Would you like to work for the Off-Campus Programs office? 

 

Many students who return from studying off-campus express interest in being part of the Off-Campus Program office staff.  The office relies on student staff to share their passion for off-campus study with campus in general and with future off-campus study students in particular.  Some positions provide essential assistance with office administration.  Other positions focus more on outreach efforts or on the experiences of particular programs. 

Off-Campus Programs Outreach Specialist & Special Projects Assistant

Job Description: This position is designed to (1) work on special projects for the Off-Campus Programs office and (2) increase visibility and promote off-campus study to our campus.  These goals will be met in a variety of ways but this position will be central in showing campus a range of students who study off-campus and a diversity of their experiences. More information about the position is available here: OCP Outreach & Projects Position Description 2017-18.docx

Qualifications: Have participated in an off-campus study program and be genuinely interested in promoting the off-campus study experience to the Appleton campus.

Hours per Week: Approximately 5-10 hours per week.  The number of hours per week vary based upon the time of year and how much is undertaken.  The position has both independent projects and in-office responsibilities.

Employment Start Date: start of fall term

To apply (when hiring): Email Laura Zuege your resume and a statement about your interest in the position and why you feel you are a good candidate for the position.

Off-Campus Programs Inclusion Specialist & Special Projects Assistant

Job Description: The Off-Campus Programs office is committed to furthering inclusion within study abroad participation and is seeking a student specialist to focus efforts in this area.  This position is designed to (1) work on special projects for the Off-Campus Programs office and (2) assist in developing office reach and resources to students from diverse backgrounds.  More information about the position is available here: OCP Inclusion & Projects Position Description 2017-18_1.docx

Qualifications: Have participated in an off-campus study program and be genuinely interested in promoting inclusion in the off-campus study.

Hours per Week: Approximately 5-10 hours per week.  The number of hours per week vary based upon the time of year and how much is undertaken.  The position has both independent projects and in-office responsibilities.

Employment Start Date: start of fall term

To apply (when hiring): Email Laura Zuege your resume and a statement about your interest in the position and why you feel you are a good candidate for the position.

London Centre Student Assistant

Job Description: The Lawrence London Centre Student Assistant position consists of helping the Director of Off-Campus Programs with various aspects of promoting the London Centre program. This includes developing and distributing promotional materials, co-hosting information and orientation sessions, answering student questions, and other means of sharing aspects of the program with campus. More information about the position can be found here: London Centre Student Assistant - Job Description 17-18.doc

Qualifications: Applicants should have participated in the London Centre program. 

Hours per Week: The London Centre Student Assistants meet with the Director of Off-Campus Programs weekly through the year.  The number of hours per week in addition to the weekly meeting vary based upon the time of year and how much the Student Assistants plan.  The position has both in-office responsibilities and independent projects. 

Employment Start Date: start of fall term

To apply (when hiring): Submit a completed application to Laura Zuege.  The application is available here: LULC Student Assistant Application - 17-18.docx

Francophone Seminar in Dakar, Senegal Student Assistant

Job Description: The Francophone Seminar in Dakar, Senegal Student Assistant position consists of helping the Director of Off-Campus Programs with various aspects of promoting this program. This includes developing and distributing promotional materials, co-hosting information and orientation sessions, answering student questions, and other means of sharing aspects of the program with campus.

Qualifications: Applicants should have participated in the Francophone Seminar program.

Hours per Week: The number of hours per week vary based upon the time of year and how much the Student Assistant plans.  The position has both in-office responsibilities and independent projects.

Employment Start Date: start of fall term

To apply (when hiring): Submit a completed application to Laura Zuege.  The application is available here: Senegal Student Assistant Application - 17-18.docx

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