance feedback
3. Assisting with the development and delivery of ongoing trainings and staff meetings in alignment with College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) guidelines
4. Managing tutor requests by connecting students to the appropriate form of academic support
5. Managing all scheduling processes and serving as the lead point of contact for Peer Tutor scheduling questions/concerns
6. Assisting with designing, organizing, and analyzing new and existing online tutoring environments
7. Managing weekly programmatic email updates that inform staff on upcoming deadlines and pertinent information
8. Working closely with the Learning Center Director to identify and pursue opportunities for tutor recognition and program promotion of services within the campus community
9. Assisting in the preparation and approval processes for all Peer Tutor timesheet submissions
10. Completing other duties as assigned by the Learning Center Director

Additional Expectations

1. Maintaining positive working relationships with USF faculty and staff
2. Collaborating with other Learning Center programs on joint campus events (i.e. Tutorpalooza)
3. Participating in Learning Center events and professional development opportunities 4. Modeling appropriate professional attitudes and behaviors to staff, faculty, students, and others on and off campus

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:

• 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.

• 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.

• Advising and Supporting (A/S): Addressing the knowledge, skills, and dispositions related to 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.

• Social Justice and Inclusion (SJI): This competency area 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

Qualifications
Applicants who are graduate students enrolled in USF’s School of Education are preferred. This position requires strong organizational and communication skills, a strong interest in education and adult learning theory, strong computer skills, and the ability to work effectively with others. The ability to maintain professionalism under stress is also required. Prior tutoring and/or supervisory experience is preferred.

Time Commitment and Compensation
A full year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. This position will work M-F (some evenings and/or weekends required) at a rate of $20.00 per hour for up to 370 hours per semester (25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the start of the semester; 20 hours per week during the semester). Funding support for professional development, or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the host department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

Supervisor
Director, The Learning Center

Application Procedure
Please contact lwc@office.usfca.edu or 415-422-6713 for details on how to apply.

More information about our Peer Tutoring program can be found here: https://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/lwc/peer-tutoring-information


USF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We particularly encourage minority and women applicants to apply for all positions. The University provides reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities upon request.

Established as San Francisco’s first Institution of higher learning in 1855, the University of San Francisco presently serves over 9,000 students in arts and sciences, management, education, nursing, and law. The University is a private Catholic and Jesuit Institution and particularly welcomes candidates who desire to work in such an environment.

Updated 12.07.2018


Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 0

RESIDENTIAL OPERATIONS MANAGER POSITION DESCRIPTION

I. GENERAL SCOPE OF POSITION

The Residential Operations Manager is a ten-month live-in graduate intern position. When classes are not in session (July 15 – August 19, 2019 and January 1 –20, 2020), 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 students. 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; 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

In weeks when class is in session, it is estimated that the intern will have 14 hours of work related to managing assigned front desks, 5 hours of departmental meetings, 3 hours of conduct meetings and follow-up, and 3 hours of duty response. The intern may work up to 4 additional hours/week during the peak times of opening and closing for a total of 29 hours/week.

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 Contact

1. Assist in the recruitment, selection, supervision and training of paraprofessional

Community Office Managers and Community Assistants. 2. Assist Community Desk Staff with personal and professional concerns. 3. Assist in the recruitment and selection of professional staff. 4. 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). 5. Maintain office hours to facilitate staff contact.

Individual Student Development and Contact

1. 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. 2. Educate students about rights and responsibilities through student conduct meetings. 3. Confront students regarding inappropriate behavior. 4. Assist residents with personal concerns and make appropriate referrals. 5. Maintain office hours to facilitate student contact.

Physical Facilities, Environment, Safety and Security

1. Coordinate residence hall front desk operations for 3 – 4 assigned buildings. This

includes supervising, hiring and training Community Office Managers and approximately 18 Community Assistants per building. 2. Assist in the opening and closing of the residence halls. 3. Assist with residence hall security through appropriate safety precautions and

emergency training for staff. 4. 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. 5. Ensure that desk operations smoothly transition to and from the summer sessions. 6. 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

1. Maintain liaison relationship with other University departments.
2. Participate in departmental/divisional development activities as appropriate.
3. Serve on selected department and University committees.
4. 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

Bachelor's degree required, must be concurrently enrolled in a graduate degree program at the University of San Francisco; 1 year of residence life and/or transferable student affairs experience preferred. Contract begins July 16, 2019.

VI. COMPENSATION

A full-year commitment is required. Must reapply at the end of the 1st year for a 2nd term. Intern will work at a rate of $15.00 per hour. 35 hours per week for 8 weeks 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.

VIII. APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please visit

https://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/student-affairs-internship-program for details on how to apply.


The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic university founded in 1855 to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and to contribute to the mission of the University.

USF is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to affirmative action and to excellence through diversity. The University provides reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities upon request.



Total Positions: 3
Anticipated Openings: 2

Graduate Intern for Student Organizations

Student Leadership and Engagement

Division of Student Life

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 advisement for student organizations including, but not limited to: event planning, ASUSF and AGSUSF funding, leadership development, and financial procedures

  • Advise and assist with supervision of undergraduate Student Organization Consultants

  • Conduct outreach to registered student organizations to strengthen organizational capacity including compliance with policies, recruitment and retention, utilization of OrgSync, event planning, leadership transition, and access to resources

  • Present workshops and conduct outreach on involvement, student organization resources, and other leadership topics

  • Coordinate marketing, review, awards, and processing for AGSUSF Development Funding, AGSUSF Events Funding, and AGSUSF Conference Funding awards

  • Assist student organizations with the completion and submittal of financial forms and provide resources on fundraising

  • Manage and maintain AGSUSF Development Funding, AGSUSF Events Funding, and AGSUSF Conference Funding accounts including tracking expenditures and income, budget reconciliation, writing reports, planning, and proposing a budget for the next year

 

Assist with Graduate Student Organization Registration and Orientation

  • Advise students interested in starting a new graduate student organization

  • Coordinate marketing, distribution, collection, review, follow-up, and approval for Graduate Student Organization Registration

  • Develop and implement Graduate Student Organization Orientation sessions

  • Maintain updated graduate student organization directory and files

 

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.

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 (320 hours for fall and 320 hours for spring). 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. Funding support for professional development or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided by the department. Please note all compensation is taxable.

 

Hiring Manager

César Delgadillo

Associate Director, SLE

 

Application Procedure

Visit http://myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/graduate-internships for details on how to apply.

 

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 0

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Graduate Intern Position The Learning Center, Division of Student Life

The mission of The Learning Center is to provide students and staff with opportunities to increase and enhance their academic skills and abilities through cultivating effective learning practices. We support investment in learning and studying and respect individual learning styles. We believe in creating an environment that is conducive to learning as well as serving as role models. With the goal of creating lifelong learners, we strive to support students' endeavors towards self-confidence and higher academic achievement and performance.

The Supplemental Instruction (SI) Program is built upon a national model that targets historically difficult courses and provides regularly-scheduled, peer-facilitated sessions to assist students in understanding course content and developing academic skills. The SI Graduate Intern reports to the Assistant Director of The Learning Center.

