The Civic Engagement Fellows (Fellows) will assist with programming, recruitment, and outreach efforts with ICCE. The Fellows play an integral role in the development and operations of the Institute. Each Civic Engagement Fellow is also a peer educator responsible for facilitating workshops on a variety of community topics. Students will be chosen based on their potential and their proven leadership experience, effectiveness in advocating for the community, and potential to contribute to the mission and goals of ICCE.
AY 2016-2017 Civic Engagement Fellows
Program Goals and Learning Outcomes
At the beginning of every fall and spring semester, the Institute recruits several SF State student leaders to participate in the Fellows experience. This fellowship is a one-year paid opportunity for rising SF State undergraduate student leaders.
The goal of this fellowship is to help fellows gain the skills and knowledge to create positive change in our community and to develop as confident and passionate civic leaders.
Act as an advocate and resource for SF State students, ICCE approved community partners, departments, and student organizations. Help plan, coordinate, and execute ICCE events with staff and other Fellows. Assist and participate in major events and programs implemented by ICCE. Serve as a peer educator. The position will hire 6 students and pays $15/hr. It will require 15 hours per week commitment during the fall and spring semesters with the possibility summer/winter trainings.* All majors are encouraged to apply! (AB 540 students with DACA can apply for the Fellows positions)
Duties and Responsibilities
Peer Education (on the following topics)
Functional Areas and Duties
Please submit a resume and a list of two references via the application link above. Due: Monday, May 8th, 2017 by 5pm. For more information contact: Jose R. Lopez, email@example.com.