Get more than a job. Become a Student Leader!
Student Leader job Applications for the 2017-18 will be available begging in spring 2017. Take a look below for brief job descriptions and instructions on how to apply.
How to Apply
Fill out an application for the jobs you want to apply for:
- Student Government
- Programs Board - Diversity & Intercultural Awareness Coordinator
- Student Ambassador
- Graphic Design Intern
- Social Media & Publicity Intern
- Pride Center Student Coordinator
- East County Campus Student LIFE Coordinator
- Resident Assistant
Attach resume and application questions.
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Return completed application(s) to Student LIFE, PSU 209 by the deadline outlined on your application.*
**Applications available in Spring 2017
Requirements and Salary
- Must be currently enrolled in 10 credit hours (unless otherwise described)
- Must currently have a quarterly and cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5.
Salary: $10.41** per hour
**Senators are paid at the rate of $9.97. Resident Assistant compensation also varies.
- Hours: 12 – 16 hours per week (each position varies).
What are the benefits of becoming a Student Leader?
As a Student Leader you will develop a wide range of transferable skills that will benefit you! Employers, colleges and universities are looking for more than just good grades; they want community involvement and service! Student leaders will gain leadership skills that will help build your resume, university and scholarship applications. You will earn letters of recommendations, get connected to and serve your campus, and help students and the community learn more about Everett Community College.
Positions for academic year 2016-2017:
Student Government is organized into two branches: Executive Council and the Associated Student Body (ASB) Senate. Through participation in student government, students are able to express their views on issues affecting student and academic affairs as well as college policy and state-wide legislative issues. It is also a learning experience that provides a laboratory-type environment for developing strong leadership skills All Executive Council members are members of the ASB Senate and are also trained to serve as Student Ambassadors
Chairs weekly Executive Council meetings and bi-weekly ASB Senate meetings. Coordinates the appointment process for EvCC students serving on the ASB committees, college committees, and faculty appointment review committees. Liaison to the ASB Senate, the College Administration and gives monthly reports to the Board of Trustees. Chairs the E-Tech Budget Committee.
Preferred Qualification: Previously served on Executive Council.
ASB Vice President of Administration
Coordinates the ASB Senate “self election” process, prepares Senate packets, organizes the Senate Notebooks, facilitates the hiring process and orientation of new Senators and manages communication with the ASB Senate. Keeps minutes during the ASB Senate meetings and organizes approval and distribution in a timely manner. Also chairs the annual ASB Constitution Review Committee.
Preferred Qualification: Previously served on ASB Senate.
ASB Vice President of Public Relations & Student Involvement
Promotes and publicizes Student LIFE, with an emphasis on Student Government, by working closely with Student Programs Board and Publicity Services to increase student involvement at EvCC. Organizes bi-weekly Snack & Chat info tables. Chairs the Graduation Committee and plans the annual Commencement Ceremony.
ASB Vice President of Budget & Finance
Serves as chair of the ASEvCC Services & Activities Fee Budget Committee, which develops the annual student budget. Manages all S & A Fees Budget requests, conducting budget workshops and assisting student organizations with proposals for funding. Presents proposals to the ASB Senate, College Administration, and Board of Trustees.
ASB Vice President of Clubs & Student Initiatives
Organizes and coordinates the bi-weekly Club Council meetings with club representatives. Coordinates, plans, and implements the quarterly Club Fest, as well as the Annual Student LIFE Awards Banquet. Coordinates the new club chartering process and manages the club files for all EvCC chartered clubs. Coordinates a variety of special projects that may arise during the year such as legislative initiatives and ASB Senate activities.
The Student Senate is the student legislative body and student forum for the Associated Student Body. To become a Student Senator, you must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and maintain a minimum quarterly and cumulative GPA of 2.5. To find out more information on how to become a Student Senator, pick up materials at Student LIFE or the Executive Council Office (Parks 209). (open year round).
Student Programs Board is the event programming body of Student LIFE. Programs Board provides diverse programming opportunities such as: concerts, fine arts, lectures, health/wellness programs, recreation opportunities and special events for EvCC students, both on and off campus. The student leaders selected to serve on the Student Programs Board coordinate events and activities that complement academic programs and enhance EvCC students’ educational experience through exposure to, and participation in, inclusive, educational, cultural, recreational, social, and leadership opportunities.
Manager of Student Programs Board
Working closely with the Student LIFE advisor, this position assists and advises fellow Board members in all aspects of training, leadership development and event programming, including the selection, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of all Programs Board events and activities. Additional responsibilities include: coordinating and chairing weekly team meetings as well as weekly one-on-one meetings with programmers to track and assist with event development and implementation. As well as being tasked with maintaining and monitoring work schedules, and chairing and assisting in the organization of all interview/selection committees for the Board. Preferred Qualification: Previously served on Student Programs Board.
Preferred Qualification: Previously served on Student Programs Board.
Diversity and Intercultural Awareness Coordinator
Coordinates and implements a Diversity and Intercultural Awareness series primarily involved in educational programming that creates an inclusive and supportive campus climate. This position will work closely with departments such as the Diversity & Equity Center as well as EvCC chartered clubs to seek opportunities to collaborate and celebrate diversity through programming and leadership opportunities. Additionally they will work in collaboration with the student Diversity Coordinator from the Diversity and Equity Center to co-chair the Student Diversity Advisory Committee (SDAC), with the purpose to provide EvCC diversity/identity based clubs the opportunity to connect as well as educate and provide awareness of diversity focused topics to the EvCC campus community.