Primary Activities

Responsibilities within this position include but are not limited to:

  1. Providing leadership in the implementation of an exemplary and comprehensive SI

    Program

  2. Serving as an assistant SI Supervisor, which includes the hiring, training, and evaluation

    processes for 10 undergraduate student SI Leaders

  3. Meeting regularly with SI Leaders to discuss observations and give feedback on SI

    Sessions, and facilitating bi-weekly staff meetings/trainings

  4. Identifying weaknesses or areas of improvement in the program and making

    recommendations for future policies and practices

  5. Encouraging and assisting SI Leaders in the creation of SI Session materials (i.e. session

    plans and worksheets that include a variety of key learning strategies)

  6. Developing a semester-long marketing/outreach plan and leading all outreach efforts to

    increase student participation in SI Sessions

  7. Reserving rooms on campus and overseeing the processes of staff scheduling and room

    placements

  8. Assisting with the creation and management of assessment and evaluation instruments

    to gather all data associated with the SI Program, such as SI attendance, grades,

    participant surveys, etc.

  9. Ensuring that mid-term, beginning-of-term, and end-of-term assessment data is

    analyzed and distributed

  10. Assisting with the timesheet approval process and payroll procedures for SI Leaders

Adapted from the Supervisor’s Guide to Supplemental Instruction, 2011 Updated 10.24.2018

Additional Expectations

  1. Maintaining positive working relationships with USF faculty and staff

  2. Collaborating with other Learning Center programs on joint campus events (i.e.

    Tutorpalooza)

  3. Participating in Learning Center events and professional development opportunities

  4. Modeling appropriate professional attitudes and behaviors to staff, faculty, students,

    and others on and off campus

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:

  •   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.

  •   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.

    Qualifications

    Applicants who are graduate students enrolled in USF’s School of Education are preferred. This position requires strong organizational and communication skills, a strong interest in education and adult learning theory, strong computer skills, and the ability to work effectively with others. The ability to maintain professionalism under stress is also required. Prior tutoring and/or supervisory experience is preferred.

Adapted from the Supervisor’s Guide to Supplemental Instruction, 2011 Updated 10.24.2018

Time Commitment and Compensation
A full semester commitment is required for Spring 2019, with the opportunity to continue in the position during the 2019-2020 Academic Year. Candidates must reapply at the end of the 1st term for a 2nd term. This position works M-F (some evenings and/or weekends required) at a rate of $20.00 per hour for up to 370 hours per semester (25 hours per week for 2 weeks prior to the start of the semester; 20 hours per week during the semester).

Key dates:

  •   Position start date: Week of January 7-11, 2019

  •   SI Leader Training will be from 8:00-5:00pm on Sunday, January 20, 2019 (co-facilitated

    by graduate intern)

  •   Position end date: Week of May 13-17, 2019

    Funding support for professional development or Dons Dollars in the amount of $350 will be provided. Please note all compensation is taxable.

    Supervisor

    Rachel Brunson, Learning Center Assistant Director

    Application Procedure

    Direct link to the application: https://usfca.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eOHQE9F5VVd1zjD NOTE: Applicants will be asked to submit a resume via email upon submission of the application.

    Please contact lwsc@usfca.edu or 415-422-6713 with questions about this opportunity.

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

 Partnering Institution Graduate Internships

*The site will be continually updated with new placement information until January 24, 2019.  

**This is a list of all internships available through SAIP.  Scroll to the bottom of each position description for vacancy information.  

Office of the Dean of Students
Job Description: Graduate Intern for Access and Case Management (GIACM)
Part-Time (20 Hours/Week)

CCA Intern Program
The California College of the Arts Student Affairs Graduate Internship program prepares students for a wide range of career opportunities in student affairs at the postsecondary level. This program provides students with an opportunity to develop first hand knowledge of the student affairs profession and gain hands on experience in many areas within the Division of Student Affairs at CCA. Furthermore, the CCA Graduate Internship program will afford students the opportunity to analyze the functions of various administrative departments, their relationships to one another and to the institution in order to understand contemporary societal issues and their impact from an institutional perspective. Working with experienced student affairs administrators the Intern will work to improve the quality of life on campus, foster a safe, healthy, and respectful environment, support academic achievement and success, and promote leadership and civic engagement. The Interns also participate in College-wide projects and professional development opportunities and begin developing their professional network.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Assistant Dean of Students for Access and Case Management, this position assists in furthering the mission and focus of the Office of the Dean of Students at CCA. The Graduate Intern for Access and Case Management provides assistance for the oversight and coordination of services for students with disabilities, assist in the management of the Student Health Insurance program, and assists in the support of case management efforts. The primary campus of work will be on the Oakland campus, with flexibility to work on the San Francisco campus as needed.

Responsibilities Include:

● Assist in providing specialized services to students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities

● Participate in the intake process for students requesting accommodations, to help determine eligibility for reasonable accommodations

● Update online resources and materials regarding disability support services as assigned

● Serve as an advocate for students with documented disabilities

● Potential opportunity to supervise work-study students whose duties include note taking assistance, mobility assistance, and others as assigned.

● Support case management efforts around reports from CCA Cares

● Collaborate on health insurance promotion programming covering topics such as management of your health plan, benefits of health plan, and other related topics as identified.

● Create and foster a collaborative and creative partnership with other offices within Student Affairs.

● Assist in the conception, marketing, and implementation of events hosted or co-hosted by the Office of the Dean of Students.

● Develop assessment methods, research, analyze and use results to improve programs.

● Meets regularly with the Assistant Dean of Students for Access and Case Management for supervisory meetings.

● Meets regularly with work study students for training / planning meetings (as necessary).

● Provide a timely response to all requests from students, staff, supervisors, and other College personnel for information and materials as directed.

Live-in Requirements:
No live-in requirement.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean of Students for Access and Case Management.

ACPA / NASPA Professional Competency Areas of Focus:

● Advising and Supporting

● Assessment, Evaluation & Research

● Law, Policy & Governance

● Personal & Ethical Foundations

● Social Justice & Inclusion

● Student Learning & Development

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

● Enrollment in Master's program required; School of Education preferred

● Strong interest in disability support services

● Strong interest in case management in higher education setting

● Interest in student health insurance management

● Experience in program (e.g., workshops, trainings, events, etc.) development and implementation strongly preferred

● Experience working with students with disabilities preferred

● Demonstrated passion and support for all students regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, nationality and/or language.

● Ability to balance collaborative and independent work.

● Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with accuracy and thoroughness.

● Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.

● Knowledge of and sensitivity to the needs and issues of students in the arts/design/architecture fields.

● Proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Excel and strong general computer skills.

● Proficiency in using graphic design software, such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator is strongly preferred.

Time Commitment:

● A full year commitment is required. 2nd year term extended based on satisfactory evaluation at the end of the 1st year. August 1st– May 31st (Summer Intern or Practicum opportunities may be available with the Division of Student Affairs)

Compensation:

● Hourly wage $15.00 per hour. The hours will be limited to when classes are in session for the academic year.

● Access to free college shuttle service between CCA campuses during weekdays while the college is in session.

● Opportunities to participate in CCA’s Student Affairs professional development trainings and workshops.

Work Schedule:

● 20 hours/week with the exception of 30 hours a week during the weeks of RA Training and Orientation in the month of August and the first week staff returns in January.

Supervisor:

● Assistant Dean of Students for Access and Case Management

Application Procedure:

● Please visit www.usfca.edu/studentlife/internships for details on how to apply.

