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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Position Title: Campus Activities Network Executive Board Application

Duration of Role: Fall 2019- Spring 2020

Position Summary:

The CAN Executive Board is a Sponsored Student Organization from the Department of Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) and is comprised of five (5) student members, which will advocate, support, and assist with accountability measures for the RSO community.  

This is a paid on-campus position. 

Position Reports To: RSO Coordinator for Programming

 

Time and Compensation: up to 10 hours per week; Minimum wage

 

Key Responsibilities:

The following are some of responsibilities of CAN executive board members:

  • Creation and implementation of CAN meeting agendas.
  • Attend all CAN meetings, as well as all planning meetings.
  • Participate in New Organization Review Process
  • Support RSO community and student leaders
  • Connect with Loyola students
  • Outreach with student organizations and campus partners
  • Maintain a minimum of 5 office hours a week within the Department of Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA).

 

Minimum Qualifications for CAN Executive Board Include:

- Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA

- Must be available Thursdays at 5pm for monthly CAN General Body Meetings.

- Be currently enrolled at Loyola University Chicago.

- Have been a RSO member for at least one academic year.

- Be in good standing with the University, including all offices and departments

 

CAN Executive Board Information session dates: To be announced

Online Application: Available March 2019

Application Opens: March 11th, 2019

Application Deadline: March 29th, 2019

Interview dates: Details will be shared with candidates who are extended an interview

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the CAN Executive Board supervisor, Precious at pfemiogunyemi@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

 

Position Title: Commuter Ambassador (2 open positions)

Position Summary:

The role of a Commuter Ambassador is to assist undergraduate commuter students in creating community on campus, while also assisting students in finding campus resources at Loyola Chicago.

 

Position Reports to: MacKenzie Rotherham (She, Her, Hers), Assistant Director of SAGA and coordinator of Commuter Student Life

 

Time/Compensation:

Part-time position, Federal Work Study (required). Approximately 10 hours per week. Minimum Wage. Hours Vary.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Attend and actively participate in the Commuter Ambassadors Training
  • Serve as a role model while assisting in the orientation, transition, and retention of new commuter students
  • Establish and maintain mentoring relationships with new commuter students.
  • Maintain weekly office hours (assisting with programs and services during those scheduled times)
    • Assist in planning and implementing office programs (including Commuter Appreciation Days, Joe n’ Go Tuesdays, and Commuter Connect).
    • Attend and actively participate in a weekly Commuter Ambassador Team meeting.
    • Display initiative and holistic care when assisting new commuter students and their parents and family members.
    • Create digital content (i.e. newsletter, Instagram, Riding with Ramblers videos, and podcasts) to share with Loyola Chicago’s commuter population. This content should reflect upcoming Commuter Student Life programs, university events, and campus resources
    • Additional duties as assigned.

  

Minimum Qualifications for Commuter Ambassadors include:

  • Must have or maintain a minimum of a 2.50 GPA once enrolled at Loyola University.
  • Must qualify for Federal Work Study (FWS)
  • Be reliable, confident, responsible, and hold effective communication and teamwork skills.
  • Demonstrate a desire to learn about Loyola University Chicago’s areas of student life (including its regulations, resources and traditions).

 

Commuter Ambassador Information session dates:

  • Tuesday, January 29th at 11:00am (Commuter Resource Room – DSC, Rm 212)
  • Wednesday, January 30th at 2:00pm (Commuter Resource Room – DSC, Rm 212)
  • Tuesday, February 5th at 2:00pm (Commuter Resource Room – DSC, Rm 212)
  • Thursday, February 14th at 11:00am (Commuter Resource Room – DSC, Rm 212)
  • Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00pm (Commuter Resource Room – DSC, Rm 212)

Online Application: https://orgsync.com/82638/forms/347753

Application Opens: January 29th, 2019 at 11:00AM

Application Deadline: March 1st, 2019 at 5:00PM

Interviews: March 11th, 2019 – March 15th, 2019

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the Commuter Ambassador supervisor, MacKenzie Rotherham, at mrotherham@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

Position Title: Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Small Group Facilitator (8-10 open positions)

Duration of Role: Fall Semester

Position Summary: Small group facilitators are the first and main contact participants in ELP will have. Facilitators work directly with small groups of students (typically anywhere from 5-9) and help guide them through the program, materials, and are a support for them throughout the semester. ELP meets biweekly in the fall semester.

