We are currently accepting applications for a variety of student employment positions for the 2019-2020 school year. The deadline to submit an application is Sunday, April 28. If you have any questions about the hiring process, please contact email@example.com or 253-589-5780.
Thank you for your interest in joining the Office of Student Life as a student employee. At CPTC, there are a variety of ways that students can get involved on campus. Supported by the Services and Activities Fees collected from every student’s tuition, the Office of Student Life and Associated Student Government (ASG) provide programming, campus organizations, and leadership opportunities to all students.
Note: You must complete the application in one sitting as you will not be able to save your information if you leave the site at any point.
Deadline to Apply: Sunday, April 28th
Student Employment Opportunities
Each year there are nearly thirty students employed in four different student organizations and three centers within the Office of Student Life. The programs and average hours per week are as follows:
- Student Government (12-19 hours/week)
- Campus Activities Board (12-19 hours/week)
- Student Leadership & Service Center (8-12 hours/week)
- Recreation and Activities Center (Title TBD & opening Fall 2019) (8-12 hours/week)
- Center for Diversity, Inclusion & Civic Engagement (Title TBD & opening Fall 2019) (8-12 hours/week)
- Student Marketing & Communications (8-12 hours/week)
- Student Representative (4 hours/month or 4-6 hours/week)
Our Process Explained
Each year the Office of Student Life conducts a spring hiring process to fill a variety of student employment positions for the upcoming academic year with an anticipated start date of August 1. Prospective employees who submit an application may be invited to participate in an interview with the hiring committee; made up of students and one staff advisor. Applicants that are selected by the hiring committee to move forward will be invited to attend an orientation to learn more about the summer training series. Just prior to the end of the training series in August, students will be informed of their position placement within the organization. We have found that over the years, that it is difficult to determine “best fit” for a position/team with just an application and 15-minute interview. By deciding position placement towards the end of summer training series (which is paid), the department has a higher success rate of placing students into leadership development positions where they can be the most successful.
Three Ways to Contact Us!
Stop by The Office of Student Life (Bldg 23, Rm 108).
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Student Life:
- Complete the online application no later than Sunday, April 28
- Applicants will be contacted between May 6-10 about the status of your application
- Select students will be invited to participate in an information session between May 8-10 prior to their individual interview scheduled for May 13-15
- Applicants will be contacted between May 22-24 about the status of your application
- Finalists will be invited to new hire orientation on June 3 to learn more about the summer training series and what to expect moving forward in the process.
- Must be a currently registered CPTC student
- Maintain a quarterly and cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Must be a student in good standing with the College, ASG and the community.
- Must be making academic progress in an academic degree or certificate program
If you do not meet one or more of the above requirements, please include a statement with your completed application packet explaining to the committee why you should be considered and explain any circumstances that may have prevented you form meeting a requirement(s). Submitting a statement with your application does not guarantee an interview.
To submit your application you will need to complete all sections of the online application:
- Applicant Information
- Personal Statements:
Tell us about yourself
What skills and abilities would you bring to the Student Life Team?
Tell us how you will be able to successfully balance your student leader position responsibilities (8-19 hours/week) along with your obligations at school and home?What interests you in being a student leader?
- Resume (not required – strongly encouraged)
Please list an individual who can speak to your experience, character, and temperament that is not a friend or family member.
Associated Student Government (12-19 hours/week)
Associated Student Government student employees work on either the Student Council or Campus Activities Board (CAB). Student Council is an advocate of the student voice and a partner with other governing units. The Student Council oversees the administration of the ASG. Council meetings, which are open to the public, are held on a regular basis while CPTC is in session. CAB promotes and coordinates a well-balanced program of student-initiated activities that enhance health and wellness, cultural, social and recreational needs of the Associated Students outside the classroom aimed at enhancing student life.
Peer Ambassadors (8 - 12 hours/week)
The Peer Ambassador Program is coordinated by the Office of Student Life. The program serves as a leadership opportunity for students who are dedicated to serving and representing Clover Park Technical College. Ambassadors are paid student employees who coordinate peer help desk activities, conduct walking tours of the campus, and participate in special events related to student retention. Peer Ambassadors staff the Student Leadership & Service Center in Bldg 23.
Student Marketing & Communications (8 - 12 hours/week)
The Student Marketing & Communications positions are responsible for the graphic design, overall promotion of, reporting about and creating of a strong online presence (including social media) for the ASG and the Office of Student Life. Graphic design, photography and writing skills highly desired.
Committee Members (4 hours/month with the ability to increase to 4 - 6 hours/week)
Committee members are paid student representatives who serve on various Clover Park Technical College committees. Additionally, committee members can sign-up for event shifts that are sponsored by the Office of Student Life and increase both work hours and leadership opportunities.