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Internship Placement Descriptions
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Office of Orientation                                                 

Leslie Page, Supervisor & Associate Director
Supervisor Direct Line: 813-974-5695                                              
Supervisor email: LPage@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13: 1-2
Title of Internship: Office of Orientation Intern

INTERN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES &
LEARNING OUTCOMES

1. Major duties/responsibilities of the intern position:
I allow the intern to determine some of this based on their interests.
In the past our interns have done projects on the following:

    • Planning and implementing OTL Selection
    • Advising the OTL Alumni Organization
    • Creating and implementing a leadership camp for the
      OTLs
    • Advising and assisting with the Orientation banquet
I’m open to discussing with people what they want to do—if it’s
possible to make it happen, we will.

2. Expected learning outcomes of the intern position:

This completely depends on the interests of the intern and the
responsibilities they choose.

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

Ryan Newton, Student Programs Coordinator
Direct Line:974-6127
Email:ryannewton@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:1
Title of Internship: Marketing and Public Relations

INTERN DESCRIPTION, DUTIES & LEARNING OUTCOMES

General Description: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks a motivated graduate student who will advance the office’s mission to “holistically develop individuals that are contributors to the global society and engage the university for life.” This will be accomplished through intentional and innovative programs and experiences that advance student development and build positive relationships with members of the Greek community and larger USF community. This Graduate Intern will report to the Director of The office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and will be responsible for the duties detailed below.

This internship is a one-year assignment, and the Graduate Intern is expected to work 5 hours per week with the understanding that some of these hours may fall during the evenings to attend meetings and/or events. The position begins August 2012 and will end May 2013. The Graduate Intern will not receive monetary compensation but will fulfill the internship requirements of the USF College Student Affairs program for both the Fall and Spring semesters.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Work with the Director to create and publish Fraternity and Sorority Life brochures and/or other marketing materials for all constituent groups
  • Create and design a social norming campaign about Fraternity and Sorority Life at USF to help redefine the face of fraternity and sorority membership
  • Create a social media marketing plan using Facebook, Twitter, and other online platforms and execute it for an entire year
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Complete the development of the new Fraternity and Sorority Life website
  • Publish and distribute weekly “This Week in Greek” Community Newsletter
  • Design and  assist in the publishing of monthly newsletters and annual report
  • Create a marking and communications plan that the office will use to communicate to its various constituencies.
  • Support OFSL staff at programs, events, meetings, etc.
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Conduct informal CAS Review of OFSL operations (for internal use only) with other members of the intern team
  • Attend staff meetings and other events and programs, as available
  • Other special interest projects as developed with supervisor

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Student will develop skills related to formal assessment of offices and communities
  • Student will gain experience in facilitating student – centered and values-based discussions
  • Student will gain advising experience related to student organizations
  • Student will be able to compile resources to ensure student support
  • Student will become proficient in marketing and communication for a student affairs office.

Application Process: Applicants must submit the following materials: resume names and contact information for three professional references

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

Ryan Newton, Student Programs Coordinator
Direct Line:974-6127
Email:ryannewton@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:1
Title of Internship: Member Development

INTERN DESCRIPTION, DUTIES & LEARNING OUTCOMES

General Description: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks a motivated graduate student who will advance the office’s mission to “holistically develop individuals that are contributors to the global society and engage the university for life.” This will be accomplished through intentional and innovative programs and experiences that advance student development and build positive relationships with members of the fraternity/sorority community and larger USF community. This Graduate Intern will report to the Assistant Director and will be responsible for the duties detailed below.

This internship is a one-year assignment, and the Graduate Intern is expected to work 5 hours per week with the understanding that some of these hours may fall during the evenings to attend meetings and/or events. The position begins August 2012 and will end May 2013. The Graduate Intern will not receive monetary compensation but will fulfill the internship requirements of the USF College Student Affairs program for both the fall and spring semesters.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Execution of Ritual Celebration Week hosted by the OFSL. This includes:
    • Researching other campus’ and (inter)national organization events
    • Designing an engaging and educational week of events and initiatives
    • Communicating and marketing Ritual Celebration Week events and initiatives to chapter members, the University, and community
    • Securing room locations, reservations, and other logistics
    • Identifying, recruiting, and “booking” guests, speakers, etc.
    • Creating supplemental and follow-up materials for chapters
    • Program evaluation and recommendations for future programming
  • Support Assistant Director in the development of a comprehensive leadership program for fraternity and sorority members. This includes:
    • Researching leadership development models and compiling reports of this research
    • Creating assessment tools to understand the needs of the fraternity and sorority community
    • Assisting in curriculum development, program implementation and program delivery
  • Host Member Education roundtables, workshops, educational programs, etc.
  • Support OFSL staff at programs, events, meetings, etc.
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Conduct informal CAS Review of OFSL operations (for internal use only) with other members of the intern team
  • Attend staff meetings and other events and programs, as available
  • Other special interest projects as developed with supervisor

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Student will develop skills related to formal assessment of offices and communities
  • Student will gain experience in facilitating student – centered and values-based discussions
  • Student will gain advising experience related to student organizations
  • Student will be able to compile resources to ensure student support
  • Student will become proficient in planning and implementing small and large-scale campus events
Application Process: Applicants must submit the following materials: resume along with names and contact information for three professional references.

