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Student Activities & Leadership Fellowships

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership creates cultural, social, educational and leadership opportunities, enhancing the overall learning and development of students. These initiatives embrace diversity and collaboration, shaping visionary leaders of tomorrow.
The Leadership Graduate Fellow will work closely with the Associate Director of Student Activities and Leadership to assist in the development and coordination of the three levels (Reach, Strive, Soar) of the evolving Leadership in Motion program and specifically serves as the lead coordinator for the spring leadership conference.  The Graduate Fellow organizes student signups and collection of leadership projects, offers direct feedback to students, and plans and co-leads leadership workshops, retreats and other activities. 

The Graduate Fellow will advise and assist an additional 30 student organizations by providing program and event support and coaching student leaders in leadership development. This position will assist student organizations in processing performer and vendor contracts, food ordering, marketing, and providing on-site event supervision, when necessary. The Graduate Fellow assists in marketing and assessment for the department.  
 
The Leadership Graduate Fellow will also assist or take lead in facilitation of workshops and training for student leaders for Leadership Retreats, Programming Meetings, and Student Professional Development Dinners. In addition, this position will assist with the day to day operations of the office including but not limited to answering student questions regarding University policies and processes, creation of event tickets and liability waivers, answering phone calls, and may be asked to perform other related duties as assigned. The Graduate Fellow also assists in managing the front desk processes and the student staff.  Additionally, this person will support all major campus traditions including Opening Week, Fall Festival, Winter Welcome Week, and Spring Carnival. Some evening, late night, and weekend work is required. 

The Programming Graduate Fellow will work with the Assistant Director of Student Activities with overseeing the Fox Common. The Graduate Fellow will oversee the operations within the space, manage the calendar and reservations, and supervise all student staff for this space.

The Programming Graduate fellow will oversee the What’s Up Wednesday program. This will include supervision of the WUW Coordinator, managing all reservations, and organization of event logistics.

The Programming Graduate Fellow will advise and assist an additional 20 (may vary year to year) student organizations by providing program and event support and coaching student leaders in leadership development. This position will assist students and the WUW Coordinator with processing performer and vendor contracts, placing food orders, developing a marketing plan for their events, and providing on-site event supervision when necessary.
 
The Programming Graduate Fellow will assist or take lead in facilitation of workshops and training for student leaders for Leadership Retreats, Programming Meetings, and Student Professional Development Dinners. This position will assist in the day-to-day operations of the office including but not limited to answering student questions regarding University policies and processes, creation of event tickets and liability waivers, answering phone calls, and may be asked to perform other related duties as assigned. Additionally, this person will support all major campus traditions including Opening Week, Fall Festival, Winter Welcome Week, and Spring Carnival. Some evening, late night, and weekend work is required.