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Opportunities for Students

Are you looking for an opportunity to give back to the JMU community? The Office of Student Accountability & Restorative Practices may be the place for you! Our office provides the unique opportunity for students to give back in a variety of positions as either employees or volunteers.

Student Employment- Undergraduate Opportunities
  • Office Assistants (Federal Work Study Position) - Applications are closed for 2018-2019

Volunteer

The Office of Student Accountability offers a unique opportunity for students to serve as members of the Accountability Board. Members of the Accountability Board serve on panels who act as the original decision making body for cases in which a student is charged with minor, major, or flexible policy violations as classified by the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices. These panels evaluate evidence, apply policy, and weigh the perspective of the Accused Student and witnesses to determine if the Accused Student is responsible or not responsible for violating policy and, if necessary, assign the sanctions for the case. JMU faculty, staff, undergraduate students, and graduate students are eligible to become members of the Accountability Board. We train board members in several sessions throughout the year. Click below to learn more!

The Civic Learning Program offers a unique opportunity to Graduate Students to work one-on-one as Mentors in the Mentor Experience Civic Learning Program. We are always looking to add volunteers for the Civic Learning Programs. Click below for more information!

Opportunities for JMU Faculty/Staff

Looking for opportunities to give back to the JMU community? Our office provides the unique opportunity for faculty and staff to give back in our Accountability Board and Civic Learning Programs.

Civic Learning

We are always looking to add volunteers for the Civic Learning Programs. Click below for more information!

Accountability Board

JMU faculty and staff are eligible to become members of the Accountability Board; We train board members in several sessions throughout the year. Members of the Accountability Board serve on panels who act as the original decision making body for cases in which a student is charged with minor, major, or flexible policy violations as classified by the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices. These panels evaluate evidence, apply policy, and weigh the perspective of the Accused Student and witnesses to determine if the Accused Student is responsible or not responsible for violating policy and, if necessary, assign the sanctions for the case. Click below to learn more!

Learn more about the Accountability Board and this unique way to impact students and the JMU community!

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