Connections Leadership Program (CLP) Coordinator works with Office of
Multicultural Staff to implement the CLP immersion and cohort programming for
30-40 new students, as well as to train, supervise, and mentor the team of Peer
Mentors. This important leadership role
is critical in our being able to continue CLP, which consistently has achieved
outcomes related to student-of-color community building, identity development,
and campus engagement. The CLP
Coordinator is always a junior or senior student, given the necessity of
bringing on-campus leadership experience to this role.
role of the Connections Leadership Program Peer Mentor (PM) is a leadership
opportunity in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, and an important one in the
success and development of students of color at Seattle University. Peer
Mentors will have the primary responsibility for implementing the Connections
Leadership Program (CLP), a signature program for the development of committed,
connected leaders of color who possess an awareness of self, group, and
community, and who are empowered to effect sustainable change. The
Office of Multicultural Affairs will select a group of mature and dedicated
undergraduate leaders to be CLP Peer Mentors. They are expected to possess a
specific body of knowledge about SU acquired through experience and training,
and they sincerely must be interested and skillful in sharing this information
with CLP participants. Selection to the team of CLP Peer Mentors is a unique
honor and a rewarding opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Terms and Conditions of Selection
The DEEP Social Justice Peer Educator is a leadership
opportunity in the Office of Multicultural Affairs that is centered on creating
a healthy campus climate at Seattle University through dialogue. A
healthy campus climate is one where individuals and groups generally feel
welcomed, respected, and valued by the university. This is grounded in respect
for others, nurtured by dialogue between those of differing perspectives, and
is evidenced by a pattern of civil interactions, even when there is discomfort or
tension, among community members.
Diversity & Equity Education Program (DEEP) Social
Justice Peer Educators create and facilitate dialogue spaces focused on issues
relating to race, gender, class, age, ability, religion, sexual orientation,
and global engagement. Members of DEEP
engage in self-reflection, genuine dialogue, and ongoing education as they
strive to promote the campus community’s work toward the social justice
The Office of Multicultural Affairs will select a group of
mature and dedicated undergraduate leaders to be Social Justice Peer Educators.
The Peer Educators are expected to possess a specific body of knowledge about
SU acquired through experience and training and to have a sincere interest in
sharing this knowledge with the SU campus. In addition to regular meetings
throughout the quarter, DEEP members plan a minimum of two dialogue-centered
events and perform an individual artistic piece as part of the DEEP Artistic
Justice Showcase in Spring Quarter.
Attend and participate actively in all
DEEP Peer Educator training sessions during spring 2015 and fall 2015.
Meet biweekly (2x a month) for DEEP
Social Justice Peer Educator Meetings
Read and respond to DEEP-related
e-mails on Seattle University account in a prompt manner
Create and lead a minimum of one University dialogue program both in Fall and Winter
Quarters that focus on fostering a healthy campus climate. This may include
facilitation of dialogue groups or community building activities about various
topics including issues relating to social justice, diversity (race, gender,
class, age, ability, religion, sexual orientation), and global engagement.*
Create individual self-expression/
artistic piece and perform in the Artistic Justice Showcase in Spring 2016.
* DEEP Social Justice
Peer Educators are often approached about facilitating dialogues on campus. In
addition to DEEP programming; Peer Educators will decide as a group about
interest, capacity, and coverage for additional requests.
Leadership potential and experience
Good academic standing, with minimum
cumulative and major grade point averages of 2.5
Good disciplinary standing
Commitment to the mission of the
Diversity and Equity Education Program
Demonstrated strong interpersonal and
Demonstrated follow through on
Ability to work effectively with a
diverse group of team members, students, and University staff
Desire to learn about social justice
frameworks and facilitation techniques
Desire to grow, learn, and reflect on
self as a leader and individual
Terms and Conditions
DEEP Peer Educators must be returning
students for the 2015-2016 academic year, and they must remain in satisfactory
academic and disciplinary standing for the 2015 spring quarter.
DEEP Peer Educators must be present and
on time without exception for all scheduled training sessions and work
Any questions should be directed to the
Sabina Neem- Associate Director at the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Unpaid Volunteer Position
Contact person: Jazz Espiritu (email@example.com)
Brief job description: Members of
HAWC are student volunteers who are trained in college student health,
including physical wellness, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, and
healthy relationships. All HAWC members receive training and certification as
nationally recognized Peer Health Educators. HAWC exists to assess and address
student health and wellness needs, and conduct a variety of health promotion
activities all over campus.
University (SU) Integrity Board (I-Board) is a leadership program offering
emerging student leaders the opportunity to cultivate a culture of integrity
formation at SU. I-Board members develop life-long skills in facilitating and
resolving conflicts through direct involvement in the student conduct process.
I-Board members actively participate in the University conduct system, hear
cases of alleged misconduct as it pertains to the Redhawk Commitment, and work
to promote dialogue on ethics, citizenship, and student accountability through
programming and event planning.
be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student
have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above
be able to attend iLead (April 10-11th, 2015)
attend Integrity Board Training (September – exact date TBD)
program has three components:
lead a project related to a social justice issue of personal interest. See the
list of project areas below.
a part of the program, students participate in a fall and spring retreat, and a
one-day winter leadership institute. Members attend regular Community Nights
(approximately 3 – 4 Sunday evenings per quarter.) These retreats and community
nights provide students with skills training and opportunities for in-depth
reflection about justice and their engagement.
commit to 3 – 5 hours of service each week at an organization of the students’
Project areas include:
Equity - Peer Educator
Equity - Advocacy
of Love Service Days
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Type of Job: Leadership – Unpaid
Job Description: Ambassadors serve as liaisons between the student body and SU alumni.
Selected Ambassadors will represent Seattle University at university functions
including alumni receptions, homecoming, reunions, preview days, commencement
and other special events designated by the Alumni Association. Ambassadors will
have the opportunity to network with prominent SU alumni as well as develop
leadership skills that will help them to become influential alumni themselves.