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 0

Institution: California College of the Arts, San Francisco 
Department: Office of Student Life 

The position supports efforts of Student Affairs to educate the college community about CCA's Sexual Misconduct Policy and promotes awareness of sexual assault, rape, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking to empower survivors to identify safe options for bystander intervention, help recognize warning signs of abusive behavior, and prevent people from executing harmful acts.

The full job description will be posted soon.  Check back later! 

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

Office of Student Life Job Description:
Coordinator for Student Activities (CSA)
Part-Time (20 Hours/Week)

CCA Intern Program
The California of the Arts Student Affairs Graduate Internship program prepares graduate students for a wide range of career opportunities in student affairs at the postsecondary level. This program provides graduate students with an opportunity to develop first hand knowledge of the student affairs profession and gain hands on experience in many areas within the Division of Student Affairs at CCA. Furthermore, the CCA Graduate Internship program will afford graduate students the opportunity to analyze the functions of various administrative departments, their relationships to one another and to the institution in order to understand contemporary societal issues and their impact from an institutional perspective. Working with experienced student affairs administrators the Graduate Interns will work to improve the quality of life on campus, foster a safe, healthy, and respectful environment, support academic achievement and success, and promote leadership and civic engagement. The Interns also participate in College-wide projects and professional development opportunities and begin developing their professional network.

Position Purpose:

● To allow a qualified graduate student with significant campus leadership experience to gain added expertise in a variety of Student Affairs areas.

● To support Student Life staff by leading, coordinating, administering, and supporting programs and services

● To enhance the intern’s academic and professional experience by working with various student groups and through leadership development support.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Student Life the Coordinator for Student Activities (CSA) assist in the furthering of the mission and focus of the Student Life program at CCA. The CSA will contribute to the short and long term goals of the department and its programs. Working in a variety of areas, the Intern will use their experience to help reach the departmental outcomes of providing programs and services that support students' participation in co-curricular activities. The CSA will reside in one of CCA’s San Francisco based residence halls. The CSA position will have a key area of focus - Health & Wellness - but will collaborate with with other student affairs graduate interns at CCA across other initiatives.

Responsibilities Include:

● Attend mandatory, regularly scheduled Student Life Intern meetings and trainings.

● Attend regular one-on-one meetings with supervisor.

● Devote 20 hours per week to the internship (structure to be determined by supervisor)

● Participate in collaborative projects with other interns when appropriate

● Cultivate and maintain good working relationships with staff, faculty and students

● Assist with New Student Orientation and Commencement

● Support College policies and guidelines

● Contribute to the Office Student Life’s curriculum and build new connections with community partners

● Collect multiple resources for hosting tabling events

● Promote events by designing posters, managing the shared Student Life Facebook account, and sending mass emails to get Staff and Faculty involved

● Collaborate with other CCA offices to target various student populations

● Collect feedback from students, analyzes effectiveness of events and activities, and prepares reports of execution

● Additional duties as assigned by the Associate Director for Residential Life & Student Life.

Staff Supervision, Training and Selection

● Supervises Student Life work-study students and manages administrative duties under the direction of the Associate Director for Student Life.

● Participates in the selection and training processes of Event Assistant work-study students.

● Participates in the on-going training of Student Affairs professional staff.

Student Activities

● Assist in the ongoing development and execution of the Chimera Cares initiative focused on well-being and self-care.

● Plan and facilitate workshops and presentations to students and staff for New Student Orientation, the Campus Activities Board, general student leadership / organizations and advisor trainings.

● Coordinates, benchmarks, and assesses Oakland and San Francisco based student life events and initiatives including, but not limited to, the “Chimerapalooza” welcome fair, campus-wide lunches, donation drives, workshops, bay area trips, Self Care Week, and Crunch Week. Tasks include ordering supplies, reserving space, event setup and breakdown, etc.

● Participate in and help facilitate student leadership trainings

● Work with staff to develop co-curricular events and services.

● Lead the promotion of student life events through the use of social media channels, print material, and other forms of appropriate communication to the campus community.

● Encourage and support students, student organizations, departments, and academic programs, on events that benefit the student community and align with the college’s mission.

● Support key departmental signature programs such as New Student Orientation, Holiday Lunch, Spring Picnic, Art and Craft Fairs, and Commencement.

● Assist in the coordination of the Excellence in Student Leadership Awards.

● Perform other similar and related duties as assigned.

● Bring creative ideas and energy to the position.

ACPA / NASPA Professional Competency Areas of Focus

● Advising and Supporting

● Assessment, Evaluation & Research

● Personal and Ethical Foundations

● Organizational and Human Resources

● Social Justice and Inclusion

● Student Learning and Development

Residential Life

● The Coordinator will be required to live in their assigned residence hall for the duration of their contracted employment.

Administration

● Meets regularly with the Associate Director for Residential & Student Life for supervisory meetings.

● Meets regularly with work study students for training / planning meetings.

Additional Responsibilities Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

● Enrollment in a master’s level program required; School of Education preferred

● Demonstrated passion and support for all students regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, nationality and/or language.

● Experience in student leadership, event planning and working with student organizations highly desired

● Demonstrated supervisory skills and experience strongly recommended and preferred.

● Ability to balance collaborative and independent work.

● Excellent written, oral, social media-based and interpersonal communication skills.

● Sensitivity to the needs and issues of students in the arts / design/ architecture fields preferred.

● Proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Excel and strong general computer skills.

● Ability to transport or access transportation for job requirements on each campus.

Note: This is a 10-month live-in position, which requires evening and weekend responsibilities. On-call for evenings, weekends and college break periods may be shared with other staff members.

Time Commitment:

● A full academic year commitment is required. The term of employment is August 1 - May 31. A second year term will extended based on satisfactory evaluation at the end of the first year. (Summer Intern or Practicum opportunities may be available with the Division of Student Affairs)

Compensation:

● Hourly wage $17.00 per hour. The hours will be limited to when classes are in session for the academic year.

● Single room in shared apartment provided in one of CCA’s San Francisco based residence hall.

● Access to free college shuttle service to and from the CCA San Francisco Campus during weekdays while the college is in session.

● Opportunities to participate in CCA’s Student Affairs professional development trainings and workshops.

Work Schedule:

● 20 hours/week with the exception of 30 hours a week during the weeks of Chimera, Leader Training and New Student Orientation in the months of August and January.

Supervisor:

● Associate Director for Student Life


 

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

Office of the Dean of Students
Job Description: Coordinator for Diversity & Inclusion
Part-Time (20 Hours/Week)

CCA Intern Program

The California of the Arts Student Affairs Graduate Internship program prepares students for a wide range of career opportunities in student affairs at the postsecondary level. This program provides students with an opportunity to develop first hand knowledge of the student affairs profession and gain hands on experience in many areas within the Division of Student Affairs at CCA. Furthermore, the CCA Graduate Internship program will afford students the opportunity to analyze the functions of various administrative departments, their relationships to one another and to the institution in order to understand contemporary societal issues and their impact from an institutional perspective. Working with experienced student affairs administrators the Interns will work to improve the quality of life on campus, foster a safe, healthy, and respectful environment, support academic achievement and success, and promote leadership and civic engagement. The Interns also participate in College-wide projects and professional development opportunities and begin developing their professional network.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity & Inclusion, the Coordinator for Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) will develop and implement programs to challenge and support the development and exploration of identity for students. The CDI will also serve as the primary consent educator for students. The Coordinator will act as a resource and advocate for student diversity and inclusion initiatives and trainings to increase multicultural and interpersonal understanding and growth. This position will be residing in the residence halls in San Francisco.

