The [FLiP] Fellow will work closely with faculty, senior administration, and student leaders to help plan and execute the Law School’s professionalism programming for students. Under the supervision of the Director of Professionalism, the Fellow will assist with the house system, wellness programs, and mentorship-related initiatives.
- Oversees the logistics and execution of the house system, manages schedules and communications, coordinates speakers and technology, oversees catering, and troubleshoots.
- Collaborates with student leaders to plan and execute social and community-building events.
- Assists with the planning and execution of mental health and wellness programs, including helping to select and coordinate speakers and participants, publicizes programs, coordinates interactive community-builds initiatives,and manages logistics.
- Supports administration of the peer mentorship program.
- Monitors the engagement of upper-level students in various programs and manages student reimbursements.
- Assists the Director of Professionalism with the substantive development and implementation of new wellness, professionalism, and mentorship-related programs and initiatives.
- Bachelor’s Degree required. Juris Doctor or Master’s Degree in a related field (including counseling, psychology, communication, higher education management) preferred.
- Must be technically proficient in current software applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google docs, and open to being trained in University databases and software.
- Detail-oriented with strong organizational and time-management skills.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.
- Integrity, sound judgment, and dedication to student well-being.
- Must be able to function independently as well as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.