Coordinates and implements a Health/Wellness series primarily involved in the programming of speakers, forums and/or activities highlighting current health/wellness issues such as Responsible Choices, STD Education, Nutrition, Drug/Alcohol Awareness, Stress Management, Domestic Violence and Healthy Relationships, etc. This position will collaborate with on and off-campus organizations to implement programming that may include blood drives, vaccination clinics, information fairs and other educational opportunities.
Concerts and Fine Arts Coordinator
Coordinates and implements a Concert and Fine Arts Series representing diverse genres of both music and art. Music selections will encompass both solo and small group performances ranging from a coffee house feel to larger bands which may be selected for larger scale events such as the Fall Kick-Off and Spring Fling. Fine Arts performances ranging from spoken word poetry to performance dance and theatre. Through various programming, Concert and Fine Arts series will showcase a wide breadth of musical and artistic expressions from a variety of genres and cultures.
Special Events Coordinator
Coordinates and implements a Special Events series to include a variety of fun and engaging events with the purpose to entertain and build community amongst students with events such as comedy performances, magicians and/or other novelty acts , student dances, talent shows, drive-in movies, etc. The Special Events Coordinator will also work closely with the A.S.B V.P. of Clubs and Club Council to plan, coordinate and enhance quarterly Club Fests through programming.
Trojan Nation Coordinator
Coordinates and implements the Trojan Nation program designed to bring awareness to EvCC’s 11 Athletic teams. This position is tasked with creating programming such as Trojan Nation game days for each sport and generating awareness of EvCC’s athletic program and athletes. This position will work closely with Advisors, Programs Board and Publicity Services as well as Athletics to select game days, develop publicity and marketing plans and to identify innovative methods to generate excitement and build school spirit amongst the EvCC campus community. The Trojan Nation Coordinator is responsible for the on-going development of the Trojan Nation movement. Activities may include Trojan Nation t-shirt sales, game day half-time shows, event promotion activities and utilization of the Trojan Nation mascot.
Student Ambassadors provide campus tours, serve as an EvCC representative and perform duties at various EvCC campus and community events. Student Ambassadors also serve both at the front desk in Student LIFE, the Welcome Center and the Paperclip. Each service area has duties assigned; some of which are posting flyers, answering calls, creating student ID cards and giving campus referrals.
Student Ambassador Manager
Assists with the management and operation of the Student Ambassador Program. Duties include but are not limited to: creating quarterly schedules, chairing staff meetings, training new employees, and coordinating campus tours. Management of service areas such as Student LIFE Front Office and The Paperclip.
Qualification: Previously served as a Student Ambassador. Applications located in Student LIFE, PSU 209.
Student Graphic Design Intern
This student leadership position is responsible for producing approximately one hundred pieces of collateral during the year. Including flyers, brochures, banners, weekly bulletins, and other promotional and informational materials for Student LIFE’s events and programs. .
Minimum qualifications: Experience and classes in visual communications and Adobe Creative Suite programs, preferably Photoshop, Illustrator & InDesign..
Social Media & Publicity Intern
This position is responsible for assisting in publicizing Student LIFE's events and programs using various social media platforms, photography, videography, as well as assisting with light editing and design work.
Minimum qualifications: Introductory knowledge of programs and equipment such as Adobe Photoshop, SLR camera, video camera and editing software. As well as experience with a variety of social media platforms including but not limited to Facebook and Twitter.
Pride Center Coordinator
Oversees the Pride Center space as well as coordinates and implements LGBTQIA+ educational programming sponsored by the Pride Center. The position will maintain a professional relationship with the LGBTQIA+ student club, as well as any other LGBTQIA+ groups on campus. The position will also work with community organizations to maintain a supply of resources and knowledge made available to students in the Pride Center.
East County Campus Student LIFE Coordinator
This position is responsible for all aspects of the planning and implementation of Student LIFE activities for the East County Campus. East County Campus Student LIFE Coordinator will determine student engagement needs by surveying students and meeting with a student council. They will also coordinate with appropriate East County and main campus staff, and community members. Some of the duties include planning student events, clubs, community service, community visibility and other student-centered initiatives.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are assigned to a floor and are responsible for assisting with the social, academic, and personal adjustment to the residence hall and college. RAs are vital in developing a sense of community and enhance each resident’s experience by providing information, direction, guidance, friendship, and support. This may take place through informal day-to-day contact with residents as well as formal floor meetings and building programs.
Resident Assistant Additional Requirements
- 2 evenings per week “on duty” (Monday-Thursday)
- 1-2 weekends per month “on duty” (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
- Attendance at all required pre-fall training dates listed on application
- Able reside in the residence hall between Fall 2016 - Summer 2017
Resident Assistant Compensation
- All student housing rent and fees waived (with the exception of $200.00 damage deposit
*Note: Pending approval of the 2016-17 student housing budget.
For more information contact:
Student LIFE, PSU 209