- $11,000.00 stipend paid bi-weekly
- $500 professional development funds
- $100 JumboCash per semester
- 18 hours per week split between three days based on the intern’s academic schedule.
- Additional nights and weekends will also be required. University holidays and school breaks will be recognized.
- This nine-month position begins mid-August and ends mid-May, following Senior Week.
- Exact start and end dates will be determined with the Associate Director for Campus Life.
The Office for Campus Life seeks a graduate intern for Programming who: brings a positive attitude to their work, has a passion for understanding social justice in student affairs, takes pride and responsibility for their role and job responsibilities, enjoys working independently and in team environments, is a creative problem solver and with attention to detail, has a willingness to learn and flexibility to adapt to different situations that evolve over the year, and has excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
This position also:
- Actively participate and prepare for weekly TUSC member and OCL Staff meetings
- Attend all major campus-wide events including: Fall Gala, Homecoming Concert, Winter Comedian, Tuftonia’s Day, Outdoor Movie, Spring Fling, and Senior Week
- Support and manage late night and weekend programming in collaboration with TUSC and OCL, including attending late night and weekend programming as necessary
- Develop and maintain relationships with on campus partners and outside vendors as needed for event planning and execution
- Serves as a co-advisor to the Tufts University Social Collective, including advising students with the planning, marketing, and execution of events, managing budgets, including processing payments and paperwork, develop a semester calendar of events in coordination with the TUSC Executive Coordinators and Associate Director for Campus Life, recruit, select, train and develop a dynamic and culturally competent TUSC team including mediating conflict as needed
Master’s degree candidate in Higher Education Administration program or related field preferred; experience planning and managing campus events and working within a university setting; excellent interpersonal skills; understanding of and commitment to issues of cultural diversity and college student development; demonstrated leadership, advisory, technological, and management skills.