About the 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.).
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