Applying to be a SEAL

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The goal of the SEAL Ambassador is to support and enhance leadership in our student organizations and fraternity and sorority community. The SEAL Ambassador will report to the Assistant Director for Student Organizations in the Center for Student Engagement, Activities & Leadership. Preference will be given to those applicants who are involved on campus and aware of the purpose of student organizations and involvement on campus.

There are both general SEAL Ambassadors and head SEAL Ambassadors. The head SEAL Ambassadors are chosen from existing membership and have different requirements than those listed below.

General SEAL Position Requirements

  • 3-5 hours per week
  • Active membership and good standing with a student organization and general awareness of how student organizations receive recognition is preferred
  • General knowledge of MAP (Miami Activities and Programming student organization) and programs offered to students at Miami (additional training will be provided) is preferred
  • General knowledge of the fraternity/sorority community and the function of the three governing councils (additional training will be provided) is preferred
  • Willingness to work in a team and collaborative environment

Primary Duties & Opportunities

  • Serve as a peer mentor to students looking to get involved on campus
  • Help manage the Red Brick Rewards System
  • Help plan Mega Fair and the SEAL Awards
  • Provide resources and support to student organizations
  • Meet with and review new student organizations
  • Meet with uninvolved students to help them strategically get involved on campus
  • Work on designated office programs and projects (i.e., public relations/marketing materials, organization of office resources, newsletters and publications)
  • Give presentations/workshops on various topics dealing with involvement and student organization life
  • Present SEAL Workshops on a variety of topics
  • Represent the office at tables at various fairs
  • Conduct meetings with student organizations
  • Assist with Student Engagement & Leadership (SEAL) Office Space Related Issues

Other Duties

  • Provide high quality customer service
  • Assist with administrative tasks around the office
  • Other duties as assigned provided they support the mission and vision of the Center for Student Engagement, Activities & Leadership

Qualifications

  • Must possess strong written and oral communication skills
  • Must possess strong computer competence, including but not limited to word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications
  • Willingness to work occasional irregular hours including evenings and weekends

To Apply