Working in the CEC

A reminder to all students planning on working
-You must complete your Official Hire form prior to beginning any work in the CEC or other departments on campus.
-Please make sure that you are entering in your hours on a daily basis in Kronos.
-It is also mandatory for any student working in the Community Engagement Center to attend our Ethics and Training Orientation, offered at the beginning of each semester. 

** Students may not work more than 8 hours in one day or 40 hours a week. You may not work during your class times. You may be terminated for poor performance. Time sheets must be submitted on time.
***Technical difficulties with Kronos should be addressed immediately with Hortensia Lopez, Senior Payroll Administrator McConnell 312 , 909.607.4597 (ext. 74597) and your supervisor.

CEC Office and Program Assistant (Open to Current Pitzer Students Only) – PDF

1 POSITION AVAILABLE

The Community Engagement Center seeks to support remote community engagement work for students taking SRX courses over the fall semester. This work will include collaborating and liaising with partners, faculty and community members and will provide additional clerical support in support of our community pillars and social media needs.

Community Organizing, Direct Action and Mutual Aid Program Assistant (Open to Current Pitzer Students Only) – PDF

1 POSITION AVAILABLE

The Community Organizing, Direct Action, & Mutual Aid Assistant will be working with CEC staff to collect data and information based on current events and activities which will then be translated into social media material, events, popular education and other outreach. They will act as a liaison, connecting the campus community to local direct action, community organizing, and mutual aid initiatives, and connecting community partners to institutional resources and campus community members looking to get more involved.

The People’s Pitzer Program Assistant (Open to Current Pitzer Students Only) – PDF

1 POSITION AVAILABLE

The Community Engagement Center seeks to support the civic engagement work of our students, faculty, staff, partners, and alumni. This includes work related to elections, census, policy, and legislation. The program assistant for civic engagement will play a key role in gathering voter education information, resources, and helping amplify the needs and messages of our partners.

Community Engagement Social Media, Arts and Communication Program Assistant (Open to Current Pitzer Students Only) – PDF

The Social Media, Arts & Communications Assistant will work with CEC staff and community partners to develop and amplify virtual and in-person forms of engagement, such as sharing social media campaigns, adding educational and community resources to the CEC/partner websites, and finding virtual community engagement strategies and resources for course enhancement and in support of volunteers. They will also assist in CEC branding, CEC, SRX course, and community partner online program support, and the development of our Artist-Activist in Residence program.

Amplifying Black Communities Program Assistant (Open to Current Pitzer Students Only) – PDF

This position allows us to provide a paid position for a student to help strategize and implement changes at the CEC that would help us grow and better serve Black students. This position builds upon work from the 2020-2021 school year and summer of 2021; this position is a 10 hour per week commitment.

Native Initiatives Event Coordinator (Open to Current Pitzer Students Only) – PDF

The Community Engagement Center (CEC) is seeking a student to assist with event
coordination and implementation specifically for Native Initiatives during the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022
school year. As a center that supports students, staff, faculty and community partners through their
community engagement journey, we offer a variety of workshops, trainings and informative events. Event
staff will help with event set up, tear down and any additional support during events. Event staff will also be
required to support event planning, preparation and related outreach for programs. Lastly, alongside our
Program Assistant, the Events Coordinator will assist with funding requests/applications through the variety
of outlets on campus. This position builds upon work from the 2020-2021 school year and summer of 2021;
this position is a 10 hour per week commitment