Responsibilities Include:

● Develop and implement programs to meet the cultural, academic, spiritual and personal development of students in historically marginalized groups.

● Promote awareness of sexual assault, rape, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking to empower survivors to identify safe options for bystander intervention, help recognize warning signs of abusive behavior, and prevent people from executing harmful acts

● Understand and address the unique needs of underrepresented groups within the student body.

● Support College policies and guidelines, including efforts of Student Affairs to educate the college community about CCA's Sexual Misconduct Policy

● Assist with planning of all aspects of heritage or awareness months, and other consent and/or multicultural leadership programming, and events.

● Serve as a resource for training and program development for student focused diversity initiatives and increasing multicultural competence.

● Prepare interactive presentations about consent with community partners to provide a wide range of perspectives, including a presentation for New Student Orientation, Residential Life programming

● Provide direction for all students about consent and resources for survivors.

● Attend mandatory, regularly scheduled Student Affairs Intern meetings and trainings

● Attend regular one-on-one meetings with supervisor

● Devote 20 hours per week to the internship (structure to be determined by supervisor)

● Participate in collaborative projects with other interns when appropriate

● Cultivate and maintain good working relationships with staff, faculty and students

● Collaborate with other interns and Student Affairs staff to offer comprehensive programs and initiatives for students

● Participate in student leadership trainings

● Administer and implement a wide range of programs, events and extracurricular activities that promote healthy relationships through means of enthusiastic consent, communication and autonomy

● Coordinates, benchmarks, and assesses Oakland and San Francisco based diversity & inclusion events and initiatives including, but not limited to, workshops, heritage month events and trainings. Tasks include ordering supplies, reserving space, event setup and breakdown, etc.

● Manages the promotion of events through the use of social media channels, print material, and other forms of appropriate communication to the campus community.

Minimum Qualifications:

● Enrollment in Masters program required; School of Education preferred

● Demonstrated passion and support for all students regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, nationality and/or language.

● Experience designing multicultural programming and working with a diverse population preferred.

● Knowledge of current issues of consent education, diversity, and inclusive practices necessary.

● Ability to balance collaborative and independent work.

● Bring creative ideas and energy to the position

● A commitment to a diverse community that fosters intercultural learning.

● Excellent written, oral, social media-based and interpersonal communication skills.

● Sensitivity to the needs and issues of students in the arts/ design/ architecture fields preferred.

● Proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Excel and strong general computer skills.

● Ability to transport or access transportation for job requirements on each campus.

Note: This is a 10-month live-in position, which requires evening and weekend responsibilities.

Live-in Requirements

● The CDI will be required to live in their assigned residence hall for the duration of their contracted employment.

● Provide a timely response to all requests from students, staff, supervisors, and other College personnel for information and materials as directed.

● Position may require evening, weekend and holiday responsibilities. On-call evening, weekend, holiday and campus closure duty will be shared with other staff members.

Additional Responsibilities:
Performs other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity & Inclusion.

Time Commitment:

● A full academic-year commitment is required. 2nd year term extended based on satisfactory evaluation at the end of the 1st year. August 1st– May 31st (Summer Intern or Practicum opportunities may be available with the Division of Student Affairs)

Compensation:

● Hourly wage $15.00 per hour. The hours will be limited to when classes are in session for the academic year.

● Single room in shared apartment provided in one of CCA’s San Francisco based residence halls.

● Access to free college shuttle service between CCA campuses during weekdays while the college is in session.

● Opportunities to participate in CCA’s Student Affairs professional development trainings and workshops.

Work Schedule:

● 20 hours/week with the exception of 30 hours a week during the weeks of Student Leader Training and Orientation in the month of August and the first week staff returns in January.

Supervisor:

● Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity & Inclusion


Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

MAPS PEER MENTOR PROGRAM INTERN

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

College of Marin (COM) offers an internship for students enrolled in a graduate program in Higher Education, Education Leadership, Student Affairs, Counseling, and related programs. The internship program prepares interns to enter a wide range of career opportunities in higher education, working with diverse student populations.

MAPS PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Within the College of Marin community, the Counseling Department and Student Services Department promotes and supports a diverse student population. Our services foster student success by providing counseling and resources necessary for students to make informed educational, career, and personal decisions.

The Mapping Academic Pathways for Success (MAPS) program is part of COM Guided Pathways, which provides intentional opportunities for exploration and informed choices. Participating students are supported to better understand academic and career options, choose a program of study, and develop a long-term educational plan. Students in the MAPS program must take HUM 101 and COUN 130, which focus on interdisciplinary academic discourse, as well as helping students to clarify and stay on their academic path. They also must attend MAPS events, and meet regularly with a counselor who will help navigate the transfer-prep curriculum. Students in the program will also benefit from peer mentors with whom they will have regular contact.

POSTION SUMMARY:

Under supervision of the MAPS Coordinator, The MAPS Peer Mentor Program Intern will be charged with building and supporting a comprehensive peer mentor program, as well as providing direct academic, personal, and career support to all students involved.

RESPONSIBILIES:

• Support the development, implementation, and day-to-day operations of MAPS Peer Mentor program activities including outreach and recruitment, trainings and professional development, and co-curricular and extracurricular activities

• Supervise, direct, and monitor work activities of Peer Mentors

• Develop a positive and supportive relationship with each MAPS Mentor by meeting individually with them to develop and revisit individual academic goals and progress

• Develop and coordinate the outreach and recruitment efforts for the Peer Mentor program including marketing, application processes, mentor hiring, mentee orientation, and maintenance of the MAPS website

• Support on-going mentor/mentee relationships, including management of mentee reporting and providing guidance to mentors

• Plan, promote, and execute events and gatherings in conjunction with MAPS Mentors

• Create and maintain a welcoming and inclusive physical space for the MAPS students

• Provide and direct students to appropriate resources to support their academic and personal success

• Interact and maintain liaison with staff, faculty, and cross-college departments in facilitating program objectives

• Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; devise evaluation methodology and implements; analyze results and recommend or take appropriate action

• Support the overall goals of Guided Pathways, Mapping Academic Pathways for Success, and the COM Counseling Department

• Perform other duties as needed

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• Enrolled for the 2019-2020 academic school year in a Higher Education, Education Leadership, Student Affairs, Counseling, or related Master’s program

• Strong interest in serving a diverse community college student population

• Ability to multi-task and handle multiple projects

• Experience in program development and implementation strongly preferred

• Experience advising students preferred

• Bilingual/Spanish speaking preferred

TIME COMMITMENT:

A minimum one-year commitment required. The position runs from August 1st – May 31st, 20 hours a week. The weekly schedule is flexible, but must include Fridays.

COMPENSATION:

$22/hour. Benefits are not included.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please visit myusf.usfca.edu/student-life/student-affairs-internship-program for details on how to apply.

