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As a totally student-run organization, MUSG gives students an opportunity that most internships cannot provide, the ability to make a lasting change within the organization and for the community it serves. You are able to take a leadership position, gaining real-world experience that means something—no busy work.

 

You could be assisting in the management of our half-a-million-dollar budget, planning dozens of student events throughout the year, working with the greater Marquette community, or creating strategic messaging with the most dynamic student communications team on campus. No matter the position, working with MUSG gives you an opportunity to make a difference across campus.
 

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Student Senate

Senators write real legislation to be passed on to administrators, meet with faculty and university officials to discuss concerns, plan forums and events focused on specific topics and gain student feedback through surveys and meeting with students. Completed applications should be submitted to our Legislative Vice President (LVP), Teresa Godinez at musg.senate@marquette.edu.

Duties and Responsibilities of Senators:

  • Attend weekly Senate meetings held on Mondays at 7:00 p.m.

  • Attend all additional meetings scheduled by Legislative Vice President.

  • Attend (Student Organization Funding (SOF) training in fall 2022 and spring 2023 (dates TBD).

  • Office hours: Hold one office hour per week in the MUSG office (if open), and hold additional hour(s) as is necessary to best reach constituents.

  • Actively seek out and represent the opinion of their constituency.

  • Participate in at least one of the following standing committees of the Senate: Academics, Business and Administration, Student Life, or Student Organizations.

  • Attend the all-Senate training in fall.

  • Attend the Fall 2021 MUSG retreat (TBD--typically the 4th weekend of fall semester).

  • Attend the Winter MUSG retreat in January 2023. (Date TBD.)

Student Senate Seats Available

  • Schroeder Hall (one seat)

  • Off-Campus (one seat)

  • Evans Scholars House (one seat)

  • College of Arts & Sciences (two seats)

  • College of Business (one seat)

Chair for the Community Engagement Committee (CEC)

The Chair for the Community Engagement Committee is a paid position that works to develop partnerships between the Marquette and Milwaukee community in order to foster long-term collaborative efforts. The goal of the committee is to further Marquette's connection with the Milwaukee community through service and outreach efforts.

Position responsibilities: 

  • The CEC coordinator heads the CEC committee

  • The committee promotes community engagement in many ways; service, cultural inclusion, and campus engagement

  • Report to Senate when requested 

  • Check in biweekly with the Outreach Vice President (OVP)

  • Head various community building projects

If any question please reach out to the Outreach Vice President (OVP), Ryan Lardner at musg.ovp@marquette.edu

Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice (DESJ) Coordinator 

The Chair for the Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice Committee is a paid position that works with MUSG, the Office of Intercultural Engagement, the Center for Engagement and Inclusion, the LGBTQ+ Resource Center, multicultural organizations, and other resources on campus to foster a welcoming and fair environment for underrepresented students on campus and those who want to be part of making social change. 

Position responsibilities:  

  • The DESJ Coordinator heads the DESJ Committee 

  • The committee promotes social justice to foster a welcoming and fair environment for underrepresented students

  • Report to Senate when requested

  • Check biweekly with the Outreach Vice President (OVP)

  • Head various community building projects 

If any question please reach out to the Outreach Vice President (OVP), Ryan Lardner at musg.ovp@marquette.edu

Communications Department

Members of the MUSG Communications Department serve as active members of MUSG and are tasked with the coordination, planning, and execution of various MUSG communications, promotions, and events. All members of the Department are responsible for all aspects of MUSG's communications and promotional content, including MUSG's web presence, social media platforms, and print and digital communication. 

A successful candidate for the Communications Department will possess the following skills and attributes:

  • Be creative and innovative

  • Have some experience in the areas of design, public relations, social media, and/or multimedia

  • Strong organizational and communication skills

  • Planning experience with strong attention to detail

  • Proven leadership experience in high school and/or college activities

  • An ability to work under stress and firm deadlines

  • An ability to learn and adapt quickly

  • An ability to work both independently and within a team

  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher and full-time enrollment as an undergraduate student

Other responsibilities of the position:

  • Serve as an active member of the Communications Department

  • Assist and report to the Communications Vice President with coordination, development, and execution of MUSG promotion/publicity

  • Collaborate with MUSG partners in promoting events and initiatives

  • Be present at one meeting of the Senate per semester and attend additional meetings to speak about events as necessary

  • Attend weekly Communication Department meetings.

  • In the case of absence, the Communications Vice President shall arrange for a Communications Department member to attend Senate

There are 6 positions available within the Communications Department: Public Relations Director, Creative Director, Multimedia Director, Public Relations Assistants, Graphic Design Assistants, and Multimedia Assistants. Director positions are paid an hourly rate of $9.00 per hour and devote approximately 10 hours per week to their leadership responsibilities. Assistant positions are volunteer positions and devote approximately 5 hours per week to their responsibilities.

If any question please reach out to the Communications Vice President (CVP), Julie Alemán at musg.communications@marquette.edu

Program Coordinator

MUSG Program Coordinators are tasked with coordination, planning, and execution of MUSG and collaborative programs on and off campus, as well as communicating with other programming departments on campus. Program Coordinators are responsible for reserving event space, collaborating with agencies, working with other student organizations and/or companies, and executing other tasks as needed. 

A successful candidate will bring the following professional qualifications, skills, experiences, and personal qualities:

  • A strong and deep understanding of the value of programming on campus

  • Creative and enthusiastic spirit towards faculty, students, and their work

  • Planning experience with strong detail orientation

  • Proven leadership experience in high school and/or college activities

  • An ability to work under stress and firm deadlines

  • An ability to learn and adapt quickly

  • An ability to work both independently and within a team

  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher and full-time enrollment as an undergraduate student

Responsibilities of the position include:

  • Serve as an active member of the Program Board

  • Assist and report to the Program Vice President with coordination, development, and execution of MUSG programs

  • Collaborate with Event Management and other MUSG partners in planning events

  • Work with agencies in execution of planning programs

  • Be present at one meeting of the Senate per semester and attend additional meetings to speak about events as necessary

  • Attend weekly Program Board meetings

  • Hold a weekly one-on-one meeting with the Program Vice President

  • In the case of absence, the Program Vice President shall arrange for a Program Board Coordinator to attend Senate

  • In the case of absence, the Program Vice President shall arrange for a Program Board Coordinator to attend meetings of the Budget committee

The Program Coordinator works on average 6-8 hours per week, but may put in up to 12 hours per week at certain times depending on the nature of programs planned and the overall program schedule. This position pays an hourly rate of $9.00 per hour. 

If any question please reach out to the Programs Vice President (PVP), Abbie Moravec at abigail.moravec@marquette.edu

CEC Committee General Member

The Community Engagement Committee is meant to be an extension of Marquette University’s Jesuit ideals of service and outreach. This committee is committed to service, promoting social justice and forging bonds with the larger Milwaukee community. If you are interested in joining CEC, don't hesitate on reaching out to the Outreach Vice President (OVP), Ryan Lardner at musg.ovp@marquette.edu

DESJ Committee General Member

The Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice Committee focuses on making the surrounding community feel safe for all who want to be part of making social change. This committee strives to uphold a productive and non-judgmental environment while bringing awareness to issues students feel the need to discuss on a campus. This is done through programming, inter-organizational work, and community partnership. The DESJ Committee, outside of MUSG, also works in tandem with the Center for Engagement and Inclusion and LGBTQ+ Center. If you are interested in joining the DESJ committee, don't hesitate on reaching out to the Outreach Vice President (OVP), Ryan Lardner at musg.ovp@marquette.edu

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