Center for Student Involvement

We are always looking for people who are interested in learning about events and contributing to student organization success. In our positions you can pick up useful skills such as event management, leadership, event promotions, critical thinking, organization, time management and more. 
We hire work-study eligible students as student office assistants. They perform general office work as well as help with special projects for events. Open positions are filled in summer or as needed. 

Contact: 
George Bowyer | 541-346-6138


End of winter term, the Student Activities Board (SAB) fills 25 positions for the following academic year. These positions make up the SAB leadership teams: BE Series, Connect the Ducks, Ducks After Dark, Intersectional Events, Visual Arts, and Willamette Valley Music Festival. Positions come with a scholarship and are not considered employment.

Contact:
Mandy Chong | 541-346-0847

 

Craft Center

Photography, ceramics, fiber arts, paints and paper, woodworking, jewelry, and metal...if you have knowledge or experience in any of these areas, the Craft Center is the place for you. We employ students in the following positions: front desk assistant, ceramic studio assistant, woodshop supervisor, glass studio supervisor, office assistant, and custodial crew.

Apply online!

Contact:
Craft Center | 541-346-0601

 

Event Support Crew

Student event support crew members provide conference and event assistance to student groups, departments and off-campus entities for all non-academic events at the UO. Crew members serve events as technicians, event monitors, setup/take down/clean-up crew, and in other capacities as needed. We provide opportunities for training in the technical areas of sound, lighting, and audio-visual.

Available positions can be found at Handshake.

Contact:
Mike Ragsdale | 541-346-5199

 

Grants

Students assist in conducting funding source research and writing grants for EMU and ASUO student program projects. Ability to work independently, general knowledge of the Internet, ability to use a Macintosh computer, and excellent research and writing skills required. Previous grant writing experience helpful. Work study preferred.

Contact:
Mary Farrington | 541-346-6090

 

Moss Street Children's Center

Nearly 100 students are hired as teacher aides to work in programs with children at the Moss Street Children's Center. On-going training is provided. teacher aides must be able to attend Tuesday evening meetings in order to be employed by MSCC. Additionally, MSCC employs student receptionists, kitchen assistants and a utility/fix-it person.

Students with work study/work tech are given preference for all positions and are the first to be hired.

All of our open jobs are listed on OrgSync.

Contact:
Amber Herring | 541-346-4384

 

Outdoor Program and Bike Program

Enjoy wilderness and environmental pursuits? Then the Outdoor Program is the place for you. Each September we hire work-study student staff to fill the following positions: photo and video coordinator, bike coordinator, environmental coordinator, facility and equipment assistant, fundraising and donations, graphic design artist, public relations and publishing, resource coordinator, and trip initiative advocate. Throughout the year we train students to become trip initiators (unpaid) for all types of outdoor adventures.

Open positions can be found on Duck Connect.

Contact:
Margaret Hoff | 541-346-3730

 

Student Building Services Coordinators

This position is responsible for working with the building services coordinator (BSC) to represent the director of the Erb Memorial Union during flexible hours in matters of the building: supervision, operations, building security; and departmental policy. The student BSC works cooperatively with UOPD, Eugene Police and emergency response teams to resolve all emergencies in the EMU.  This position functions in a variety of environments (indoor, outdoor, sedentary, crowds, etc.).  Student BSCs must exercise sound judgment and act in a responsible manner. They must possess composure and the ability to work with occasional difficult situations. Integrity and honesty are paramount. The successful candidate must have good verbal and written communication skills, and be able to interact with others in a professional and friendly way. This position requires lifting (up to 50 pounds) and pushing/pulling (up to 75 pound).  Certification in CPR/AED/first aid is required and the EMU will provide the training if needed.

Available positions can be found at Handshake.

Contact:
Suzanne Reed | 541-972-0048

 

Ticket Office

Get the inside scoop on what's happening in the area entertainment world while gaining "real world" work experience. Student ticket office agents sell tickets to a wide variety of events on computerized ticketing systems as well as perform other office duties. Ideal job if you like interacting with the public and enjoy working in a sometimes fast-paced, accuracy important, multi-task environment.

Contact:
Mary Barrios | 541-346-4363

 

UO Scheduling Office

Help plan events in the EMU and across campus while gaining office experience that will enhance your professional career opportunities. Student customer service specialists and student scheduling coordinators provide assistance to department and student event planners by reserving spaces in and around the EMU. Commitment to providing a high level of customer service, attention to detail, and good computer skills are essential.

Available positions can be found at Handshake.

Contact:
Karen Schneider | 541-346-6130