Center for Civic Engagement

Student Employment Opportunities

Make a difference. Join the Center for Civic Engagement. The CCE looks for motivated and service-minded undergraduates and graduate assistants to fill a variety of positions in our office. For more information on the CCE, click here.

Openings are typically advertised at the end of the fall and spring semesters, but openings are posted throughout the year as they become available. Check this page for updates and openings if you are interested in applying to work at the CCE. Students eligible for work study are preferred.

Positions are filled on a rolling basis, so be sure to apply early. This is a great opportunity to get paid to make a difference while developing valuable professional experience. We hope to see your application soon.

  • Fall 2017: Graphic Designer (Marketing Assistant) Undergraduate Position

    The CCE is looking for an undergraduate graphic designer to work 12 hours per week starting in summer or fall 2017. Projects will including designing posters, t-shirts, logos, giveaways, digital signs, and more. Additional marketing tasks will include assisting with the office media records, outreach tabling, photography, flyer distribution, and more.

    Students can apply on CougLink through Monday, March 27. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply early.

  • Fall 2017: Peer Mentor Undergraduate Position

    Peer Mentors (PMs) serve as a liaison to WSU students through class and student group presentations, responding to student requests for community service opportunities, and facilitating reflections of group service projects in the community. PMs maintain familiarity with service opportunities in order to best match students and provide general administrative support to the admin and leadership teams on a daily basis. PMs provide front desk coverage including answering phones, customer service, and data entry.

    Students can apply on CougLink through Monday, March 27. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply early.

  • Fall 2017: Literacy Mentor Undergraduate Position

    The Literacy team provides service learning opportunities for WSU students to mentor and tutor K-8 students in need of academic support. LMs organize and facilitate group service projects at schools and libraries in surrounding communities, as well as coordinate the CCE’s Pen Friends program which connects WSU students with area elementary students through the exchange of weekly letters. Applicants must have a valid driver's license to be considered.

    Students can apply on CougLink through Monday, March 27. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply early.

  • Fall 2017: Project Leader Undergraduate Position

    Project Leaders help to facilitate group service projects for WSU students in the Pullman-Moscow and surrounding communities. Important to each service project is the ability to help students think critically about their service and how it relates to, impacts, and benefits various populations and communities. Applicants must have a valid driver's license to be considered.

    Students can apply on CougLink through Monday, March 27. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply early.

  • How to Apply for Undergraduate Positions

    Interested undergraduates should apply through CougLink, the WSU employment opportunities website. Undergraduate positions include Community Program Assistants, Literacy Mentors, Marketing Assistants, Peer Mentors, Program Assistants, and Project Leaders. Full positions descriptions are on CougLink when openings are available.

    Watch the video below for assistance navigating CougLink.

  • How to Apply for Graduate Assistantships

    Graduate students should email Ben Calabretta, Associate Director, at ben.calabretta@wsu.edu to receive open position descriptions. To apply for an open graduate assistantship, submit a cover letter, resume, and three references with contact information to Ben Calabretta.

    Graduate assistantships include Community Partnerships, Literacy Program, Administrative Services, Academic Program, and Group Projects. Graduate assistantships include a tuition waiver, health insurance, and a stipend. Click here to learn more about graduate assistantships at WSU.


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