How to Apply
Submit a letter of interest and resume. Please indicate which area you are interested in: Student Activities, Leadership Programs, or Fraternity and Sorority Life. Please also include why you are interested in the position, your availability, and contact information for a professional reference.
This is a posting for multiple positions. The Student Involvement & Leadership Interns will work directly with the staff team in Student Involvement & Leadership at the University of Michigan-Flint. The focus of these roles is to support the strategic direction of the student involvement. Additional experiences beyond example duties may also include support of leadership programs, and campus activities. This position is ideal for practicum or internship experiences in Student Affairs, Public Administration, or Higher Education Administration Masters Programs.
Position: Student Activities Intern
Position: Leadership Programs Intern
Position: Fraternity and Sorority Life Intern
What You'll Do
- Propose updates to Fraternity & Sorority Standards & Excellence Program
- Coordinate development of Fraternity & Sorority Life Handbook
- Design supplemental curriculum for Greek 101 Education Module
- Create multi-year report of Fraternity and Sorority community information
- Compile assessment data from Leadership Programs includes Leadership Learning Community
- Review current and proposed leadership programs and compare to Leadership Identity Development Model and CAS Standards
- Support the continued development of facilitation guides
- Research Global Leadership curriculum and purpose curriculum
- Review data from Student Engagement Survey to propose Connection Calendar events
- Conduct benchmarking project focused on Student Engagement assessment
- Propose structure for focus groups and follow up Student Engagement Survey
- Support Sponsored Student Organizations in creating an annual program calendar to enhance student engagement
- Completed Bachelor's Degree
- Experience with student organizations, curriculum development, or student activities
- Admittance to a Masters program or some Masters level coursework
- Experience with curriculum development
- Experience with various forms of assessment
- Knowledge of student development, and leadership theories
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Job openings are posted for a minimum of three calendar days. The review and selection process may begin as early as the fourth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.