Position Description/Requirements
Lincoln Land Community College is currently accepting applications for a Peer Educator to provide support and assist in the planning, scheduling, and implementation of events, campaigns, and trainings for student mental health initiatives, student wellness, or for the Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) Taskforce. Student Workers will perform the following duties: * Research possible programs and initiatives for various awareness campaigns, trainings, and programs * Assist with the planning, coordination, and implementation of student mental health initiatives, student wellness and SAVE events * Serve as a student representative on various workgroups or taskforce meetings * Facilitate student trainings including, but not limited to Bystander Intervention * Represent student mental health initiatives, student wellness, or the Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) Taskforce during tabling events at LLCC (Welcome Week, vendor fairs, etc.) * Perform other duties as assigned. All LLCC Student Workers have the following institutional responsibilities: * Uphold LLCC’s mission, as well as certain standards of conduct within the College and in dealings with students, staff, faculty and the general public. * Responsible for compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and other regulations with regard to confidentiality of and access to student and other institutional records. Students will be paid minimum wage and work schedule will fluctuate based on the employee’s availability. Regular office hours may be scheduled within Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. Other hours scheduled may include other events as needed. Total hours would not exceed 20 hours per week. Requirements include the following: * Must maintain satisfactory academic progress * Must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) during the semester of employment, with the exception of summer term * Complete LLCC’s mandatory harassment prevention training within 30 days of employment * Minimum GPA 2.0 * Willingness to learn ways to support students experiencing mental health issues, wellness issues, or interpersonal and sexual violence. * Ability to effectively research issues impacting college students such as interpersonal and sexual violence, mental health, wellness, etc. * Ability to work and communicate with diverse student populations about sensitive topics related to mental health, wellness, interpersonal violence, sexual violence etc. (training will be provided) * Exhibit appropriate behavior that supports the missions of the Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) Taskforce, student mental health initiatives, and student wellness initiatives. * Must be comfortable with public speaking and talking one-on-one with students. * Must be willing to complete in-person and online trainings. * Extremely reliable. * Strong written and verbal communication skills. * Ability to meet deadlines and manage priorities effectively. If working with minors, employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check.

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