Loyola University Chicago

Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA)

Division of Student Development

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The Department of Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) encourages students to apply for various leadership opportunites within the department. Please read more below for additional information.

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Graduate Intern: Sorority and Fraternity Life

Hiring Department: Student Activities & Greek Affairs, Division of Student Development

Supervisor: Assistant Director, Sorority and Fraternity Life

Position Time: 20 hours, 9-Month (August to May)

Compensation: $15-$18/hour

A graduate internship in Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) at Loyola University Chicago is an excellent opportunity for Graduate Students who want to gain experience in Student Affairs at a private, mid-sized, Jesuit institution. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life (SFL), the Graduate Intern will co-advise SFL councils and assist with departmental initiatives that increase student engagement and leadership development within the sorority and fraternity community. This position will be required to work some nights and weekends.

 

Learning Outcomes for this position:

The Graduate Intern for Sorority and Fraternity Life will be able to:

  • Apply Jesuit mission and values to practical advising experience with student leaders, student organizations, and advisors;
  • Identify and utilize appropriate student development theories while executing programs and advising;
  • Use assessment to re-define goals and programming in order to meet the needs of students and strategic goals;
  • Interpret and accurately apply University policy and procedures; and
  • Conduct oneself with a high degree of professionalism, poise, confidence, and exercise sound judgement.

GI responsibilities include:

  • Co-advise councils and assist with program management;
  • Develop, manage, assess and promote SFL programs;
  • Assist with departmental programs;
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Qualifications:

 Enrollment in a graduate level degree program with preference for a program at Loyola University Chicago;

  • Sorority & Fraternity Life affiliation (preferred)
  • A desire to work with college students through advising, programming, assessment, advocacy, and Jesuit education;
  • Must be detail-oriented;
  • Proficiency with Word, Microsoft Excel, and other software like Engage;
  • Skills in program planning, implementation, and evaluation;
  • And the ability to work night and weekend hours as needed.

To apply, please email your resumé and cover letter to Chris McQueen, Assistant Director for Sorority and Fraternity Life, at cmcqueen@luc.edu.  

 

Student Activities and Greek Affairs encourages candidates to apply who identify with diverse backgrounds in regards to ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, faith tradition, physical ability, and experience. Unique identities and perspectives are valued in this office as well as throughout this university.

Graduate Intern: Welcome Week

 

Hiring Department: Student Activities & Greek Affairs, Division of Student Development

Supervisor: Coordinator, Student Organizations and Engagement

Position Time: 20 hours, (June 2020-September 2020)

Compensation: $15-$18/hour

 

A graduate internship in Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) at Loyola University Chicago is an excellent opportunity for Graduate Students who want to gain experience in Student Affairs at a private, mid-sized, Jesuit institution. Reporting to the Coordinator for Student Organizations and Engagement, the Graduate Intern will assist with Welcome Week planning and execution, as well as representing SAGA at all of the university’s summer orientation sessions. This position will be required to work some nights and weekends.

 

The Graduate Intern for this position is required to be present during Welcome Week, August 17th, 2020 - August 28, 2020.

 

Learning Outcomes for this position:

 

The Graduate Intern for Welcome Week will be able to:

  • Apply Jesuit mission and values to practical advising experience with student leaders, student organizations, and advisors;
  • Identify and utilize appropriate student development theories while executing programs and advising;
  • Use assessment to re-define goals and programming in order to meet the needs of students and strategic goals;
  • Interpret and accurately apply University policy and procedures; and
  • Conduct oneself with a high degree of professionalism, poise, confidence, and exercise sound judgement.

 

GI responsibilities include:

 

  • Co-advise team of 30+ student leaders;
  • Develop, manage, assess and market Welcome Week programs;
  • Represent SAGA at summer orientation fairs;
  • Support Welcome Week website and mobile application;
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Enrollment in a graduate level degree program with preference for a program at Loyola University Chicago;
  • A desire to work with college students through advising, programming, assessment, advocacy, and Jesuit education.
  • Must be detail oriented.
  • Proficiency with Word, Microsoft Excel, and other software like Engage and Guidebook.
  • Skills in program planning, implementation, and evaluation.

 

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Shereen Bourne, Coordinator, Student Organizations and Engagement, at sbourne1@luc.edu.

 

 

Student Activities and Greek Affairs encourages candidates to apply who identify with diverse backgrounds in regards to ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, faith tradition, physical ability ,and experience. Unique identities and perspectives are valued in this office as well as throughout this university.

 

 

 

Graduate Intern: Registered Student Organizations (RSO’s) and Leadership Development

 

 

Hiring Department: Student Activities & Greek Affairs, Division for Student Development

Supervisor: Coordinator, Student Organizations and Involvement

Position Time: 20 hours, 9-Month (August to May)

Compensation: $15-$18/hour

 

A graduate internship in Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) at Loyola University Chicago is an excellent opportunity for Graduate Students who want to gain experience in Student Affairs at a private, mid-sized, Jesuit institution. Reporting to the Coordinator for Student Organizations and Involvement, the Graduate Intern will co-manage the Emerging Leaders Program and assist with departmental initiatives that increase student engagement and leadership development within registered student organizations. This position will be required to work some nights and weekends.

 

Learning Outcomes for this position:

 

The Graduate Intern for RSO’s and Leadership Development will be able to:

  • Apply Jesuit mission and values to practical advising experience with student leaders, student organizations, and advisors;
  • Identify and utilize appropriate student development theories while executing programs and advising;
  • Use assessment to re-define goals and programming in order to meet the needs of students and strategic goals;
  • Interpret and accurately apply University policy and procedures; and
  • Conduct oneself with a high degree of professionalism, poise, confidence, and exercise sound judgement.

 

GI responsibilities include:

 

  • Co-advise the Emerging Leaders Program;
  • Develop interactive online resources for student organizations and advisors;
  • Assist with planning and executing the Student Organization Awards;
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Enrollment in a graduate level degree program with preference for a program at Loyola University Chicago;
  • A desire to work with college students through advising, programming, assessment, and advocacy;
  • Must be detail oriented;
  • Proficiency with Word, Microsoft Excel, and other software like Engage;
  • An appreciation of Jesuit education traditions;
  • Skills in program planning, implementation, and evaluation;
  • Experience with registered student organizations and leadership development a plus.;
  • And the ability to work night and weekend hours as needed.

 

 

To apply, please email your resumé and cover letter to Chelsea Pratts, Coordinator for Registered Student Organizations, at cpratts@luc.edu.

 

Student Activities and Greek Affairs encourages candidates to apply who identify with diverse backgrounds in regards to ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, faith tradition, physical ability ,and experience. Unique identities and perspectives are valued in this office as well as throughout this university.