Transfer Student Center Job Opportunities
The Transfer Student Center provides students an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and gain experience working with transfer students. Transfer Center Staff will represent the Transfer Student Center in a professional manner while maintaining that ever-important personal approach. The Transfer Student Center recognizes that transitioning to a 4-year research university from another college or university can be challenging. The Center offers a broad range of programs and services that focus on providing guidance and support, fostering student engagement, and building community on campus.
Transfer Student Center Staff play a vital role within the Transfer Student Center by providing a safe and welcoming environment for transfer students. The Peer Advocate Leads (PALs) will be the part of our Intake Team who serve as a group of individuals that will lead and coordinate key project/programming areas in the Transfer Center.
Each PAL works in a team setting and helps to provide the connection and collaboration between and amongst team members. The Lead is a role model for how to manage responsibilities, collaborate, perform duties at the highest level, and contribute to building a strong team culture.
By participating, Peer Advocate Leads have access to professional staff members, develop transferrable skills in leadership and program planning, and may develop a clear understanding of the need for assisting transfer students.
Intake Team Requirements:
- Work-Study Eligible
- Availability to work 10-12 hours per week
- Presence at weekly, in-person team meetings on Wednesdays, 4-5pm
- Able to attend in-person Spring Orientation/Training on Thursday, January 12th, 10-3pm
- Attendance at major programs the Transfer Center hosts throughout the semester. Examples include: Golden Bear Orientation, Cal Day, and Transfer Day.
- Attend regular check-ins with Transfer Student Center Staff Member
Intake Team Details:
- Starting Pay: $18/hr work-study required
- Organizes community and enrichment activities for our transfer student community
- Responsible for TSC maintenance responsibilities to ensure our physical and virtual spaces are organized and actively engaging with our community (examples include: responding to emails and messages, tracking TSC inventory, updating TSC resource site, upkeeping of community space)
- Being the first point-of-contact for visitors at our community space by having a presence at our front desk in 100 Chavez to ensure helpful services for students, and oversee the maintenance of the Center and equipment.