Think You'd Make A Super Conference Assistant?
Thank you for your interest in the Conference Assistant (CA) position for the summer of 2016 with the Department of Residence Life & Housing.
This website provides an overview of the CA position and the process to apply to be a CA. Please read materials closely and make sure to attend an information session for more information.
Overview of the CA Position
CAs are on-site liaisons between Suffolk University and summer conference participants. They serve as the initial point of contact for any person entering the residence halls. They are responsible for addressing the needs of summer guests. They help to create a friendly and helpful atmosphere by greeting and receiving conference guests and other visitors. These live-in, summer positions will challenge CAs’ abilities and allow development of valuable skills in communication and organization. Although weekly schedules may vary, CAs will work approximately 15 hours per week in addition to participating in the on-call rotation (approximately 1 night per week).
Please review CA Position Description* for additional information.
*Please note that the dates included in the CA Position Description are tentative and may change after the University finalizes the 2016-2017 academic calendar.
Overview of the CA Application Process
Residence Life & Housing believes that the CA position is one of the most crucial student leadership positions within the University. Because of this, we ask that students complete a rigorous application process that includes submitting required materials and participating in a group process interview and an individual interview.
Applications are currently available via SU Connect and will be due on Monday, February 8, 2016 by 5:00pm. The SU Connect application is available on the Residence Life & Housing (Department of) organization page under "Forms." This application includes essay questions and you must attach an up-to-date cover letter and resume. Only electronic submissions via SU Connect will be accepted. Applicants must also submit two recommendation forms. At least one form must be from a Suffolk faculty member or administrator. Applicants are required to attend one info session. Returning CA applicants are not required to submit recommendations or attend an info session. Please see below for a complete list of info session dates, times and locations.
For more information, please refer to the CA Information Letter and Timeline*.
*Please note that the dates included in the CA Information Letter and Timeline are tentative and may change after the University finalizes the 2016-2017 academic calendar.
Please contact Residence Life at 617-305-2500 x 0 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
|Friday, December 11, 2015||3:00pm||Sawyer 321|
|Thursday, January 21, 2016||9:00am||Office of Diversity Services, Archer 481|
|Tuesday, January 26, 2016||7:00pm||Basement Auditorium, 150 Tremont|
|Sunday, January 31, 2016||5:00pm||Second Floor Mezzanine, 10 West|
|Thursday, February 4, 2016||1:00pm||Donahue 403|
For students who are abroad, you may watch this video below in lieu of attending an information session. Students who are on the Boston campus, you are required to attend an information session to learn more about the positions.