Student Job Opportunities
Within Student Activities, we offer students many on-campus employment opportunities that can provide you with both personal development and an array of marketable skills employers seek in college graduates!
Student Employment Benefits
In our employment program, students will grow professionally and personally by:
- participating in skill development seminars
- finding and building encouraging support systems
- planning and working in a wide array of events
- getting involved within the campus community
- building their resume
- networking with fellow students and Student Affairs professionals, and
- acquiring customer service, time management, accountability, and organization skills.
To peruse and apply for openings, search "Student Activities" in the university's hiring database, Handshake.
Student Employee Positions
Listed below are the student roles offered within our office. This list does not guarantee current openings. Please click on the Handshake link above to apply for the positions below.
Graduate Assistantships Available (2-year term):
Graduate Assistant for Campus Programming
Interested in supervising student employees while planning and organizing on campus events? Assist with all facets of Homecoming planning and working with the Homecoming Committee? Do you enjoy overseeing social media accounts or working with the Design + Graphic Services and Print Services departments to get designs for upcoming events?
Graduate Assistant for Leadership
Interested in supervising student employees, who assist with leadership workshops on campus? Assist with development and implementation of a comprehensive leadership curriculum. Do you enjoy marketing leadership inititiatives and facilitating various leadership workshops and events?
Graduate Assistant for Marketing
Interested in developing marketing training for the Student Activities Marketing student employees including CANVA, Constant Contact, AGORA, and brand standards? Would you enjoy working with Design + Graphic Services, University Marketing, or Print Services to obtain marketing materials and wide-scale event coverage? Assist with large scale advertisements and overseeing social media for the office.
Graduate Assistant for Student Organizations
Interested in planning, promoting and registration of Student Involvement Fairs and Student Group Summits? Do you enjoy working working collaboratively with key student leaders to maintain relationships with student organizations? Assist with all facets of Student Government elections, co-advising the SGA Election commission, and Homecoming planning and execution.
Undergraduate Positions Available:
Campus Programming Assistant
Interested in event planning? Do you enjoy being creative? Assist in the planning and execution of TU's social programming and signature events! CPA's assist with LaborSay weekend, serve as the planning committee for Homecoming, and help to create new events on campus.
Student Activities Marketing
Interested in creating fliers and other marketing materials for on-campus events? Do you enjoy creating content for social media? Do you have experience with writing, directing, filming, and editing promotional videos for events? Our SAM team assists with the design, marketing, and communication strategy for the Office of Student Activities.
Student Leadership Consultant
Interested in facilitating leadership workshops? Do you enjoy tabling at the Involvement Fair or working collaboratively with the GA for Leadership to implement monthly leadership events? Assist with planning and organization of leadership events, such as the Leadership Lunch Series.
If you enjoy politics and the voting process, consider a position with our Election
Commission. This positions will help encourage candidates to run for the SGA Executive
Board, will promote candidate debates, oversee polling locations, and get students
to vote for who will be next to represent the student voice.
Interested? Contact Chris Rindosh.