Center for Campus Involvement Student Staff Opportunities
The mission of the Center for Campus Involvement is to create meaningful experiences, a vibrant community, and lifelong memories for University of Michigan students. CCI is a dynamic, student focused department of the University Unions organization.
Applicants must have work-study as part of their financial aid package in order to be hired for all positions. We typically hire for each academic year over the summer. However, we occasionally have openings during the year, check specific position links for current application status.
Involvement Coordinator (Program Assistant, #33888)
These employees will serve as student leaders in creating student resources, involvement opportunities and campus programs. This includes gaining skills around customer service, marketing, program planning and working in a team. Come to work and make life long friends with a staff of over 20 peers! May include evenings & weekends.
Stagehand (Job ID: 24572)
The Student Theatre Arts Complex (STAC) is a preproduction facility located in south campus in the south end of the Plant Operations building across from Crisler Arena. It was developed for student performance organizations to use to build sets, rehearse shows/dances, and to make costumes for their productions. Your responsibilities would include: To open the facility, help students find materials and tools, help with basic construction, monitor facility to issue a safe environment, answer questions, perform basic office work, and lock up at the end your shift.
SORC Clerks gain real-life experience in a small-business environment at the U. During shifts, they provide publicity consultation, answer phone calls, refer customers to university resources, complete contracts for SORC advertising services, assist guests with copies, faxes, and table rentals, and prepare balloon bouquets for delivery by student drivers. Excellent written communication skills are crucial, as face-to-face contact with other staff members is minimal. A passion for neatness and organization is desirable.
Motor Vehicle Operator (MVO)
If you're someone who enjoys working with your hands, problem solving, and being on the go, the MVO job could be the one for you. Work includes driving a university vehicle, delivering balloon bouquets and food packages on and off campus, stapling canvas advertisements onto plywood boards, attaching and hoisting banners onto steel poles, placing bus signs on university buses, placing "table tents." MVOs must have very good communication skills and be able to solve problems in the field without supervision. Generally evening and weekend work. MVOs must work in inclement weather. A valid driver license and excellent driving record are required. This is a dual appointment with Clerk C; in order to accept the MVO position, one must also work a minimum of 3 Clerk C hours per week.