skip to main content

E-mail Us

Please e-mail us using this form, or you can use this e-mail address: cls@highline.edu to send e-mail using your own e-mail program.

Your Name:

Your E-mail:

Subject:

Message:

Leave this empty!!! If you see it


Note: All fields on this form are required.

Leadership Jobs

The Center for Leadership & Service offers a comprehensive student leadership opportunity that provides students with a valuable experience in molding and shaping potential student leaders. Students develop many leadership skills, para-professional experiences, and become integrated in multiple student leadership communities.

We are looking for servant leaders who want to be a part of our Core Services Leadership Team. This Core team works collaboratively with other student work teams to support, assist, and promote all student programs and activities at HC. Core Services members are welcoming and encourage participation and leadership development through student communities. 

Please contact Iesha Valencia at ivalencia@highline.edu or 206-592-3918 for more information regarding open positions in our office.

Applications are now closed for leadership positions during the 2017-2018 academic year. Check back in Spring 2018 for applications for the 2018-2019 academic year!

Core Services Leadership Team Positions: 

Positions What do we do? How to Apply?
Community Leadership Consultants (CLC)


CLCs work closely with the student Clubs Program at Highline. One way of doing this is by creating supportive relationships with clubs. CLCs are knowledgeable about ways of support individual clubs and helping them reach their potential impact within the club and the HC campus.  

Community Leadership Consultant description link

 

Application form link

 

Contact Thomas Bui at tbui@highline.edu for more information about the CLC position!

Community Resource Consultants (CRC)



CRCs are the first point of contact for people entering our office spaces. CRCs offer administrative support and resource assistants to clubs, the campus community, and CLS professional staff.

 

Community Resource Consultant description link

 

Application form link

Contact Betty Vera at bvera@highline.edu for more information about the CRC position!

Design Team





Our design team is a dynamic 3 person staff that is responsible for creating high quality promotional materials for our student organizations and programs. An additional position has a strong focus on maintaining social media websites and projects.

 

Graphic Designer description link

Marketing Outreach Social Media Tech (MOST) description link

Application form link

 

Contact Jade Chan at ichan@highline.edu for more information about the Design Team positions!

Inter-Cultural Center (ICC) Peer Facilitator

The ICC Peer Facilitators plan, coordinate and promote quarterly multicultural and social justice events and activities reflective of the diverse populations of the Highline campus community.

ICC Peer Facilitator description link

 

Application form link

Contact Dominique Austin at daustin@highline.edu for more information about the ICC positions!

Associated Students of Highline College (ASHC) - Student Government


Speaker of Caucus

ASHC represents the HC student body and is your voice on campus life, state legislature, and other issues related to students.

The Speaker of the Caucus encourages students into leadership communities and focuses on social justice programming.


Speaker of the Caucus appointed  Fall quarter.  

Speaker of the Caucus  description link

 

Application form link


Contact Jonathan Brown at jbrown@highline.edu for more information about the ASHC Speaker of Caucus position!

 

Elected Leadership Positions:

 

 Positions What do we do? How to Apply?
Associated Students of Highline College (ASHC) - Student Government

President
Vice President
ASHC represents the HC student body and is your voice on campus life, state legislature, and other issues related to students. ASHC are elected student representatives who are also a part of CLS Core Services Leadership Team.

President and Vice President elections run from May 10 - 11, 2017

President description link

Vice President description link

 

 

Contact Mahlet iunehat mtiruneh@highline.edu for more information about the ASHC positions and election process!

 

Work Expectations

 

Hours:

Core Services members are expected to work 30 hours per week during Summer Training (September 5-22, 2017) and 15 hours per week during the 2017-2018 school year.  Position start date is September 5, 2017.

 

Wage:

All student leadership positions are paid minimum wage.

Academics:

Students are expected to maintain a class load of 6 credits (minimum) and 2.5 GPA during each quarter of employment.

Second job:

The significant commitments necessary to work in the Center for Leadership & Service and Multicultural Affairs, in addition to achieving academic success, second jobs are strongly discouraged and will be a consideration in the hiring process.

Evaluation:

Students are evaluated quarterly to assess their own leadership and personal growth. Continued employment is contingent upon receiving satisfactory performance evaluations.

Trainings

 

Core Services is a comprehensive student leadership opportunity through the Center for Leadership and Service that provides students with a valuable experience in molding and shaping themselves and others as student leaders. Students develop many leadership skills, including communication, time management, decision-making, social justice awareness, inclusive team building, conflict resolution and goal setting.

To help Core Services members gain the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful servant leaders and increase the effectiveness of our programs, we offer an extensive training program throughout the year. All members are required to participate in the following professional development training activities during the 2017-2018 academic year:

  • Summer Training: September 5 - 22
    Summer training consists of workshops and preparing you for the work you will do during the year. In addition, students spend time doing advance planning for the year’s events and activities.

 

  • Summer Leadership Conference: September 7 - 8
    During our first week of training Community Leadership Consultants, Inter-Cultural Center Student Leaders and Associated Students of Highline College Executive Officers will participate in a state-wide conference, along with student leaders from other Washington State Community Colleges in Wenatchee, WA

 

  • Winter Leadership Retreat: December 2017
    The Winter Retreat is an opportunity to reflect on the successes and failures of fall quarter, and to make plans for the remainder of the year. This is a two-day overnight retreat at a local camp. Student government officers, club leaders and other student leaders will also join us.

 

  • First Fridays Leadership Institute: 1st Friday of every month
    The Leadership Institute is a year-round leadership and professional skill building program. Workshops will be offered on campus the first Friday of each month (2-4 pm), dealing with topics such as public speaking, conflict resolution, philosophy of leadership, etc. Center for Leadership and Service staff are required to attend these monthly workshops in order to continue professional development and increase the effectiveness of our programs.


For any questions about the application process, please contact Iesha Valencia at 206-592-3918 or via email at ivalencia@highline.edu.

 

^top^
 
Tips for good application packets:
  • Improve the legibility of your text by typing your application
  • Have someone proofread your application before turning it in
  • Check out the Job Search Assistance Resources:  “How to Build a Winning Resume” pdf: http://studentemployment.highline.edu/studentresources.php

  • Give the faculty/staff/employer/community member plenty of advanced notice to complete the skills evaluation sheet
  • Put time and thought into reflecting on the answer to the essay question and have someone proofread your essay.
  • Make sure you have all documents complete before turning in your application (refer to the Materials Checklist)

 

 

Important Dates & Deadlines
(Core Services Application)
Leadership Luncheon
TBA

Application Deadline
TBA

Group Interview
TBA

Individual Interviews
TBA