Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Alana Services

Department Alana Services - Leadership Development
Hours & Wages

The GA position will be part-time, twenty hours per week, starting the first week of January and ending the third week of May. The GA will be compensated a total of $6,750; Tuition Amount $3,375 and Stipend Amount $3,375. The GA will work a total of 400 hours during the spring 2017 semester. The GAs will be permitted to procure additional employment with the approval of the Supervisor.

Expectations
  • Conduct him/herself with professionalism during all interactions with students, staff, and faculty of Loyola University Maryland.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the promotion of diversity and the education of Loyola students on issues of multiculturalism and awareness.
  • Attend weekly one-on-one meetings with his/her supervisor.
  • Available for night and weekend activities.
  • Maintain office hours.
  • Serve as a positive role model and advocate for ALANA students.
Responsibilities
  • Coordinate, evaluate and execute the ALANA Club Leaders Roundtable
  • Coordinate campus-wide cultural heritage celebration programming, working with two designated ALANA organizations/celebrations on programming
  • Have monthly one on one meetings with the president of these ALANA organization
  • Meet with the executive boards as necessary
  • Meet with a representative of the executive boards in advance of their heritage celebration time period
  • Ensure completion of program evaluations
  • Coordinate, evaluate and execute the ALANA Leadership Retreat with assistance of the Assistant Director of ALANA Services
  • Work with the Research & Retention GA and the Academic & Career Enrichment GA to coordinate and execute International Festival and “A Night of Stars”
  • Actively participate in the execution of the Multicultural Awareness Program (pre-orientation program) e.g. interviewing prospective Navigators, providing feedback about the program, being present during the entire program including the Navigator Training
  • Serve as a liaison between ALANA & specified student organizations and/or College departments
  • Participate in weekly ALANA staff meetings and supervision meetings
  • Partner with the Research & Retention GA and the Academic & Career Enrichment GA on marketing communications (e.g. ALANA Anthem Newsletter, etc.)
  • Maintain records/files in an organized manner
  • Attend and assist with ALANA sponsored events, including those on nights and weekends
  • Chaperone on-campus ALANA Club weekend parties and events as needed
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Create Roundtable topics, select presenters, facilitate and evaluate the program each month
  • Have monthly one on one meetings with the president of designated ALANA organization & attend club meetings
  • Meet with the executive boards as necessary
  • Meet with a representative of the executive boards 3-5 months in advance of their heritage celebration time period
  • Keep an accurate account of organizations’ programs (including evaluations)
  • Coordinate office attendance at student organization programs
  • Maintain office calendar based on student organizations events
  • Maintain the website and make sure it is up-to-date
  • Work with other ALANA GAs to ensure accuracy of calendar
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