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The Creative Arts Council is seeking program assistants to work with the CAC Director on a variety of projects for the Granoff Center and the Creative Mind Initiative.
Graduate or undergraduate student to work up to 20 hours per week on a grant-funded intervention study at Saint Elizabeth’s Court assisted living center. Responsibilities: • Assist in preparation for focus groups and key informant interviews • Assist in conduct of Focus Groups • Create study recruitment materials • Recruit participants in person for the Focus Groups or main study. • Conduct baseline and follow-up surveys and measures • Assist in creation of intervention programs and materials. • Deliver interventions to Saint Elizabeth Court residents • Assist in collection of process evaluation data • Take notes at project meetings and create meeting minutes. • Help with data analysis and writing of papers and reports
The Black Student Initiative Coordinator fosters community among the various Black student groups on campus. In addition to being aware of community needs and communicating those needs to the administration, the Black Student Initiative coordinator maintains a close relationship with Black Alumni (specifically, the Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC)). The Black Student Initiative coordinators spearhead the ONYX society in order to plan ONYX, an annual rites of passage ceremony that celebrates the transition from Black student to Black Alumni. Responsibilities include: Planning and organizing BlackBoard Initiative meetings (Coordinators periodically invite student leaders from the various Black student groups on campus to come together and discuss the potential for collective action.) Maintaining a current list of all the leaders in the various Black student organizations. Planning and executing ONYX. Aiding the Black Heritage series in event planning and in the promotion of their events. Reaching out to the greater Black community.
Asian American Student Initiative Coordinator -- The Asian American Student Initiative coordinator takes a leading role in the “Pan Asian Council” (PAC). By bringing together the various Asian & Asian American groups on campus, this umbrella group ensures effective communication and collaboration. In addition to being aware of community needs and communicating those needs to the administration, the Asian American Student Initiative coordinator also maintains a close relationship with Asian/Asian American Alumni (specifically, the Asian/Asian American Alumni Alliance (A4)). Responsibilities include: -Drafting PAC’s weekly newsletter -Planning and organizing monthly PAC meetings, and striving for attendance from all PAC groups -Maintaining a current list of all the leaders in the various PAC organizations -Fostering collaboration and communication between the various groups within PAC and with PAC and outside groups -Planning and executing an annual PAC retreat in the fall semester. -Organizing the November A4 retreat and other events during A4 homecoming weekend. -Aiding PAC groups in event planning and in the promotion of their events. Reaching out to the greater Pan-Asian community.