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Employment Opportunities

Internships and volunteer opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students are available. Work-study students are encouraged to also apply. Below is a full list of positions staffed at the Center--to inquire about current or future openings please see the contact information below.

 

1) Graduate Assistant:

Hours:

20 hours a week. To be arranged with Director. Flexibility required.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervise student interns, volunteers, work study students.

  • Organize Women's Center events.

  • Oversee newsletter, including editing, layout.

  • Market  Women's Center events, including development of flyers.

  • Represent Women's Center at campus and community meetings as needed.

  • Assist in the development of various workshops and training.

  • Recruit, organize and assist in the training of peer educators/peer counselors.

  • Provide crisis counseling, support, advocacy and resource/ referral information.

  • Perform related duties as required.

Skills:  

  • Excellent communication, writing and organizational skills 

  • Computer knowledge

  • Creativity

  • Friendliness, ability to get along with all kinds of people

  • Self-starter, willingness to make a difference on campus

  • Interest in Women's Issues

 

2) Newsletter Editor:              

  • Responsible for the layout and design of the Women's Center newsletter.

  • Research/write articles for the newsletter.

  • Write Press releases

  • Responsible for overall writing and editing of Women's Center Newsletter.

 

3) Coordinator of Violence Against Women  Programs Assistant
    Coordinators of Violence Against Women's Programs:

  • Assist in organizing and coordinating all aspects of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Awareness month.

  • Coordinate/Schedule all campus violence against women training for student groups

  • Maintain programs/training statistics.

  • Assist in the presentation of violence against women workshops.

 

4) Student Programmer:

  • Assist with the planning of Fall Open House.

  • Assist with the planning of educational programs.

  • Plan and coordinate program logistics such as food, location and media equipment.

  • Research potential speakers and program ideas.

  • Organize "Telling Her Story" Women's Celebrate Life Day Conference events.

 

5) Clerical Assistant/Library Assistant:

  • Primary person responsible for the maintenance of the library.

  • Order books, magazines, movies and journals

  • Send out overdue library notices.

  • Maintain resources/referral material

  • Clip articles/advertisements pertaining to WC.

  • Assist in the general operations of the Women's Center.

  • Maintain records of financial transactions.

  • Assist with the typing of various business forms.

  • Order office supplies and maintain inventory supplies.

 

6) Women's History Programmers:

  • Assist with the planning of educational and social programs.

  • Plan and coordinate program logistics such as food, location and media equipment.

  • Research potential speakers and program ideas.

  • Organize International Women's Day, Women's History Month including Black History and Latin History Month programs.

7) Take Your Daughters and Son's To Work Day/Gay, Lesbian Awareness
     Month Coordinator:

  • Assist with the planning of educational and social programs for Breast Cancer Awareness.

  • Assist with the planning of educational and social programs for Gay Lesbian Awareness Month.

  • Research potential speakers and program ideas.

  • Plan and coordinate program logistics such as food, location and media equipment.

8) Computer Specialist/ Graphic Designer:

  • Develop Women's Center  web page.

  • Develop Women's Center listserv.

  • Update Women's Center hardware and software.

  • Troubleshoot, maintain and upgrade Women's Center computers.

  • Create posters for all Women's Center Programs.

  • Market Women's Center events.

 

9) Peer Educator:

  • Attend violence against women training.

  • Present workshops for classes, residence halls and athletic teams.

  • Research/develop new workshops.

  • No experience required. Will train for all positions. Both men and women are encouraged to apply.

  • The Ruthe Boyea Women's Center is located in the Student Center Room 215.

 

Application (PDF Form)

Send Application to:  Jacqueline S. Cobbina-Boivin
                                  1615 Stanley Street
                                  P.O. Box 4010 - Student Center 215
                                  New Britain CT, 06050-4010
Tel:(860)832-1655
Fax:(860)832-1677
E-Mail: Cobbina-Boivinj@ccsu.edu 

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