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The BV Community Development Intern will plan BV-wide events and socials, coordinate BV recruitment throughout the semester, and generate social media content in order to promote BV spirit, culture, and community. The intern will also collaborate with other Morgridge Center Interns (Social Media, Marketing, Campus Outreach, Community Outreach, etc.) to create BV-specific program promotion.
- Coordinate campus marketing efforts to recruit students during BV registration and throughout the year (including but not limited to: tabling, chalking, flyering, class announcements, etc.)
- Schedule/delegate promotional events, especially during registration week
- Conduct presentations to promote participation in and understanding of BV
- Work with three BV Executive Board* members to coordinate BV-wide events and socials to build community & belonging throughout the semester
- Identify students to provide BV testimonials for presentations and funders
- Connect often with Marketing, Campus Outreach, and Social Media Interns to coordinate efforts
- Generate creative content on social media to engage new, current, and past Badger Volunteers
- Coordinate and participate in leader meetings during the semester to support new leaders, problem-solve and improve the BV program
- Implement the BV Team award each semester and recognize a BV Team that highlights best practices of the BV program
- Attend a monthly BV Exec Board meeting
- Report to the Badger Volunteers Coordinator during bi-weekly meetings
Though this internship will be primarily focused on BV Community Development programming, the intern should be prepared to perform other support duties as necessary. BV interns function as a team to support BV and Morgridge Center operations.
Additionally, BV Interns will be expected to serve as a Badger Volunteer for at least one semester during the academic year of their internship.
*Badger Volunteers Executive Board:
The BV Executive Board is composed of 8 Badger Volunteers who provide direct programming support. The BV Executive Board is broken into three committees: Newsletter, Community Development, and Educational Programming. Each committee is chaired by a BV Intern and has 2-3 additional members. Committee members are expected to facilitate BV orientations.
Community Development Committee:
The Community Development committee is responsible for designing, planning, and executing socials and recognition events throughout the semester in order to build a sense of community and belonging across the program. Committee members are assigned to an event and the Operations intern serves in a project management and administrative role.
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Background in organizational ability and problem-solving
- Ability to work in team to effectively organize Badger Volunteer programming
Hours & Compensation:
This is an academic year position. Interns receive $10.25/hr and work 8-10 hours per week on a self-made schedule. Opportunity for course credit available.
To apply for this position please fill out this application, which includes a place to upload your current resume. The application deadline is March 18, 2018.