Any officially registered student organization is eligible to apply for funding for the internal development of their organization, for conference travel costs or for planning on-campus events. Each application will be reviewed by either the Peer Advising Team or the ASUSF Finance Committee. Please plan ahead and submit your application at least 6 weeks in advance (12 weeks if requesting more than $5000).
Apply for a Peer Advisor position with Student Leadership and Engagement in 2014! Priority review deadline is 5 pm on Wednesday, December 4, 2013. Top applicants will be contacted for an interview with final decisions expected to be announced by Friday, December 13, 2013.
For questions or to receive a full job description, please contact a Peer Advisor on the UC 4th Floor or email email@example.com.
Position Title: Peer Advisor
Title of Supervisor: Assistant Director for Student Organizations
Payrate: Starting at $12.50 per hour
Schedule: 15-20 hours/week during Academic Year (Full-time during training period in January)
General Scope of Position
This position serves as an undergraduate intern assisting with the development, coordination and delivery of student organization services offered by Student Leadership and Engagement (SLE) and the Associated Students of the University of San Francisco (ASUSF). As a member of a Peer Advising Team, this position will conduct outreach to promote undergraduate student involvement and provide resources and advising to strengthen student organizations.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Serve as Peer Advisor, providing general advisement for students regarding involvement in student organizations including, but not limited to: involvement opportunities, event planning, ASUSF funding opportunities, organizational development, leadership development, fundraising, and financial procedures
Assist with the development and logistics of the Student Organization Registration and Orientation process
Manage resources for student organizations
Attend meetings, trainings, professional development workshops as required
Other duties as assigned
Proven leadership and business skills required
Skills and experience with program coordination and event planning
Interest in a career in student affairs preferred
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Computer skills including MS Word and MS Excel required; familiarity with Google applications, internet research, social media, OrgSync, and other online tools preferred
Ability to multi-task, prioritize & meet deadlines
Positive attitude, friendly & professional
Reliable, good follow-through
Independent self-starter, able to take initiative
Understanding of leadership and business principles and/or desire to learn
Familiarity with SLE programs and responsibilities associated with the position
Commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and to contribute to the mission and goals of SLE and the University
Minimum cumulative GPA 2.0 and good disciplinary standing at USF
Work Study preferred
Peer Advisors are required to return to work on January 13, 2014 for Spring semester, scheduled 9 am to 5 pm on Monday through Friday. During the academic year, work must be regularly scheduled during business hours of 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, for 15-20 hours per week. Specific weekly schedule will be set at time of hire. Occasional evening and weekend hours will be required.
This form is to be used when there are changes in the three main contracts which you initially used to registered your club or organization. Please contact the Peer Advising Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have need support as you transition club officers.
Welcome, new Dons! The following pages classify all the student organizations on the USF campus. Click on any respective category to view all the organizations pertaining to that category. Each page will list the organization's name and a brief description about what they do. Click on the checkbox labeled "Receive More Information" beneath any of the organizations to receive more information about them.
We believe that for undergraduate and graduate students to reach their full leadership potential, they must identify what drives them. If students are able to have a clear picture of what they hope to accomplish, they are more likely to succeed and have a greater sense of well being. In this year’s leadership conference we hope to inspire students to find their passion and the momentum to shape it into something greater for the future. This year’s conference will feature workshops including, but not limited to, leadership styles, risk management training, event planning essentials and career/future planning. The conference will help students build their skills in key areas, which will help them to identify and pursue their goals.
All submissions are due by the midnight of, Monday, October 14th, 2013. If you have any questions at all please email Casey Elder at email@example.com.