Total Positions: 1 
Anticipated Openings: 1

Position Title: Student Organizations & Leadership Coordinator

Division: Student Life

Department: Office of Student Engagement

Reports To: Director of Student Engagement, Asst. Dir. of Student Engagement

Supervises: Associated Students of Dominican University (ASDU), and affiliates

Status: Graduate Internship

Date: July 2018 – May 2019

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Office of Student Engagement is a department within the Student Life Division at Dominican University of California. This office oversees programs such as New Student Orientation, ASDU (Student Government), Campus Activities, Student Clubs and Organization and participates in campus- wide committees such as Family Weekend, Giving Day & Commencement.

The Student Organizations & Leadership Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the work of the Director of Student Engagement in the creation and management of student activities/events on campus, and also in helping to develop leadership training workshops and programs that will serve to educate and guide the various student groups, clubs, and organizations within the university community. This internship requires the individual to support the collaboration of students and faculty/staff colleagues in the development and implementation of programs, activities, and events that supplement engaged student learning and provide for social interaction and memorable experiences.

This position is a ten-month live-in internship within the Division of Student Life requiring 20 hours per week (additional hours may be required in the weeks preceding and following semester start/finish dates). As part of the Student Life Staff and as a live-in internship, the Student Organizations & Leadership Coordinator will also be required to participate in campus-wide duty coverage within the Department of Residence Life.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Under the supervision of the Dean of Students and Director of Student Engagement, this position will be responsible for tasks as outlined in this form, but is also encouraged to share any special interests in which the Intern may wish to pursue, as these can be integrated into the assignments. We are seeking individuals committed to serving students and who would like to explore the various aspects of working in student services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Providing general advisement for ASDU (student government), ICC (Inter-Club Council) and student clubs and organizations

• Assist in the creation of workshop and retreat materials and in-service training for leaders in ASDU, clubs and organizations, and other student leaders on campus.

• Meet regularly with student leaders in support of event planning and management efforts, budget management, meeting facilitation, and conflict resolution.

• Participate in discussions at ASDU General Council, Executive Board, and Senate meetings as well as ICC General Council and leadership meetings.

• Update and maintain information on website.

• Help to manage the Leadership Awards Ceremony in the spring semester.

Assisting with the development and execution of New Student Orientation

• Assist in the training and mentoring of Orientation Leadership team.

• Assist in coordination of Orientation programming.

• Collaboration with campus departments (ie. Admissions, Academic Advising & Achievement Center, Facilities & Events Management Office, and food services) to host Orientation events and in-service training throughout the academic year.

Assisting with programming and support in Residence Life

• Provide support in the training of Resident Advisor staff.

• Participate in campus wide on-call duty coverage.

Student Activities & Leadership Departmental/Program Support

• Collaborate with other departments within Student Life, in particular Residence Life and Campus Ministry, as well as with academics, admissions, athletics, alumni and parent programs, and facilities on various projects and special University events such as; Shield Day, Family Weekend, and Commencement, etc.

• Collaborate with Senior Director of Student Engagement, members of Student Life Staff, and other faculty and staff colleagues in the development and support of engaged student learning programming for students.

• Participate in departmental/divisional training and development activities as appropriate.

• Maintain office hours to facilitate student contact.

• 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 Helping: Addresses the knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to providing advising support, direction, feedback, critique, referral, and guidance to individuals and groups. This competency is developed through mentoring and advising student leaders and organizations on campus, and by building rapport with the students.

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

practice, as well as understanding teaching and training theory and practice. This competency is developed through creating, facilitating and evaluating student training and retreat activities.

Human and Organizational Resources: Focused on the knowledge, skills, and attitudes used in the selection, supervision, motivation, and formal evaluation of staff; and the effective application of strategies and techniques associated with financial resources, facilities management, fundraising, technology use, crisis management, risk management, and sustainable resources. This competency is developed through the supervision and evaluation of student leaders and staff, the understanding of conflict resolution strategies and techniques, and event management.

SUPERVISION & MENTORING RECEIVED

The Student Organizations & Leadership Coordinator reports to and is supervised by the Director of Student Engagement, with the support of the Asst. Dir. of Student Engagement. There is an expectation that the Student Organizations & Leadership Coordinator will communicate regularly with the Director and will meet as needed to discuss department-specific issues. In addition, the SOLC will work closely with members of the Student Life Staff and may be asked to partner with staff colleagues on other duties and assignments as needed.

REQUIRED QUALIFICIATIONS

To be a successful Intern, an individual must be able to perform each essential task and responsibility. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Bachelor's degree from accredited institution;

• Must be concurrently enrolled in a graduate degree program in Higher Education or similar field of study;

• Experience in planning/organizing student activities and events, and in working with student groups or leadership programs;

• 1 year of residence life and/or transferable student affairs experience preferred.

COMPENSATION

In lieu of a stipend, this position is compensated as follows:

• Furnished single occupancy suite within a designated residence hall at Dominican University of California (July 2018 – May 2019);

• The equivalent of a 14 meals-per-week meal plan;

• $350 professional development funding (with approval by Director of Student Engagement);

• $12, 970.00 annual income (roughly $590 bi-monthly, 15th & 31st of each month)

CONTACT/HIRING MANAGER: Gaby Bermudez Asst. Director of Student Engagement Dominican University of California Gaby.Bermudez@dominican.edu (415) 485-3282

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY Dominican University of California offers equal education and employment opportunity to all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran’s status. This policy is in consonance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; Executive Order 11246, as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; and applicable laws of the State of California.

ABOUT DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Dominican University of California is an independent, international, learner-centered university of Catholic heritage, offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. The University, located 13 miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge in beautiful Marin County, is focused on excellence in liberal arts and professional education. As an institution of higher learning, the University seeks to attract an active, culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff of the highest caliber. Dominican has a 1:11 teacher-to-student ratio, an average class size of 15, with a small-town feeling in a park-like campus. We blend interdisciplinary core courses, real-world studies, and small classes with close and supportive academic advising and mentoring. For additional information, please visit www.dominican.edu.

Total Positions: 1

Anticipated Openings: 1

Graduate Assistant Hall Director
Holy Names University
Anticipated Opening – June 2019

Job Title: Graduate Assistant Hall Director
Department: Student Development & Engagement
Supervisor: Assistant Dean for Student Affairs/Director of Housing & Residence Life

Holy Names University is a small, private liberal arts institution founded on the Catholic tradition, and ranked among the most diverse universities in the U.S. HNU is nestled in the hills of Oakland, CA and is easily accessible by bus and BART.

The Office of Housing & Residence Life is committed to: meeting students “where they are”, and partnering with them for future growth; modeling empathy and service to foster student development and community interaction; creating a welcoming environment where students are valued and supported to foster generosity and gratitude; and challenging ourselves and others to grow, understand, and appreciate diversity with open minds and intentionality.

The Graduate Assistant Hall Director (GAHD) position is a 24-hour per week, live-in commitment within the campus community. Main responsibilities include resident assistant supervision, housing occupancy assistance, and participating in the administrative on-call rotation. The GAHD is supervised by the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs/Director of Housing & Residence Life.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

SUPERVISION

• Responsible for assisting in selecting, training, supervising, and evaluating of resident assistants with advisement from supervisor and in collaboration with the Director of Housing & Residence Life

• Directly supervise a staff of 5-7 resident assistants

• Hold and facilitate a weekly RA staff meeting

PROGRAMMING

• Assist the Director in developing and coordinating residential programs with advice and assistance from staff, students, and faculty

• Encourage student involvement and participation in programming, clubs and other student organizations

• Assist with Housing & Residence Life programming initiatives

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES

• Assist in all aspects of housing operations: opening, closing, room changes, guest housing, health and safety inspections, etc.

