Justice Leadership Council (fall/spring) – T. Kawano
Start Date: August 22, 2020
End Date: May 7, 2021
Number of Positions: at least 2 positions – complementary work (different within the same assignments). At least two students are necessary so that when one student graduates, the other holds the history and understanding of the position to ensure a smooth transition and continuity. It is also a hard job for just one student to hold.
Hours per Week: 15-20 hours
Weekends Required: Occasionally if any events
Evenings Required: Occasionally if any events
Supervisor: Tomoyo Kawano
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): Can be done 100% remotely, especially in the current climate with no on-campus meetings or events.
Method to assess remote work: Output of documentation in the share Google Drive: spreadsheets for tracking data; contribution to monthly newsletter; Planning, facilitation, and participation of meetings and event (agenda, minutes); Participation in weekly team meetings where students report on their tasks; Seeing correspondence with community members go out; Seeing contribution in task groups (e.g. social justice survey).
2 Co-Leadership positions:
- Develop and organize (set-up/break-down) workshops, events, educational opportunities
- Create opportunities for feedback from AUNE community
- Participate in weekly JLC team meetings
- Facilitate bi-weekly JLC community meetings (includes students, staff, faculty, associate provost and/or provost)
- Create agendas and keep notes
- Correspond with JLC members, larger AUNE and larger community
- Create marketing/outreach materials
- Reserve rooms and complete room set-up forms for scheduled events (This includes monthly meetings which take place in virtual rooms)
- Update and organize online files
- Create and manage marketing and AUDirect accounts
- Flexible work hours except for attending meetings and events
Applicant must be FWSP-eligible; Applicant must have experience with and a commitment
to working on social justice issues; Applicant must have strong critical thinking and writing skills, good organizational and time-management skills, and solid IT skills.
How to Apply:
The JLC is an advisory council to the provost’s office composed of students, staff, and faculty at Antioch University New England (AUNE). We meet biweekly to be responsive to the needs of community members who come from diverse social locations and perspectives and be accountable to build and live AUNE’s social justice mission. We try to fill the gap where needed, including supporting workshops and events both on campus and in the community, and offering resources and a communication channel between the administration and students.
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