Leadership Positions

SMC Grad 2019
There are many different ways to get involved with the IC! If you have a passion for social justice education and community building, check out some of the IC's PAID leadership opportunties.

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Social Justice Advocate (SJA)

The social justice advocates are trained intergroup dialogue facilitators who reach out to first-year students in the residence halls through Hall Hangout sessions as well as hold community meetups in the IC.  They facilitate Invest sessions, which are community dialogues around hot button issues and also coordinate all intercultural programs and Cultural Graduate Celebrations.  This is a paid, hourly position; federal work study preferred but not required.  See complete job descripttion here.

Graphic Designer (GD)

The graphic designer provides administrative and programmatic support to the IC staff. Working independently most of the time, the GD is part of a large team of student leaders who help implement many of the IC's programs and services.  This is a paid, hourly position; federal work study preferred but not required.  See complete job description here.

Social Media Strategist (SMS)

The social media strategist oversees all of the Intercultural Center's social networks. The ambassador publicizes IC programs using creative techniques. This position can also help faciliate programs and workshops.  See complete job description here.

Street Team Lead (STL)

The street team lead coordinates the volunteer street team and helps develop and plan the monthly Feel Good Friday events and other IC social programs.  This is a paid, hourly position; federal work study strongly preferred.  See complete job description here.

Administrative Assistant (AA)

The admiinistrative assistant supports the programming efforts of the IC student staff, acting as a mentor and additional support person for newer staff members.  They also support the professional staff in project management, catering orders, assessment strategies and student staff training.  This is a paid, hourly position; federal work study strongly preferred.  See complete job description here.

Cultural Night Executive Teams

Each Cultural Night is made possible through student executive steams that organize these large-scale, signature events.  Positions include Lead Chair or Lead Co-Chairs, Set Director, Event Planner and Publicity Coordinator.  Monetary leadership awards are given to each executive team member at the end of the spring semester.