Student Worker-Counseling Center

Campus/Location:Penn State AbingtonDate Announced:06/20/2018Date Closing:open until filledJob Number:79947Work Unit: Penn State AbingtonDepartment:Student Affairs
Assist with CAPS signage, educational handouts, marketing materials for outreach events, social media marketing, copying & printing. Assist with planning and coordinating of outreach events including logistical preparation for events, ordering of food and event materials, collection of follow-up data, Get Connected updates/maintenance, tabling/exhibiting & social media outreach. Potential for public speaking/co-facilitation of workshops. Ability to research current trends in mental health programming/marketing and to offer creative ideas regarding how to disseminate information to our student body and campus community. Ability to monitor social networks for trending news and ideas. Strong candidates will display the following characteristics and skill sets: Candidate must show demonstrated interest in psychology, counseling, social work, public health, marketing or a related field. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent written and oral skills.Experience with Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Photoshop, InDesign and Canva. Graphic design skills a must. Proficient with current social media platforms, including but not limited to Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube, Get Connected, etc. Ability to work independently. PLEASE NOTE: this is NOT a clinical internship position and there will be no interaction with student clients. This position will be housed outside of the Counseling & Psychological Services Center.

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