Program Manager, Student Development
The Program Manager for Student Development provides focused management of Swearer Center programs, co-curricular initiatives, community partnerships, and other campus initiatives related to student learning and development. The position is responsible for an assigned portfolio of programs, partner relationships, and/or cohorts of students. Click here to learn more about this position and apply.
Undergraduate Civic Engagement Fellows (2 positions available)
The Swearer Center Civic Engagement Fellows serve to promote the integration of civic engagement and democratic education into all aspects of the Brown undergraduate experience. Among other responsibilities, fellows manage Brown Votes, a Swearer Center and student-led initiative that seeks to coordinate efforts of students, staff, and faculty to encourage and streamline student voter registration and voting participation. Financial Compensation: Stipend of $600/semester. Click here to learn more about the position and apply.
Communications Graduate Assistant
This graduate student role provides communications support (social media, newsletter, copy editing), ensuring consistency in messaging and branding while broadcasting the work of the Swearer Center and our partners. Masters and Ph.D. students from all disciplines are welcome to apply. Click here to learn more about the position and apply.
The Swearer Center hosts several semester-long residencies for practitioners in a variety of fields. Please click the links below to learn more about the application process and deadlines.
The Swearer Center at Brown University offers a semester-long part-time residency program for leading community engagement practitioners who live in the Greater Providence area. This program is intended for distinguished and emerging leaders who are looking for room to reflect, build deeper connections with Brown University, explore academic and research insights and pursue new ideas in their areas of interest. The program is grounded in the Swearer Center’s belief that practitioners are co-creators of knowledge and offers an opportunity to share knowledge while developing new networks of local community leaders and thinkers.
Looking for an off-campus job? Careers in the Common Good (CCG) is a resource for students and alumni interested in nonprofit, social enterprise or public service careers and working for the common good. CareerLAB's counseling, programs, and online services can be useful for students interested in careers in the common good.
Rhode Island Community Jobs (RICOMJOB) is distributed as a public e-mail announcement list that seeks to connect nonprofit and public interest employers in the state with individuals seeking paid work that makes a difference in our communities. Anyone can join the list, and any nonprofit or government organization can post a paid position to the list as a free service. There are currently over 10,000 subscribers.
The opportunities and events posted to the list are diverse in subject matter and skills required. All positions posted to the list are paid, but may be part-time, full-time, summer or consultant positions. To join the list or to list a position, please explore the links below.
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