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Welcome Week Intern
Job Class #
Type of Position
Percent Appointment: 1-100 (For Student Employment and Graduate Assistant Only; state hours per week)
30-36 for the week
Dean of Students - 02700000
Welcome Week Production Intern (10 available): Learn and gain experience in the behind-the-scenes process that goes into planning, implementing and evaluating large-scale events. -Set up events by gathering, moving, and preparing supplies for an event. -Plan and implement social events. -Staff events and remain on site for the duration of the event. -Assist with event take-down and evaluation. -Participate in training prior to the Welcome Week program. -Assist with other duties as assigned throughout Welcome Week, including some shared duties with the Student Connection Interns. Welcome Week Student Connection Intern (10 available): Learn and gain experience in outreach, public relations, and public speaking. -Assist parents and students by fielding questions in the Information Tent and at events during Welcome Week. -Assist with educational and informational sessions. -Provide class schedule tours of campus. -Greet individuals entering sessions or at check in; mingle with students and families in between and at events. -Participate in training prior to the Welcome Week program. -Assist with other duties as assigned throughout Welcome Week, including some shared duties with the Production Interns. Social Media Intern (1 available): Create and maintain Twitter, Facebook and Guidebook prior to and during Welcome Week 2013. -Using strong marketing principles, update the Twitter account and Facebook page to keep students aware of the Welcome Week schedule and changes. -Maintain the schedule on Guidebook and assist with demonstrating its use. -Take pictures of participants and events and post to social media. -Field questions posted to social media sites. -Participate in training prior to the Welcome Week program. -Assist with other duties as assigned throughout Welcome Week, including some shared duties with the Production and Student Connection Interns. All interns will be required to attend training in April. Welcome Week runs August 13-19, 2013. Interns will not be available to work other campus jobs during this time period in August.
Must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Must be in good standing with the Community Rights & Responsibilities Office. Should you be selected for this position, you will need to verify your work eligibility. Please download the form http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-9.pdf and be prepared to provide the appropriate Section 2 documentation to your department proving your identity and U.S. work eligibility on or before your third day of work.
Involvement in campus organizations and/or broad knowledge of University structures, procedures, and policies. - Good communication skills - Initiative/autonomy - Ability to work as a team member - Interpersonal skills - Discretion/ good judgment - Responsibility - Flexibility - Ability to address diverse groups of people - Leadership - Self-motivation and self-confidence - Creativity
$8.25 per hour
Various mornings, afternoons and evenings
Proposed Starting Date:
Special Instructions to Applicants
Finalists for the Welcome Week Intern positions will interview with members of the Programming Unit of the Dean of Students Office in March. All interns will be required to attend training in April.
Michelle Whited Programming Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
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