 

Position Reports To: ELP Student Coordinator and Kaylee Hartman (She, Her, Hers), Program Coordinator, Student Activities and Greek Affairs

 

Time and Compensation:

Part-time position. Approximately 3-5 hours per week. Minimum wage. Hours vary.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Recruit undergraduate participants
  • Attend session trainings biweekly in fall semester
  • Guide small group of participants through sessions biweekly in fall semester
  • Be a resource for participants in and out of sessions
  • Help plan end of semester banquet

 

 

Minimum Qualifications for Small Group Facilitator Include:

  • Must have or maintain a minimum of a 2.50 GPA once enrolled at Loyola university
  • Must qualify for Federal Work Study (FWS)
  • Be reliable, confident, and hold effective communication and teamwork skills
  • Have an understanding of and passion for the Social Change Model and working with undergraduate students.

 

Small Group Facilitator Information session dates: None.

 

Online Application: https://orgsync.com/61186/forms/325699

 

Application Opens: Early Fall 2019. Check back for dates.

 

Application Deadline: Early Fall 2019.Check back for dates.

 

Interview dates: As scheduled.

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the Registered Student Organizations Coordinator supervisor, Kaylee Hartman at khartman1@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you

Position Title: Emerging Greek Leaders Program (EGLP) Peer Mentor

Duration of Role: September – December 2019

Position Summary:

Emerging Greek Leaders Program (EGLP) is a cohort-based program that provides a space for students from all three Sorority & Fraternity Life councils (Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, and Panhellenic Council) to build relationships with peers through the exploration and discussion of the Social Change Model of Leadership. EGLP Mentors serve as Teaching Assistants for the Emerging Greek Leaders Program as they assist with student mentorship, dialogue facilitation, and presentation of leadership information to the EGLP cohort. Through this opportunity, EGLP Mentors will gain leadership knowledge, facilitation skills, problem solving, and program implementation.

 

Position Reports To: Emily Koneval, Coordinator for Sorority & Fraternity Life

 

Time and Compensation: Weekly Thursday meetings for Emerging Greek Leaders Program in Fall 2019. Monthly EGLP Mentor meetings with staff coordinator (scheduled based on EGLP Mentors availability).

 

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Attend and serve as a Facilitating Assistant for Emerging Greek Leaders Program
    1. Take attendance
    2. Help present information to the EGLP cohort
    3. Propose pertinent topics and activities for EGLP time
  2. Guide and assist students throughout the creation and development of Project LEAD
  3. Meet with select EGLP cohort members once during Fall 2019 to discuss EGLP experience

 

Minimum Qualifications for EGLP Peer Mentor Include:

  1. Been in respective sorority/fraternity organization for more than 1.5 years
  2. Demonstrated leadership skills and involvement in their respective chapter, council, or Loyola community
  3. Interested in serving as a resource and guide for the 2019 Emerging Greek Leaders Program

 

EGLP Peer Mentor Information session dates: (Tentatively) September 4th and 5th

 

Online Application: https://orgsync.com/61208/forms/328177

Application Opens: Monday, April 15th at 8:30 AM

Application Deadline: Sunday, September 8th at 11:59 PM

Interview dates: September 9th – September 13th  

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the Emerging Greek Leaders Program coordinator, Emily Koneval, at ekoneval@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

Position Title: Sorority & Fraternity Life Ambassadors

Duration of Role: May 2019 – August 2019

Position Summary:

The Office of Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) is looking to hire a part-time student employee, to serve as a SFL Ambassador. This student will work collaboratively with the SFL Ambassador team and supervised by SFL Coordinator. The primary responsibilities for the position will be to represent Sorority & Fraternity Life at First-Year and Transfer summer orientation sessions.

 

Position Reports To: Emily Koneval, Coordinator for Sorority & Fraternity Life

 

Time and Compensation: Part-Time Paid Position

 

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Represent Student Activities & Greek Affairs, Sorority & Fraternity Life at Orientation Resource Fairs
  2. Maintain order and appropriate behavior during assigned Orientation Resource Fairs and Orientation programming
  3. Attend all required trainings (including SFL Ambassador Training)
  4. Asist all student attendees with general questions related to Sorority & Fraternity Life programming and campus resources to the best of your knowledge
  5. Other duties as assigned

 

Minimum Qualifications for EGLP Participants Include:

