Paid student opportunities to get engaged!

Posted on June 01, 2013

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Are you a UNCG student looking for a leadership opportunity? Need a good paying job with flexible hours? The Office of Leadership & Service-Learning is currently recruiting students for a variety of positions!

Become a FFL Facilitator
FFL Facilitators are trained to present leadership development workshops on campus. Student facilitators gain:
· An opportunity to learn and teach about leadership development
· Establish meaningful connections among other students interested leadership
· Develop and strengthen communication and public speaking skills
· A good paying job with flexible hours ($25 for each hour-long workshop facilitated)

Please submit resume to Ericka Gonzalez, OLSL Assistant Director of Leadership, at

Become a Community and Civic Engagement Fellow (2013-14)
OLSL is recruiting students interested in working as Community & Civic Engagement Fellows for the 2013-14 academic year. Fellows are a team of OLSL student employees that work to promote community engagement on campus, implement one-time service events for UNCG students (serveGSO), and assist with the planning of OLSL signature events (Spartan Service Day, Volunteer Fair, MLK Day of Service, Empty Bowls, etc.). Training is provided.

Contact Joe Frey, OLSL Assistant Director for Community Engagement, at

Leadership Challenge – Sign Up for Next Semester!
The Leadership Challenge Program is an institution-wide commitment to offer all UNCG students leadership education, training, and development through curricular and co-curricular experiences that assist students in the development of leadership skills, gaining varied leadership experiences, prepare students to serve as citizen-leaders in a global community, and engage in the process of leadership through leadership-service-learning.

Contact Sami Francis, OLSL Graduate Assistant for Student Leadership, at

The Office of Leadership & Service-Learning serves as a catalyst for the development of experiential curricular and co-curricular leadership and service-learning initiatives. Through civic engagement, community partner collaboration, and personal reflection, OLSL prepares students for a life of active citizenship. OLSL assists students in developing a personal philosophy of leadership while gaining valuable and diverse experiences, empowering them to effect positive change and serve as citizen-leaders in a global community.

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