Check out the following list of recently posted communications-related on-campus roles for current undergraduate students!
Community Engagement and Leadership Education (CELE) Center:
We are seeking a community-minded undergraduate student to join our team as the Community-Engaged Courses (CEC) Communications Assistant.
The Community-Engaged Courses (CEC) Communications Assistant is an hourly role who will work in close cooperation with CEC staff in the CELE Center to provide support on key components of the center’s Community-Engaged Courses program and will support digital communications through email, web contact forms, and CELE social media channels. The CEC Communications Assistant will contribute to the University of Washington’s commitment to community engagement through supporting both community organizations and undergraduate students in the community-engaged learning process.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Q Center is excited to announce the opening of two undergraduate, work-study eligible positions beginning Fall 2021. Please see the following brief overviews for each role and the linked job descriptions. We invite you to share out with your networks and students!
The UW Q Center seeks an attentive undergraduate student to fill the Communication and Digital Organizing Specialist role on our team. This position will lead the Q Center’s communication endeavors and provide general oversight for all Q Center social media. The Communication and Digital Organizing Specialist will play a key part in facilitating/supporting community-sustaining initiatives through the development of short-term promotional plans, misc. media, and community-centered storytelling. In this role, there will be opportunities to develop peer facilitation skills, public relations experience, and coordinate on- and off-campus.
The UW Q Center seeks a dynamic undergraduate student to fill the Student Engagement Coordinator role on our team. This position will lead Q Center outreach efforts and provide oversight on internal sharing systems. The Student Engagement Coordinator will play a key part in facilitating community-sustaining initiatives by supporting staple and emergent social, educational, and wellness programs. There is also an opportunity to develop editorial skills, gain facilitation and project management experience, and coordinate programs & events–both in person and virtually.
Note: Application deadline is July 31st.
Submit application materials–including resume, cover letter, and portfolio (optional)– to Assistant Director, Anthony Cheng at email@example.com.
Visit the Q Center website for more employment opportunities.
Meany Center for the Performing Arts
We have an exciting job opening at UW’s Meany Center for the Performing Arts!
Email Cristi Benefield at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.