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

Student Mini-Grants


This position supports the Rockefeller Center’s Student Mini-Grants program which provides funding for conference registration fees and on-campus events or programs by a student organization. 

Doug Phipps

Doug Phipps '17 Rockefeller Center 2016-2017 Student Program Assistant for the Mini-Grants program.


The Student Program Assistant acts as the Rocky Mini-Grant Committee Chair under the guidance of the Finance Manager and is tasked with running the application process, facilitating bi-monthly working group meetings, processing applications and applicant final requirements, managing outreach for the program and being the main point of contact for the program. The Student Program Assistant is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the program and the working group. This position requires the ability to work as part of a collaborative team and excellent verbal communication skills. 

Three-term commitment required: Fall, Winter, Spring


Hours: 3–10 hours every two weeks, dependent on number of applications


Schedule: Every other Tuesday committee meetings during term from 12 to 1 p.m. Other work time is flexible.

Supervisor: Lynn Spencer, Finance Manager

 

 

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