• Attend all departmental staff meetings and trainings

• Participate in professional development opportunities and professional conferences

• Attend weekly supervision meetings with the Director of Housing & Residence Life

• Serve in administrative on-call rotation with Residence Life staff, providing after-hours emergency response to the residential community

DISCIPLINE

• Consistently enforce University and residence hall regulations through counseling, educational discipline, and effectively following University judicial policy.

• Participate in training on judicial procedures.

• When necessary, assist the Director of Housing & Residence Life in adjudicating student conduct cases.

DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES

• Attend all general GA staff meetings

• Attend mandatory training sessions

• Attend weekly supervision meeting

• Attend all departmental weekly meetings and retreats

• Collaboration with other departments as appropriate

• Other duties as assigned

OFFICE HOURS

• 24 hours/week, M-F. Some evenings and weekends required

QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s degree required

• Prior experience in housing and residence life or hospitality industry preferred

COMPENSATION

• (Furnished) Room and board (14 meals a week) with internet and cable provided

• Yearly Stipend of $11,000 (paid month throughout the academic year)

 

Total Positions: 1

Anticipated Openings: 1

Graduate Assistant for New Student Programs & Leadership
Holy Names University
Anticipated Opening – June 2019

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for New Student Programs & Leadership
Department: Student Development & Engagement
Supervisor: Assistant Dean for Student Affairs/HNU Experience Coordinator

Holy Names University is a small, private liberal arts institution founded on the Catholic tradition, and ranked among the most diverse universities in the U.S. HNU is nestled in the hills of Oakland, CA and is easily accessible by bus and BART.

The Department of Student Development & Engagement is committed to: meeting students “where they are,” and partnering with them for future growth; modeling empathy and service to foster student development and community interaction; creating a welcoming environment where students are valued and supported to foster generosity and gratitude; and challenging ourselves and others to grow, understand, and appreciate diversity with open minds and intentionality.

Primary responsibilities include assisting with the planning and implementation of Fall and Spring Orientation programs, the planning and implementing of student leadership development training and activities, and planning and implementing first-year student programming, including administrative support for the Connections Project FYE Program. The Graduate Assistant for New Student Programs & Leadership is supervised by the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs/HNU Experience Coordinator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

ADVISING

• Provide support and training to student Peer Mentors in the Connections Project (first-year experience) program

• Provide support and training to Orientation Team student leaders

• Work in collaboration with faculty and staff to develop effective leadership training and student programming

• Provide support and training to student leaders by helping members understand their roles, how to access campus resources, and how to plan and implement programs and events

• Assist with Leadership development and activities as needed; may include one-one meetings, student group forums, informal and formal events & discussions, student leadership summit, LeaderShape, student leaders retreat, student club training & development, and women’s leadership experience

PROGRAMMING

• Take a lead role in developing and implementing Hawk Days and New Student Orientation

• Take a lead role in developing and implementing social events and activities during New Student Orientation and assist with Welcome Week events

• Take lead role in facilitating Connections Project semester projects including Common Reading Book events

• Collaborate with Campus Partners (i.e. Counseling and Psychological Services, Housing and Residence Life, Center for Social Justice & Civic Engagement, Career Services, Student Success Center, Campus Safety etc.) on programming relevant to HNU students

• Encourage student involvement and participation in programming and student clubs and organizations

• Communicate events and activities to the University community using the Campus Events Calendar, email, flyers, etc.

• Assist with other campus-wide programming initiatives as needed

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES

• Attend all departmental staff meetings and trainings

• Attend all Student Affairs trainings and staff meetings

• Attend weekly supervision meetings with the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and HNU Experience Coordinator

• Serve on the Orientation Planning Committee and Common Reading selection and book launch

• Assist with student leader recruitment and selection process

• Collaboration with other departments as appropriate

• Participation in professional staff residential housing on-call rotation

• Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Bachelor’s degree and enrollment in a master’s degree program

• Prior experience in event planning, advising, and/or residence life preferred

• Organization, time management, basic computer skills

HOURS

• 24 hours/week, M-F. Some evenings and weekends required

COMPENSATION

• Room (furnished) and board (14 meals a week) with internet and cable provided

• Yearly Stipend of $5,500 (paid in installments throughout the academic year)

 

Total Positions: 1

Anticipated Openings: 1

Position Title: Community Relations Assistant
Position Department: Cesar Chavez Community Action Center (CCCAC)
Status: Part Time, Non-Exempt
Reports To: Department Manager
Pay Rate: $18.50/hr

POSITION PURPOSE

Under the direction of the CCCAC Department Manager, the Community Relations Assistant is responsible for assisting front desk operations and assisting CCCAC community partnerships.  This position reports to the Department Manager. The incumbent should empower students in the department and also serves in an advising capacity for event planning and volunteer/activism programs.  Capacity to work effectively in a University environment and support the mission and goals of an educational institution are a must. Increasing overall public awareness of Associated Students though community engagement  and partnering with other university departments and contacts to create new co-curricular service learning opportunities and foster community building will be the key to the success of this position.

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS

Associated Students (A.S.) represents the students of San José State University and speaks on their behalf for various policy making, academic and event planning decisions.  Associated Students, SJSU is an independent non-profit corporation serving as an auxiliary and student government for San José State University.

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

  1. B.A./B.S. Political Science, Sociology, Ethnic Studies, Social Science or related field from an accredited college/university

  2. 1-3 years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience in educational programs or community relations. Experience in higher education preferred

  3. Currently enrolled in a graduate program at San Jose State University or nearby Bay Area-based university.

  4. The incumbent must have experience in advising students. The ability to establish and maintain harmonious relationships with staff and student leaders is also essential

  5. Knowledge of social justice and student development principle  especially those serving the needs of a diverse population

  6. Proven office administrative skills and experience with community partners/non-profits

  7. Experienced facilitating trainings and curriculum design

  8. Program evaluation, budgeting and data analysis, is a plus

  9. Knowledge of and commitment to the principles of current student development, cultural competency, and leadership for social justice required.

  10. Creativity, motivation, organization, and coordination abilities required.

  11. Public relation and promotion skills required, including use of social media, apps, and other electronic publicity/marketing methods preferred.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Department Administration and Operations (20%)

    1. Assists CCCAC Department Manager with the operations of the organization which includes: front desk operations, tracking student assistant hours/scheduling, assessing programs/events, and working closely with CCCCAC volunteers.

    2. Assist CCCAC Department Manager with administrative tasks which include but not limited to: tracking CCCAC general email, list serve, room reservations and event management, and organizing/managing upcoming purchases and invoices.

    3. Support A.S. student learning outcomes with a focus on leadership, building a sense of community, and developing critical thinking skills

    4. Assists in the development and maintenance of internal department documents, processes, policies, guidelines, checklists, or other reference documents as needed for department, board, and staff use

    5. Prepares and maintains general files, program resources, and confidential materials(i.e. contracts, reservations, and program files)

  2. Community Relations – Event/Curriculum Advising and Coordination (50%)

    1. Assists and support  CCCAC department wide small and large scale programs such as, but not limited to, Legacy Month, Transforming Social Justice Series, Spartan Legacy Training Academy, etc.

