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UTSA Roadrunner Body

Street Team members are dedicated to leadership capacity-building for the entire UTSA community. They are the student face of the SLC, providing outreach and workshop facilitation throughout the year. Volunteering with the street team is a great way to enhance leadership skills through educating other students. Team members can also add a significant para-professional experience to their resumes.

Apply to become a Street team member on Rowdylink today.


Prerequisites: (Applicants will)

  • Have participated in one or more SLC programs previously
  • Currently enrolled at least half time
  • Maintaining good academic and conduct standing

Expectations: (Approx. 10 hrs./ month)

  • Facilitating Student Life Leadership Competencies Workshop Series
    • Participate in annual training on fundamental facilitation skills and lesson plans specific to the workshop series (two two-hour training sessions plus one observed practice coaching session)
    • Facilitate workshops as scheduled by the SLC
    • Debrief each workshop session with SLC staff
  • Direct marketing/promotion of SLC Program opportunities,
    • Utilizing energetic social engagement, multiple social media platforms and other forms of communication to raise awareness and increase participation in SLC programs
    • Tabling at various times and locations on campus, providing accurate summary information including program dates, deadlines and how to apply
    • Promoting SLC programs in brief presentations to classes and organizations
    • Sharing highlights of your personal experiences
    • Designing and creating new marketing materials
  • Participating in monthly SLC street team meetings
    • Act as liaison between the SLC staff and the UTSA student body
    • Model integrity and the SLC's core competencies as ongoing practices

Benefits:

  • Leadership development and resume building
  • Increased skillset including: event-planning and coordination, facilitation, communication, professionalism, leadership, creative skills, social awareness, and teamwork
  • Opportunity to work closely with senior staff members and contribute to program development
  • Serve as a resource and mentor to incoming UTSA students and build their community
  • High-impact professional recommendations from Program Coordinator and Associate Director
  • Professional headshot

Application and Selection Process:

  • Submit a letter of interest and resume on RowdyLink.
  • A thorough selection process will include an individual interview.