Paid assistantship for 2016-17 (Drake gender violence service office)

Alysa Mozak, Coordinator for Sexual Violence Response & Healthy Relationship Promotion, is seeking a Campus Impact Specialist to assist her during the academic year 2016-17. This is a paid Undergraduate Assistantship that will focus on developing a holistic approach to prevention and intervention services within the gender violence service office at Drake. This student will work about 10 hours a week. To qualify for an Undergraduate Assistantship, a student must be of junior or senior standing, and must have a 3.00 GPA by the end of the summer 2015 term.

Detailed Description of Outcomes:

This student will be responsible for assisting the coordinator with campus climate projects related to gender violence, such as focus groups to diverse student groups, and in collecting applicable research in the gender violence field that would help facilitate and guide such projects. This student would also develop, market, implement and review effective awareness campaigns on campus and through social media, and act as a support for inventorying and marketing anti-violence initiatives across campus that work toward a collaborative, co-curricular developmental area across disciplines. The student will work collaboratively as a team member in multiple professional settings with students, faculty and staff with a goal to develop awareness of and actively participate in systems responses to gender violence.

 Students can email their interest to; interviewing and selection will occur spring semester 2016, with anticipated start date of August 2016.