    2. Coordinate and assist in cultivating volunteer development by providing workshops, programs, and events focused on personal, professional, and academic development.

    3. Coordinate The Community Action Summit, an orientation and training program for CCCAC volunteers on an annual basis.

    4. Advises program assistants leads for K-12 programs (Sembradores, Strive for College) to develop a week to week curriculum with multicultural, social justice lens.  

    5. Assist in maintaining and cultivating strong partnerships with K-12 programs and campus community partners. This is to be done through regular check-ups, partnership assessment and evaluation, etc.  

  3. University Relations (10%)

    1. Attends and/or facilitate various committee and planning meetings of both A.S. and SJSU as needed

    2. Attends department and staff meetings and on-going staff development trainings of CCCAC and A.S. employees

    3. Work alongside CCCAC Program Manager to build and maintain relationships with key constituents on and off campus including SJSU students, faculty/staff, and nonprofits, schools and community organizations

  4. Risk Management (10%)

    1. Support Manager to ensure proper contracts are executed with vendors, performers, and sponsors and adequate liability insurance is secured for all A.S. events in accordance with A.S. and SJSU policies.

    2. Supports Manger and works with Risk Management to assure safe practices and emergency preparedness at events, programs and upholds the safety of attendees.

    3. Works with Manager to encourages a safe and accident work environment for student assistants , volunteers and community

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

 

To perform this job successfully, this individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily.

 

  • Requires excellent customer service and public speaking ability

  • Requires demonstrated experience in Microsoft Office, Google Applications and planning tools

  • Requires excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skill, and attention to detail

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse groups

  • Demonstrated ability support the training, supervision and coordination of  the activities of program staff, interns and volunteers

  • Ability to work independently, creatively, and to develop effective programs and services

  • Experience in higher education, non-profits, and community organizations preferred.

GUIDELINES

This position is not exempt from the provisions of Section 1 of the California Industrial Welfare Commission Orders. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position within Associated Students. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current Associated Students employees who apply for the position.

 

Associated Students, SJSU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, age, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status, covered veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law or regulation. Associated Students hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States (Public Law 99-603).

Total Positions: 1

Anticipated Openings: 1

TITLE: Housing and Residential Life Program Coordinator

REPORTS TO: Director for Housing, Residential Life + Campus Conduct

SUPERVISES: Direct supervision of Front Desk Assistants

STATUS: Graduate Student Intern

DATES OF EMPLOYMENT: August 5, 2019 - August 1, 2020 (negotiable)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
 An exciting opportunity exists for an individual to work in a leadership position with our Housing and Residential Life Office and the Student Affairs Division. The position will call for an individual who is a creative self-starter, team player with strong organizational skills and a proven capacity to work with student leaders and groups. The selected intern will be an integral part of the Housing & Residential Life Staff and you will help develop this new and exciting program.

Reporting to the Director for Housing and Residential Life, the Graduate Student Intern will be responsible for providing overnight desk coverage two to three nights per week, assisting in the enforcement and administration of residential policies and meeting with students who violate lower level policies, assisting with the implementation of the SFAI housing program and spend one day in the office assisting the student affairs staff through a collateral assignment. This position will require participation in emergency on-call duty rotations as part of the desk coverage. In addition, further projects or duties may be assigned to help match the selected intern’s professional development goals and the needs of the department. Proposed future collateral areas include Community Transition, Off Campus Living and Relations, and Support Resources.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Hall Front Desk

  • Serve as the overnight (11:30 pm – 7:30 am) coverage for front desk operations and security two to three days per 
week on a rotating basis to ensure equitable assignments as developed by the team (Sample: Week 1- Mon, Tues, 
Week 2 Wed, Thurs, Week 3 Fri, Sat, Sun). (These hours may shift but this is the current expectation) 
  • Assist in the enforcement and administration of residential policies and procedures. 


Administrative

  • Update and maintain housing administrative protocols and procedures. 

  • Assist in the coordination of emergency, security and front desk protocols and procedures. 

  • Assist with the implementation of the SFAI Housing and Residential Life Program. 

  • Create standard operating procedures for area(s) of focus 
Duty and Emergency Response 

  • Serve as the emergency on-call response when providing overnight desk coverage. 

  •  Report incidents and related concerns to the Housing and Residential Life staff. 


Training and Staff Supervision

  • Participate in, help develop, and facilitate student staff training. 

  • Direct supervision of front desk assistants. 

  • Communicate and meet regularly with the Housing and Residential Life staff. 


Collateral Assignment

  • Focus on additional responsibilities during desk shifts and during one day per week in the SFAI main office. 
(Adjusted schedules are possible, ex. 3pm or 4pm start into the evening) 

  • Work with partners across Student Affairs division and the SFAI campus to focus on collateral assignment. 

  • Current collateral assignments will be assigned in pairs of two interns to each: Community Transition, Off Campus 
Living and Relations, or Support Resources. Other areas may become available as the needs of the department evolve. 


QUALIFICATIONS:
 

  • Bachelor's degree required. Must also be concurrently enrolled in a graduate degree program at a regionally accredited institution. Preference will be given to students enrolled in Student Affairs/Higher Education or Art programs.
  • Ability to work independently and under tight deadlines. 

  • Superior organizational skills. 

  • Proficiency in computer skills including MS Word, Excel, databases, electronic communication, the Internet and 
web based applications. 

  • Outstanding verbal, writing and presentation skills. Must be able to communicate and interact effectively with 
students, faculty, staff and all external constituencies. 

  • Demonstrated commitment to the values of access, inclusion and diversity in higher education. 

  • Experience working with a diverse population, including international students and students with disabilities. 

  • Demonstrated ability to achieve desired work results working collaboratively in a dynamic environment with 
multiple stakeholders while being sensitive and responsive to the diverse needs of students, families, faculty, and 
staff, with a high degree of cultural competency and collegiality. 

  • Commitment to social justice, inclusion, and equity with experience providing support and advocacy for diverse 
communities (including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, national origin, 
sexual orientation, ability, size, religion/spirituality, and socioeconomic status). 

  • Appreciation for art and design, developed through employment, education or personal interest, highly desirable. 


EXPECTATIONS AND GOALS FOR THE RESIDENTIAL LIFE GRADUATE INTERN:


SFAI hopes to provide a unique opportunity for our Graduate Student Interns through both pre-assigned and self- selected responsibilities and projects. The Graduate Student Intern is an essential part of Student Affairs team. The Intern is invited to participate in as many meetings as possible to have a chance to see how a small college operates. The Graduate Student Intern is expected to take a strong leadership role in their collateral assignment and assisting with residential operations. 
Through this internship, the successful candidate will gain valuable experience in staff training and supervision, social programming, community building, adjudicating policy violations, serving in an on-call rotation, residence hall management, and housing operations. We also hope to tailor some of the dynamics of this position to help meet the selected intern’s additional professional development goals. As a result, opportunities may be available to visit other campuses in the area in order to meet with administrators and learn about how they operate. 


COMPENSATION: 


  • Large, single room with private bath with tv, mini-fridge, microwave, and all utilities. 

