Student Employment Positions to Consider

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Center for Community and Civic Engagement (CCCE) Fellows
The CCCE Fellow position is an exciting leadership opportunity for students with a passion for service and community engagement. Fellows work in the CCCE for 5-10 hours and they work to develop the CCCE into an innovative, vibrant hub for student involvement. Fellows supervise volunteer Program Directors throughout the year and assist with Program Director training so that Program Directors can successfully coordinate the volunteer programs. In addition to facilitating weekly staff meetings, Fellows participate in CCCE-sponsored events and staff open office hours every day where they help with tasks such as answering phone calls, assisting walk-in volunteers, and matching new volunteers with service programs. They work alongside professional staff to coordinate special events and many of them are volunteers themselves.  Please note that there is a specially designated Political Engagement Fellow position.

Teaching Assistant or Prefect, Economics Department
The introductory economics courses, principles of macroeconomics and principles of microeconomics, require prefects. Prefects facilitate optional group study sessions two to three times per week in the evenings. Prefects have taken the course themselves and done well in it. Prefect sessions meet two to three times per week, and combine what-to-learn with how-to-learn strategies. Prefects also provide individual assistance to students who request additional help. Prefects encourage students to explore their learning in a course through critical thinking and problem-solving. Additionally, 300-level economics classes require teaching assistants, who similarly run group study sessions.

Prefect, Political Science Department
POSC 230: Methods of Political Research requires prefects. Prefects facilitate optional group study sessions two to three times per week in the evenings. Prefects have taken the course themselves and done well in it. Prefect sessions meet two to three times per week, and combine what-to-learn with how-to-learn strategies. Prefects also provide individual assistance to students who request additional help. Prefects encourage students to explore their learning in a course through critical thinking and problem-solving.

Student Aide, Institutional Research and Assessment Department
Student Aides for the Institutional Research and Assessment Department have the valuable opportunity to improve their statistical analysis skills using programs such as Microsoft Excel and SPSS. Student Aides will have relative autonomy to work on projects analyzing and visualizing college data. Duties may also include helping archive past data collected by the department. This position is up to 10 hours per week. Openings in this department will be posted on the Student Employment pages.