Become a Peer Adviser at the ICC

Join the ICC

The ICC is hiring students for the 2018-19 academic year to represent a diversity of majors, interests and career paths. You may apply for more than one position, but read the the position descriptions to make sure you are qualified. All application deadlines are Sunday, January 28, at 11:59 p.m. Positions include:

Peer Advisors

Peer advisors provide one-on-one advising to students on a wide-range of basic career-related topics such as resume writing and starting a job search. Some administrative work is also required. Positions available in the following areas:

  • Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
    • Interest in helping others and knowledge of animal science, environmental and/or agricultural sciences. Involvement with CAES related clubs such as Aggie Ambassadors, MANNRS, Food Tech Club, Arboretum Ambassadors, VENO, Biotech, SOT, Vet Aide Club and other pre-professional clubs are also desired.
  • Animal Sciences
    • Interest in helping others and knowledge of animal science, environmental and/or agricultural sciences. Internship and/or related club/organization experience strongly preferred. Ideally a member of the Vet Aide Club or a similar club.
  • Business
    • The Business Peer Advisor will be providing information to students specifically focused on Business-related internships and careers. Students from managerial economics, economics, and accounting areas and/or involvement in business related clubs/pre-professional business organizations are strongly preferred.
  • Engineering and Physical Sciences
    • Advise students interested in careers and internships in engineering and physical sciences.
  • Health and Biological Sciences
    • Peer advisors in this position provide assistance to students seeking direction for career exploration in areas related to biological sciences, biotechnology, or healthcare including medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, public health, and nutrition. Previous clinical internship experience using the HRI online signup system REQUIRED.
  • Liberal Arts and Business
    • Peer advisors in this position provide assistance to students seeking direction for career exploration in areas related to social sciences and humanities.
  • Student Employment
    • Provides assistance to students seeking off and on-campus part-time employment.
  • Veterans
    • Assists fellow US Military veterans on various aspects of career development and acts as a liaison between the ICC and the campus veteran population. Must be a veteran of the US military to apply.

Student Support Staff

Student support staff perform many different critical tasks to ensure that the ICC runs smoothly. Support staff do little to no one-on-one advising.

  • Student Outreach Assistant
    • Meet with students in varied campus settings to explain, promote, and encourage use of the ICC's career advising services. Tabling, workshop presentations, public advising, marketing and other forms of creative outreach efforts in a small team. New positions to begin in Summer/Fall 2018.
  • Student Receptionist
    • First point of contact at the ICC. Responsible for creating a welcoming and professional atmosphere. Will provide reception coverage and clerical support as needed. Will answer basic advising questions in the absence of staff and peer advisers within the parameters of the position. New positions will begin in Summer/Fall 2018.

To view all positions in Aggie Job Link, enter 'iccstudentjobs2018' in the keyword field.

  • Paid: $10 / hour
  • 8-10 hours per week
  • Transcript Notation Available

Learn More at an Info Session

Learn more about these positions from current peer advisors at an information session:

  • Friday, January 12, 2018 @ 11 a.m. in 229 South Hall
  • Thursday, January 25, 2018 @ 1:10 p.m. in 229 South Hall

General Qualifications

Some positions have very specific criteria, so please review job descriptions carefully. Additionally, all applicants should meet the following qualifications:

  • You must be an enrolled student in good standing through June 2019. Most positions require undergraduate status.
  • Previous internship experience is strongly preferred.
  • You must be available to start work on Monday, September 17, 2018 (before the start of classes)
  • Schedules will be 8-12 hours per week, mostly between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays with occasional evening and weekend special events
  • You must attend mandatory spring training during spring quarter 2018. Six hours in workshops and about 14+ hours done independently. Training days are from 6 - 8 p.m. on:
    • Tuesday, April 10
    • Tuesday, May 1
    • Tuesday, June 5
  • Background checks will be completed for all hired student staff.