New Student Job and Leadership Fair

Benefits of an On-Campus Job or Leadership Opportunity

  • A class-friendly schedule: The departments attending are familiar with the demands of college, including breaks and finals, and will prioritize working around those as much as possible.
  • Gain Career Experience: Whether it’s paid or unpaid, on campus job and leadership opportunities gain valuable experience and transferable skills that can help you in your future career. The 2016 Job Outlook Report showed that 80% of employers are looking for candidates with leadership experience. 
  • Great references: On-campus supervisors and advisors can be the source of some great references for future employment and graduate school and mentors later in your career.
  • Meet new people: On-campus departments work with thousands of students! Unlike off-campus jobs, everyday you’ll be working with potential classmates or future colleagues.
  • Convenient location: Easily transition from class or a student organization meeting to your role without even having to get into your car!

What Opportunities are Available?

On-Campus Jobs

New Student Programs

Contact: Cameron Hill,  clhill4@ncsu.edu

Graphic Designer

Openings: Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Students in this position will gain hands on experience designing for print, web, and social media. Through these designs, they will contribute to NSP’s overall communication efforts and support a variety of programs including Orientation, Welcome Weeks, the Common Reading Program, the Summer Start Program, and more.

 

Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes

Contact: Kristen Lee, aspsa-tutor@ncsu.edu, 919-513,2014

Academic Tutor

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Provide individual and small group tutoring to student-athletes within the Academic Skills Enhancement Program to enhance academic skills through teaching study skills and strategies, clarifying questions related to the content, and offer academic mentoring within ASPSA’s facilities throughout the academic year.

Study Hall Monitor

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Enforce all ASPSA facility rules and consistently report any issues to an ASPSA staff member, monitor check-in/check-out for all student-athletes entering the facility, facilitate and maintain a study environment conducive to learning, and assist the tutorial and academic support staff on tutor/student-athlete pairings.

NC State Athletics

Contact: Tyler Cox, tgcox2@ncsu.edu, 919-830-8334

Facilities and Operations Assistant

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Candidates will perform a variety of tasks assisting the facility and game operations staff with carrying out day-to-day maintenance and operations.  Plus, event management operations for all home athletic events.

Turf & Grounds Assistant

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Candidates will perform a variety of tasks assisting the Grounds/Facilities staff with carrying out dayto-day field and facility maintenance. In addition, candidates will be involved in home athletic event field and facility preparation.

Annual Giving

Contact: Brittany Smith, ncstatecallcenter@gmail.com, 919-515-0516

Student Fundraiser

Openings: Summer Openings

As a Student Fundraiser, your job is fostering relationships between the alumni and the university by building rapport, raise funds for scholarships, and student programming – things that you and your fellow classmates can benefit from. Must be willing to learn from your experience and work to build calling skills.

Campus Enterprises

Contact: Apply online at https://campusenterprises.ncsu.edu/join/students/, 919-515-1589

Multiple Positions including: Barista, C-Store Cashier, Food Service Worker, Sales Associate, Waitstaff

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Campus Enterprises is NC State’s lead division for retail and hospitality. Each unit shares a common goal: deliver quality and efficient services with dedicated financial support for student activity and scholarships.  Working as a member of the Campus Enterprises team, students gain valuable experience and develop skills that can be transferred to their individual career paths.  View all Campus Enterprises positions and apply at go.ncsu.edu/ce-jobs.

Disability Resource Office

Contact: Wyona Goodwin, wrgoodwi@ncsu.edu, 919-513-3767

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

        Exam Proctors

  • Acts as a monitor and assistant for testing of students
  •  Guarantees that all security procedures are closely followed
  • Maintains a quiet area for testing and ensures that students are not
    interrupted
  • Must be highly responsible, mature, and trustworthy, maintain strict confidentiality
  • Check students in and out

        Access Assistants

  • Attends and takes notes each class session.
  • Contact the DSO immediately to report any absence and/or problems.
  • Work one on one, in person, with assigned student.
  • Assist student with classroom/laboratory work (physical academic tasks;
    scribing; writing out and solving problems in class activities manipulating
    equipment and materials as needed; active use of textbook, etc.)
  • Student will give instructions to the Assistant.
  • Must be able to perform in the subject area.
  • Must maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Must commit to assignment for the entire semester.
  • *Access Assistants will not perform tasks of a personal nature

