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Management and Leadership Development Program

Student Program Assistants for the Management and Leadership Development Program strengthen their skills in facilitating discussions, communicating effectively, writing in a variety of settings, planning with a purpose, and negotiating to find creative solutions to problems.

16W MLDP Student Program Assistants

16W MLDP Student Program Assistants: Riley Collins '18, Abhi Gokalan '18, David Tramonte '18, and Mary Sieredzinski '17

16S Student Program Assistant

Abhi Gokalan '18, Student Program Assistant for the Management and Leadership Development Program. Photo by Tim Serkes.

16S Student Program Assistant

Arati Gangadharan '18 Student Program Assistant for the Management and Leadership Development Program. Photo by Phil Son '16.

16S Student Program Assistant

David Tramonte '18 Student Program Assistant for the Management and Leadership Development Program. Photo by Tim Serkes '15.

16S Student Program Assistant

Josh Perez '18 Student Program Assistant for the Management and Leadership Development Program. Photo by Phil Son '16.

Student Program Assistant(s) must attend all Management and Leadership Development Program (MLDP) sessions, including setup and cleanup. Alongside the Program Officer, assistants prepare for weekly sessions by communicating with participants, setting up surveys, monitoring attendance and participants’ activity within the program, along with outreach and marketing efforts, program reporting, analysis, and improvement. To be qualified for this position, you must have participated in the Management and Leadership Development Program.  

At least a two-term commitment is required.


Hours: 10–12 hours a week.


Schedule: Tuesday nights from 3 to 8:30 p.m. and two one-hour weekly meetings scheduled at the staff’s convenience. Other work time is flexible.

Supervisor: Robin Frye

 

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