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The Tucker Center is currently looking for students to fill two upper-level student director positions and four assistant positions.
The Tucker Center is hiring students to join our staff for the 2017-2018 school year.
The student director position is an upper level student leadership position typically offered to seniors. Student directors advise and manage an ongoing program, project, or initiative under the direction of a Tucker staff member. Previous Tucker Center and/or specific PR and Communication experience is preferred and may be required. Student director positions typically require a commitment of three terms and 10–12 hours per week as well as extensive pre-service training.
The Student Director for Communications provides project administrative support for programming and events with public relations and marketing initiatives. Typical duties include, but are not limited to, updating our website; posting to social media feeds; writing for Tucker publications; creating brochures, posters, student leader profiles; and research. Three-term commitment is preferred.
Learn more about the Student Director for Public Relations and Communications position.
The Student Director for Major Events is an upper level student leadership position, which is generally offered to seniors, and is responsible for assisting in the programmatic activities of the Tucker Center, with special responsibilities for organizing the major annual events for the Tucker Center. These events include (1) Voices of Faith, (2) Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Multi-Faith Celebration, (3) Baccalaureate Multi-Faith Ceremony. The position typically requires a commitment of three terms and 10–12 hours per week as well as extensive pre-service training.
Learn more about the Student Director for Major Events position.
The Student Assistant for Community Engagement is responsible for building and leading relevant and meaningful collaborative programmatic activities and relationships with on-going and new areas of campus life including House Communities, OPAL, UCM, Greek Houses, LLCs, etc., with special responsibilities for developing new initiatives that promote discussion of faith, spirituality, religious dialogue, and ethical and purposeful living.
The Student Assistant for Community Engagement position typically requires a commitment of three terms and 10–12 hours per week as well as extensive pre-service training. The Student Assistant for Community Engagement for the Tucker Center, among other responsibilities, serves as a student spokesperson for the Center (on student panels, Spring Dimensions, etc.).
Learn more about the Student Assistant for Community Engagement position.
The Student Assistant for Multi-Faith Conversations is an entry level paid leadership position designed to provide administrative and programmatic support to our Multi-Faith Conversations (MFC) weekly dinner and discussion series. This position might also include assisting with special event planning, enhancement projects, research, or general administrative support.
Learn more about the Student Assistant for Multi-Faith Conversations position.
The Student Assistant for Summer and Orientation Events is an entry level paid leadership position designed to assist with the programmatic activities of the Tucker Center during Summer Term, with special responsibilities for serving as a resource, outreach and leading opportunities to welcome the next incoming Dartmouth class. The Summer Assistant will help plan and implement orientation programs that promote Tucker Center and introduce discussions of faith, spirituality, and religious dialogue as well as multi-faith programs and initiatives. Preferred if student will be available to help lead and implement events during orientation programming period.
Learn more about the Student Assistant for Summer and Orientation Event position.
The Student Assistant for Alternative Spring Break is a leadership position designed to provide support to the Multifaith Advisor in the recruitment, interviewing, assessing and planning of the annual ASB trip to Washington, DC. The Fall and Winter terms will focus on assisting with trip preparations and educational programming and Spring term will include creation of set-up templates and notes for future years and post-trip evaluations and development of programming and mentoring opportunities for trip alumni and recruitment of trip leaders for following year.
Learn more about the Student Assistant for Alternative Spring Break position.