Center for Service - Scholarship & Leadership Opportunities
Student Program Coordinator Positions: The Center for Service offers students many paid leadership opportunities. Student employees envision and coordinate programs and annual events, and serve as a bridge between the student population, the college's administration, and the broader North Adams community. These positions offer professional experience in leading, managing, recruiting, training, organizing, communication, and many other transferable skills, as well as a great way to work alongside MCLA staff.
Community Engagement Grants: MCLA has received federal and state civic engagement grants that have supported a variety of student community service, volunteer, and service learning projects.
Steve Green Community Engagement Scholar: One opportunity, the Steve Green Scholar, allows an MCLA junior or senior to engage in a community service project. Each Steve Green Scholar's efforts reflect and honor the many years of community leadership and service provided by Professor Emeritus Steve Green and his wife, Sue Walker.
Interested? Complete an application form.
To learn more, contact Amanda Beckwith,
Internships: Through our on and off campus work, the Center for Service provides potential paid and non-paid internship positions. These positions aid in supporting and furthering community initiatives. Previous interns have helped develop and ensure the success of the Bike Share program, and have helped community organizations respond to local needs through various outreach projects.
For details on any of these programs, contact Spencer Moser.