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Integrated Advising Coach, Warren Wilson College

Integrated Advising (IA) Coaches work with a cohort of students as they intentionally shape their Warren Wilson College education. IA Coaches engage students in integrating academic and applied learning experiences to develop a plan for achieving meaningful personal and professional goals.IA coaches provide pre-major academic advising and ongoing guidance around identifying opportunities and navigating barriers relating to work, community engagement, and career development. Each coach will also have specific programming areas of responsibility within the Center for Integrated Advising and Careers. These may include pre-professional and division-related focus areas as well as student success, academic support, or career development. IA Coaches must incorporate a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion in work with students, both individually and in group programming.



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Assistant Director, Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement, East Carolina University

The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement encourages, supports, and shapes a culture of civic responsibility through the use of service-learning, leadership education, and experiential learning, empowering leaders to make positive impacts on campus and in their communities. The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement is supported by the Student Involvement and Leadership (SIL) unit within East Carolina University’s Division of Student Affairs. SIL enhances the educational experience for all students by helping to build a sense of campus community through a wide variety of programs and services for individuals and student groups. Through a broad range of co-curricular, cultural, educational, recreational, and social programs, SIL supports the university’s commitments of student success, public service, and regional transformation. The unit is composed of six departments: Campus Recreation and Wellness, Student Activities and Organizations, Greek Life, Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement, Intercultural Affairs, and Student Centers. Read more about CLCE at

The Assistant Director works as a member of a team supporting student development through a series of leadership and civic engagement programs designed to assist students in fostering the skills, knowledge, competencies, and values necessary to become effective leaders and citizens. The programs and initiatives offer students basic skills training as well as opportunities for personal growth, networking, and capacity building that provide a foundation for ethical action and commitment throughout their lives. Responsibilities may include: oversight of leadership academies, youth programming and outreach, community partnerships, service-learning course support, leadership-focused scholarship programs, and ECU Leads. The Assistant Director reports to the Associate Director and supervises an AmeriCorps VISTA professional, as well as student staff.

This person also works with service-learning students to identify appropriate service-learning sites and community partners, and supports faculty to ensure communication of logistics and relevant information on service-learning sites through in-class presentations and/or individual consultations. The Assistant Director supports integrative learning experiences through effective planning, implementation and assessment of current initiatives, and develops additional experiences that foster responsible citizenship.

This is a professional position with responsibilities having a direct impact on the quality of students’ educational experiences and interaction with their peers, as well as the campus community at large. Additionally, this position requires a strong knowledge of university budgetary practices, service-learning, leadership education, community engagement, problem-solving skills, independent decision-making and critical thinking skills are necessary.

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Community Engagement Archivist/Librarian, UNC Charlotte

J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives advances scholarship, research, and teaching at UNC Charlotte by building, preserving, and providing access to collections of unique and distinctive value. We work collaboratively with diverse internal and external constituencies to document, preserve, and share the history and culture of the University and the Charlotte region for UNC Charlotte affiliates and for members of the broader community.

Essential duties of this position:

  • Engages individuals, families, and organizations in the greater Charlotte region in efforts to preserve and share the region’s diverse history through projects involving manuscripts, oral histories, and/or community archives.
  • Provides reference and instruction services in the Special Collections & University Archives reading room (10-12 hours/week).
  • Engages with faculty and colleagues to promote and support the inclusion of community archives and public history-related service-learning initiatives into the curriculum.
  • In collaboration with colleagues in the Library, plans events and conducts other outreach activities to raise community awareness of Special Collections and University Archives materials and services.
  • Assists with creating social media posts, community relations, and exhibits.
  • May contribute to arrangement, description, and/or digitization activities in the unit.
  • Engages in professional service and scholarship.
  • Participates in committees and faculty governance in the Library and on campus.
  • May supervise temporary staff and/or students.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

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Executive Director, Center for Community Engaged Learning, Weber State University

