The Civic Engagement Office employs students on and off campus in order to implement the many programs and projects sponsored by the office. Students are employed as coordinators, office assistants, and van drivers. Students work individually, in pairs or teams, both on and off campus, on projects such as coordinating the America Reads/Counts Tutoring program, or coordinating VITA. With a strong commitment to student development, the CEO works closely with student coordinators to create opportunities for learning and growth. Using a multi-faceted approach, including coaching through direct supervision, trainings/workshops, reflection sessions, opportunities to attend relevant conferences, and a peer network of support among fellow student coordinators, we strive to create a learning community of staff and students.
The Civic Engagement Office is currently recruiting for new employees in the Community-Based Work Study Program. Interested students should review the open positions listed below. If you are interested in learning more about any position, please contact Rachel Salzberg at email@example.com or x7319.
To apply for to participate in Community Based Work Study, you must submit an application to the Civic Engagement Office.