Now Hiring: Student Leaders

CSLEPS has five student employment positions open!

We are looking for strong student leaders who take initiative, enjoy creativity, and have the ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated passion for leadership and service and have a desire to engage in ongoing growth and development.


The positions for the 2016-17 academic year are:

Leadership Development Student Coordinator
Application closes August 29th at 8 am
This position’s primary responsibility will be to create and coordinate a workshop series to address current leadership issues and topics. They will also assist in the development and expansion of student leadership development programs, including promoting and marketing programs to fellow students. Only undergraduate students will be considered.

Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator
Application closes August 29th at 8 am
This position’s responsibilities will include creating dynamic content for the CSLEPS website and social media accounts, creating an “Alumni & Friends” newsletter, and creating email marketing campaigns to effectively engage subscribers. Applicants should have experience developing content for websites and social media. Only undergraduate students will be considered.

Leaders for Change Interns (3 positions)
Application closes September 19th at 8 am
These positions will be responsible for creating and leading high-impact projects that address communities’ needs through education, leadership, and service (example areas for impact could be: gender issues, cultural competency, hunger & homelessness, etc). Each project will include education, empowerment, and opportunities for further engagement.


CSLEPS staff is committed to providing intentional opportunities for students to gain experience in the following areas: collaboration, leadership development, group problem-solving, decision-making, project management, communication, and more. For full position descriptions and applications, please visit:

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