Department: Alumni Relations Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: January 28, 2019 Work Type: Service
The student volunteer coordinator reports directly to the director of alumni volunteer engagement. The individual in this position is responsible for assisting with the development, marketing and/or management of volunteer recruitment, training, and stewardship. The individual will assist with the volunteer recruitment for Admissions and other department events, will help to plan and coordinate the NIU Legislative Day in Springfield, and assist the Volunteer Coordinator with volunteer recruitment both at events and through event follow-up. This intern will have the opportunity to participate in volunteer recruitment, placement, and stewardship from start to finish.
Must be available as soon as possible and through end of Spring Semester.
Must be enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours to work in this position in the fall or spring semester. If working during the summer, you must be enrolled for at least three credit hours in the summer semester, have been enrolled for at least six credit hours in the immediate spring semester before the summer or be enrolled for at least six credit hours in the fall semester immediately after the summer (required).
Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 or obtain an academic probation permit from your academic adviser (required)
This position requires working a minimum of 10 hours per week with occasional night and weekend hours. The intern can work up to a maximum of 20 paid hours.
This internship is open to all undergraduate majors, with preference given to Non-profit and NGO Studies, Social Entrepreneurship, Political Science, and Hospitality and Tourism Management students.
Pay Rate: $ 9.00
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