Share with Students: Paid Student Leadership Opportunities 2021-2022

Please share this information with any students who may be interested in expanding their leadership skills:

A number of campus offices are currently recruiting student leaders for the 2021-2022 school year. If you’re interested in getting involved and want to represent and support your fellow students, check out the descriptions of available positions below for more information.

Arts & Entertainment Board (A&E)
A&E Board is currently hiring for two position types for next year: Event Coordinators help to plan and host a variety of fun events and activities for students, and Graphic Designers help to create fliers and promotional materials for student activities. Apply online by Friday, April 9, or contact mhsmith@shoreline.edu for more information.

Associated Student Government (ASG)
ASG provides a representative voice for all SCC students by overseeing the allocation and use of student fees, serving on campus communities, and providing opportunities for students to give feedback about their Shoreline experiences. There are 9 officer and 4 student representative positions available. Apply online by Friday, April 9, or contact smusnicki@shoreline.edu for more information.

International Student Ambassador (ISA)
ISAs assist admissions and outreach staff to connect with new students around the world via email and social media. ISAs also help with presentations, blog writing, video production, translating, and more. There are five language positions available (Arabic, Bahasa, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese). Apply online beginning Thursday, March 11 at 5:00pm PST, or contact ldu@shoreline.edu for more information.

International Student Leaders (ISL)
ISLs provide support to new and continuing international students to achieve cross-cultural experiences and academic success during their time here at Shoreline. ISLs support Orientation, plan events, provide mentorship, and help to engage with all international students on campus. Application will open in mid-March. Follow International Education’s Instagram (@shoreline_international) for updates. For more information, e-mail ywung@shoreline.edu.

Peer Activity Leader (PAL)
As a PAL you will mentor, engage, and support Japanese students on an international exchange program at Shoreline Community College. You will join the students in their class for one hour a day during summer and fall, and will lead small groups in a variety of fun projects. Application will open in mid-March. Check out the job description or contact jsheppard@shoreline.edu for more information.

Peer Navigator – Gender Equity Center
Gender Equity Center seeks to support, educate, and advocate for students from under-represented populations, focusing on the ways in which those populations intersect with gender and sexuality. This is done by creating a safe and welcoming space where students can go for advice, community, or connection. Peer Navigators work with staff to plan, coordinate, and implement student-facing programing related to gender, sexuality, and equity. Contact mdegraaff@shoreline.edu to apply or for more information.

Peer Navigator – Multicultural Center
The Multicultural Center Peer Navigators help organize and promote sponsored events and activities centering around underrepresented student populations through peer to peer support, resources, and activities. Contact jardena@shoreline.edu to apply or for more information.

Resident Assistants (RAs)
RAs live on-campus in the college’s residence hall, 7000 Campus Living, and directly contribute to a community that supports students’ academic and personal success. This is done through one-on-one connections with students, planning social and educational events and activities, and upholding community standards. If you are eager to help others, have a creative side, and can think on your feet, this is the right job for you! Apply online by Friday, April 9 or contact mwinter@shoreline.edu for more information.

To see a list of other hourly positions available at the College, students may also view the Work Study page and the HR page.

Sincerely,

Sundi Musnicki, M.S.(she/her/hers)
Director of Student Leadership & Residential Life

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