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Diversity & Cultural Engagement provides on-campus paid employment opportunities promoting diversity and social justice. We offer numerous leadership opportunities through our Cultural Resource Centers and our DCE central office. We engage student leaders through transformative learning experiences, positive social change, academic success and identity development. Student employment opportunities are available in our Cultural Resource Centers and under our programs & initiatives

What we look for

  • Enthusiasm
  • Communication skills
  • Leadership potential
  • Organization
  • Compassion
  • Ability to be a positive role model
  • Recognition and appreciation of diversity

Applications for the Women Center are open until August 7, 2017.

Diversity & Cultural Engagement Central Office –
Student Ambassador

Student Ambassadors serve as student leaders for the central Diversity & Cultural Engagement office. Alongside working in specialized programs & initiatives within DCE, they will perform general office duties.

This position serves to bridge program ideas and to provide programming for the central DCE office that engages the Student Experience Center, Cultural Resource Centers, and other academic and student organizations as appropriate. The central office student employees must be committed to the development of an inclusive community in the office of Diversity & Cultural Engagement at Oregon State University. 

There are five program areas of specialty that student ambassadors will serve directly in addition to their duties respective to the central office. Each ambassador is assigned a specific program area according to their interests, abilities, and experiences but may be required to support other program areas throughout the year as needed:

View more information about the positions and the requirements here

Applications are now closed.

    Applications for the Women Center Student Success Peer Facilitator and Graphic Designer are open until August 7, 2017 at 12:00 PM PST. Visit the appropriate sections below for more information.

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    Cultural Resource Centers –
    Student Success Peer Facilitator (SSPF)

    Student Success Peer Facilitators serve as student leaders for our Cultural Resource Centers on campus. SSPF are responsible for the creation, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs/events from concept(s) to completion.

    The Cultural Resource Center (CRC) Student Success (SS) Peer Facilitator must be committed to the development of an inclusive community in the Cultural Resource Centers at Oregon State University and to the education of all students in areas of cultural awareness, social justice, and liberation. The CRC Student Success Peer Facilitator shall encourage staff and community members to be responsible for their own behavior and for the community as a whole by serving as a positive role model for academic pursuits and individual behavior within the OSU Community.

    Students interested in applying for the SSPF position will be able to work in one of our seven Cultural Resource Centers. Priority ranking will be available on the application. To learn more about each center, please visit the sites below:

    View more information about the positions and the requirements here

    Update 7/31/17:

    The Women's Center is currently hiring two SSPF:

    Click below to view the position description and the application. Deadline is August 7, 2017 at 12 PM.

    Cultural Resource Centers –
    Communication Representative (Comm. Rep)

    Communication Representatives provide support for promotions, campaigns, events/programs, and community awareness with marketing materials. They will maintain social media presence through strong written skills, capture videos/pictures, and documentation of programs.

    The Cultural Resource Center (CRC) Communications Representative must be committed to the development of an inclusive community in the Cultural Resource Centers at Oregon State University and to the education of all students in areas of cultural awareness, social justice, and liberation. The CRC Communications Representative shall encourage staff and community members to be responsible for their own behavior and for the community as a whole by serving as a positive role model for academic pursuits and individual behavior within the OSU Community.

    Students interested in applying for the Comm Rep position will be able to work in one of our seven Cultural Resource Centers. Priority ranking will be available on the application. To learn more about each center, please visit the sites below:

    View more information about the positions and the requirements here

    Applications are now closed.

    Cultural Resource Centers –
    Graphic Designer (GD)

    Graphic Designers take lead in design and development of marketing materials (including print and digital materials), using appealing, up-to-date graphics that show attention to detail. 

    The Cultural Resource Center (CRC) Graphic Designer must be committed to the development of an inclusive community in the Cultural Resource Centers at Oregon State University and to the education of all students in areas of cultural awareness, social justice, and liberation. The CRC Graphic Designer shall encourage staff and community members to be responsible for their own behavior and for the community as a whole by serving as a positive role model for academic pursuits and individual behavior within the OSU Community.

    Students interested in applying for the GD position will be able to work in one of our seven Cultural Resource Centers. Priority ranking will be available on the application. To learn more about each center, please visit the sites below:

    View more information about the positions and the requirements here

    Update 7/31/17:

    The Women's Center is currently hiring a GD:

    Click below to view the position description and the application. Deadline is August 7, 2017 at 12 PM.