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*Multiracial / Biracial COSI Application Fall 2016 Due April 29th 5PM

The MICA Community Organizing Student Intern (COSI) will provide support to various staff members that will assist in the development of educational, programmatic and research initiatives to support the office’s mission and goals under the supervision of the full-time Program Management Specialist.

COSI's are paid an hourly wage with tenure and performance-based increase eligibility upon completion of the fall and spring semesters.  Work schedules will include a maximum of 4.5 hours each week.   

Basic Qualifications

Has proven customer service and leadership experiences.
Possesses good verbal communication and presentation skills.
Is detail oriented, organized and dependable.
Is mature, outgoing and able to consistently exhibit a pleasant, positive, welcoming demeanor in the office.
Must be flexible, adaptable and willing to work in a team environment.
Have interest in multicultural/diversity matters, social justice issues and other concerns.
Possess the ability to positively interact with students, faculty/staff and visitors from diverse backgrounds.

General COSI Duties:

Administrative Functions:  

Serve as second to the full-time Program Management Specialist to ensure adequate desk & office coverage, scheduling, delegation and organization of daily/weekly tasks to accomplish, track status of project/task completion, communicate new information to staff & team member and other duties as assigned.

Front Desk Coverage & Customer Service:  

Provide front desk coverage by greeting guests, answering phones, fielding questions, relaying messages and other day-to-day administrative functions        
Open/close the office when needed
Supervise the space for student group reservations outside of normal office hours.
Retrieve mail and Diamonback (read Diamondback and clip articles)
Beverage-Refreshment set-up at beginning of shift and clean-up at end of shift
Keep overall office areas (desk, mailbox, work table) tidy & refill brochures
Update webpages, social media sites- Facebook, Twitter, etc.-with upcoming events and up-to-date info as requested by staff

Serve as lead on general needs of the MICA office in the area of marketing, including but not limited to updating social media, updating the MICA website, submitting large marketing projects to The Stamp marketing, coordinating and collaborating with other COSI's on marketing needs for the general office and specific Focus Areas.

Public Relations:

Assist with promoting and staffing of MICA events throughout the year, including but not limited to representing MICA at general informational presentations, table displays, distributing brochures and generally providing information about the office and its programs                                                        
Assist with outreaching to students, student organizations, faculty/staff and community members.
Assist with specialized projects such as certificate preparation for awards recognitions
Help with set up and groundwork needed for events such as hanging decorations, cutting handbills, folding programs, etc.
Represent MICA at specialized events such as First-Look Fair, Open Houses, Homecoming, The All-Nighter, StampFest, etc., with duties such as tabling, greeting, serving as set-up or take-down crew and the like.

Other Duties:

1. Attend regularly scheduled Peer Educator Sessions and meetings with other COSI’s, the full-time Program Management Specialist and Coordinators for personal and professional development as well as to discuss shift scheduling, new information, and upcoming events.                                                                          

2. Assist with recording results of evaluations following events.
3. Attend suggested campus multicultural trainings when possible.
4. Plan and execute events, programs, workshops, etc.
5. Other duties as assigned

* The Multiracial/Biracial Community Organizing Student Intern will work closely with the Multicultural Student Involvement Coordinator on special projects as assigned, including but not limited to:

planning and executing Mixed Madness Month events and logistics
collecting survey data
data entry, marketing, programming
attending student organization meetings and events
other duties as assigned

*Federal Work Study Students are encouraged to apply.  (A 2016-2017 Financial Aid Award Summary showing Federal Work Study has been granted is required prior to start date.)

This form closed on April 29, 2016 5:00 PM EDT