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CAE Administrative Assistant II: Social Media Intern

The Center for Academic Equity currently has two positions for Federal Work-Study recipients (only). Students who wish to apply may do so by completing and submitting this form.

Housed in Newcomb-Tulane College, the Center for Academic Equity serves all self-identified underrepresented or non-traditional students. These communities include but are not exclusive to students of color, LGBTQ, and first-generation college scholars' cohorts. Students from these communities bring to the Tulane University student body, leadership, experiential wisdom, academic excellence, life skills, and critical cultural and social perspectives. They drive Tulane University to fulfill its mission as an inclusive, multicultural, academically rich research institution.

Available Position

The Undergraduate Administrative Assistant II: Social Media Intern is a semester-long position that provides administrative and clerical support for the mission of the Center for Academic Equity. Working closely, with the Program Coordinator, the Undergraduate Administrative Assistant II: Social Media Intern:

  • Helps in managing the CAE social media accounts and posts content
  • Brainstorms campaign ideas
  • Monitors various social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
  • Analyzes campaigns using in-app and social media management program analytics to gauge success.
  • Understands the mission of CAE the students it serves as well as the events, and programs designed to support their achievement.
  • Engages with students, staff, and faculty in social media and CAE promotion.
  • Provide suggestions to the program coordinator for improving the student on social media platforms and internal processes.
  • Provide administrative support as needed
  • Provide event and program support as needed

 

Required skills and expectations include the ability to or possess

  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Adhere to the code of conduct as established by Tulane University’s Division of Student Affairs
  • Social media marketing skills
  • Familiarity with online engagement
  • Be organization
  • Be resourceful and flexible
  • Be punctual and dependable
  • Demonstrate initiative
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook and a familiarity with computers
  • Familiarity with or willingness to increase knowledge of campus resources and locations
  • Maintain the Center's collection RLL catalog and resources
  • Take accurate phone messages

 

Compensation

Students earn $12 per hour for up to 10 hours per week during the fall semester while federal work-study funds are available.

 

Application Process

Students must submit the WaveSync Application by May 1st and identify individuals to serve as references. Following application review, interviews will on May 4-6. Interviews will last ½ hour.

 

Apply Now

Questions about the peer mentor position or the application process should be directed to:

Dr. Paula N. Booke

Hebert Hall 106A

pbooke@tulane.edu