The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Civic Skills Training

This position supports the First-Year Fellows' Civic Skills Training, which is comprised of on and off campus training sessions designed to inform students about the structures and processes of the public policy world, and provide the skills necessary to excel in their internships and beyond. 

17S Student Program Assistant

Lillian Jin '19, Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for Civic Skills Training.

The Student Program Assistant supports the administrative and logistical needs of the First-Year Fellows application process and the Civic Skills Training on and off-campus sessions. This position requires excellent organizational skills and a willingness to pitch in as needed during the session planning, execution, and clean-up process.

Two-term commitment required: 16W, 16S. Note - This position requires availability during spring and summer term interim, with possible travel to Washington, D.C.

Hours: 5–8 hours a week.


Schedule: Flexible

Supervisor: Eric Janisch

 

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