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10th Anniversary


Assistant Director of Community Engaged Learning, University of Dayton, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

The Assistant Director of Community Engaged Learning will support and advance the Center’s mission of educating leaders to build community and providing opportunities to connect learning, scholarship, and civic engagement.

The assistant director’s primary responsibility is the management of the Semester of Service program, an experiential and servicelearning internship opportunity for students with placement in community partner agencies.  Students in this program have the opportunity to build capacity for community partners, build relationships with the city of Dayton, explore career and vocational possibilities, develop perspectives on social justice, and be exposed to enrichment experiences designed to promote personal leadership development and an expanded worldview.

Other responsibilities include assisting with

1.      Support, design, and/or implementation of other community engaged learning initiatives, including student internships, student leadership development programs, student civic engagement projects, and community partner initiatives.

2.      Sustaining reciprocal partnerships for community engagement.

3.      Operations and communication for the community engaged learning unit, as assigned by Director of the unit.

This is a full-time, 12-month professional staff position.  Online application, resume, cover letter, and list of references are due October 31st.




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