Student Employment at College Ten
Student staff members are central to the successful functioning of our college community. Join the College Ten staff! Develop leadership skills, contribute to your community, and share your skills and experience by applying for one of the following positions:
Community Adviser (CA)
A Community Adviser (CA) or an International Peer Adviser (IPA) is a trained student leader who works to create and maintain a supportive system for residential students. Each CA is assigned to work within a specific community of students. CAs work to host different social, academic, and cultural activities for their residents; act as a resource and mentor; and act to address any safety or security concerns that occur in their areas. They also take turns serving as 24-hour emergency on-call support, during which time they support students with any safety or security concerns they might have. For more information, contact Mira Hutton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Justice and Community Academic Programs CUIP Intern
CUIP Internship Position providing 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 more info look up CUIP on Career Center website (http://www2.ucsc.edu/intern/cuip), or contact Wendy Baxter at 459-3142 or email@example.com
International Living Center Special Programs Intern
This internship position providing leadership in planning the International Affairs Group, newsletters, and other special needs of the ILC. For more information, contact Mira Hutton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Praxis CUIP Intern
The Praxis CUIP Internship Position provides leadership in the planning and executing of various community service opportunities for students as part of the college's service learning program. For more information, contact Abbey Asher at email@example.com.
Faculty Initiatives Program Assistant
Applications for the 2013-14 school year are due April 10, 2013. Click here for details.
Community Program Assistants (CPAs)
Community Programs Assistants are part of the College Nine and College Ten Programs & Activities Team and work under the general supervision of the College Programs Coordinator. The Programs & Activities staff plan and produce community-wide programming at College Nine and College Ten (College Nights, Dances, etc.), and works collaboratively with other college units, staff at other colleges, departments, and student organizations. The Programs & Activities staff is also primarily responsible for campus-wide programs at College Nine and College Ten, including Welcome Week and the College Nine and College Ten Commencement Ceremonies. For a more detailed description, click here.
Recruitment for the 2013/2014 Community Programs Assistants will begin soon! Applications will be available by February 22, 2013. If you are interested, contact Assistant CPC Tim Barbour at 459-4465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall Planning Assistant (FPA)
The Fall Planning Assistant is part of the College Nine and College Ten Programs & Activities Team and work under the general supervision of the College Programs Coordinator. The FPA helps to develop, plan, implement and document Welcome Week at College Nine and College Ten, as well as student-staff and volunteer training for the Activities Office. The FPA works extensively with the Orientation Leaders, so previous experience as an Orientation Leader is required. The FPA is hired in Spring Quarter, and works through the summer into Fall Quarter. Check back soon for more detailed information.
Recruitment for the 2014 Fall Planning Assistant will begin soon! Applications will be available by February 22, 2013. If you are interested, contact Assistant CPC Tim Barbour at 459-4465 or email@example.com.
Graduation Assistant (GA)
The Graduation Assistant is part of the College Nine and College Ten Programs & Activities Team and works under the general supervision of the College Programs Coordinator (CPC). Working with the CPC and the Assistant CPC, the Graduation Assistant helps to plan and implement the College Nine and College Ten Commencement Ceremonies. The Graduation Assistant serves as the first point of contact between the Activities Office and prospective graduates and is heavily involved in the creation of graduation related materials. For a more detailed description, click here (The dates listed here are not current, check back in Fall Quarter for updated information).
Recruitment for the 2013 Graduation Assistant has passed. The position is filled in late Fall Quarter. If you are interested for 2014, contact Assistant CPC Tim Barbour at 459-4465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Learning Student Assistant
Assist Abbey Asher, the Service-Learning Coordinator for College Nine and College Ten. The student provides support for and co-facilitates Esprit de Corps, a service-learning course offered in the fall, winter and spring quarters. The student facilitates the placement of significant numbers of student volunteers with schools and non-profits in the Santa Cruz community. Excellent communication and computer skills are required as well as experience with service learning and the Esprit de Corps class itself. The student works closely with the Praxis and Alternative Spring Break Coordinators. 10-15 hours/wk. Please contact Abbey Asher at email@example.com for more info. Apply in the winter/beginning of spring. Check the Career Center website for full job description and application.
Sort and distribute U.S. and intercampus mail; maintain logs of registered, insured and express mail; maintain current records of student addresses; must be able to work a variable schedule between 10am and 2pm for a minimum 2 hour block of time; evening and Saturday morning hours available.
Office Assistant Positions
Available in all college offices. Duties and hours will vary. Look out for postings or talk to any staff member.
Assist the college staff with setting up events and running any audio/visual equipment needed for programs. The crew will be hired in the late spring and early fall quarter. Hours vary - evenings and weekends required. Contact Kyoko Freeman or Chris Salerno at firstname.lastname@example.org.