Office of Civic Engagement

Job Postings

All jobs are posted at the discretion of the Office of Civic Engagement (OCE). Postings may be removed at any time. For older postings please see the OCE Jobs Archive.


Paid Student Voter Engagement Fellowship Opportunities through Campus Vote Project and the OCE
​​​​​​​Post Date: 12/02/2020

Summary:

The Campus Vote Project (CVP) is a national nonpartisan project that helps America's colleges and universities to get as many of their 20 million students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves and turn out at the polls.

Fellows will lead their campus with voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement for the spring semester 2021. Fellows will work with the CSU Office of Civic Engagement to help register and engage the CSU community in the election process, and work to institutionalize voter and civic engagement on campus. Fellows will receive orientation, training, support, and guidance from CVP.

Fellows must currently be enrolled in courses at CSU. The Fellowship will start at the beginning of the spring semester. The total stipend for this Fellowship is $1,200. Fellows will be paid $500 at the end of the spring semester. If a Fellow chooses to continue the Fellowship through the fall 2021 semester, they will receive the remaining $700.

To Apply:
Please submit a resume and cover letter to Dylan Sellers at dsellers@campusvoteproject.org AND to Anita Ruf-Young at a.rufyoung@csuohio.edu by December 7, 2020.


Paid Student Voter Engagement Fellowship
​​​​​​​Post Date: 12/01/2020

Summary: 

Fellows will lead their campus with voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement for the spring semester 2021. Fellows will workwith theCSUOffice of Civic Engagement to helpregister and engage the CSU community in the election process, andwork to institutionalizevoter andcivicengagementon campus.Fellows will receive orientation, training, support, and guidance from CVP.

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Viking Corps Student Assistant
Post Date: 9/10/20

Summary:

Work in various non-profit or government agencies performing activities and services to improve the quality of life for community residents and/or to solve problems related to those residents’ needs. Position Accountabilities: Student will work in jobs that compliment and reinforce their educational program, career goals, and interests. Qualifications: Experience depends on position. Must be reliable and have a desire to work for non-profit and/or government agencies. Freshman through seniors may apply. All Majors are eligible. Students are required to provide their own transportation to and from the job site.  Viking Corps employees are CSU Student Employees and must be legally able to work at an off-campus site. It is a violation of United States visa regulations for F-1 visa students who are not enrolled in OPT/CPT to work off-campus. Any International Student who wishes to work off-campus MUST go to the Center for International Services and Programs to have their request reviewed and approved. 

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CPL America Reads Tutor
Post Date: 9/10/20

Summary:

Work as a reading/homework tutor for elementary school-aged children in selected Cleveland Public Libraries (Collinwood, East 131st, Fleet, Fulton, Garden Valley, Glenville, Hough, Langston Hughes, Rice, Rockport, Sterling, Walz, and Woodland). Position Accountabilities: Tutors will be able to effectively tutor children, kindergarten through eighth grade, in a variety of subject areas using developed verbal and written communication skills. Qualifications: No prior tutoring experience needed. Must be reliable and have a desire to work with young children in an urban setting. Freshman through graduate-level students may apply. All majors are eligible. Tutors are required to provide their own transportation to and from the tutoring site. All sites are accessible by bus, but depending on where you are traveling from, travel time could be an issue by bus. America Reads tutors are CSU Student Employees and must be legally able to work at an off-campus site. It is a violation of United States visa regulations for F-1 visa students who are not enrolled in OPT/CPT to work off-campus. Any International Student who wishes to work off-campus MUST go to the Center for International Services and Programs to have their request reviewed and approved. 

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