Join the CoCo Team
The CoCo offers several leadership opportunities in the College Ten community. You can apply for:
Faculty Initiatives Assistant
Assist in the development and implementation of programs that bring together faculty and students from Colleges Ten in meaningful interactions that enhance co-curricular learning related to the college's theme. Plan faculty presentations, field trips and other programs. For more information, please contact Wendy Baxter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chancellor’s Undergraduate Internship Program
CUIP Internship Position provides leadership in planning and teaching College Ten 2-credit class, facilitating a leadership group, and developing other programs to enhance the college's theme of Social Justice and Community. For any questions please contact Wendy Baxter at email@example.com
Office Assistants provide administrative & clerical support to assist in the production of CoCurricular, theme related programs at College Nine & College Ten. Varying availability throughout the year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Special Projects Assistant
Works closely with professional and other student staff to develop passive or interactive opportunities that highlight issues related to the themes of both colleges through pop- ups, booths, installations, poster campaigns, tabling events, interactive creative opportunities as well as visual representations of theme-related issues. For any questions please contact Wendy Baxter at email@example.com
A variety of opportunities throughout the year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join a Group
ENGAGE - Explore New Growth and Gain Experience
Develop leadership skills, explore social justice and community, and gather the resources to become more engaged in your community. ENGAGE takes place during Fall Quarter.
Practical Activism Planning
Planning begins in the Spring Quarter prior to the conference. College Nine, College Ten & Oakes College students work colaboratively to develop content, plan workshops, and implement all aspects of the event. For more information, visit the Practical Activism website.
MCW - Multicultural Community Weekend
An overnight retreat where you explore issues impacting your identity, build intercultural communication skills and examine the diversity of our community.
CREATE - Cultural Resources to Educate and to Empower
CREATE offers a community/home at College Nine and College Ten for students of color to find support and empowerment through mentorship and friendship. CREATE also hosts educational, political, and social programs throughout the academic year.
Triangle Club offers monthly gatherings and other opportunities for celebrating and strengthening queer community at College Nine and College Ten. This club is open to all LGBTQ+ students and allies.
Teach a Class or Facilitate a Group
Teaching Social Justice Issues - CLTE 191
Upper Division College Ten students explore materials and techniques to facilitate their own weekly section of 12-18 students in CLTE 85.
If you have participated in MCW, you can apply to be a co-facilitator. You’ll work with a group of students and staff to develop this year’s MCW. Applications will be available Fall Quarter.
Practical Activism Leadership
Members of the planning group who have shown excellent leadership, organization and follow-through may apply to take on leadership roles.
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