Thank you for your interest in an FSL Student Intern position. We are currently seeking a Marketing & Public Relations Intern for Spring 2019. Applicants for this role, must currently have a work-study award from CSU.

Please view the FSL Marketing & Public Relations Intern JobX Posting for the complete job description. This job is classified as a Student Activities Clerk (LSC). Please visit the student employment’s office website for more details.

Qualifications
Must be currently enrolled at CSU;
Be eligible for work-study (for our mid-year hire process, you must already have a work-study award to be eligible for employment)
Students must have a 2.5 GPA and be in good academic and disciplinary standing;
Students must have an understanding of and adhere to the mission and vision of the Office;
Job Responsibilities
Check e-mail routinely and route as necessary;
Answer phone and route as necessary;
Utilize computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook as needed for office-related projects;
Provide student staff coordinator with schedule prior to each semester, and notify with any schedule changes;
Assist with document management and maintain accurate records for OFSL accreditation program;
Operate basic office machines such as the copier, scanner, shredder, etc.
Replenish office supplies from the CSU Bookstore as needed;
Participate in and possibly plan professional development sessions;
Clearly communicate with co-workers to ensure that tasks get completed on time in a high-quality manner;
Provide positive customer service;
Direct visitors to appropriate resources;
Perform daily, weekly, and monthly space maintenance;
Open and/or close the office;
Communication skills;
Speaking effectively on the phone;
Relaying information correctly and efficiently verbally and in writing;
Providing and receiving feedback;
Listening attentively;
Expressing needs;
Presentation skills
Ability to handle multiple tasks;
Prioritizing and time management;
Paying attention to detail;
Knowing when to handle situations independently and when to ask for help;
Organizational skills;
Ability to be flexible and adaptable;
Experience with Microsoft Office Programs;
Providing support and backup in an office setting;
Understanding the “climate” in a work setting and adapting to it;
Relationship building;
Networking opportunity;
Dealing with change;
Conflict resolution;
Exposure to confidential information;
Customer service;
Transferring calls;
Greeting on the phone and in person;
Resolving conflict;
Responding to upset constituents;
Crisis management (collecting information and handing off to the appropriate person);
Maintaining a calm demeanor;
Working cooperatively on projects and assignments;
Understanding and adhering to the policies and regulations of a complex organization;
Punctuality;
Taking the initiative to set and meet goals and deadlines;
Ability to take initiative and to make suggestions/ relay ideas;
Enhance skills in working with diverse populations;
  • Student Intern Program

    Thank you for your interest in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL) Student Intern Program. The OFSL works closely with their interns and will be providing projects and specific job responsibilities as they relate to each intern's personal goals and aspirations. The OFSL is looking for individuals who are responsible, mature, dependable, and professional. If you have any questions about the hiring process, please contact natalie.padron@colostate.edu.
  • Qualifications

    Must be currently enrolled at CSU; Be eligible for work-study (for our mid-year hire process you must currently have work-study); Students must have a 2.5 GPA and be in good academic and disciplinary standing (this information is verified by the OFSL);
  • Intern Questions

  • The OFSL is currently hiring a Marketing & Public Relations Intern (we are looking for someone with graphic design experience) and an Elevation Accreditation Intern. Both roles are highly administrative.
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