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Civic Engagement Job Opportunities from our Member Campuses and Partners
April 2013

We hope you had a great National Volunteer Week and best of luck to those participating in Global Youth Service Day activities this weekend!

"We are home to more than 300 million people who come from every background, practice every faith, and hold every point of view. But where difference could draw us apart, we are bound together by a single sacred word: citizen. Ordinary men and women have stepped forward and accomplished extraordinary things together, uniting as friends and neighbors and fellow citizens."   

-      President Barack Obama (White House proclamation declaring 
       April 21-27 National Volunteer Week)

Director, Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service, NC State University



The Director of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service provides leadership for a shared vision for the center that engages students in the world around them to develop as global citizens. With a focus on the University's strategic goals of student success and developing socially responsible leaders for the state, the nation, and the world, the Director will be responsible for developing partnerships between Academic and Student Affairs. These partnerships provide challenging learning experiences that support students' intellectual, cultural, social and spiritual development. The Director is a member of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs' leadership team.


For the full job description and to apply visit and click on 'Search Jobs' in the upper left corner and search on 'Director for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service.'

Campus Election Engagement Project, Virginia Outreach Director


The Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) helps America's colleges and universities get as many of their students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves on issues and candidates, and show up at the polls. This non-partisan engagement project had a major impact in 2008 and 2012 and is now addressing major off-year elections, beginning this year with Virginia's state-wide elections. The Virginia Outreach Director will reach out to college and university administrators, faculty and staff, and selected student leaders, building on the significant momentum already created with colleges and universities in the state, with nonpartisan groups like the League of Women Voters, and with some new partnerships with county registrars. This individual will share CEEP-created resource lists of effective nonpartisan ways campuses can help involve their students and build on these resources and relationships to help the state's colleges and universities implement powerful engagement approaches.


Download the full description here.

Bonner Scholars Program Coordinator, Guilford College


Under the general supervision of the Director of the Bonner Center, the Coordinator provides enthusiastic leadership and support to students in the services, activities and projects of the Bonner Scholars Program, promotes a campus-wide ethic of service in keeping with the ideals of the Bonner Foundation, and coordinates planning and implementation of all program meetings and activities.


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Assistant Director for Community Service

The ACT Assistant Director for Community Service works to strengthen and expand ACT's Alternative Break programs (known locally at Appalachian as Alternative Service Experiences - ASE), including both domestic and international efforts. The Assistant Director manages the recruitment, selection, and training of all student ASE Peer Leaders, and faculty & staff Learning Partners. This position works collaboratively with many offices and academic departments, in particular the Office of International Education and Development (OIED) and is responsible for ensuring the safety & risk management protocol for all break programs. Other ASE related responsibilities include oversight of ACT scholarship processes, and the annual service photo contest. Additionally, this staff member will help supervise and coordinate the educational efforts of one Graduate Assistant. This position will also hold oversight of two ACT major events (TBD), and partial oversight of other major events as needed, as well as serve as the main liaison with the Service & Leadership Residential Learning Community. The Assistant Director will informally teach student development and program planning principles to student leaders, graduate assistants, and interns.


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Deliberative Dialogue Moderator Training
May 10, 2013, 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Elon University



Learn how to moderate a deliberative dialogue, a technique used by the National Issues Forum Institute to explore diverse views and experiences related to a specific issue. Learn more here.    


RSVP to Leslie Garvin by May 1st. Thanks to The Division of Student Life, The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and The Office of Leadership and Professional Development at Elon University for co-sponsoring this training. 



Alternative Service Experiences Institute
June 18-19, 2013
High Point University, High Point, NC



This Institute is designed to assist campuses in facilitating alternative break/short-term service trips.Learn more and register here.


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