Work Study opportunities at the women's resource center
(Currently filled for 2012-13)
We are committed to the involvement of our student's here at UNC, and in order to bring in new and well-rounded groups of students we offer student employment to eligible work-study participants. The requirements to apply for the position are as follows:
- The student must be currently enrolled and work-study eligible--please check with financial aid before applying to find out if you are eligible, and for what type of work-study (state or federal)
- The hours required to work are any of the following which will vary by student: Mon-Fri, 8:00-10:00 am, 11:00/11:30 am-1:00/1:30 pm, and 3:00-5:00 pm--we will flex on the days of the week, but not on the hours as we need coverage for these specific times--if you are not available during these times, please try back when your schedule permits
The position will be responsible for general office duties as assigned by the Director, Adminstrative Assistant, and the Graduate Assistants within the Women's Resource Center and Stryker Institute for Leadership Development. Some of the general office duties assigned will be filing, scrapbooking, running errands, and other general types of duties. The position reports directly to the Administrative Assistant and should contact the current Administrative Assistant for interviews. The current contact information is listed below:
Or feel free to stop in and leave your name and contact information at the front desk.
Internship Opportunity at the Women’s Resource Center
In an effort to demonstrate Women’s Resource Center’s commitment to UNC students, we are now offering an internship opportunity that will allow students to utilize and gain leadership skills. The Women’s Resource Center provides programs, discussions, and materials about women’s issues, initiatives and development.
Student must be admitted in an undergraduate or graduate program at the University of Northern Colorado. Experience in women’s resource centers, student activities, or cultural centers are preferred but not a deciding factor. Demonstrate organization, initiative, and reliability. Possess desire and ability to serve a diverse clientele as well as the desire to strengthen one’s own leadership abilities.
Specific duties include, but are not limited to: assisting graduate assistant in coordinating annual events such as Take Back the Night, Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Women’s History Month and the Women’s Recognition Reception, coordinating speaking events and co-sponsored events, and outreach and recruitment via resource fairs.
Requires a 5-10 hours/per week commitment for the academic year. No salary will be acquired in this position.
Yvette Nguyen at the Women’s Resource Center, Scott-Willcoxon Hall, (970) 351-1492.
Graduate Assistant for Women's Resource Center
Student must be admitted into a graduate degree program at UNC. Preference will be given to those enrolled in HESA, ELPS, Counseling, or related field. Experience in women's resource centers, student activities, or cultural centers preferred. Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, a high level of self-direction, organization, initiative, and reliability. Possess desire and ability to serve a diverse clientele in addition to knowledge of feminism and women's initiatives.
Responsibilities: Specific duties include, but are not limited to: advising student groups, planning and implementing programs, administering program budgets, supervising interns and volunteers, and managing publicity and public relations. This position requires some evening and weekend hours.
.39 FTE (9month position, 20 hours per week.) Qualifies for in-state tuition assistance.
Women's Resource Center, Scott-Willcoxon Hall, (970) 351-1492.
Application Information is avaiable on the Graduate School Web site