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

Ryan Newton, Student Programs Coordinator
Direct Line:974-6127
Email:ryannewton@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:1
Title of Internship: New Member Development

INTERN DESCRIPTION, DUTIES & LEARNING OUTCOMES

General Description: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks a motivated graduate student who will advance the office’s mission to “holistically develop individuals that are contributors to the global society and engage the university for life.” This will be accomplished through intentional and innovative programs and experiences that advance student development and build positive relationships with members of the Greek community and larger USF community. This Graduate Intern will report to the Student Programs Coordinator and will be responsible for the duties detailed below.

This internship is a one-year assignment, and the Graduate Intern is expected to work 5 hours per week with the understanding that some of these hours may fall during the evenings to attend meetings and/or events. The position begins August 2012 and will end May 2013. The Graduate Intern will not receive monetary compensation but will fulfill the internship requirements of the USF College Student Affairs program for both the Fall and Spring semesters.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Execution of the New Member Development Series hosted by the OFSL. This includes:
    • Securing room locations, reservations, and other logistics
    • Designing an engaging educational curriculum
    • Identifying, recruiting, and “booking” guests, speakers, etc.
    • Creating supplemental materials for breakout sessions
    • Assessing needs of the community (scholarship, alcohol education, hazing prevention, etc.)         
    • Program evaluation and recommendations for future programming
  • Advise New Member Educators and New Members, including mandatory Anti-Hazing training for each New Member class
  • Host community-wide New Member Education roundtables, workshops, educational programs, etc.
  • Maintain an online database of resources, articles, best practices, etc. available for student use
  • Serve as a Chapter Consultant for up to 3 chapters to support chapter development and leadership activities
  • Support OFSL staff at programs, events, meetings, etc.
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Conduct informal CAS Review of OFSL operations (for internal use only) with other members of the intern team
  • Attend staff meetings and other events and programs, as available
  • Other special interest projects as developed with supervisor

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Student will develop skills related to formal assessment of offices and communities
  • Student will gain experience in facilitating student – centered and values-based discussions
  • Student will gain advising experience related to student organizations
  • Student will be able to compile resources to ensure student support
  • Student will become proficient in planning and implementing small and large-scale campus events
Application Process: Applicants must submit the following materials: resume, names and contact information for three professional references.

 

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

Ryan Newton, Student Programs Coordinator
Direct Line:974-6127
Email:ryannewton@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:1
Title of Internship: Interfraternal Relations and Recognition

INTERN DESCRIPTION, DUTIES & LEARNING OUTCOMES

General Description: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks a motivated graduate student who will advance the office’s mission to “holistically develop individuals that are contributors to the global society and engage the university for life.” This will be accomplished through intentional and innovative programs and experiences that advance student development and build positive relationships with members of the fraternity/sorority community and larger USF community.This Graduate Intern will report to the Assistant Director and will be responsible for the duties detailed below.

This internship is a one-year assignment, and the Graduate Intern is expected to work 5 hours per week with the understanding that some of these hours may fall during the evenings to attend meetings and/or events. The position begins August 2012 and will end May 2013. The Graduate Intern will not receive monetary compensation but will fulfill the internship requirements of the USF College Student Affairs program for both the fall and spring semesters.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Execution of the annual Fraternity and Sorority Life Awards hosted by the OFSL. This includes:
    • Reviewing and as necessary revamping the Fraternity and Sorority Life Awards packet
    • Securing room locations, reservations, and other logistics
    • Coordinating the awards judging process
    • Identifying, recruiting, and “booking” guests, speakers, etc. for the event
    • Educate chapter executive boards regarding the awards submission process
    • Program evaluation and recommendations for future programming
  • Advise the Greek Programming Board in the execution of the annual Greek Week including attending weekly Greek Programming Board meetings and advising students in the implementation of events and initiatives
  • Research and benchmark interfraternal programming that can be implemented year-round and make recommendation to the OFSL for implementation
  • Research and benchmark additional recognition programs that can be implemented year-round and make recommendation to the OFSL for implementation
  • Support OFSL staff at programs, events, meetings, etc.
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Conduct informal CAS Review of OFSL operations (for internal use only) with other members of the intern team
  • Attend staff meetings and other events and programs, as available
  • Other special interest projects as developed with supervisor

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Student will develop skills related to formal assessment of offices and communities
  • Student will gain experience in facilitating student – centered and values-based discussions
  • Student will gain advising experience related to student organizations
  • Student will be able to compile resources to ensure student support
  • Student will become proficient in planning and implementing small and large-scale campus events

Application Process: Applicants must submit the following materials: resume, names and contact information for three professional references.

