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Programming Assistant student staff smiling near "B" statue

Are you a current Boise State student interested in creating events that can entertain, educate, and make a difference in the lives of students at Boise State University? Do you want to develop your skills around event planning, marketing, communications, and promotions? A job with the Student Involvement & Leadership Center would allow you to do this and much more on a daily basis.

Positions Available

  • Programming Assistants: Student Involvement & Leadership Center Programming Assistants work together with the support of Student Involvement staff to plan, market, implement, and evaluate a variety of events for the Boise State community. Possible programming opportunities focus on but are not limited to concerts, films, annual events, guest speakers, family friendly, and events that promote civic engagement. (5 positions available)

“When you work in this office, fun becomes your job! This is one of the coolest ways to develop your event planning and organization skills through connecting with students and creating the moments they will remember for the rest of their life.” – Hannah, Marketing Major

 

 

Applications will close on Sunday, February 26, 2017
*Interviews will take place during the weeks of March 6 and March 27.

Info Sessions

Come meet the current staff who are leading the great programming you have enjoyed this year like the Blue and Orange Splatter Party, Spring Fling, Bronco Welcome Events, Homecoming Bronco Cup, Comedy Nights, Blockbuster Movies, and Service Saturdays by attending one of the following meet and greets:

  • Tuesday, 2/21 at 12:00PM in the Student Involvement and Leadership Center
  • Thursday, 2/23 at 6PM in the SPEC lobby, prior to our blockbuster movie, Moana

Series of photos taken at student events

Questions? Contact Melinda Jean Stafford (melindastafford@boisestate.edu) or come visit us in the Student Involvement & Leadership Center (2nd floor of the Student Union Building above the BRC).

Resources

The Career Center is a great resource for resume, cover letter, and interview preparation assistance.