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The Center for Campus Involvement (CCI) seeks a motivated and talented Marketing Graduate Intern for the 2017-2018 academic year. Graduate Interns report to professional staff, and are integral members of the CCI team. Intern positions are rooted in Student Affairs philosophy and committed to student development. Interns provide leadership, advisement, supervision, and direction for student leaders and student organizations.
The Center for Campus involvement is a part of University Unions, an organization within Student Life that enriches University life through multiple facilities, services, and programs. Through meaningful involvement, CCI creates transformative experiences, a vibrant community, and lifelong memories for University of Michigan students. Our focus is to strengthen campus involvement by implementing over 300 annual student programs and supporting more than 1,400 student organizations in promoting cultural, social, academic, professional development and leadership activities on the University of Michigan campus. Current strategic goals for Campus Involvement include:
Aligning work with Student Life priorities, including Leadership; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; Wellness; and Civic Engagement
Extending reach of Campus Involvement through structured organizational partnerships with other academic and Student Life units
Increasing campus capacity to support student involvement through training and resources
Assessing current initiatives and improving our programs and services to meet the needs of the campus community
For additional information, candidates are invited to view the following:
Facebook: Center for Campus Involvement
Developing marketing and communication materials for CCI sponsored events
Create, manage, and maintain marketing practices office wide
Work with members of student organizations, student staff, and major events on development, promotion, execution, and assessment of programs.
Attend meetings and events related to position
Develop, present, and/or facilitate student development trainings
Provide support to general office operations and programs in related area
Attend CCI Staff meetings (as schedule allows)
Serve as a resource for student organizations and/or student leaders
Participate in departmental committees and various staff development opportunities
Collaborate and connect with other campus departments
Assess office marketing and create yearly goals and strategies
Additional responsibilities may include:
Work closely with student organization development and leadership education
Responsible for one departmental annual project, which may include assessment, marketing, or training and development
Advise and/or supervise student leaders in student organizations, program development, and/or marketing development.
Additional Opportunities for all Graduate Interns
In addition to the specific responsibilities listed above, Interns will have the opportunity to work on departmental projects that will increase their skills and knowledge in student development (i.e. CCI’s Strategic Goals implementation). Interns are encouraged to participate in departmental committees and various staff development opportunities, and attend the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) regional conference (expenses paid). Upon successful completion of the first year, and departmental funding, Graduate Interns can interview for a second full year of employment, pending funding approval.
Candidates must be committed to working with students and have an appreciation for the college student development process. Candidates must have an understanding of and appreciation for diversity. Candidates must be able to interact and work effectively with students and staff. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, are also a necessity. Candidates must have experience with marketing and communication materials. It is preferred that candidates will possess experience in college student life, either as a student leader or professional, and have good leadership and management skills. Skills in social technology are necessary; Photoshop and Illustrator are a plus. Experience in volunteer service is also desirable. Successful candidates will be organized, resourceful, creative, self-motivated, flexible, responsible, reliable, detail-oriented, and willing to engage with multiple types of audiences.
**Must be a current Graduate Student.**
$14.75/hour, 15-20 hours/week during the fall 2017 and winter 2018 semesters
Work hours, while flexible based on class schedule, include some evenings and weekends and may vary given weekly needs
Start date will be in mid-August 2017
Please address your cover letter, resume, and the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least three references to:
Kristie Filipchuk, Student Development Manager
Center for Campus Involvement
2205 Michigan Union
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109