Leadership Position Descriptions

Gator Activities Board (8 positions)

The Gator Activities Board intends to further the cultural, educational, social, entertainment, and recreational needs of the students and campus community through providing campus-wide programs on and off campus. The Gator Activities Board shall be responsible for initiating, developing, and implementing a diverse event schedule, including the weekly Gator Gives as welll as annual events such as Week of Welcome and Spring Fling. Gator Activities Board intends to provide program planning skills, leadership experience, and interpersonal development for participating students.

Minimum GPA Requirement 2.50

International Student Ambassadors (6 positions)

International Student Ambassadors plan, promote, coordinate and assess CORE, Seattle Trips and Dessert Socials every quarter for the International Programs and Extended Learning Department (IPEL). The ambassador team members are required to attend and assist at all International Student Orientations (September, December, March and June). Additionally the ambassadors are also responsible for events related to the needs and interest of international students at Green River as well as activities identified by IPEL as needed; programs may include cultural, educational, recreational and social events which may or may not take place on campus.

Minimum GPA Requirement 2.75

Resident Assistant (8 positions)

The Resident Assistant (R.A.) is a student leader committed to establishing and maintaining a positive living environment at GRC’s Student Housing facility – Campus Corner Apartments (CCA). The R.A. position is a 3 quarter (9 months) commitment with opportunities for Summer Quarter employment. R.A. responsibilities include: planning events for residents, enforcing student housing policies, supporting resident academic and personal well-being, working in the student housing office, and participating in an evening on-call rotation with fellow R.As. A challenging and rewarding position, it is expected that any student who applies to be an R.A. be open to learning new skills and creating a positive on-campus experience at Green River College. The R.A. role provides opportunities for collaboration with other student leaders to support campus programming.

Minimum GPA Requirement 2.75

ODEI Peer Navigators (8 positions)

Peer Navigators offer peer to peer: navigating, advising and mentorship services. Green River College prospective and current students can get assistance with: applying to Green River College, registering for classes, navigating the online Green River College website, receive feedback on academic courses and faculty, resources for personal and professional development, applying for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and/or employment resources. Peer Navigators also help students by hosting multicultural study tables as a way to: build community, strengthen student access and retention efforts and closing the education gap for underserved and underrepresented communities. Lastly, Peer Navigators help provide bilingual services, bridge community resources for diverse populations on and off campus for student transition and success.

Minimum GPA Requirement 2.5

ODEI Office Assistants (4 positions)

Office Assistants manage the front desk office duties and offer short-term referral services for students. They provide clerical work, exceptional customer service, translation services, and connect students to the Commencement Achievement Program. Office Assistants primarily help with: the book loan program, CAP Intake database, scheduling appointments, making event reservations, and maintain and keep records of the bilingual service line. Office Assistants also help out by spreading O.D.E.I. awareness through: campus visits/tours, community workshops, initiating and implementing diversity events and activities. Every year, each Office Assistant is given specific projects to work on based on the office needs and the students’ strengths and qualities. These projects might include: 1) coordinating classroom presentations, 2) managing social media, 3) designing forms and materials for the office.

Minimum GPA Requirement 2.0

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday

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Position Descriptions

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