        Exam Scribes

  • Works one on one, in person, with assigned student.
  • Acts as a monitor and assistant for testing of student.
  • Guarantees that all security procedures are closely followed.
  • Must be highly responsible, mature, and trustworthy.
  • Must maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Must have a good understanding of the subject area.Writes for a student while he or she dictates during an exam.
  • Records word for word dictated without personal input or editing.
  • Student will proofread and dictate desired changes in spelling, sentence
    structure, style, etc.
  • Student will approve final draft to be submitted to professor.

       Office Assistants

  • Assist with checking in for exams as needed
  • Assist with general office administration as needed
Electrical and Computing Engineering

Contact: Charles Hall, charles_hall@ncsu.edu, 919-515-3569

          Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Junior Web Developer

We’re looking for someone with a decent understanding of web development and object-oriented programming. You must have knowledge of HTML, CSS, and at least one programming language. This job touches on various aspects of the development process including project management, designing, building, deploying, testing, and support.

Digital Content Creator

With a focus on video content production, this position is focused on the creation of dynamic short-form video content involving student life, research projects, and academic activities. Looking for candidates with some experience in video creation, basic cinematography/photography, video editing, and journalistic story-telling.

Parents & Families services

Contact: Kerry Fowler, kafowler@ncsu.edu, 919-515-2441

Paid Leadership Opportunity

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Tutors for TRIO Collegiate Programs work individually with TRIO students in subject areas that they are comfortable working with, including Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, Economics, and more.

Students who are part of the TRIO Collegiate Programs are generally first in their family to attend university and/or from low socio-economic backgrounds.

TRIO Collegiate programs

Contact: Kyle Blohl, kjblochl@ncsu.edu, 919-513-1725

Peer Tutor

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Tutors for TRIO Collegiate Programs work individually with TRIO students in subject areas that they are comfortable working with, including Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, Economics, and more.

University tutorial center

Contact:  Sarah Stokely, sestokel@ncsu.edu, 919-515-3163

Peer Tutor

Openings: Summer Openings, Fall Openings

  • Complete required training – if hired, tutors will be added to a section of USC
    210, Introduction to College Tutoring.
  • Serve as a role model and a resource for other students and staff.
  • Be able to tutor at least 2 students per week (about 4 hours/week) for 2 subsequent semesters
  • Facilitate interactive tutoring sessions
  • Help students make academic progress, while promoting independent learning and self-reliance
  • Earned a B+ or higher in at least one of the courses listed below
    • CH 100, 101, 111, 201, 221, 220, 223
    • MA 107, 108, 111, 114, 121, 131, 141, 231, 241, 242
    • PY 205, 208, 211, 212
  • Be an enrolled full-time undergraduate student with at least a 3.250 overall GPA
Office of information technology

Contact: Julian Denton, jtdenton@ncsu.edu, 919-723-8790

Class Tech Service Technician

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

ClassTech is seeking NCSU students to maintain, clean, and provide technical services to classrooms on campus. On call to provide professors with assistance in technical support, ideal candidates learn problem solving, digital system maintenance, team work, and professional customer service. ClassTech offers mentorship and leadership opportunities; as technicians advance, they become eligible to train and mentor our newly hired students.

Paid Leadership Opportunities

University Activities Board

Contact: Kristin Koch, kekoch@ncsu.edu, 919-515-4695; Raven Blount,  uab-president@ncsu.edu, 919-515-4695

UAB Executive Board Positions Note: these positions require active membership in UAB for at least 6 months

        UAB Vice President of Communication

  • Stipend of $3,000 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for sending bi-weekly newsletters to the student body, updating the UAB website, and assisting with all marketing, advertising, and communication efforts.  This position serves as the public relations liaison for UAB and acts as an advisor for the Director of Social Media and Graphic Designer positions.

