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The Cultural Resource Centers provide an array of leadership opportunities for Portland State University students.

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Applications are considered on a rolling basis. After a complete application is received, it will be reviewed by CRC Professional Staff. Please feel free to follow up with any questions by emailing cultures@pdx.edu

 

OPENINGS

Our current openings are listed below. Please feel free to follow up with any questions by emailing cultures@pdx.edu

Native American Student & Community Center

  1. Programming Assistant (Requires Federal Work Study)
  2. Receptionist/Event Worker (Requires Federal Work Study)

Pacific Islander, Asian & Asian American Student Center 

  1. Programming Assistant (Requires Federal Work Study)

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POSITION DESCRIPTIONS

Thank you for your interest in joining the Cultural Resource Centers Leadership Team! 

Cultural Resource Centers Advisory Council

The Cultural Resource Centers Advisory Council (CRCAC) is composed of two student Co-Chairs, six student members, two staff/faculty members, and two community members. Members work collaboratively to incorporate student voice to develop a strategic plan that guides the vision and furthers the mission of the CRCs. This is a great opportunity to develop leadership skills and connect with diverse communities at PSU and assist in developing ideas that contribute to the student experience. This is an unpaid position. 

Cultural Resource Centers Programming Team

The Cultural Resource Centers (CRC) Programming Team is part of the Educational Learning Service Award program at Portland State University. Team members work in collaboration with CRC staff and stakeholders to plan, promote and deliver programs, services and events that fulfill the mission of the CRC and support student-centered communities at Portland State University. 

Cultural Resource Centers Student Receptionist

Cultural Resource Centers Receptionists are Federal Work Study students with excellent customer service skills who assist with the day-to-day responsibilities in the Pacific Islander, Asian & Asian American Student Center, La Casa Latina Student Center, Multicultural Student Center, and Pan-African Commons. This is a great opportunity to develop leadership skills and connect with diverse communities at PSU. From this position, student employees may be promoted to student administrative positions such as Student Booking Agent, PR & Marketing Assistant, and Special Programming Assistant. 

Native American Student & Community Center Receptionist/Event Worker

The Native American Student & Community Center (NASCC) employs PSU Federal Work Study students to fill Student Worker positions. These students have excellent customer service skills, event logistics experience, and assist with the day-to-day responsibilities at the NASCC. This position provides a great opportunity to develop leadership skills and connect with the Native American, Alaskan Native, and Pacific Islander Community at PSU and in Portland. 

Indigenous Rooftop Gardener

The Native American Student & Community Center (NASCC) employs PSU Federal Work Study students to fill Indigenous Rooftop Gardener positions. These students have garden and landscape maintenance skills and assist with the day-to-day responsibilities of the NASCC Rooftop Garden and Deer Walk. The students are mentored and taught how to use indigenous practices. This position provides a great opportunity to develop leadership skills and connect with the Native American, Alaskan Native,/ and Pacific Islander Community at PSU and in Portland.