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First Year Leadership Class Intern

The Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) and the Leadership Minor are looking for an energetic, resourceful, innovative, and dedicated student leader to enhance the experience of first year students through facilitation of the ASBSU's First Year Leadership Program. The Leadership Intern will help to educate and support 10 mentors in their support and development of 20 mentees during the duration of the program (8 weeks). The Leadership intern will foster and encourage leadership skill development among student leaders by organizing and facilitating each of the initial class time of each week, and setting up meaningful activities and dialogue to take place between the mentor and mentees during the second class time of each week. The Leadership Intern will organize, create, and implement an informative and cohesive set of classes, lessons, evaluations of lessons, facilitate dialogues, create resources, and seek feedback and evidence of learning from the participants. The Intern will also be expected to display and model their own leadership skills, through a combination of theory knowledge, experiences, and application of theories in the real world context. 

Responsibilities:

  • Create and Conduct leadership class
  • Be available for consultations with student leaders regarding their learning and development during "office hours or by appointment"
  • Assist in the coordination of the Leadership Lessons, guided reflection questions, and activities, working along side ASBSU executives and Leadership Minor Chair
  • Perform other similar and related duties as assigned
  • Bring creative ideas and energy to the position.
  • Assist in the development of leadership resource guides, readings, and programming materials
  • Duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Preferably a Leadership Minor 
  • Excellent communication skills both oral and written
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse student, faculty and staff populations
  • Strong organizational abilities and time management skills
  • Capacity for discretion and confidentiality when working with students and administrators
  • Ability to be creative and innovative
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, and self-motivation
  • Knowledge and experience with current administrative software: (ie: MS Word, Excel, Internet browsers, powerpoint, keynote, etc)
  • Must be willing to conduct prep work for program/course starting October of 2014.
  • Must be available to work 1st 8 weeks of Spring semester on Mondays/Wednesdays 1:30 - 2:20 p.m. 
  • Must be able to commit to 132 - 150 hours of work overall

This form closed on October 10, 2014 5:00 PM MDT