Student Employment

Student Coordinator


Job #: 600053
Location: Multiple Locations
Department: Center for Campus Involvement
Rate: $10.88
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Organization Peer Advisors (OPAs) will serve as student leaders serving student organization development and involvement on campus. Students will create, plan, implement, and promote student resources, involvement opportunities, and campus programs with an emphasis on University Union (UU) facilities. OPAs will attend weekly meetings in both small and large groups and assist in the operation of the Center for Campus Involvement (CCI) front desk.

In addition, the Organization Peer Advisor position will be responsible for promoting the success of student organizations on campus, including but not limited to some or all of the following:
- Developing, planning, executing, and evaluating student organization programs
- Managing detailed processes related to the success of student organizations
- Triaging student organization questions and issues via email, phone, and in person
- Promoting student involvement by connecting students with resources and groups on campus
- Coordinating student org meeting space reservations
- Completing day-to-day tasks in support of CCI initiatives
- Other duties as assigned

The Center for Campus Involvement (CCI) is a dynamic, student-focused department that serves all undergraduate and graduate students through student programs, student services, and student development. Through meaningful involvement, CCI creates transformative experiences, a vibrant community, and lifelong memories for University of Michigan students. Additional units of CCI include: Michigan Union Ticket Office (MUTO), Student Organization Resource Center (SORC), and Student Theater Arts Complex (STAC).


The Center for Campus Involvement strives to provide students the opportunity to have a well rounded experience, which includes development in some/all of the following: Facilitation, Feedback, Adaptability, Relationship Building, Empathy, Resilience, Authenticity, Meaning Making, and Self-Awareness.


Individuals must be able to work well with a diverse team, have strong communication skills, and demonstrate a positive attitude. The ability to be responsible, organized, dependable, and will to take initiative is a must. Experience in customer service, event planning, developing, and/or hosting student-initiated activities is desired. Work study preferred.