SA: Student Programming Fellow (S99993)
Summary, Scope, and Responsibilities
Student Programming Fellows (SPFs) serve as peer event advisers and office program coordinators to assist with the process of campus event planning from start to finish. When a club or an individual student proposes an event or program that requires the use of campus event spaces, SPFs meet with the club or student to coordinate the event under the advisement and supervision of the Coordinator of Campus Life Programming.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Serve as the liaison between the Office of Campus Life and the event sponsor.
Should expect to work anywhere from 2-6 hours per week.
Meet with the Coordinator on a weekly basis to discuss campus programming proposals and applications to the Late and Bates and Wind Down Weekends funding sources.
Solicit applications to the Late at Bates and Wind Down Weekends programs for funding and logistical support of student initiatives.
Meet with student event sponsors to identify and assist with logistical needs associated with planning their event/program, including but not limited to:
Coordinating with outside vendors and performers
Navigating campus resources and networking with other offices and departments, e.g. Security, Residence Life, Dining, etc.
Assist event/program planner with obtaining access to funds, including additional funding offered by Campus Life and BCSG, as well as seeking co-sponsorship from other departments or organizations.
Assist event sponsors with utilizing event/program funding that has been approved for their use.
Follow up with event/program planners to have them complete an event/program planner evaluation form.
Assist with Campus Life program/event development.
Plan at least 1 event per semester
There is a possibility you will be asked to assist in staffing events if necessary.