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

Ryan Newton, Student Programs Coordinator
Direct Line:974-6127
Email:ryannewton@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:1
Title of Internship: Hazing Prevention

INTERN DESCRIPTION, DUTIES & LEARNING OUTCOMES

General Description: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks a motivated graduate student who will advance the office’s mission to “holistically develop individuals that are contributors to the global society and engage the university for life.” This will be accomplished through intentional and innovative programs and experiences that advance student development and build positive relationships with members of the Greek community and larger USF community.This Graduate Intern will report to the Director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and will be responsible for the duties detailed below.

This internship is a one-year assignment, and the Graduate Intern is expected to work 5 hours per week with the understanding that some of these hours may fall during the evenings and/or weekends to attend meetings and/or events. The position begins August 2012 and will end May 2013. The Graduate Intern will not receive monetary compensation but will fulfill the internship requirements of the USF College Student Affairs program for both the Fall and Spring semesters.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Lead Coordination and advise student leaders in the implementation of National Hazing Prevention Week activities.
    • Securing room locations, reservations, and other logistics
    • Designing an engaging educational curriculum
    • Identifying, recruiting, and “booking” guests, speakers, etc.
    • Creating supplemental materials for implementation of the week
    • Assessing needs of the community with regard to education, outreach, and prevention.
    • Program evaluation and recommendations for future programming
  • Serve as a member of the Hazing Prevention work group.
  • Conduct research and develop a prevention oriented plan that will elevate the dialogue of hazing prevention to a university wide experience.
  • Design the curriculum that will be delivered to all new member classes about the university policies, expectations, and policies surrounding hazing and hazing like behaviors.
  • Support OFSL staff at programs, events, meetings, etc.
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Conduct informal CAS Review of OFSL operations (for internal use only) with other members of the intern team
  • Attend staff meetings and other events and programs, as available
  • Other special interest projects as developed with supervisor

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Student will develop skills related to formal assessment of offices and communities
  • Student will gain experience in facilitating student – centered and values-based discussions, educational interventions, and prevention initiatives.
  • Student will gain advising experience related to student organizations
  • Student will be able to compile resources to ensure student support
  • Student will become proficient in planning and implementing small and large-scale campus events
Application Process: Applicants must submit the following materials: resume, names and contact information for three professional references

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

Ryan Newton, Student Programs Coordinator
Direct Line:974-6127
Email:ryannewton@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:1
Title of Internship: Constituent Relations

INTERN DESCRIPTION, DUTIES & LEARNING OUTCOMES

General Description: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks a motivated graduate student who will advance the office’s mission to “holistically develop individuals that are contributors to the global society and engage the university for life.” This will be accomplished through intentional and innovative programs and experiences that advance student development and build positive relationships with members of the Greek community and larger USF community.This Graduate Intern will report to the Director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and will be responsible for the duties detailed below.

This internship is a one-year assignment, and the Graduate Intern is expected to work 5 hours per week with the understanding that some of these hours may fall during the evenings and/or weekends to attend meetings and/or events. The position begins August 2012 and will end May 2013. The Graduate Intern will not receive monetary compensation but will fulfill the internship requirements of the USF College Student Affairs program for both the Fall and Spring semesters.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Research and benchmark innovative strategies and best practices around parent/family, and alumni programming and involvement for fraternity and sorority life.
  • Arrange and conduct regular meetings, along with the Director, with the office of parent and family relations, development, and alumni programs to build and maintain a positive collaborative relationship.
  • Design and begin implementation of a communication and outreach plan for activities and communication with parent’s and families.
  • Design and begin implementation of a communication and outreach plan for activities and communication with fraternity and sorority alumni.
  • Work with the Director and the Office of SA development to begin and implement a fundraising campaign to support the OFSL and its functions.
  • Support OFSL staff at programs, events, meetings, etc.
  • Participate as an active member of the Standards of Fraternal Excellence grading committee
  • Conduct informal CAS Review of OFSL operations (for internal use only) with other members of the intern team
  • Attend staff meetings and other events and programs, as available
  • Other special interest projects as developed with supervisor

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Student will develop skills related to formal assessment of offices and communities
  • Student will gain experience in facilitating student – centered and values-based discussions, educational interventions, and prevention initiatives.
  • Student will gain advising experience related to student organizations
  • Student will be able to compile resources to ensure student support
  • Student will become proficient in planning and implementing small and large-scale campus events
Application Process: Applicants must submit the following materials: resume, names and contact information for three professional references.

