June 16, 2021

The CELE Center is seeking dynamic and community-minded graduate students to fill four distinct roles during the 2021-2022 academic year. Each role and the corresponding deadlines are summarized below; full position descriptions with application instructions are linked below and on the CELE Center website. Please help us spread the word and find amazing graduate student additions to the CELE Center team. 

UCBI Mentors 
5 positions, $19/hour, 15 hours per week 

Hourly student mentors who facilitate school and community-based internships for undergraduate students in public schools and nonprofit organizations. UCBI Mentors work as s cohort to support undergraduate interns and school and community partner organizations. Ideal candidates have work and/or lived experience with community-based organizations, BIPOC communities, or social justice movements and a deep interest in facilitating undergraduate student learning. Priority deadline for applications is July 11.

Graduate Staff Assistant for Evaluation and Assessment 
1 position, compensation in accordance with student standing per ASE labor contract, 220 hours per quarter–approximately 20 hours per week

The GSA will work with the CELE Center Leadership to support development and implementation of our Center-wide evaluation and assessment processes–revising current practice and helping us vision a shared assessment plan across Center programming. Ideal candidates will have experience with community engagement pedagogy and demonstrated proficiency with assessment tools and data management tasks. Priority deadline for applications is July 12.  

Curriculum & Student Support Liaison 
1 position, $19/hour, 15 hours per week

This hourly role will work with our professional staff team on facilitator and student support for our practicum in community service (EDUC 401) courses. Ideal candidates will have experience working in K-12 education and a robust network of graduate student contacts with interest and experience in education policy and educational equity. Priority deadline for applications is July 14. 

Husky Leadership Initiative Graduate Intern 
1 position, $19/hour, 14 hours per week 

The HLI intern is a key member of the team that implements the Husky Leadership Certificate program and supports other civic leadership programming within the Center. The ideal candidate has a strong commitment to supporting students’ socially responsible leadership learning and development. Priority date for applications is August 12. 

We seek competitive applications from individuals who fully embrace the University of Washington’s commitment to racial equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are committed to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive work team and to bringing these core values into our daily work with students, faculty, staff, and the communities in which and with whom we work.

Please visit the CELE Center’s website to learn more about each position and the programs they support.