UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Scholar Engagement Community (SEN) is in search of interns for the 2022–23 educational 12 months, together with Summer time 2022, to assist talk the significance and observe of scholar engagement to many various audiences at Penn State and past.
Interns can work remotely from any campus or in-person on the College Park campus at $12 per hour for as much as 20 hours per week. Schedules could also be versatile. Summer time interns shall be requested to work in-person at College Park. Interns who begin within the fall have to be out there for arrival weekend.
Duties embody aiding with the SEN grant program, web site content material, the Engagement App, social media technique, reviews, surveys and occasions such because the Scholar Engagement Expo and Scholar Engagement Summit. Interns will even work together with present and future college students, visiting mother and father, college, employees, directors, alumni and group members by collaborating in useful resource gala’s, Welcome Week occasions, New Scholar Orientation, Admissions, and oldsters and household occasions.
College Park interns will cowl hours on the Engagement Area on the HUB-Robeson Heart the place they may service as liaisons, mentors and ambassadors of scholar engagement.
Candidates must be impartial staff, comfy talking publicly, courteous and respectful of others, progressive thinkers and possess a powerful work ethic.
To use, go to the Penn State Careers web page and search “Half-Time Scholar Engagement Community Intern-Undergraduate Training,” job requisition ID REQ_0000026994.
Concerning the Scholar Engagement Community
The Scholar Engagement Community is a joint initiative between Undergraduate Training, Scholar Affairs and Outreach and On-line Training. The mission of the Scholar Engagement Community is to advance the ability of participation by connecting college students with experiences that empower them to make a optimistic impression as residents and leaders of the world.