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The Division of Equity and Inclusion has numbers of paid student jobs and internships available that address issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. Each year, there are numbers of positions available requiring a wide variety of skills and experiences.
While most positions are availabe at the start of the year and last for a year, check back often, as new jobs or internships may be posted throughout the year.
Most current open positions are listed on Handshake or found on the DEI website and include application instructions, general recruitment periods and requirements. General position descriptions are found below with links.
GRAPHIC DESIGN | MARKETING | SOCIAL MEDIA | WEB WORK
Hours: 15 – 20 hrs. / per week (varies); Schedule TBD
Position is for 19_20 Academic Year, but need to be available for training 3-5 hrs/week for 3-4 weeks Spring or Summer Quarter.
Create graphics and marketing materials for Division of Equity and Inclusion and for campus wide diversity events and activities. Create social media posts, work on DEI website and with central communications website and social media, design for email marketing tools and more.
Requirements include: Understanding & experience with design and marketing principles, social media and web design. Experience working with diverse populations and concepts of equity and inclusion. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (particularly InDesign and Photoshop) and Microsoft Office. Excellent communications and organization skills. Attention to details and deadlines. Photography a plus.
Questions: tova stabin, Communications Specialist, Division of Equity and Inclusion.
CMAE Student Services Specialist
Start Date: June 3, 2019
Application Deadline: Review will begin Monday, April 29, 2019. Applications close on Tuesday, May 28, 2019, at 5:00pm.
Training will take place during Week 10 of Spring term and Week 1 of Fall term
First contact person for the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE). Proovides hospitable and welcoming attention to visitors; assists with all responsibilities of running the center; acts as a liaison between the advisors and students in need of information and resources.
Requirements include: Maintain confidentiality and abide by Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA); positively engaging with and helping others; promoting equity and inclusion; good written and oral communication skills; experience with Microsoft Office and other software, website navigation, on-line programs; meet deadlines; work independently and as a team.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by the CMAE Office at Oregon Hall Suite 135.
Leadership Enrichment Internship (LEI)
The Leadership Enrichment Internship (LEI) is a paid mentored internship experience enhanced with professional development, career advisement, networking opportunities and real-life experience for students with diverse academic interests whose backgrounds are currently underrepresented in such careers.
Student responsibilities will include: Attend LEI cohort meetings for collaborative professional development and networking opportunities (meetings are paid work hours); meet with your internship sponsor (employer) to jointly determine the content and structure of work placement and responsibilities.