Intern, Community Engaged Learning

Position Number
Office of Education
Compensation Min
USD $11.00/Hr.
Compensation Max
USD $14.30/Hr.
Location : Location


Part-time management of Community-Engaged Learning administrative duties including development of management and research protocols, development of protocol for development of service learning student responsibilities, assist in developing initiative budgets, student travel for presentation of research at local and national meetings, and additional administrative tasks related to specific initiatives and services as advised by the CEL department.


This is a transient temporary position (working less than 20 hours per week).


  • Develops comprehensive event strategy for all Initiative events
  • Responsible for coordinating all volunteers and overseeing any day-of workers and staff
  • Promote all events for widest exposure through marketing strategy and community relationships
  • Assist in contract negotiations with service providers and suppliers such as caterers, attractions, and venues.
  • Assist in identifying/writing/managing grant opportunities for future projects
  • Assist in developing educationally-required community-engaged learning directives
  • Maintains and updates the CEL general or initiative specific REDCap database for participant screening and longitudinal follow-up
  • Maintain and analyze outreach data for all CEL activities for scholarly publications and assist in writing scholarly articles for publication.
  • Effectively communicate with professionals within Admissions and Enrollment, Student Affairs, Medical Education, Health Professions, and the Brock Institute for Community and Global Health.
  • Order supplies and settle invoices via One Source Procurement, organize and coordinate events and provide administrative and research support to CEL department.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


One (1) year of completed college coursework. Project management experience is preferred. 

Location : Location



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