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The Leadership Scholars are a team of students who work alongside staff in the office to develop and implement programs and services for the RIT community. These paid positions require a greater level of commitment to the office and its mission, a desire to work in a fast-paced (and fun) environment and, a willingness to prioritize the position among the top one or two co-curricular involvements.
Alternative Spring Break: Organize and implement RIT's signature alternative break programs, providing action-oriented trips during University spring breaks.
Emerging Professionals Institute: Support the growth and development of the Emerging Professionals Institute: a series of program that each focus on difference competencies that students need to be successful in the workplace.
Into the ROC: Plan and implement service events and cultural outings each semester designed to introduce participants to some of Rochester's most notable service agencies and local attractions.
momentum: Support the growth and development of momentum: a program for students who want to make a change in the community by developing their leadership skills but don't know where to start.
Voter Engagement: Plan and implement ROAR the Vote programming including voter registration drives, non-partison voter education programs, and voter turnout efforts.
- Into the ROC, Voter Engagement, momentum, and EPI: $1800 stipend/$600 incentive
- Alternative Spring Break: $1800 stipend/ASB Scholarship valued at $600