Meet the SEAL Team!
What is SEAL?
SEAL's purpose is to provide educational and social programming on a campus wide basis, creating a vibrant social hangout that enhances student engagement as well as a non-alcoholic alternative to Thursday nights and weekends. For more information on any of our programming, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEAL is comprised of 12 students who plan social and educational programs for campus. SEAL is paid position and a part of the Career & Leadership Development Internship Program. These positions will offer the exposure and training necessary to be successful in a potential career as well as being an active global citizen. If you are interested in becoming a part of SEAL, we encourage you to get involved on campus and attend our events. Information about hiring will be available in February 2013. If you have additional questions don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
- Community Service Intern (1): Coordinates America Reads as well as other services initiatives.
- Entertainment Intern (4): Coordinates a variety of events designed to bring the campus community together in socially entertaining ways.
- Greek Life Intern (1): Implements Greek life initiatives, educational programs, and assists with alumni outreach.
- Homecoming Chair (1): Assists in planning the week long Homecoming activities. Coordinates with staff the Homecoming Steering Committee.
- Management Intern (1): Responsible for the day-to-day operation of SEAL and outreach to student groups for opinions and collaborations.
- Movie Intern (2): Coordinates weekly weekend movie program.
- Large Event Intern (1): Coordinates larger weekend entertainment events and act as a liaison with Residence Life programs and staff.
- Social Media Intern (1): Assists SEAL Interns with additional promotional support and promoting events electronically (Facebook, Twitter, videos, etc.).