Thank you for your interest in joining the Office of Student Involvement as a student leader at Clover Park Technical College. 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 Involvement and Associated Student Government (ASG) provide programming, campus organizations, and leadership opportunities to all students.
Student Council (five positions available)
Student Council is the primary advocate for the student voice and a partner with other governing units. The Student Council oversees the administration of ASG. Council meetings, which are open to the public, are held on a regular basis while CPTC is in session.
Campus Activities Board (five positions available)
The Clover Park Technical College Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student lead and student funded branch of the CPTC Associated Student Government. CAB is responsible for presenting broad-based programming, events, and activities developed by students and campus activities professionals for the students of Clover Park Technical College.
*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
1. Reference (Name, Email, Phone number)
Provide an individual who can speak to your experience, character and temperament that is not a family member. Example:
CPTC faculty member
Current or past supervisor
CPTC staff member
2. Personal statements
Why do you want to be a student leader at CPTC? (80-1000 words)
Clover Park Technical College is very diverse. Over 60% of students were awarded financial aid, the median age is 30, 48% are students of color, and 14% are students attending college for the first time. In this position, you will be asked to work on behalf of 4,000 students. How will you strive to represent all students in your leadership position? (80-1000 words)
Tell us how you will be able to successfully balance your student leader position responsibilities (8-16 hours/week) along with your obligations at school and home. (40-1000 words)
3. Prepare resume (optional)
Note: You must complete the application in one sitting, it will not save your information if you leave the site.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to stop by The Office of Student Involvement (Bldg 23, Rm 108), call (253-589-5780) or email us!
If you do not meet one or more of the requirements for participation, you may appeal to have your application considered by the Selection Committee. To appeal, please email a statement after you submit your completed application packet explaining to the committee why you should be considered for a leadership position and explaining any circumstances that may have prevented you from meeting a requirement(s). Submit your appeal via email to email@example.com. Any questions you can contact 253-589-5780. Submitting an appeal does not guarantee that your application will be considered for an interview by the Hiring Committee.
Student Employees for the Office of Student Involvement make minimum wage, which is currently $11/hour.
The Office of Student Involvement also hires Peer Ambassadors, students who work on the Communications & Marketing Team as well as committee members. If you are interested in these positions please check back frequently to see if we are hiring or contact firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a hiring update for any of these positions.
No. Students are paid from S&A fees instead of workstudy money for student positions with the Office of Student Involvement (OSI). You may have an additional position through workstudy as well as work in the OSI but cumulative hours may not exceed 19 hours/week.
Student Council positions range between 16-19 hours/week. Campus Activities Board positions range between 12-16 hours/week.
We encourage South Hill Campus students to apply for any position with the Office of Student Involvement, however, transportation to training, office hours and meetings at the Lakewood campus will be required.
Yes. We require students to wear CPTC gear as part of their uniform, however we will supply you with a few items when you begin working.
One of the best things of a job in the Office of Student Involvement is flexibility around your personal and class schedule. You create your own working hours within the Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm work day (as well as attend 1-2 required meetings per week).