Thank you for your interest in applying for a job with one of the CSUSM Student Life Centers for Identity, Inclusion, & Empowerment. The Student Life Centers are committed to celebrating, educating and creating spaces for students to find a sense of belonging through developing self-awareness, exploring intersections of identity, and engaging in educational, social, and community programming. As a collective, the Student Life Centers collaborate for maximum impact within CSUSM through educational outreach and programming, community events, and employee recruitment and training. Each Student Life Center provides a unique approach to this collective commitment.
You will find job descriptions, information about each center, and a link to the application. You may apply for multiple positions and candidates receiving an interview will be contacted. Please review job descriptions before applying to learn about job duties and application requirements.
General questions regarding hiring can be directed to Alycia McGeever at email@example.com
Black Student Center
The mission of The Black Student Center is to promote the academic, cultural, social, and political consciousness of students of color by actively engaging in institutional partnerships that will result in the overall increase of student recruitment, active member participation, retention, and graduation rates.
BSC questions regarding hiring may be directed to Shanelle Watkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
As the first of the Student Life Centers established at CSUSM in 2003, the Cross-Cultural Center encourages identity exploration and expression by challenging students to think critically about social justice issues and appreciate differences. Our programs promote the development of cultural intelligence, examine various forms of activism, and train students for campus leadership, community engagement, and social change. We create a space for marginalized communities to belong and support efforts for them to achieve their fullest potential for academic success.
CCC questions regarding hiring may be directed to Floyd Lai at email@example.com.
Women and Gender Equity Center
The Women and Gender Equity Center, previously named the Gender Equity Center (GEC), is guided by principles of intersectional feminism with a focus on topics and issues broadly related to the experiences of women, trans and gender non-conforming (TGNC) students, parenting students, and the impacts of sexism and misogyny. We build communities by upholding a brave space; fostering dialogue about gender equity and social justice; and providing resources for students to achieve their goals. We strive to make everyone feel supported, included, and represented.
WGEC questions regarding hiring may be directed to Alycia McGeever at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LGBTQA Pride Center
The LGBTQA Pride Center (PC) is an inclusive space which promotes positive interactions in a diverse environment. The PC strives to provide a space that celebrates and affirms students who identify with all genders and sexualities in the LGBTQ community and their allies.
LGBTQA Pride Center questions regarding hiring may be directed to Robert Aiello-Hauser at email@example.com.
The Latinx Center (LXC) is grounded on community building standards deriving from “Familismo” principals and operates from a Latinx Critical Theoretical lens. We focus on Latinx student validation and engagement by providing culturally enriching and transformational programs that foster and promote holistic student success. We educate students and campus members about Latinx traditions, culture, and issues impacting the community. The center serves as a connection point to multiple internal and external networks aimed at providing systems of support for Latinx identifying students.
LXC questions regarding hiring may be directed to Laura Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org.