Meet regularly with Director to create, organize, and execute annual ICC programs such as Intercultural Cookout, Intercultural Cafe, Dine and Dialogue, etc.
Completes the Program Proposal for multicultural programming centered on social justice and intercultural understanding under the supervision of the Director and in collaboration with entire intern team. Present Program Proposal to the ICC leadership for approval during bi-weekly staff meetings.
Create forum and dialogue sessions that relate to issues of race, class, gender , and a variety of multicultural identities for Dine and Dialogue series
Work closely with entire intern’s team to promote during opening year events such as Maize & Blue Days, Mgagement, Intercultural Cookout, and other opening weekend events.
Recruits students, organizations, and departments to participate in ICC programming through tabling & flyering throughout the school year.
Facilitate and present the ICC diversity workshops, with a professional staff member, to courses, students, leaders, faculty, staff and Flint community members.
Serve as a ICC team member, participating in regular staff meetings, training, and office events, and supporting office functions by attending all programs for which there are no academic conflicts
Meet one-on-one with your supervisor bi-weekly (minimum) in order to effectively balance academics, personal and ICC obligations
Other duties as assigned
Currently enrolled as a full-time UM Flint student in good academic standing.
Passion for community involvement, social justice, a willingness to build relationships with campus and community partners, the ability to motivate peers to accomplish a common vision, and knowledge of goal setting and strategic planning methods.
Ability to work independently (as a motivated self-starter) or in teams
Have an understanding of Microsoft Office programs: Word, Publisher, Excel, etc.
Previous experience with programming, promotion and marketing and event planning
Knowledge of the Adobe Suite of programs (Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign)
Academic background and/or interest in higher education student affairs, multicultural affairs, antiracist education and/or social justice
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