  1. Must be in good standing with respective sorority or fraternity organization
  2. Must be in good standing with Loyola University Chicago
  3. Must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA
  4. Must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at Loyola University Chicago
  5. Demonstrates leadership ability and a desire to work with incoming college students
  6. Must be punctual and exercise effective time management skills

 

EGLP Participant Information session dates: N/A

 

Online Application: https://orgsync.com/61208/forms/260388

Application Opens: Monday, February 25th at 8:30 AM

Application Deadline: Friday, March 22nd at 11:59 PM

Interview dates: TBD

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the Sorority & Fraternity Life Coordinator, Emily Koneval, at ekoneval@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

Position Title: Welcome Week 2019 Leader

Duration of Role: August 2019-September 2019

Position Summary:

Welcome Week is a series of events that kick off the school year, hosted by Student Activities & Greek Affairs & campus partner. Over the course of 9 days, 60 different programs are hosted to welcome new students and their families to Loyola University Chicago! More information about Welcome Week can be found here: https://luc.edu/welcomeweek/ 

Welcome Week Leaders are the students who help pump up the crowd, engage new students, and kick start the school year! 

*PLEASE NOTE: Resident Assistants, STARS Mentors, graduate students, graduating seniors (spring 2019), and Orientation Leaders may not apply due to schedule conflicts.

Position Reports To: RSO Coordinators

 

Time and Compensation: $12 per hour, up to +40 hours over the course of two weeks

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assisting with Welcome Week Events
  • Welcoming the incoming Class of 2023
  • Serve as representatives for University
  • Facilitating group discussion
  • Ushering groups of students to all Welcome Week Events
  • Assisting with event management (set-up, facilitation, tear-down)
  • Building relationships with first-year students so they have a positive role-model on campus
  • Facilitate some of the events (i.e.: tours, Playfair, etc.)

 

Minimum Qualifications for Welcome Week Leader Include:

  • Must have at least 2.5 cumulative GPA 
  • Must be currently enrolled Loyola University Chicago undergraduate student 
  • Applicants must be in good standing with the university 

 

Online Application: https://orgsync.com/61186/forms/355122

Application Opens: February 20th, 2019

Application Deadline: March 21st, 2019  

Interview dates: March 25th, 2019 - April 5th, 2019

    • Details will be shared with candidates who are extended an interview
    • If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the Welcome Week Leader supervisor, Precious at pfemiogunyemi@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

Position Title: 2019 Welcome Week Returner & Team Leader Application

Duration of Role: August 2019- September 2019

Position Summary:

Welcome Week is a series of events that kick off the school year, hosted by Student Activities & Greek Affairs & campus partner. Over the course of 9 days, 60 different programs are hosted to welcome new students and their families to Loyola University Chicago! More information about Welcome Week can be found here: https://luc.edu/welcomeweek/ 

Welcome Week Leaders are the students who help pump up the crowd, engage new students, and kick start the school year! 

*PLEASE NOTE: Resident Assistants, STARS Mentors, graduate students, graduating seniors (spring 2019), and Orientation Leaders may not apply due to schedule conflicts.

 

Position Reports To: RSO Coordinators

 

Time and Compensation: $12 per hour, up to 40 hours over the course of two weeks

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assisting with Welcome Week Events
  • Welcoming the incoming Class of 2023
  • Serve as representatives for University
  • Facilitating group discussion
  • Ushering groups of students to all Welcome Week Events
  • Assisting with event management (set-up, facilitation, tear-down)
  • Building relationships with first-year students so they have a positive role-model on campus
  • Facilitate some of the events (i.e.: tours, Playfair, etc.)

 

Minimum Qualifications for 2019 Welcome Week Returner & Team Leader Application Include:

  • Team Leads must have at least 2.75 cumulative GPA
  • Applicants must be in good standing with the university 
  • Returning Leaders must have served as a Welcome Week Leader in the past.
  • Returners must have previously served on the Welcome Week team
  • Must have at least 2.5 cumulative GPA 
  • Applicants must be in good standing with the university 

2019 Welcome Week Returner & Team Leader Application Information session dates: N/A

 

Online Application: https://orgsync.com/61186/forms/355373

Application Opens: February, 201th 2019

Application Deadline: February 27th, 2019

Interview dates: March 11th, 2019 - March 15th, 2019

    • Details will be shared with candidates who are extended an interview

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the 2019 Welcome Week Returner & Team Leader Application supervisor, Precious , at pfemiogunyemi@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

Position Title: Welcome Week Intern

Duration of Role: June 2019-September 2019+

Position Summary:

The Office of Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) is looking to hire a part-time, summer graduate intern. This intern will report to the RSO Coordinator for Programming throughout the duration of the position. The primary responsibilities for the position will be to assist with Welcome Week planning and execution, as well as representing SAGA at all of the university’s summer orientation sessions. Welcome Week 2019 will take place August 21, 2019 - August 30, 2019.

