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E&I Student Worker: Marketing, Communication, and Outreach

In order to submit a complete application and be considered for interview, please submit the following to Hao Cheng at hcheng@cascadia.edu

  1. Equity Statement to address each of the following elements:
    1. A description of a time when you recognized an equity issue.
    2. What was the issue?
    3. What did you do to make a difference?
    4. What did you learn about equity through this experience?
  2. Resume
  3. Cover Letter

Position Summary

  • Full or Part Time: 10 hours per week
  • Duration: September 2022 – June 2023
  • Salary: $14.49 per hour
  • Supervising Position: Cascadia Scholars Program Lead

Under supervision of the Cascadia Scholars Program Lead, the part-time Marketing, Communications, and Outreach student worker will perform tasks to support the Cascadia Scholars Program’s outreach and recruitment effort to current Cascadia students and area high school districts. Provide promotion and marketing for events and activities for Cascadia Scholars Program.

It is expected that the following qualities will be demonstrated daily: a high degree of understanding and empathy for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors, as well as the ability to encourage the inclusion of all voices in decision-making, promoting equity in all areas, and actively working against institutionalized norms of oppression against historically marginalized people.

Typical Essential Duties

(These duties are a representative sample; position assignments may vary.)


1. Market Cascadia Scholars Program via distribution of posters, flyers, and TP Times.

Weekly 40%

2. Manage communication between Cascadia Scholars Program and campus partners: i.e. monitoring program generic email, compile and edit newsletter content, and etc.

Weekly 25%

3. Outreach to students directly though in-person tabling, mobile-marketing, promotional events.

Weekly 25%

4. Promoting Cascadia Scholars Program in highs school pop-up events.

Monthly 10%

Position Description

  • Respond to incoming email, phone messages, and drop-ins on behalf of the Cascadia Scholars Program
  • Attend outreach, recruitment and pop-up events in-person and remotely for local area high schools and communityfestivals, in partnership with Cascadia College Outreach team
  • Conduct campus tours and information sessions for students in Cascadia Scholars Program
  • Update the Cascadia Scholars webpage and support social media accounts for the Office of E&I Instagram account
  • Organize and move supplies to community festivals and other outreach events as assigned
  • Perform other duties within the scope of the position as assigned

Training and Experience

(Positions in this class typically require)

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be in good academic standing (minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 at time of hire and for each quarter whileemployed)
  • Must be enrolled in at least 6 credits at Cascadia College during fall, winter and spring quarters
  • Demonstrated commitment to and interest in diversity, equity and inclusion and the ability to support a diverseworkplace and educational environment
  • Organization, attention to detail, follow-through, problem solving
  • A flexible schedule will be essential due to meeting and event/program schedules during the academic year


(Position requirements at entry)

Knowledge of:

  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Canva and Adobe
  • Social media channels
  • English language, grammar, and punctuation
  • Customer service principles

Skills & Abilities

(Position requirements at entry)

Skill/Ability in:

  • Self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Highly organized and creative
  • Providing strong customer service
  • Strong presentation, public speaking and communication skills
  • Commute to off-campus events
  • Work in a virtual or hybrid environment

Physical Requirements

Semi-sedentary work: Exerting between 10-30 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to transport, put, install, remove, or otherwise move objects.

Conditions of Employment

As an institution that upholds the value of equity and inclusion of every individual, Cascadia College expects its employees to embody and promote these values. Both current and prospective employees of the College are encouraged to seek deeper understanding in these areas as part of professional growth.

Cascadia College maintains a drug-free work and learning environment and prohibits smoking in all college buildings and state-owned vehicles.

Temporary hourly employees are exempt from civil service rules and regulations. Employees who work for the college on an as–needed basis are paid an hourly wage for work performed in specific assignments. These positions are typically not eligible for benefits. This is a part-time, temporary position scheduled to work up to 16 hours a week not to exceed 69 hours per month.


The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the College.