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Leadership and Employment Opportunities for 2019-2020 at a Glance

Leadership and Civic Engagement Ambassador (open until April 5)

Leadership and Civic Engagement is seeking students interested in the Leadership and Civic Engagement Ambassadors program. We want students who are engaged, passionate, and eager to work with our office to tackle social justice issues and strengthen their interests in leadership and service. Ambassadors will work alongside our Leadership and Civic Engagement interns by facilitating events, participating in service projects, and serving as representatives for the Leadership and Civic Engagement office.

Term: Academic Year (summer term optional)
Hours: 2-3 hrs per week
Compensation: Unpaid

Graphic Design Intern (closed)

The Leadership and Civic Engagement Design Intern will serve as a member of the Leadership and Civic Engagement staff and will work in partnership with the Marketing & Communication Student Coordinator to promote and market Leadership and Civic Engagement and its events to the student body.

Term: Academic Year (summer term optional)
Hours: 5-8 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Service & Community Partnerships Coordinator (closed)

This position will serve as a member of the Leadership and Civic Engagement staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within Leadership and Civic Engagement and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within Leadership and Civic Engagement and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Term:  Academic Year (summer term optional)
Hours: 10 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Leadership Development Student Coordinator (closed)

The Leadership Development Student Coordinator will support the Leadership Development Program and will provide support to student participants as they complete the certificate program. This position assists with management of workshops using Reporter software including student enrollment, attendance, and certificate credit.  This position will partner with the Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator to promote Leadership Development Program to increase reach and attendance.  This position will assist in the development and expansion of LDP through activities such as creating new workshops, tweaking existing practices, researching peer programs, coordinating with campus partners, and collecting student feedback.  The ideal candidate is an LDP certificate graduate.

Term: Academic Year
Hours: 5 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator (closed)

The Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator will serve as a member of the Leadership and Civic Engagement staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within Leadership and Civic Engagement and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed.  This position will also assist with program coordination and development within Leadership and Civic Engagement and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Term: Academic Year (summer term optional)
Hours: 10 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Ambassador Student Coordinator (closed)

Leadership and Civic Engagement is seeking a student interested in coordinating the office’s student Ambassador program. The ideal student for this position is detail-oriented, passionate, and eager to work with our office to coordinate and enhance the student ambassador program. This student will work alongside our Leadership and Civic Engagement graduate assistant for the remainder of the 2016-2017 academic year to develop ambassador materials, and recruit and hire student ambassadors. The student coordinator will then work with the office’s Associate Director throughout the 2017-2018 academic year to coordinate ambassador’s involvement in office programs and arrange logistics around professional development opportunities.

Term: March 2019 – May 2020 (summer term optional, but preferred)
Hours: 5-10 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

LeaderShape Institute On-Site Coordinator (closed)

This positions will open mid-Fall and is only open to LeaderShape Institute graduates.

Stipend:  $750 ($250 to be paid at the end of Fall and $500 to be paid after Institute)

The On-Site Coordinator (OSC) serves as an important member of the LeaderShape® Institute faculty, carrying out crucial logistical and conference management tasks during the session.  They work in partnership with the Program Coordinator throughout the year with recruitment of participants, fundraising, and logistical aspects of the program. The OSC serves alongside the LeaderShape faculty to ensure the success of the LeaderShape® Institute and is responsible for organizing the materials for both faculty and participants.  This position provides the opportunity for LeaderShape® graduates who are passionate about the LeaderShape® to further their involvement in the program as a member of the faculty.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • All applicants must be graduates of the LeaderShape® Institute
  • All applicants must meet NC State regulation 11.55.07 on Student Leadership.
  • Preference will be given to applicants who will be returning as full-time students at NC State during the 2020-2021 academic year

Leadership and Civic Engagement Work Study Position (closed)

Only students with a Financial Aid Work-Study Award are eligible for this position.  This position will open in Fall when work-study awards have been awarded. 

Term: Academic Year
Hours: 5-7 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Work-study position are responsible for assisting with the coordination of the Leadership Development Program, including organizing handouts and presenter bio information, working alongside office student ambassadors, printing attendance sheets and entering attendance data, compiling attendance data to ensure student participants completion of program, communicating with workshop presenters, checking room reservations, assisting with student registration transfers or issues with Reporter software, and more. This position will also include providing outstanding customer service to visitors as they come into the office, handling initial inquiries about the office and communicating other questions to professional staff, providing logistical and administrative support for office programs and initiatives as needed, file, organize and conduct database entries of various program information.

Leadership & Employment Opportunities for Summer 2019

Civic Engagement Summer Ambassador (open)

Leadership and Civic Engagement is seeking students interested in the Leadership and Civic Engagement Ambassadors program. We want students who are engaged, passionate, and eager to work with our office to tackle social justice issues and strengthen their interests in leadership and service. Ambassadors will work alongside our Leadership and Civic Engagement interns by facilitating events, participating in service projects, and serving as representatives for the Leadership and Civic Engagement office.

Term: Summer 2019
Hours: 2-3 per week
Compensation: Unpaid

Graphic Design & Marketing Summer Intern (closed)

This position will serve as a member of the Leadership and Civic Engagement staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within Leadership and Civic Engagement and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within Leadership and Civic Engagement and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Term: May – August 2019
Hours: 10 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Summer Engagement Intern (closed)

This position will serve as a member of the Leadership and Civic Engagement staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within Leadership and Civic Engagement and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within Leadership and Civic Engagement and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Term: May – August 2019
Hours: 20 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour

Service & Community Partnership Coordinator (closed)

This position will serve as a member of the Leadership and Civic Engagement staff and will support the various programmatic efforts within Leadership and Civic Engagement and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed. This position will also assist with program coordination and development within Leadership and Civic Engagement and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders primarily through traditional and nontraditional marketing and communication strategies.

Term:  Academic Year (summer term optional, but preferred)
Hours: 10 per week
Compensation: $10 per hour