Student Leadership hiring for 2016-2017 board and council positions
Student Leadership will start accepting applications from current and returning students interested in serving on a board or council for 7 to 10 hours per week during the 2016-2017 school year. Student Leadership will select students to serve on following boards and councils:
- Associated Student Council (ASC): These executive positions in Seattle Central’s student government, are responsible for representing student interests to the college administration and allocating student service and activities fees to best meet student needs.
- College Activities Board (CAB): CAB organizes cultural events and activities that celebrate the diversity of our community, bringing attention to underrepresented and marginalized cultures.
- Global Engagement Team (GET): GET promotes the interaction between local and international students through programs and events designed to promote global understanding and multiculturalism
- Student Ambassador: Student Ambassadors work as a team within Information Central by assisting students, staff and the public with general inquiries, referrals and navigating college life
- International Student Advisory Council (ISAC): A team of students that help guide, support, and advise the International Education Programs to create a more welcoming, supportive, effective, and efficient learning environment for international students.
- Student Organization Resource Council (SORC): SORC is a student employee led council that provides resources and organizational assistance to all student organizations (clubs, associations, student unions) on campus.
- Student Website and Publications Team (SWAP): SWAP produces the Central Circuit, the monthly student publication and website with news, investigative journalism, opinion and creative writing pieces for the campus community. The Central Circuit has positions for Writers and Graphic Designers.
- Tournaments and Games Team (TAG): TAG organizes wellness resources and events including student sports and fitness clubs, tournaments, health fairs and activities like rock climbing, scavenger hunts and dodgeball.
Students interested in applying can find the job descriptions and submit their application on the Seattle Colleges Internal Opportunities website. For assistance in resume and cover letter writing contact the Career Service Center.
Students can get more information by:
- Visiting the Student Leadership Office or calling 206.934.6924 during office hours, weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Joining an Information Session in room BE1110 on April 11 at 11 a.m., April 12 at 12 p.m., April 13 at 3 p.m., and April 15 at 1 p.m.