Events and Programming Intern


Department: Office of Student Life

Position: Office Assistant

Reports to: Assistant Director of Student Life

The Office of Student Life seeks a dedicated intern in the area of Late Night Programming. The intern must be dedicated to the late night programming needs of the campus and must demonstrate through their actions an ongoing commitment to providing events to the students. The E&P intern will assist with all aspects of the Late Night Buzz program including event planning, collaboration with others, special events, late hours, paperwork, and much more. This position is not for academic credit and consists of no more than 10 hours per week. Also, preference will be given to applicants with abilities in Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, and or InDesign. 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Includes but not limited to the following: 

  1. Help plan and execute events and programming for RMC alongside with the Assistant Director
  2. Help plan and execute J Term Short courses and annual Ski Trip alongside with the Assistant Director
  3. Promote, market and publicize events and programming initiatives utilizing social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, The Buzz, etc.), and tangible flyers/posters
  4. Serve as the contact point for clubs, organizations, and departments who wish to collaborate with the office
  5. File, record, and maintain all paperwork related to the job (PO’s, contracts, invoices, ect.)
  6. Help develop and execute surveys, evaluations, assessments and to maintain records of events success and trends
  7. Write up an assessment after every event by the following Wednesday
  8. Reserve appropriate spaces and setup
  9. Maintain the Student Life Kitchen by keeping the area clean and tidy, organizing cabinets, and discarding any out of date perishable items.
  10. Other duties as assigned

Qualification Requirements

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to accomplish each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, abilities, training and experience required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  1. Well developed oral and written communication skills.
  2. Ability to work collaboratively with students, colleagues, and staff.
  3. Skills in time-management and organization.
  4. Ability to work independently.
  5. Knowledge off Microsoft Office.

Working Conditions/Physical Demands

The majority of the duties of this position are performed under normal office conditions, however, this job does require that the intern be able to work weekends, evenings and flex periods. The Intern must be able to work outside for extended periods of time and will be required to traverse uneven ground in unpaved, undeveloped areas. The Intern will interact with professional colleagues, students, parents of students, alumni, College volunteer groups and off-campus agencies. 4/18