CSO Seeking Summer Office Assistant
Interested applicatants please complete the online application.
Duties include: Data entry; Create flyers, posters and other publicity in print and digital forms; Conduct research; Help with set up and clean up of events; General office help: filing, copying, scanning, etc.; Able to work in Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, etc); Able and willing to greet students and staff coming into office. Must be reliable, honest, organized and thorough. Must be able to handle multiple tasks and be flexible. The working environment is relaxed, air-conditioned, and pleasant.
Desired skills include: Familiarity with Microsoft Office software; Previous office experience desirable; Community service or volunteer experience helpful; Willingness to learn how to work in new programs; Friendly; Ability to maintain a sense of humor and good spirits.
This is a summer position with a possibility to continue on in the fall semester. Start and end dates negotiable between mid-May through August, based on our need and your schedule. Morning hours, 3-4 days per week preferred, 12-15 hours per week total.
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A walk down memory lane...
Volunteer Appreciation Lunch
Thanking all the students involved in community service projects during the 2012-13 year. A great turnout!
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CSO Board Meetings
The CSO Board meets every Wednesday beginning in September in the CCC, Wright Hall 013 at 4:15 p.m. for its weekly one-hour board meeting.
House Rep Meetings
The House Reps meet Thursdays at 5:00-5:30 p.m., in the CCC.
An Alumnae perspective...
Dana Stuehling is a 2011 graduate of Smith College in Northampton, MA where she studied Sociology focusing on race, gender and sexuality. During her tenure at Smith, she worked with Students for Social Justice and Institutional Change and
co-chaired the working group, Queers and Allies; both groups focused on working for LGBT rights within the college community and at a national level.
Volunteering locally, Dana worked with Gay Straight Alliances (GSA) at several high schools and focused on empoweringLGBT youth and collaborating with them to improve their learning environments; and at Safe Passage, a domestic violence shelter in Northampton. After working in both the shelter and office, she has become invested in anti-violence and anti-sexism work. She served on the Board of the Community Service Office at Smith, where she collaborated with many local agencies and planned and participated in a wide variety of projects and fundraisers -- including a barn raising! Since 2007, Dana has also worked with cultural bridges to justice, a national consortium of anti-oppression trainers.
Through these connections she witnessed the impact that volunteering has on a community and strengthened her passion for social justice work. Personally, she has been examining her own biracial identity and recognizing the value and challenge of living in a culture that sees race as solely “black” and “white.” Dana is passionate about empowering youth and students in the fight for equality and she is thrilled to be serving as Outreach Coordinator.
Olivia Cifrino '12 receipient of the Dr. Peter W. Hess College Volunteer of the Year Award
Olivia Cifrino '12 was awarded the first Dr. Peter W. Hess College Volunteer of the Year Award given by the Springfield School Volunteers' office. Olivia has worked with the White Street School (January-May 2010) and the Kensington School (September-May 2012) in the Refugee Tutor/Mentor Program.