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Civic Learning Program Assistant
Position Description

 

 

  • Demonstrate a commitment to the Office of Judicial Affairs, its mission and its outcomes, as well as to the University and Student Affairs value statements, including the Madison Way.
  • Maintain confidentiality following the FERPA requirements below.
  • Assist with educational programs (i.e. Reflection Groups) related to civic learning.  Tasks include, but are not limited to, preparing program materials, classroom set-up, program facilitation and reporting students’ sanction completion.
  • Assist in the design and/or creation of resources for educational programs and trainings.
  • Collaborate with the Coordinator of Civic Learning in the intake & exit interview process with student participants in the program, including ensuring that all assessments are completed.
  • Collaborate with the Coordinator of Civic Learning with ensuring ongoing communication with each mentor and site supervisor in order to track student progress.
  • Create bi-monthly newsletter for Civic Learning Volunteers which includes training opportunities, on-campus events, announcements, etc.
  • Meet bi-monthly or weekly with the Graduate Assistant supervisor.
  • Meet monthly with the Coordinator of Civic Learning.
  • Actively participate in scheduled All Staff meetings occurring each semester.
  • Attend staff training in August in preparation for the work for the academic year.
  • Assist with additional projects and duties as assigned.

 

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