Join Our Team
Priority Deadline: Friday, April 28
The Assistant Director of Student Enrichment Services (SES) reports directly to the Associate Director of SES and is responsible for the programming facilitated for first-generation, lower income (FGLI), and/or undocumented/DACA students. In collaboration with the Associate Director, the Assistant Director will develop programming utilizing research and best practices focused on FGLI student success (including but not limited to research on intersectionality, identity-development, self-efficacy, stereotype threat, and sense of belonging). The Assistant Director will also manage, execute, and assess the Compass Mentorship Program, a cohort-based, year-long peer mentorship program that connects incoming FGLI students with trained 2nd, 3rd, 4th year student mentors. The Assistant Director will also assist with aspects of the Summer Academic Workshop, a pre-enrollment program for incoming FGLI students. SES is one of three units that make up Campus Inclusion and Community (CIC) and provides support to over 1,000 students/year.
SES Graduate Assistants
Priority Deadline: May 1
Apply Here: Please visit the Campus Inclusion & Community for the application.
SES offers two Graduate Assistant positions. A graduate assistant is a part-time employee directly supervised by one of our full-time staff members. Each position serves as a content expert for one of the following programs:
- Knight Community Scholars
- Recruitment Timeline: Fall Quarter – Spring Quarter
- Positions start and end dates: Fall Quarter - Spring Quarter
SAW Graduate Assistant
Hiring begins Spring 2024
The SAW Graduate Assistant (GA) will work in partnership with the Associate Director of SES to support the SAW Counselor and participant experience. The GA will also serve as the Resident Director during the Summer 2024 Program. They will move into the residence hall SAW participants will be housed at the start of SAW Counselor training. During this time the GA will be responsible for the management of the SAW residential experience.
A successful GA is passionate about the transition of first generation and lower income students to university. They are interested in the leadership development of students and developing community and sense of belonging among students. This position also ask the GA for flexibility, as work hours will include evening and weekends. Finally, in this position you will utilize conflict resolution skills, understanding of diversity and social justice, and the GA will need to be willing to respond to emergency situation
Hiring begins Spring 2024
Passionate about supporting lower-income students through their transition to college? Join the Student Enrichment Services team through AmeriCorps VISTA Campus Compact. This is a full-time, year-long position that starts in the Summer of 2024. You can find more details about pay, living accommodation, and responsibilities on the position description above.