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Below are examples of opportunities available for students through the Department of Student and Community Involvement. For more information about current openings and involvement opportunities, please contact the corresponding individuals.
Interested in performing arts volunteer opportunities in production or customer service for CES events? Contact Melanie Moore, Assistant Director of Production Services at 301.687.3044 or the Box Office Manager at 301.687.3137.
The A STAR! AmeriCorps V.O.I.C.E. operates a volunteer clearinghouse for FSU students, faculty and staff. The V.O.I.C.E. program serves as a liaison to community organizations and posts the most current volunteer opportunities available to the FSU community. To serve or learn more, contact A STAR! AmeriCorps V.O.I.C.E. Volunteer Clearinghouse at 301.687.4210.
ECHOSTARS is a first year living-learning-serving experience for 65 students who commit to serving 300 hours of direct service with the opportunity to earn up to $1,212 in scholarships from the AmeriCorps program and Frostburg State University. Rising STARS is primarily a sophomore-based program with a focus on service, mentoring and academic engagement. Members serve 300 hours of direct service and earn $1,212. For more information, contact the Office of Civic Enagement at 301.687.4210.
Read to Succeed is an A STAR! AmeriCorps Program serving the regional youth in grades K-8 for literacy. All mentors are trained and placed on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact the Office of Civic Enagement at 301.687.4210.
Programming and volunteer positions are available within University Programming Council and Late@Lane. To learn more about the opportunities, contact the Director of Student Activities at 301.687.4049.
Opportunities may exist based upon Federal Work-Study eligibility. Students eligible for work-study who participate in Read to Succeed can earn much more! To find out if you are eligible for Federal work-study, visit the Financial Aid Office.
CES offers employment and intern opportunities for Frostburg State University students. The CES Student Production Team works hard behind the scenes and plays an integral role in bringing each series event to life. CES employment is a great addition to any student’s resumé. Contact the Melanie Moore, Assistant Director of Production Services at 301.687.3044 to apply.
The Lane University Center hires student staff during the fall and spring semesters. Watch for job postings in your email inbox, on Lane University Center Digital Signage and at the Lane University Center Information Desk. Jobs range from game room attendant to information desk attendant to tech crew to student manager — come join the team! Apply online at http://bit.ly/applyatlane. For more information, contact Rob Webber at 301.687.7084 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Social Marketing Team hires student staff during the fall and spring semesters as needed to promote events, photograph events and maintain the Lane University Center’s Digital Signage. Watch for job postings on involvement.frostburg.edu, online @thesocialbobcat and in our electronic newsletter SpotlightOnline. For more information, contact Missy Martz at 301.687.7597 or email@example.com.
Independent study and internships are available for credit for the following majors and focuses: computer science, business administration — marketing, mass communications, graphic design, photography, parks & recreation, music management, theatre and more. For more information, call us at 301.687.4411.