       UAB Vice President of Finance

  • Stipend of $3,000 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for maintaining all records of UAB financial transactions, assisting with programming decisions from a financial point of view, and preparing financial reports that reconcile accounts and balance budgets.  This position provides financial reports to UAB and the student body.

       UAB Vice President of Internal Affairs

  • Stipend of $3,000 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for supporting and maintaining all internal processes within UAB.  This includes assisting with reservations, overseeing assessment and reporting, helping with committee development and fellowship, gathering and organizing documentation, and managing giveaway inventory and distribution.  This position will also help build camaraderie among the Board members.

UAB Committee Chair and Vice Chair Positions

        UAB Black Students Board Chair

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for recruiting committee members and creating engaging activities related to the Black Students Board’s mission: to foster a sense of unity among students of the African diaspora while educating others about our culture.  The Chair plans and executes staple events such as Pan-Afrikan Week.

       UAB Black Students Board Vice Chair

  • Stipend of $1,500 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for helping the Chair plan and execute all events related to the Board’s mission: to foster a sense of unity among students of the African diaspora while educating others about our culture.  The Vice Chair also plans and executes recurring events such as Pack the Plaza.

       UAB Concerts & Entertainment Chair

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for recruiting committee members and creating engaging activities related to the Concerts & Entertainment Committee’s mission: to provide engaging music-based programs to enhance the student experience by exposing them to the arts.  The Chair plans and executes staple events such as Karaoke Nights and Wolfstock.

       UAB Concerts & Entertainment Vice Chair

  • Stipend of $1,500 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for helping the Chair plan and execute all events related to the Committee’s mission: to provide engaging music-based programs to enhance the student experience by exposing them to the arts.  The Vice Chair also plans and executes recurring events such as Karaoke Nights and Chords & Coffee.

       UAB Diversity Activities Board Chair

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for recruiting committee members and creating engaging activities related to the Diversity Activities Board’s mission: to educate students by conducting events and inciting conversations encompassing all perspectives on topics surrounding diversity and inclusion.  The Chair plans and executes staple events such as Diversity Education Week Revisited.

       UAB Diversity Activities Board Vice Chair

  • Stipend of $1,500 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for helping the Chair plan and execute all events related to the Board’s mission: to educate students by conducting events and inciting conversations encompassing all perspectives on topics surrounding diversity and inclusion.  The Vice Chair also plans and executes any smaller or recurring programs.

       UAB Films Chair

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for recruiting committee members and creating engaging activities related to the Films Committee’s mission: to provide students with entertainment and collaborate with various partners to introduce a variety of cinematic experiences.  The Chair plans and executes staple events such as Screen on the Green.

       UAB Films Vice Chair

  • Stipend of $1,500 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for helping the Chair plan and execute all events related to the Committee’s mission: to provide students with entertainment and collaborate with various partners to introduce a variety of cinematic experiences.  The Vice-Chair also plans and executes Scream on the Green.

       UAB Leisure & Recreation Chair

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for recruiting committee members and creating engaging activities related to the Leisure & Recreation Committee’s mission: to provide students with leisurely, stress-busting activities to connect with others and enhance their college experience.  The Chair plans and executes staple events such as Red & White Ball and LDOC.

       UAB Leisure & Recreation Vice Chair

  • Stipend of $1,500 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for helping the Chair plan and execute all events related to the Committee’s mission: to provide students with leisurely, stress-busting activities to connect with others and enhance their college experience.  The Vice Chair also plans and executes recurring events such as Trivia Nights.

      UAB Speakers & Professional Development Chair

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for recruiting committee members and creating engaging activities related to the Speakers & Professional Development Committee’s mission: to inspire students with speakers representing diversity of thought to stimulate conversation and develop personal and professional growth.  The Chair plans and executes staple events such as TUFFTalks.

      UAB Speakers & Professional Development Vice Chair

  • Stipend of $1,500 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for helping the Chair plan and execute all events related to the Committee’s mission: to inspire students with speakers representing diversity of thought to stimulate conversation and develop personal and professional growth.  The Vice Chair also plans and executes recurring events such as Slam Poetry.