  • Access to a shared community kitchen. 

  • $500 Café Cash ($250 in Fall and $250 in Spring) 

  • $4,000 stipend per term (four month period) paid in monthly $1,000 increments (Fall, Spring, and Summer) 


ABOUT SFAI:


Founded in 1871, the San Francisco Art Institute is one of the U.S.’s oldest and most prestigious schools of higher education in contemporary art. It boasts an illustrious list of alumni in all of its areas of focus. But most important, it has consistently held fast to its core philosophy of creating programs where creativity and critical thinking are fostered in one of the most open, innovative, and interdisciplinary environments in higher education. At SFAI we focus on educating artists who will become the creative leaders of their generation. SFAI is an excellent choice for intern candidates who are seeking experience at a small, private campus and especially those with an interest in the arts and creativity as a key aspect of the learning experience. This position is ideal for the individual who wants to try something new and be part of an energized, creative community! 


THE CAMPUS: 


The Art Institute's main campus is located on Russian Hill. This neighborhood offers some of the best views in the city, a park at its summit, and Lombard, "the crookedest street in the world." From the historic Chestnut campus, views of the Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Coit Tower are visible. 


The residence halls are located at the bottom of Lower Nob Hill (on the Tenderloin border) and offer easy access to galleries, alternative art spaces, world-renowned museums, shopping, and other entertainment venues. Public transportation to and from the residence halls, the two SFAI campuses and throughout San Francisco is readily available. 


The campus features sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and is located within walking distance of the City's North Beach and Chinatown neighborhoods, as well as the downtown galleries and South of Market area - home to many of the City's major museums including SFMOMA and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Total Positions: 8
Anticipated Openings: 6

Institution: San Francisco State University
Department: Residential Life 
 

Residential Life works directly within a residence community of approximately 4,100 resident students in 5 distinct communities serving both first year and continuing students.  Residential Coordinators provide additional leadership support within their assigned community or respective program.  Residential Coordinators are considered part of a team of 25 professionals who provide overall leadership, guidance, and support to live-in teams and resident students.

Under the direct supervision of the Area Coordinator, the Residential Coordinator is a live‐in position that assists in the overall design, implementation, and daily administration of the Residential Life program for a specific residential community. The Residential Coordinator oversees the educational and social development within the community, responds to student needs, and is tasked with assisting in the creation of welcoming and responsive community. Within the Residential Coordinator position there are two distinct areas of focus: Residential Education and Residential Services. Please see below for more specifics about each area. 

Residential Education:

This position specifically works with a residential community compromised of residence halls or apartment communities. The Residential Coordinator for Residential Education will work with an Area Coordinator to provide oversight and implementation of our academic success, leadership, and education efforts by supervising Resident Assistants, administration of the resident community, serve as a conduct hearing officer, have the potential to advise Hall Government or another residential student organization, have the potential to serve in an after hours crisis rotation, as well as perform other duties as assigned.

A full job description will be posted soon.  Check back for updates!

Total Positions: 1
Anticipated Openings: 1

NEW STUDENT SERVICES New Student Services empowers over 9,000 undergraduate students to succeed annually and facilitates their transition to UC Berkeley. This process is known as the Golden Bear Experience, which consists of two parts: Before Students Arrive (advising and prep, online) and After Students Arrive (Move-in, Golden Bear Orientation, and Getting your Bearings, on campus).

The overarching goals of the Golden Bear Experience are to:

• Welcome new students into UC Berkeley’s scholarly community and lay the foundation for fostering their intellectual identity.

• Create opportunities for participants to gain an understanding of academic requirements.

• Create opportunities for participants to connect with university and college resources, services, and support structures.

• Create opportunities for participants to engage with campus traditions and the range of UC Berkeley’s unique cultural communities.

• Create opportunities for participants to engage with their peers and the broader campus community.

• Set the path for a lifelong relationship with the campus.

To accomplish these goals, New Student Services utilizes multiple levels of student staffing and involvement. This includes, but is not limited to, Student Coordinators, Orientation Mentors, Orientation Leaders, and Student Clerks. As a team of committed student affairs professionals, New Student Services practices a student-centered learning approach in all programming for new students and trainings for our student leaders.

New Student Services is a department that reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Office within the Division of Student Affairs. The Division of Student Affairs aims to advance the learning and personal growth of students by providing leadership, services, and opportunities that enable students to succeed in and contribute to a diverse and global society. The Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, its Centers, and staff create environments to educate, support, and challenge students to seek and follow their purpose, build resiliency, transform themselves, and engage communities. To learn more about the Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Office, please visit https://deanofstudents.berkeley.edu/.

GRADUATE ASSISTANT FOR ORIENTATION The Graduate Assistant for Orientation at UC Berkeley will provide a practical experience for graduate students enrolled in a student personnel, higher education, or student affairs program to build curriculum for student leader trainings, develop marketing plans for student leader recruitment, and large-scale program development.

JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES We will determine specific responsibilities, projects, and activities that support the New Student Service’s priorities and needs based on the interests and experiences of the graduate assistants.

• Develop and create curriculum for the Golden Bear Orientation Mentor class.

• Develop and create curriculum for more than 500 Golden Bear Orientation Leaders.

• Assist with the planning, organizing, and managing of Golden Bear Orientation Mentor and Leader trainings.

• Manage and oversee the development of large-scale programming for Golden Bear Orientation.

• Engage in assessment efforts related to Golden Bear Orientation Leaders and Golden Bear Orientation Mentors experiences.

• Research best practices for orientation, transition, and persistence and propose ways to improve the program

• Specific projects will be assigned.

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree

• Current enrollment in a graduate program

• Experience in public speaking and facilitation

• Past experience in building curriculum for college students

• Strong written and oral communication and organizational skills

• Passion for orientation and leadership development

• Awareness of their own social identities and how to strive for an equitable environment

• Experience collaborating and planning with a team and with students

Preferred Qualifications:

• 1st year graduate student

Terms of employment:

• 14-month appointment

• Specific date appointment: July 5, 2019 through September 5, 2020 o The start date in July is negotiable based on availability.

• Must be available to work 20 hours during the school year

• Must be available to work 30 hours during the summer

• Must be available to work some weekends and late nights for student leader trainings

  • These hours will not conflict with graduate program classes

• Must be available for all of Golden Bear Orientation and student leader trainings

Compensation:

• $22.50/hour

  • Academic year (July 2019 to May 2020); average 15-20 hours per week
  • Summer (June 2020-July 2020); average 25-30 hours a week
  • Golden Bear Orientation (August 2020); stipend to reflect hourly commitment

• Professional Development, including registration, housing, and food for NODA Annual Conference and NODA Region II Conference

  • Required to present at conferences in order to go

UC BERKELEY The University of California, Berkeley, is one of world’s most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley’s culture of openness, freedom and acceptance – academic and artistic, political and cultural – make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.

BERKELEY Berkeley is a city with a small population and a big reputation. Known around the globe as a center for academic achievement, scientific exploration, free speech, and the arts, Berkeley is a vibrant city in Northern California with cultural and culinary stars, rich architectural heritage, great outdoor options, and friendly residents. Berkeley is also a short BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) ride to Oakland and San Francisco.

Total Positions: 1
Anticipated Openings: 1