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Events Planning and Public Relations Student Assistant

Wage$10.15DaysM-F
Hours a Week15HoursFlexible
Start Date8/24/15Post Date5/26/2015

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Position Summary

Plan, coordinate and advertise promotional needs of the college for student activities in the College of Liberal Arts. Manage social media accounts on the behalf of the College. Other duties as assigned.


Essential Functions

Plan and coordinate student event, both social and academic, in the College of Liberal Arts. Publicize the events through email, fliers, posters, and other communication media. Coordinate logistics, set-up, locations, and event times. Arrange the event décor and necessary tables, chairs, etc. Select event venue sites and dates. Plan, schedule, and monitor content and interactions on College social media accounts.


Skills Required

Pleasant personality and sound judgment. Dependable, independent and trustworthy. Ability to work with regular check-ins. A team player with high attention to detail. Excellent communication skills, both written and visual. Ability to use programs such as Publisher, InDesign, Illustrator, and/or Photoshop to create promotional materials.


To Apply Contact:Amy Lyman
Phone475-4137TTYNot Available
Emailaxlgla@rit.eduDepartmentCLA Office of Student Services
Job Number690516

Imagine RIT Chaperone

Wage$12DaysSaturday
Hours a Week5-6Hours9:45am-2:15pm
Start Date05/01/15Post Date4/22/2015

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Position Summary

Student would responsible for chaperoning a group of high school students who are on campus to attend Imagine RIT from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm on May 1, 2015. The chaperone would report to the Liberty Partnership Program Director or Program Counselor and will be assigned to supervise a group of 8-10 students during Imagine RIT and lunch at Gracie's.


Essential Functions

Positive interaction with high school students, staff and faculty; Ensure that students arrive to destinations in a timely manner; Report any behavior issues to Liberty Partnership Staff; Serve as a role model to students


Skills Required

Strong interpersonal skills; Ability to monitor student behavior and encourage appropriate attitudes


Skills Preferred

Worked with high school students or Office of K-12 programs.


To Apply Contact:Bridgette Jones-Waters
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
EmailNot AvailableDepartmentOffice of K-12
Job Number623528