UAB Marketing Team Positions

        UAB Director of Social Media

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for developing and implementing marketing plans to communicate UAB updates to the student body via social media.  This position gathers and creates content to reflect UAB in a positive light and develops a plan to execute daily, weekly, and monthly posts on appropriate social media platforms.

       UAB Graphic Designer (2 Positions)

  • Stipend of $2,600 over Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters
  • This position is responsible for developing graphic designs for UAB and its events to visually communicate UAB event details through the use of graphic designs.  This position conceptualizes and designs graphic publicity such as flyers, posters, brochures, banners, and t-shirts.
Multicultural student affairs & University admissions

Contact: Melissa Betancur, melissabetancur@ncsu.edu

CAMINOS Mentor

Openings: Summer Openings

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions & Multicultural Student Affairs is hiring current NC State students for mentor positions to work with the inaugural summer program CAMINOS: College Access Meant to Improve Nuestras Oportunidades in Scholarship. “CAMINOS: Your Journey to College” is a four day residential camp for Latinx rising high school juniors and seniors that exposes future scholars to opportunities within and around higher education while reinforcing cultural identity and community ties. The program will be held July 25-28, 2019. Mentors will play a major role in programming as well as live in the residence halls with the students for the duration of the program. Mentors will arrive for training the morning of Wednesday, July 24, 2019. Prior to the camp, there will be mandatory training meetings. Mentors will be paid a stipend of $400.00. Before selecting mentors, we will conduct an in-person interview. These interviews will be held the week of February 25 – March 1.

Women’s Center

Contact: Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote, lmlabarb@ncsu.edu, 919-515-2012

Programming Intern

Openings: Summer& Fall Openings

As a team member, student staff will support the office as a whole, including customer service and providing administrative support, while furthering the mission of the Women’s Center by providing/supporting services and programs focused on gender, equity, and social justice issues. This position is intended to provide student with hands-on experience and professional development opportunities that will be useful to them in a wide variety of fields post-graduation.

Marketing Intern

Openings: Summer Openings

The Campus Community Centers Marketing position will work directly with the Campus Community Centers (African American Cultural Center, GLBT Center, and the Women’s Center) to assist in creating and designing marketing materials, print and electronic publications, posters, social media images, electronic billboards and other items which will help promote Center events.  This position will also assist with social media marketing and management as needed as well as taking pictures at events. All work created will need to meet University brand specifications. A successful candidate will have experience with Adobe Creative Suite products and have work samples.

Conference Services (University Housing)

Contact: Sarah Heenan, sgheenan@ncsu.edu, 919-515-9805

Summer Conference Ambassador

Openings: Summer

SCAs perform concierge-style services related to managing a residence hall service
desk and must be knowledgeable of, and able to implement university policies as well as serve as a resource regarding inquiries related to the campus and local community.

Unpaid Leadership Opportunities

Career Development Center

Contact: Alexander Ricciuti, apricciu@ncsu.edu, 919-515-2396

Career Ambassador

Openings: Fall Openings

Career Ambassadors represent the Career Development Center by presenting career-based workshops, promoting events and opportunities and serving as an informal resource to the Career Development Center.

Feed the pack food pantry

Contact: Thu Le, feedthepackpantry@ncsu.edu,

Openings: Fall Openings

        Executive Director

  • Provides leadership for the day-to-day operations of the Food Pantry
  • Ensures mission alignment with pantry operations and initiatives
  • In partnership with university stakeholders, develop long-term planning goals
  • Act as a liaison between the leadership team, advisors, and university/community stakeholders
  • Responsible for leading the Student Leadership Team of the Food Pantry

       Secretary

  • Manage email accounts
  • Ensures appropriate communication with the team, advisors and stakeholders
  • Appropriately recognize donors for their support (Thank You Letters)
  • Maintain updated calendar of all team events and goals
  • Maintaining and distributing minutes from all team meetings
  • Collaborating with FTP leadership team on all large projects

       Campus Events Coordinator

  • Coordinate participation in campus events (Service Raleigh, Packapalooza, Nile Project, etc.)
  • Coordinate with Resident Advisors and Orientation Leaders
  • Seek out and form relationship with other organizations committed to similar causes

