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Judicial Opportunities

2014-15 Undergraduate Position Applications

Judicial Affairs is currently accepting applications for employment and volunteer opportunities for the 2014-2015 academic year.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

The Office of Judicial Affairs offers a unique opportunity for students to serve on the Judicial Council.  Council members aim to uphold community standards by serving on hearing panels with other students, faculty, and staff. Council members will hear cases and help decide responsibility for students who have violated policy and rejected the decision of their original hearing officer.

For more information on the Judicial Council, please access the Judicial Council section.

Status: Currently accepting applications. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, March 28, 2014.

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Employment Opportunities

Every spring, the Office of Judicial Affairs looks to hire new student staff to fill several roles within the office. Below are brief descriptions of what each position entails, formal position descriptions and ways to apply.

Student Judicial Coordinators

SJC's are selected in collaboration with the executive council of the Student Government Association and the Office of Judicial Affairs.  Students will gain experience in handling administrative hearing responsibilities of judicial violations, assisting in selection and training of the student members of the Judicial Council and future Student Judicial Coordinators, and serving as an active member of the Office of Judicial Affairs.  Applicants for this position must have and maintain a 2.25 GPA and have no current judicial record.

Status: Currently accepting applications. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2014.

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Civic Learning Program Assistants

Civic Learning Program Assistants are individuals who are interested in working in a constantly changing, positive environment.  Students will need to be able to work a fairly flexible schedule, coordinate students through the Civic Learning process, and assist with educational programs. Successful candidates will have strong communication skills, experience working with groups, and the ability to complete administrative tasks and meet deadlines.

Status:  Currently accepting applications. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2014.

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Substance Education Program Assistants

Substance Education Program Assistants are motivated, professional students willing to work in substance education. Candidates should possess good facilitation/presentation skills, be comfortable leading a group discussion and have some knowledge of alcohol and drug abuse. As a Substance Education Program Assistant, main duties include facilitating sanctioned drug/alcohol classes and assisting with all educational programming.

Status:  Currently accepting applications. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2014.

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Office Assistants

This is a Federal Work Study position available through the Office of Judicial Affairs. Great responsibility is placed in this position as they assist with essential clerical duties, provide quality customer service and demonstrate a commitment to our University mission.  Successful candidates are in good academic standing with the university and is eligible for Federal Work Study for the academic year. Please contact the office of Judicial Affairs for more information.