Student leaders are an integral part of the success of Community Outreach programs. Student Leaders are responsible for volunteer recruitment, program planning, and implementing service that meets self-identified community needs while also promoting reflection about social issues. Some positions also assist with operations such as transportation and marketing/communications efforts. Student leaders are supported by a number of peer and professional resources and are provided training throughout the year. There is potential to use work-study funds or earn academic credit during the term of service, please contact email@example.com to discuss this in more detail.
Students who are selected for these positions will serve as student leaders for the 2022-2023 academic year. You can learn more about the specific tasks, responsibilities, and time commitment by downloading the position description using the link next to each open position below. If you wish to apply for one or more of these positions, please submit the online application which also asks for an updated resume. Click here to go to the application. (Please note: Positions & position descriptions are still being added.)
Alternative Breaks | Democracy & Political Engagement | Health Services |Social Services | Jumpstart | Language & Literacy | Public Relations | Special Projects | Transportation | Youth Development & Education – Adolescents | Youth Development & Education – Children
Learn more about Alternative Breaks here.
Learn more about Community Service Days here.
Learn more about Democracy & Political Engagement programs here.
Learn more about Health Service programs here.
Learn more about Social Service programs here.
Learn more about Jumpstart here.
- America Reads – Program Director
- America Reads – Site Leader
Learn more about Language and Literacy programs here.
Learn more about Special Projects here.
Learn more about CO Transportation here.
Learn more about YDEA programs here.
Learn more about YDEC programs here.