STUDENT STAFF POSITIONS

Thrive Center employs over 80 student employees as Peer Mentors and Student Assistants who clock over 2,500 hours of direct student contact throughout the year. We have a number of student staff positions available during the summer and the academic year.  Please review the list of job descriptions below to see which positions fit your interests and use the link at the bottom of the page to submit your application.

REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible for a position in the Thrive Center, you must have completed two semesters of coursework before fall 2019 AND you must currently have a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher from the University of Arizona.  You are also expected to maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher through this semester (spring 2019) and during your employment with Thrive Center next academic year. 

We prefer to hire students with federal work-study, but if you do not have work-study, or are not eligible to apply for federal financial aid, you may still be eligible to earn a position.

AVAILABLE STUDENT POSITIONS - SUMMER 2019

Resident Assistant for New Start Summer Program.pdf

Resident Assistant for New Start Summer Program.pdf
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Tutor for New Start Summer Program.pdf

Tutor for New Start Summer Program.pdf
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Peer Mentor for New Start Summer Program.pdf

Peer Mentor for New Start Summer Program.pdf
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AVAILABLE STUDENT POSITIONS - ACADEMIC YEAR (FALL 2019 - SPRING 2020)

Peer Mentor for Arizona Assurance.pdf

Peer Mentor for Arizona Assurance.pdf
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Peer Mentor for Cultural Learning Communities.pdf

Peer Mentor for Cultural Learning Communities.pdf
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Peer Mentor for First Cats.pdf

Peer Mentor for First Cats.pdf
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Peer Mentor for PASS.pdf

Peer Mentor for PASS.pdf
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Community Coordinator for First Cats.pdf

Community Coordinator for First Cats.pdf
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Community Coordinator for Men's Outreach Initiative.pdf

Community Coordinator for Men's Outreach Initiative.pdf
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Peer Educator for Wellness Programs.pdf

Peer Educator for Wellness Programs.pdf
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Front Desk Student Assistant.pdf

Front Desk Student Assistant.pdf
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APPLICATION PROCESS

Our application process is simple.  Just answer the questions in our online application, and upload a resume and letter of interest to complete your application.  Then hit submit.

For many students, this application will be their first time applying for work.  Excellent!  If you have never created a resume or letter of interest, the office of Student Engagement & Career Development offers a number of resources to help you get started.

You can submit your application materials using the link at the bottom of this page. 

INTERVIEW PROCESS

After you apply, your application will be reviewed and you may be invited for an individual and group interview.  You will register for both interviews at the same time.

We use a multiple-mini-interview approach for our individual interviews.  This means you will meet with three different staff members, for about 7 minutes each, answering questions or working through a scenario that will help us understand your fit with Thrive Center.  Interviews are 30 mins total, with a 15-minute overview session before.  

Individual Interview Itinerary (example)

12:45 p.m.  Overview & Explanation Session

1:00 p.m.   Review prompt

1:02 p.m.   Begin 1st interview session

1:09 p.m.   Transition to 2nd interview

1:10 p.m.   Review prompt

1:12 p.m.   Begin 2nd interview session

1:19 p.m.   Transition to 3rd interview

1:20 p.m.   Review prompt

1:22 p.m.   Begin 3rd interview session

1:29 p.m.   End Interview

You will also sign up for a group interview where you will interact with other candidates in four different stations designed to help us understand how you work with others on a team.  Because so many of our programs require teamwork and collaboration to prepare events and workshops, the group interview becomes a critical part of your application.

If you are invited to interview, we will provide you with additional details and guidelines to help you prepare.  Whether this is your first time interviewing or not, we highly recommend reviewing the resources available to you as a student through Student Engagement & Career Development

IMPORTANT DATES

March 20, 2019          Applications must be submitted by the 11:59 p.m. (AZ time).

March 25-30, 2019     Individual interviews will be scheduled for this week.  You will need to sign up for one 30-minute session.

April 1-5, 2019           Group interviews will be scheduled this week.  You will need to sign up for one 2-hour session.

April 22, 2019            You can expect to receive a decision on your application.

 

The application is now closed.