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Student Leadership Opportunities

国产偷拍视频Holding a student leadership position on campus is a valuable opportunity for students to develop skills that will benefit them personally and professionally. Student leaders develop their interpersonal and task-management abilities as they face new situations and respond to the challenges they encounter, learning from their own experiences as well as from their mentors and peers.

Holding Multiple Leadership Positions

国产偷拍视频It takes time and commitment to build meaningful relationships and carry out the various responsibilities of a leadership position. Keeping a good balance between life, work, and school is essential, and certain positions require more time and energy than others. Limits on additional commitments for these positions help ensure the best possible experience for leaders and those they serve.

国产偷拍视频If you wish to apply for multiple leadership positions in the same academic term, it is your responsibility to make sure that the time commitment involved can reasonably fit your schedule. To help, we have created a “compatibility” designation that indicates which positions typically require more time and therefore do not match with other positions.

How to Apply

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Available Positions

There are open positions in the following areas:

Academic Success Center

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  • GEN1 Scholars Ambassadors: The Student Ambassador Program is a leadership program that offers GEN1 Scholars an opportunity to represent our student population, promote community, and coordinate events. Student Ambassadors serve as mentors by supporting GEN1 Scholars throughout their college experience.

Admissions

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  • Ambassador: An admissions ambassador has the privilege and responsibility of representing Azusa Pacific University to prospective students and families, hosting them during their stay and contributing to their positive experience on campus.
  • Ambassador Lead: An ambassador lead has the responsibility of leading a group of freshmen ambassadors through their year in the program, guiding them through what it looks like to represent Azusa Pacific University to prospective students and families. Since all leads have previously been ambassadors, they are responsible for sharing their advice and expertise with their groups, and act as the point person for their group of ambassadors.

Campus Life

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  • Alpha Coordinator: Provides mentorship, guidance, and support for a group of Alpha leaders. Also plays an integral role in selecting Alpha leaders in the spring semester, and in training Alpha leaders over the summer.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Alpha Intern: The primary responsibilities of the Alpha intern are to support, plan, and implement leadership training, program meetings, group retreats, new-student events, and Welcome Weekend.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Alpha Leader (Orientation Leader): These student leaders are committed to fostering a sense of belonging at APU with a small group of incoming first-year or transfer students.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • APU Two Intern: Plans and implements programs and opportunities that bring about a sense of community among second-year students on campus and get them connected to the APU community.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Campus Event Intern: Campus event interns have the opportunity to plan, coordinate, and execute events such as concerts, dances, open mic nights, and more, with the hope that these events will create spaces where students can build friendships and feel a sense of belonging.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Graphic Design Intern: Provides graphic design support to the Office of Campus Life.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Intramurals Intern: Organizes intramural sports and tournaments for APU students, faculty, and staff over the course of the school year.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Outdoor Adventures Intern: Coordinates outdoor recreational programming including backpacking, rock climbing, and camping.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Social Media Intern: Provides social media support to the Office of Campus Life, and manages the Campus Life Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook pages.
    • NOT compatible with any other position
  • Transfer Connections Intern: Provides opportunities, programming, resources, and points of connection for all transfer students.
    • NOT compatible with any other position

Campus Ministry

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Service and Leadership Team (SALT)

  • Discipleship Group SALT: The primary responsibilities of this student leadership team are to provide training, resources, and ongoing support for D-group leaders and peer mentors.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader and peer mentor
  • Kaleo SALT: This student leadership team contributes to the worship experience of Kaleo chapel through creativity, artistic expression, and logistical support.
  • Liturgical SALT: This student leadership team contributes to the worship experience of Liturgical chapel through creativity, artistic expression, and logistical support.
  • Spiritual Formation SALT: This team creates opportunities for spiritual growth and practice of the spiritual disciplines outside of chapel, through creative programs such as Spiritual Formation Week and Advent, and through maintenance of the Hartwig Prayer Chapel.
    • NOT compatible with Alpha leader or resident advisor (RA) (training conflict)
  • D-Group Leader: Leading a D-Group can be an exciting way to see God at work in your life and in the lives of other APU students. All D-Group leaders go through an application process to discern whether this is the right time and role for your unique leadership gifts. D-Group leaders should love the Lord deeply, walk with God faithfully, have excellent social skills, and be organized and reliable.
  • Peer Mentor: A peer mentor is a junior or senior who is willing to walk alongside a freshman or sophomore student for the purpose of discipleship. This unique mentoring relationship is an opportunity for students to engage in dialogue about faith and life, and to experience consistent encouragement and support from another Christian as they grow together in relationship with Christ.