Weber State University, located in Ogden, Utah, is excited to announce an opening for the Executive Director of the Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL)
The Center, a strategic partnership between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, facilitates curricular and co-curricular service, democratic engagement and community research experiences for students, faculty and staff and serves as a catalyst for campus-wide community engagement initiatives. Community research efforts are housed in the Community Research Extension (CRE) of the center located off campus in the community and led by the CRE Director.
This position offers an opportunity to build on an already vibrant program of community engagement involving over a quarter of Weber State’s 26,000 students in partnership with over 130 community organizations and 20 robust student-led volunteer programs. The Executive Director will continue to propel Weber State and the Center for Community Engaged Learning onward as a national leader of community engagement.
This is a full-time, 12-month exempt appointment. An appropriate academic home will be negotiated in accordance with the executive director’s expertise and academic training. The position reports to the Associate Provost for High Impact Programs and Executive Director for Student Affairs Strategic Initiatives. Salary is competitive and includes a full range of benefits.

Applicants from academic affairs, student affairs, and other areas of campus administration, nonprofit organizations, and government are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin February 8, 2019. We actively encourage applicants who can contribute to the diversity and inclusivity mission of Weber State University through teaching, service, and/or research.

For more information on the position and to apply, please visit:

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Multiple Positions, Kentucky Campus Compact

Kentucky Campus Compact (KyCC) has three job openings, all found at

Director of Community Impact. This position will oversee the KyCC VISTA program (50 members statewide) and will provide leadership for integrating community impact in all KyCC work.

Director of Student Success. This position will oversee the AmeriCorps program, Kentucky College Coaches on Campus (70 members statewide) and will provide leadership for integrating student success in all KyCC work.

Director of Academic Engagement. This position will work with faculty and staff on all member campuses to build capacity for using high impact practices in teaching, learning and service. This position will also provide leadership for research efforts by KyCC and its member campuses.



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Assistant or Associate Professor of Service Learning and Social Action, The Service Learning Institute, California State University, Monterey Bay

The priority screening date is Feb 4, 2019. A brief description of the position follows:

The Service Learning & Social Action faculty will serve as the SLI point person for the newly redesigned lower division Civics/Service Learning course. The new course is designed to give students the opportunity to become personally involved in a community issue, while more deeply understanding their individual rights and responsibilities, along with the civic and political structures that govern action in our society. The course covers American political institutions, the United States and California constitutions, social group identities and the dynamics of power, privilege and oppression, and the skills of civic action. In addition to teaching multiple sections of this course, the faculty person will play a leading role in supporting professional development for this new GE requirement campus-wide. The Service Learning & Social Action faculty will also be able to teach courses as part of the Student Leadership in Service Learning Program, and the Minor in Service Learning Leadership.

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Assistant Director Community Engagement, UNC Pembroke

UNC Pembroke seeks a dynamic student affairs professional for the position of Assistant Director for Community Engagement. The position is a full-time 12-month EHRA position within the Division of Student Affairs and reports to the Director of the Office for Community & Civic Engagement.

The primary purpose of this position is to support the office in developing new and strengthening existing community based relationships that are necessary in providing students with opportunities to engage in high impact practices in a variety of disciplines. In addition to working directly with campus partners and community partners to organize and administer innovative and impactful engagement programs, this position would be responsible for developing educational opportunities for agency representatives and facilitating training for agencies as it relates to student development, working with faculty, and engaging the UNCP Campus. This position would take the lead on developing new initiatives and programs that intentionally engage students in high impact practices focused on civic and community engagement. Additionally, the position would work with student leaders in planning community-based service programs, assist with coordinating alternative break programs, implement campus-wide outreach of civic and community engagement opportunities, manage UNCP Serve and assist partners and students in tracking engagement activities.

This position will be directly responsible for conducting and coordinating days of service, volunteer fairs and networking events; maintenance of partner profiles on UNCP Serve; coordinating a community organization network that provides access to community partners; building relationships with potential donors to provide support for CCE programs; developing and implementing community partner development trainings and workshops; and conducting needs assessments for community and partnering agencies.

Applicants must be innovative and creative in developing partnerships with agencies and organizations that promote academic service-learning, community service, civic engagement opportunities for faculty and students; have the ability to complete multiple tasks simultaneously; excellent writing and public speaking, marketing skills; have the ability to work independently and part of a team.

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