CCAS SOAR Intern

See below for a full position details for the CCAS SOAR Intern position, including qualifications, and important dates and deadlines. Please review all information before applying.
Questions? Please contact peerapp@ccas.wisc.edu

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CCAS SOAR Intern Position Details

Description

Cross-College Advising Service (CCAS) is hiring a logistics-focused intern for work during the SOAR 2019 summer dates. To apply, note the dates and times of SOAR sessions (below), read the full position description, and submit your application.  For full consideration, submit your application by Feb.8.

Dates and Times

We are looking for applicants who are available for all of the following dates. All SOAR sessions take place Monday-Friday.

 

Generally, hours will be between 8:15 am and 4:30 pm. Hours will vary from day-to-day. During SOAR, the intern can expect to work approximate 30 hours per week. Other summer jobs, classes, vacations, or other obligations should be planned outside these hours.

Prior to SOAR, the CCAS Intern is required to be available during the following training dates from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm:

 

Submit your Application

 You will be asked to submit a  pdf of your cover letter and resumé. The application page will contain the complete details about how to apply.

Compensation

The per-hour wage is $13.00

Position Details
Mission of Cross-College Advising Service

Cross-College Advising Service (CCAS) provides academic advising for undergraduates who are exploring majors. CCAS is dedicated to holistic student learning and serves the University of Wisconsin-Madison across all eight undergraduate schools and colleges.

CCAS SOAR Intern Position Description

The CCAS SOAR Intern’s primary role is to logistical support the daily operations of CCAS’s SOAR program. The intern will work individually and collaboratively with our professional and peer advisors to promote a positive and productive advising experience for our incoming freshman and transfer students. The intern will also serve as a liaison between CCAS and a variety of campus partners. As part of their work, the intern will work closely with, and be supervised by, CCAS’s SOAR Planning, Logistics, and Training team.

Tasks will also include:
  • Coordinating materials for approximately 80 students and 30 CCAS staff each SOAR session
  • Assessing and ensuring appropriate room set up for each SOAR session, giving additional attention to accessibility and inclusiveness of all spaces
  • Assisting with maintaining a variety of databases, such as student contacts and staff schedules
  • Tracking and troubleshooting emergent issues
Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice

At Cross-College Advising Service, we respect, value, and celebrate the diversity of all UW-Madison students. We strive to make every student feel welcome, safe, and included. By committing ourselves to supporting and advocating for students of all identities, we hope to help foster a healthy campus environment where students can explore academic interests, make decisions about majors and careers, and reach their full potential.

We invite, welcome, and encourage applicants from across all ages, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, abilities, cities/states/countries of origin, and academic interests to apply.

Qualifications

Qualifications

Note: The success of our SOAR program is incumbent on all staff being present at trainings and SOAR sessions. Vacations, study abroad experiences, summer classes, and other jobs cannot conflict with these dates. Please contact peerapp@ccas.wisc.edu about this if you have any questions or concerns.

Important Dates & Deadlines

All applications are due by . Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

  • All students selected for an interview will hear by February 7, 2019
  • Interviews will begin February 11, 2019
  • Students can expect offers of a position by mid-February

Campus Resume Resources

Writing a resume and cover letter can be a daunting task, and you may not know where to begin. Your campus career services offices can help! Each school and college has their own career office that will review your resume and cover letter, as well as provide interview tips.

You can find your office information here: https://careers.wisc.edu/students/