By RACHEL FREEMAN
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Harvard College is hiring a Fellow to work part-time (20 -25 hours/week at $20/hour) with undocumented students. The supervisor for this position, Loc Truong, is planning to interview final candidates this week and next week so please apply as soon as possible if you are interested. To apply, send your cover letter and resume to Loc Truong at Loc_truong@harvard.edu. Please see below for more information about this opportunity.
Position name/title: Fellow for Undocumented Students at Harvard College
Name of supervisor: Loc Truong, Ed.D. Director for Diversity and Inclusion
School: Harvard College
Start Date: Immediate
Overview of Job Responsibilities
The primary responsibilities of the Fellow for Undocumented Students include, but are not limited to, assisting the Director with program development, training, and special projects related to undocumented/DACA/mixed status undergraduate students. This fellowship is designed to provide someone with experience in the areas of diversity, inclusion, social justice, and multicultural education in higher education with an emphasis on support undocumented students.
The Fellow will work directly with the Director to identify relevant topics, appropriate speakers and materials needed for a variety of programs and initiatives relating to undocumented/DACA/mixed status undergraduate students. Provide support from development through implementation. The Fellow is expected to work 20-25 hours/week, Monday through Friday.
- Provide administrative support to the Director
- Advise, train, and support undocumented/DACA/mixed status undergraduate students at Harvard College.
- Staff the Undocumented Working Committee and subcommittees
- Develop marketing and communications materials
- Update and maintain EDI website
- Conduct assessment of key programs and initiatives
- Collaborate with staff and student leaders across the College, FAS, and University to plan programs and organize events.
For more information about the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion please visit their official website: diversity.college.harvard.edu
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