       Food Donation Coordinator

  • Communicate with Wolfpack Pick-Up
  • Coordinate Pack the Shelves (where 20+ campus departments sponsor a shelf in their buildings)
  • Assist internal organizations in holding day, week-long, or month long food drives

       Pantry Operations Coordinator

  • Evaluate pantry weekly for maintenance and organization
  • Works towards the progress of the pantry aesthetic and comfort of patrons
  • Keeps records of food and products donated and received
  • Proficient in Excel/Google Sheets
  • Responsible for updating list of high-demand items
  • Conduct surveys on pantry satisfaction and food insecurity on campus

       Marketing Coordinator

  • Manage social media content
  • Document and photograph pantry events
  • Makes university advertisements
  • Keep stakeholders up to date with pantry updates
  • Share informational posts on social media to educate and raise awareness
  • Make any promotional videos or posts promoting the pantry

       Volunteer Coordinator

  • Train new volunteers
  • Coordinate weekly pantry volunteers
  • Facilitate and host community volunteer groups
  • Review and update volunteer information materials
  • Manage volunteer email account

       Brand Coordinator

  • Responsible for ensuring that Feed the Pack stays on brand with organization and the university
  • Has a background in graphic design or graphic design experience
  • Designs social media content for marketing coordinator to post
  • Design and purchase of pantry merchandise
  • Manages Feed the Pack website
Leadership and Civic Engagement

Contact: Colin Beamer, leadandengage@ncsu.edu, 919-513-3199

Summer Ambassador

Openings: Summer& Fall Openings

Leadership and Civic Engagement wants 2-3  students who are engaged, passionate, and eager to work with our office to tackle social justice issues and strengthen their interests in leadership and service. Ambassadors will work alongside our Leadership and Civic Engagement interns by facilitating events, participating in service projects, and serving as representatives for the Leadership and Civic Engagement office.

Multicultural student affairs & University admissions

Contact: Melissa Betancur, melissabetancur@ncsu.edu

Emerging Scholars

Openings: Summer Openings

The Office of Enrollment Management and Services is hosting our fourth annual Emerging Scholars Academy this summer, and we are looking for dedicated NC State students to be a part of making this program a success, by serving as mentors. The program is a six-day residential summer program at NC State University for rising high school juniors. Mentors will arrive for training the morning of Saturday, June 22. Program participants arrive Sunday, June 23. Mentors are expected to fully engage with their assigned leadership roles throughout the entire program.

NC State Athletics

Contact: Tyler Cox, tgcox2@ncsu.edu, 919-830-8334

Facilities and Operations Assistant

Openings: Current Job Openings, Summer Openings, Fall Openings

Candidates will perform a variety of tasks assisting the facility and game operations staff with carrying out day-to-day maintenance and operations.  Plus, event management operations for all home athletic events.

student Health Services

Contact: Heather Lawson, hmvernie@ncsu.edu, 919-515-3739

Pack Peers

Openings:  Fall Openings

The purpose of the Pack Peers program shall be to bring together diverse groups of students who have a passion for health care, health education and wellness. Through a combination of specialized training and development, the program will create and nurture leaders desiring to make a difference at NC State. The first track prepares students for a range of population level, public health related careers. The second track prepares students for clinical level, health-related careers/.

Women’s Center

Contact: Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote, lmlabarb@ncsu.edu, 919-515-2012

Intern

Undergraduate Interns are housed in the Women’s Center in a learning and leadership capacity. Each intern is expected to learn and utilize a theoretical perspective/lens for the implementation of programs/events and the provision of Women’s Center services. Outcomes, however, vary based on interest and discipline. The standard learning outcomes for students who pursue an internship in the NC State Women’s Center include the learning outcomes as determined by the Women’s Center as an guiding expectation to skills one can hope to acquire. Furthermore, these learning outcomes will be incorporated into the broad outcomes as dictated by the academic internship program.

Volunteers

Openings: always open

To work specifically with certain projects including:

  •  inputting assessment data
  •  assisting with Women’s Center communication and outreach
  •  research assistance
  •  general office support
  •  specific programmatic support such as the Sisterhood Dinner, Gender & Equity Research Symposium, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Women’s Herstory Month

 

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