Center for Academic Service-Learning

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All positions generally NOT compatible with Alpha leader and RA, though exceptions can be made for returning SLAs

  • Service-Learning Advocate (SLA): Marketing and Social Media Intern: Act as a liaison between APU faculty, staff, students, and community partners in the design and implementation of service-learning projects. Develop strategic plans and creative avenues to highlight and share the work of service-learning.
  • Service-Learning Advocate (SLA): C.H.A.M.P. Coordinator Intern: Act as a liaison between APU faculty, staff, students, and community partners in the design and implementation of service-learning projects. Oversee logistics of EDLS 405 Diversity in the Classroom (the course involved with the C.H.A.M.P. program), as well as APU Visit Day and the C.H.A.M.P. graduation ceremony.
  • Service-Learning Advocate (SLA): Event Planning Intern: Act as a liaison between APU faculty, staff, students, and community partners in the design and implementation of service-learning projects. Lead planning and execution of major service-learning projects and departmental events.
  • Service-Learning Advocate (SLA): Office Coordinator Intern: Act as a liaison between APU faculty, staff, students, and community partners in the design and implementation of service-learning projects. Serve as administrative office manager and lead on special projects.
  • Service-Learning Advocate (SLA): Partnership Development Intern: Act as a liaison between APU faculty, staff, students, and community partners in the design and implementation of service-learning projects. Lead the development of new community partnerships and manage the partnership database.
  • Service-Learning Advocate (SLA): Publications Intern: Act as a liaison between APU faculty, staff, students, and community partners in the design and implementation of service-learning projects. Lead the advancement of community engagement through the planning, content creation, and design of newsletters, reports, and year-end publications.

Center for Global Learning and Engagement (Study Away)

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  • Study Away Intern: interns administer high-quality programming and meaningful interaction with study away students to maximize growth from study away experiences. Key responsibilities include student recruitment and support before, during, and after a study away opportunity.
    • Generally NOT compatible with RA, though exceptions may be made
  • Student Administrative Assistant: The student administrative assistant supports the overall functions of the office through administration, document processing, data entry, and filing.
    • Compatible with SALT; generally NOT compatible with other leadership positions, though exceptions may be made
  • Program Assistant: Study away program assistants execute high-quality service in assisting faculty-directed programming efforts by supporting the program coordinator for graduate and short-term programs and APU faculty.
    • Compatible with SALT; generally NOT compatible with other leadership positions, though exceptions may be made
  • Graphic Design Intern: The graphic design intern executes a wide variety of high-quality graphic designs for marketing and promotion of the study away experience. Qualified candidates must demonstrate the ability to create compelling designs for print and digital platforms, and exhibit knowledge in creative marketing, advertising, and technology trends.
    • Generally NOT compatible with RA, though exceptions may be made
  • Data Analyst Intern: Data analyst interns collect quantitative and qualitative data for, and conduct data analysis of, the operations of CGLE and its programs. Data analyst interns analyze existing reports, develop new methods of assessment for reporting, and collaborate on the production of a department annual report.
    • Generally NOT compatible with RA or Alpha Coordinator, though exceptions may be made
  • Social Media Intern: The social media intern executes high-quality marketing and promotion of the study away experience, focusing on recruitment and storytelling through posts about current student and alumni experiences and profiles.
    • Generally NOT compatible with RA, though exceptions may be made

Center for Student Action (CSA)

All positions compatible with D-Group leader and senior class mentor

  • Action Team Coordinator: The Action Team SMC collaborates with the Action Team program coordinator to recruit, train, and mobilize students toward short-term service trips over the fall, spring, and summer breaks. Responsibilities include interviewing and selecting leaders, planning and implementing training retreats, and overseeing specific teams’ overall development and logistics.
  • Finance Assistant: Finance assistants help our office process the payments and donations required to mobilize students toward our programs. Finance assistants may also help create payment plans, work with office accounting software, manage financial databases, and contribute to the university-wide processes and policies related to finance.
  • Local Engagement Coordinator: The Local Engagement SMC oversees specific ministry partnerships as a part of the Local Engagement team. Ministry responsibilities include recruiting, training, and leading volunteers in the SMC’s designated ministry site(s).
  • Marketing Intern: Marketing interns serve as graphic designers, social media managers, event planners, podcast hosts, blog writers, customer service reps, and more. As a team, marketing interns work together to strengthen the Center for Student Action brand, promote and recruit for all service opportunities, and tell the story of what God is doing in and through CSA locally, nationally, and internationally.
  • Mexico Outreach Assistant: Students in this position work with the Mexico Outreach coordinator in administrative and operational tasks. Administrative tasks include team registration, ministry coordination, organizing logistics, and communication; operational tasks include assistance with the Mexico Outreach vehicles and warehouse organization. People in this position need strong oral and writing skills in English and Spanish.

