Intersectional Community Collective Coordinator – M. Guckian
Antioch Univ New England
Start Date: 8/28/21
End Date: 12/12/21
Number of Positions: 2
Hours per Week: 6-7
Weekends Required: some
Evenings Required: some
Supervisor: Meaghan Guckian
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): 40-60% of hours will be spent planning and coordinating, with the remaining time spent facilitating events (which when safe under covid protocols, may be in person).
Method to assess remote work: Enter hours and activities into Google sheets. Regular contact with faculty advisor – whether through biweekly meetings or through email updates
The student(s) in this position will work on tasks that support the mission and vision of the Intersectional Community Collective, including (1) creating a safe space for LGBTQIA+ graduate students to just be themselves while also integrating inclusion with BIPOC individuals from the community; fostering bonds of friendships, unity, celebration, and community connections and, (2) facilitating support for LGBTQIA+ community members; promoting the presence, visibility, empowerment and create a supportive environment for LGBTQIA+ individuals at AUNE. Duties include: coordinating/facilitating biweekly ICC meetings (2-4 hrs/wk); creating opportunities for LGBTQIA+ community-building and academic support (2-4 hrs/wk), planning coordinating events (1-2 hrs/wk); partnering with other organizations; writing and tracking budget (1 hrs/wk); managing online/in-person support space; managing multiple communication platforms (2-4 hrs/wk); holding initiatives that can continue the learning on LGBTQIA+ topics for the wider campus; and, educating the greater community at AUNE, be a resource for staff, faculty and help advise ways to support LGBTQIA+ students in the classroom and how to hold accountability for their teaching (2-3 hrs/wk).
Authentic and compassionate experience working with or being part of the LGBTQIA+ community; Demonstrated ability and capacity to engage in work with compassion and empathy, while respecting others’ privacy (commitment to confidentiality); Self-motivated, independent worker with a strong ability to work with a team of peers and supervisors towards a shared vision.
Email: [email protected]
Position Type: Work Study
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