Join the CoCo team
The CoCo offers several opportunities leadership in the College Nine community. You can:
Join the CoCo Team
Faculty Initiatives Assistant
Assist in the development and implementation of programs that bring together faculty and students from College Nine in meaningful interactions that enhance co-curricular learning related to the college's theme. Plan faculty presentations, field trips and other programs. For more information, contact Erin Ramsden at email@example.com. Applications are now open! Visit the hire page and apply before the deadline on April 12!
Chancellor’s Undergraduate Internship Program
CUIP Internship Position providing leadership in planning and teaching College Nine 2-credit class, facilitating a leadership group, and developing other programs to enhance the college's theme of International and Global Perspectives. For more information on the Chancellor's Undergraduate Internship program, please visit the Career Center or contact Erin Ramsden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Assistants provide administrative & clerical support to assist in the production of CoCurricular, theme related programs at College Nine & College Ten. Varying availability throughout the year. Email email@example.com for more information.
Special Projects Assistant
Works closely with professional and other student staff to develop passive or interactive opportunities that highlight issues related to the themes of both colleges through pop- ups, booths, installations, poster campaigns, tabling events, interactive creative opportunities as well as visual representations of theme-related issues. For any questions please contact Wendy Baxter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are now open! Visit the hire page and apply before the deadline on April 12!
A variety of opportunities throughout the year. Email email@example.com for more information.
Join a Group
GLAD - Global Leadership and Development
Develop leadership skills, explore the college theme, and get resources to become a better global citizen.
Practical Activism Planning
Planning begins in spring quarter prior to the conference. College Nine, College Ten & Oakes College students work corroboratively to develop content, plan workshops, and implement all aspects of the event.
HOPE Committee Planning
Planning begins winter quarter before the festival in early spring. College Nine students work together with musicians, non-profits and student organizations to plan this international music festival.
ICW- Intercultural Community Weekend
An overnight retreat where you deepen awareness of College Nine’s theme through the lens of personal identity and global citizenship.
Triangle Club offers monthly gatherings and other opportunities for celebrating and strengthening queer community at College Nine and College Ten. This group is open to all LGBTQ+ students and allies.
CREATE - Cultural Resources to Educate and Empower
CREATE offers a community/home at College Nine and College Ten for students of color to find support and empowerment through mentorship and friendship. CREATE also hosts educational, political, and social programs throughout the academic year.
Teach a Class or Facilitate a Group
Teaching Global Action - CLNI 191
Upper Division College Nine students explore materials and techniques to facilitate their own weekly section of 12-18 students for CLNI 85. Applications are due in October each year.
If you have participated in ICW, you can apply to be a co-facilitator. You’ll work with a group of students and staff to develop this year’s ICW.
Practical Activism Leadership
Members of the planning group who have shown excellent leadership, organization and follow-through may apply to take on leadership roles. Info sessions are currently being held! Visit the Practical Activism Website for the dates, times, and locations.
Download the coco brochure here.