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Undergraduate Student Positions
Traditionally between January to March each year, the Illinois Leadership Center recruits and hires undergraduate students for employment for the next academic year.
We hire undergraduate students for four distinct types of positions:
Specialists work in one of three primary teams to provide support for the ILC’s programs and services:
- Assessment and Research
- Branding, Advertising, Marketing, & Outreach
- Leadership Certificate Program
Graf Interns work in one team to assist in the coordination and management of student leadership development programs such as:
- RSO and classroom workshops
- Workshop Wednesday Series
Graphic Designers & Photographers
Graphic Designers produce marketing materials for the ILC along with other duties as assigned. Photographers produce photographs and videos for ILC events and programs.
Graduate Student Positions
Graduate Assistants (GAs), Research Assisstants (RAs) or Graduate Interns (GIs)
Graduate student workers serve as a member of the Illinois Leadership® Center professional staff. Our graduate students work closely with the full-time pro staff members and undergraduate students at the Center.
Expectations: Responsibilities of our graduate student workers include assisting the professional staff with the oversight of ILC's programs and services such as: advising undergraduate student employees, participating in assessment & research projects, assisting with the marketing and promotion of the Center, planning collaborative programs & workshops with various campus departments, facilitating workshops or completing other tasks as needed.
Hours: GAs & RAs work a standard 20 hours/week. GIs work varies hours based on needs and availability.
GA & RA positions are traditionally monthly paid assistantships. Typically, the Center employs students enrolled in graduate programs within the College of Education but this is not a requirement for employment. For more information about graduate student employment, please click here.
GI positions are traditionally unpaid internships. Typically, this internship is used for course credit with program approval.
No positions are available at this time.
Full-time Professional Staff Positions
Professional staff within the Illinois Leadership® Center have experience in leadership education and leadership development, and often possess a background in higher education administration. All employment vacancies, when they occur, are posted at the University of Illinois employment website.