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SLICE Graduate Intern (Civic Engagement & Priority Initiatives) - Division of Student Affairs

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Marketing
  • Pittsburgh
  • Quick Apply

AI generated summary

  • You must work up to 30 hours per week through August 25, 2024, including evenings and weekends. High school diploma/GED required. Familiarity with CMU preferred. Start immediately upon hiring.
  • You will oversee and manage various civic engagement programs and events, coordinate communications and marketing strategies, supervise student staff, and support student organizations at a top university.

Requirements

  • The Graduate Intern will work up to 30 hours per week through August 25, 2024, which will sometimes include evening and weekend hours. This position will begin immediately upon hiring. Priority consideration given to candidates with CMU familiarity and background.
  • Qualifications:
  • High school diploma/GED required

Responsibilities

  • Program and Event Management
  • Coordinate all aspects of numerous large-scale civic engagement traditions including but not limited to the Orientation Day of Service, Volunteer Fair, and Fall Day of Service
  • Organize the Pittsburgh Connections Orientation program
  • Create programming for Scotty Saturday
  • Schedule blood drives for the year and seek student organization partners
  • Coordinate the fall Pirate’s Day
  • Communications and Marketing
  • Develop and deploy the communication and marketing strategy for voter registration including information on the inaugural PA Voter Registration API
  • Communicate with non-profit partners to understand their upcoming needs and then match them with opportunities for connection and collaboration at CMU
  • Update the Nexus of Civic Engagement website
  • Student Supervision and Training
  • Hire and supervise civic engagement student staff including the Day of Service intern and Voter Engagement intern
  • Supervise PACE in the development of the Service Saturdays slate
  • Develop and deliver trainings for divisional student staff including RAs and OCs
  • Student Organization Support
  • Audit and correct advisors in TartanConnect based on re-recognition forms
  • Support the student organization finance and recognition reform project
  • Conduct benchmarking and research projects for strategic initiatives

FAQs

What skills will I develop as a SLICE Graduate Intern in Civic Engagement & Priority Initiatives?

As a SLICE Graduate Intern, you will hone your skills in program and event management, communications and marketing, student supervision, and building relationships with community partners. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to support strategic initiatives for student organizations and provide support for other SLICE programs and priorities.

What are the responsibilities of a SLICE Graduate Intern in Civic Engagement & Priority Initiatives?

As a SLICE Graduate Intern, you will have ownership of and responsibility for high profile events and support priority initiatives. You will also be involved in program and event management, communications and marketing, student supervision, building relationships with community partners, and supporting strategic initiatives for student organizations.

What opportunities will I have as a SLICE Graduate Intern in Civic Engagement & Priority Initiatives?

As a SLICE Graduate Intern, you will have the opportunity to develop leadership and communication skills, build relationships with community partners, support strategic initiatives for student organizations, and gain experience in program and event management. Additionally, you will contribute to the ongoing care of students within the Student Affairs Division.

How will this internship benefit my career development?

This internship will provide you with valuable experience in program and event management, communications and marketing, student supervision, and building relationships with community partners. You will also have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and contribute to the ongoing care of students within the Student Affairs Division. These skills and experiences will benefit your career development and set you up for success in future endeavors.

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