Commuter Life

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  • Commuter Intern: The primary role of the commuter intern is to serve the commuter student population by creating opportunities that bring about a sense of community and act as a bridge to the greater APU campus. The intern serves as a leader among the Commuter Life Assistant Program staff in planning and marketing commuter events as well as helping manage the services and resources provided to commuter students.
    • Compatible with senior class mentor
  • Commuter Life Assistant: The Commuter Life Assistant Program matches commuter students with a CLA student who provides guidance and support while creating opportunities for commuters to meet each other and learn about APU resources and services. The primary goals of a CLA are to help commuter students adjust to life as APU students, and engage them with academic and personal development opportunities.
    • Compatible with senior class mentor

Corporate Worship

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  • Chapel Band Member: Members of Chapel Band serve as the primary facilitators of music worship in chapel. Students interested in helping lead music worship and other corporate worship elements in chapel are welcome to apply for team leader, vocalist, and/or instrumentalist positions in Chapel Band.
    • Leader position NOT compatible with any other; vocalists/instrumentalists NOT compatible with RA or Alpha leader
  • Undergraduate Interns: Undergraduate interns serve the Office of Corporate Worship and are the office’s primary liaisons to chapel speakers. They also help coordinate production details to ensure the successful execution of morning chapels, and provide support to Office of Corporate Worship professional staff.
    • NOT compatible with Alpha leader (retreat conflict)
  • Senior Chapel Interns: Senior Chapel interns plan and execute the intentional worship experiences for Senior Chapel, which is designed for students who have achieved senior status and are preparing for their final chapter of APU undergrad, as well as life beyond APU.
    • NOT compatible with Alpha leader (retreat conflict)

Dean of Student Wellness

  • Tapestry Intern: The Tapestry intern assists the Dean of Student Wellness in coordinating APU’s LGBTQ+ program, providing a setting for students to discover resources and experience “care, connection, and conversation” through weekly gatherings, discussions, and activities.

International Center

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The following International Students and Scholars (ISS) internships are part-time paid student positions that report to the ISS coordinator and assist in developing community for international students.

  • Journey Group Leader: Facilitates community building between domestic and international students by marketing and coordinating small groups that meet weekly for a semester, having conversations based on specific topics.
  • Events Team: Along with a volunteer group of students, is responsible for creating and facilitating informal and formal events for international students to encourage campus engagement.
  • Mobilization Team: Along with a small group of volunteers, is responsible for marketing events and motivating the international community to attend. Also responsible for visual content of videos used to promote ISS in general.

Office of Women’s Development

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  • Marketing Intern: Manages the office social media presence, and creates and executes a marketing plan.
    • Compatible with SALT team and D-Group leader
  • Programming Intern: Oversees office programming efforts.
    • Compatible with SALT team and D-Group leader
  • L.E.A.D. (Leaders for Excellence, Action, and Development) Team: Provides support for students by representing the Office of Women’s Development.
    • Compatible with SALT team and D-Group leader

Residence Life

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  • Resident Advisor: The resident advisor internship provides a living and learning experience for the undergraduate student who desires to grow in a unique manner while serving residential students in our on-campus living areas. The RA experience offers students a live-in leadership position that combines intensive training and practical experience in the areas of interpersonal relationships, counseling referral, confrontation and conflict management, spiritual formation, diversity, personal development, activities programming, and administrative responsibilities.
    • NOT compatible with any other position

Student Government Association (SGA)

  • President: The president is elected by the student body and is the spokesperson, advocate, and visionary for SGA. The president provides direction, vision, and accountability to the entire team.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader
  • Vice President: The vice president, elected by the student body, is the leader of the senate, giving it direction for the initiatives it carries out on behalf of SGA. The vice president leads SGA’s weekly business meetings and works closely with the president to provide direction to the team.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader
  • Controller: The controller is elected by the student body to manage SGA’s finances and determine and maintain SGA’s annual budget.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader
  • Speaker of the House: The speaker of the house is appointed by the president to lead the recruiting and hiring of the House of Representatives. The speaker individually mentors the members of the House of Representatives to help them achieve their potential in their position and as new APU students.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader
  • Director of Communication: The director of communication oversees and manages the communication team, which provides external communication between SGA and the student body.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader
  • Director of Internal Affairs: The director of internal affairs manages and organizes the documentation of information about SGA throughout the year.
    • Compatible with D-Group leader
  • Senators: Senators are a liaison between the student body and APU administration, faculty, and staff. Senators use feedback from the student body to advocate for, and create initiatives that will improve, the undergraduate student experience.
    • Compatible with SALT team and D-Group leader
  • Strategists: Strategists are members of the communication team, which provides external communication between SGA and the student body. Strategists are responsible for the output of SGA-related information on a variety of media platforms.
    • Compatible with SALT team and D-Group leader