 

Office of Student Success                                             

Dr. Dorie Paine, Supervisor & Director
Supervisor Direct Line: 4-5439                  
Supervisor email: dpaine@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:  approximately 10
Title of Internship: Student Success Coach

Major duties/responsibilities of the intern position:

  • Meet with students one on one to explore barriers to persistence
    and coach them on strategies for success.
  • Contact students identified as being at risk for attrition and
    encourage them to take advantage of Student Success Coaching.
  • Assist in the administration and coordination of the Student
    Success Coaching Office
  • Refer students to appropriate campus resources
  • Meet with supervisor and other student success coaches on
    regular basis.

Expected learning outcomes of the intern positions:

  • Intern will gain knowledge regarding best practices in college
    coaching.
  • Intern will enhance their communication skills with students in a
  • one-on-one capacity
  • Intern will enhance ability to identify barriers to success in
    students and suggest strategies to improve students’
    probability for success.
  • Intern will learn how to make appropriate referrals for students.
  • Intern will gain knowledge regarding retention best practices.

This is a new internship program that will use our CSA graduate students
to work one-on-one with students who have been identified at risk of
attrition.  Interns will attend weekly meeting/training sessions and
will meet individually with students over the course of the fall and
spring semesters. 
Staff meetings and individual appointments will average approximately
5 hours per week. Please note this is a two-semester internship.

All interns will be required to attend a day-long training program
on Friday, August 24.

If interested in this intern position, please answer the following
questions and return them to Dorie Paine
at dpaine@usf.edu no
later than July 30, 2012.  Interns will be chosen no later than Monday,
August 6 and notified at that time.

  • Please indicate why you are interested in serving as a Student
    Success Coach.
  • Please describe what you would hope to gain from this experience.
  • Please indicate any time commitments you will have other
    than your classes and assistantship
  • Would you be able to attend training on Friday August 24
    from 9-5?

Office of Multicultural Affairs                                            

Stacey Koshko Pippen, Supervisor & Assistant Director
Supervisor Direct Line: 4-5111 or 4-7014               
Supervisor email: skoshko@usf.edu
Number of Internship positions available for 2012-13:  7
Title of Internship: Graduate Intern
Time Period: 1 year-July 2012-May 2013

Summary of Position:
A Graduate Intern will provide programmatic and administrative
assistance for the advancement of the Office of Multicultural
Affairs at the University of South Florida.  The Graduate Intern
will report to the Assistant Director. An average of 5-8 hours
per week of office time is standard for any internship, dependent
upon the project.  Duties and responsibilities are referenced below. 
Click here to apply. 

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • iBuddy: International Buddy Match Program AVAILABLE

The iBuddy program is designed to partner international &
domestic students studying at USF with for the purpose of
cultural exchange & friendship. Students will engage in group
activities & be provided with resources to enhance their
experience as an iBuddy.

    • Coordinate marketing and recruitment of participants
    • Execute matching program at USF
    • Coordinate socials and recognition programs.
    • Communicate regularly with participants
    • Create assessment tool to track participants
    • Communicate with participants
    • Create annual report
    • Strengthen international relations in academic
      affairs and student affairs
    • Other duties as determined

The Cultural Competency Certificate (CCC) is an
interactive program that broadens cross-cultural relationships,
cultivates knowledge and skills to engage with people from
diverse backgrounds, and contributes to an individual’s
success within a global society. CCC is a semester long cohort
of an estimate of 30 select applicants.  There are projected to
have 2 cohorts during 2012-2013, one cohort in the fall and
one in the spring.  A July start date is recommended for this internship.

    • Coordinate logistics, meetings, point system of the
      2012-2013 program(s)
    • Create welcome packet for participants and advising staff
    • Revise participant manual
    • Enhance tracking mechanism for participants
    • Recruit participants and enhance marketing
    • Communicate with interested participants to
      set up introductory meeting
    • Coordinate assessment to track participants learning
    • Create annual report
    • Other duties as determined
  • Multicultural Marketing -AVAILABLE
    • Enhance and maintain a process of effective
      marketing for OMA events.
    • Serve as the contact person between the
      Marketing department, OMA, student organizations,
      departments, etc.
    • Monitor and maintain progress of marketing for
      each office event to ensure they are marketed in a
      timely and expansive manner.
    • Coordinate revisions to website content and
      make recommendation for improvement
    • Maintain OMA social media sites
    • Maintain pro-go marketing tool
    • Other duties pertinent to maintaining and efficient
      and self-sustaining marketing process.
    • Compile demographic reports for signature programs
    • Create assessment tool to determine effective
      marketing strategies
    • Create annual report
    • Other duties as determined

 


 

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