 

Position Reports To: RSO Coordinator for Programming

 

Time and Compensation: Part-Time (~20 hours per week); June 24th, 2019 through September 6th, 2019

Compensation: Competitive

 

Key Responsibilities: Assist in Welcome Week planning initiatives, which include:

    • Oversight and training for a 30+ team of student leaders (Welcome Week Leaders)
    • Assessment of Welcome Week Leader training and experience
    • Contacting vendors for quotes/pricing for Welcome Week event planning
    • Securing vendors and talent for Welcome Week events
    • Securing catering and food vendors for large scale programming needs
    • Implementing new, innovative marketing strategies for Welcome Week promotion
    • Purchasing of supplies/prizes for Welcome Week programming needs
    • Supporting Welcome Week website and mobile application (Guidebook)
    • Assisting with all large scale, university-wide event coordination
  • Represent Student Activities & Greek Affairs at all university’s summer orientation fairs.
  • Meet weekly with the RSO Coordinator of Development and RSO Coordinator of Programming.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications for Welcome Week Intern Include:

  • Presence throughout the duration of Welcome Week, as assigned.
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and a desire to work with college students.
  • An appreciation of Jesuit education traditions.
  • Must be enrolled in a higher education/college student personnel program as a graduate student or doctoral student.
  • Must be detail oriented.
  • Proficiency with word processing, Microsoft Excel, and other database computer programs.
  • Skills in program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Previous experience in Student Affairs and/or Student Activities programming preferred but not required.

 

Welcome Week Intern Information session dates: N/A

 

Online Application: N/A Please email Precious Femi-Ogunyemi with inquires about Welcome Week Intern position

Application Opens:  January 21st, 2019

Application Deadline: Open until Filled

Interview dates: Details will be shared with candidates who are extended an interview

 

 

If you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the Welcome Week Intern supervisor, Precious, at pfemiogunyemi@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you!

Position Title: Registered Student Organization (RSO) Graduate Intern

Duration of Role: Fall 2019

Position Summary:

The Office of Student Activities & Greek Affairs (SAGA) is looking to fill a part-time Graduate Intern position, to further SAGA’s student organization support and online engagement opportunities. The intern will work closely with the Registered Student Organization Coordinators, within SAGA, but report directly to the RSO Coordinator for Programming. The primary responsibilities for the position will be the development of programs for student organizations and the department at large.

Position Reports To: RSO Coordinator for Programming

 

Time and Compensation: Part-Time – up to 15 hours weekly (flexible)

Compensation: Unpaid          

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement, and participate in research and assessment initiatives for student organizations and department
  • Assist in the New Organization Review Process for Registered Student Organizations
  • Assist in the implementation and facilitation of student organization workshops and trainings
  • Develop interactive, online resources for student organizations and advisors
  • Draft and distribute a advisor resources
  • Create and execute outreach efforts to increase departmental exposure
  • Meet weekly with the RSO Coordinator for Programming
  • Assist with the Campus Activities Network student leaders
  • Other duties as assigned

 

 

Minimum Qualifications for RSO Graduate Intern Include:

  • Interest in the development of online student engagement offerings; specifically for student organizations
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and a desire to work with college students.
  • Must be detail oriented.
  • Proficiency with word processing, Microsoft Excel, and other database computer programs.
  • Skills in program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Previous experience in Student Affairs and/or Student Activities/Organizations is preferred but not required.
  • Must be enrolled in a higher education/college student personnel program as a graduate student or doctoral student.
  • An appreciation of Jesuit education traditions.   Application Opens: March 2018Interview dates: Details will be shared with candidates who are extended an interviewIf you have questions regarding this position, please do not hesitate to email the RSO Graduate Intern supervisor, Precious, at pfemiogunyemi@luc.edu. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you! 
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  • Application Deadline: Open until filled.
  • Online Application: For inquiries, please email your resumé and cover letter to RSO Coordinator for Programming, Precious Femi-Ogunyemi, at pfemiogunyemi@luc.edu
  • RSO Graduate Intern Information session dates: N/A
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