Opportunities at UCIS

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Staff and Faculty Opportunities

Vira I Heinz Director

The Vira I Heinz (VIH) Program Director is responsible for overseeing the Alumni Network of the VIH Program. This involves overseeing mentorship program, designing in-person events, overseeing social media outlets, and deepening relationships between and across cohorts. The incumbent will provide holistic, developmental advising for underrepresented, first-time women and gender minority travelers, and will oversee the execution of the VIH Community Engagement Experiences (CEE) at the 14 VIH institutions. Learn more and apply here

 

Associate Director - Center for Ethnic Studies Research

The Center for Ethnic Studies Research is seeking an Associate Director to oversee daily operations for the Center for Ethnic Studies Research (CESR) and assists the Director of the CESR in hiring and supervision of staff, managing the Center's budget finances, and implementation of strategic goals. CESR offers students and faculty spaces for community-building through collaborative research and professional development opportunities exploring race and ethnicity that include internships, fellowships, certificates, workshops, symposia, partnerships, and an array of other activities. Learn more and apply here

 

Student Opportunities

UCIS Engagement Communications and Simulations Intern (Fall 2024 start)

The University Center for International Studies (UCIS) Engagement Team seeks a part time graduate student to fill an internship position. The student will support programming for university, K-12, community college/MSI, and community engagement carried out by the UCIS Engagement Team. The position will require some weekend and evening hours when events are held. Some travel is required. This is a hybrid position, $15 per hour. Learn more and apply here

 

Latin American Studies Ambassador (Fall 2024 start)

The Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) is seeking 3-4 Student Ambassadors to assist the Assistant Director for Academic Affairs with recruiting, orientation, and other aspects of the undergraduate programs in Latin American Studies. The incumbent will be asked to make classroom presentations about CLAS and to represent Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies at various events on campus. Ambassadors must be able to speak comfortably in front of a large groups, proficiency in Spanish or Portugese is preferred. This is a fully on-campus position, $12 per hour. Learn more here