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Project SUCCESS Intern Application Information

PSIs

Benefits of the Project SUCCESS Internship:

  • “The Project SUCCESS Internship has helped me build confidence in myself by pushing me to get out of my comfort zone. It has allowed me to take initiative in starting conversations and hold them as well”. - Lawrence Martinez

  • “Being a PSI is a great opportunity to help fellow brothers navigate a new campus life by giving them the resources we have learned and giving them to our new brothers’ to be successful”. Uriel Rojas

  • “With my experience as a PSI I have improved my professional development skills and it has made me feel prepared and competent to pursue leadership roles”. -Adolfo Gutierrez

  • “With this opportunity I was able to meet so many professional staff and faculty that have helped me create connections al around campus! I feel like I can reach out to more people on campus”. - Crisitan Martinez

  • “Being a PSI allows you to develop yourself as well as those around you. Everything you do will build you up to become the best version of yourself”. - Jose Tejeda

Compensation:

  • $11 an hour (Project SUCCESS Interns are part-time employees and may be expected to work 5-10 hours a week)

Internship Duration:

The Project SUCCESS Intern Program begins August 10th, 2018 and ends May 31st, 2019.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a full-time sophomore, junior or senior (12 units each term) registered Cal Poly Pomona student for the entire 2017 – 2018 academic year
  • Must maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA as well as good conduct standing
  • Must possess strong leadership and organizational skills
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication (bilingual proficiency preferred)
  • Must have excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Must be able to actively listen, take initiative, and troubleshoot public inquiries
  • Must embody high levels of integrity, accuracy, dependability, and confidentiality
  • Must exhibit qualities of high emotional intelligence, enthusiasm, optimism, and motivation
  • Must understand the basic fundamentals of social justice and advocacy for men of color
  • Must uphold appropriate relationships with mentees at all times
  • Must be comfortable with public speaking

How to Apply:

https://calpolypomona.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/162627

Application Deadline: 

Applications are now being accepted. We have extended the deadline to Sunday, May 13th at 11:59pm

If you have any further questions please contact:

Tim Alexander, M.S.
Coordinator
Project SUCCESS
Email: talexander@cpp.edu
Phone: (909) 869-3398

Descriptions

African American Student Center Intern

  • Serve as the main liaison between Project SUCCESS staff and African American Student Center (AASC)
  • Create a platform for collaboration and involvement between Project SUCCESS and AASC
  • Update Project SUCCESS Staff bi-weekly with upcoming events, fundraisers and programs hosted by AASC
  • Collaborate with Project SUCCESS and AASC for targeted programing and events
  • Participate in social media networks (Instagram, Snapchat) with Project SUCCESS and AASC
  • Sit in on Harambe meetings with AASC Social Justice Leaders
  • Assist with Black Heritage Speaker and Pan-African Graduation Celebration
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Cesar Chavez Student Center Intern

  • Serve as the main liaison between Project SUCCESS staff and César E. Chávez Center for Higher Education (CECCHE)
  • Create a platform for collaboration and involvement between Project SUCCESS and CECCHE
  • Update Project SUCCESS Staff bi-weekly with upcoming events, fundraisers and programs hosted by CECCHE
  • Collaborate with Project SUCCESS and CECCHE for targeted programing and events
  • Participate in social media networks (Instagram, Snapchat) with Project SUCCESS and CECCHE
  • Work both independently and as part of a team with the CECCHE social justice leaders
  • Assist with and encourage volunteers for Dia de la Raza, Dia de los Muertos Celebration, CLYLP - Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Conference, Chavez Conference, Chavez Week, and Raza Graduation Celebration
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Co-Lead Intern

  • Assist Lead Intern with preparation and organization materials and handouts for monthly community gatherings
  • Assist Lead Intern in programming and planning for social gatherings
  • Attend 1on1s with Project SUCCESS Staff and Lead Intern
  • Support Lead intern in completion of task and daily duties as assigned by Project SUCCESS staff
  • Assist Lead Intern with assessment and analyzation of programs and events via GoogleForm
  • Appropriately ask interns for assistance as needed and communicate adjustments for deadlines
  • Complete trainings for Cascade, Phone/E-mail Etiquette, Lynda.com, and other professional development
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Hermanos Unidos Intern

  • Serve as the main liaison between Project SUCCESS staff and Hermanos Unidos (HU)
  • Create a platform for collaboration and involvement between Project SUCCESS and HU
  • Update Project SUCCESS Staff bi-weekly with upcoming events, fundraisers and programs hosted by HU
  • Collaborate with Project SUCCESS and HU for targeted programing and events
  • Participate in social media networks (Instagram, Snapchat) with Project SUCCESS and HU
  • Sit on HU executive board and encourage Project SUCCESS students to attend HU meetings and events
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Housing Services Intern

  • Participate in social media networks including: (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc…) with Project SUCCESS and University Housing Services
  • Create a platform for collaboration and involvement between Project SUCCESS and University Housing Services
  • Collaborate with University Housing Services and Project SUCCESS for programing and events
  • Contribute to the Project SUCCESS MyBAR page by incorporating events hosted by University Housing Services
  • Update Project SUCCESS Staff bi-weekly on upcoming events, fundraisers and programs hosted by University Housing Services
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Lead Intern

  • Main liaison between Project SUCCESS staff and Project SUCCESS Interns
  • Facilitate interview and communication for Project SUCCESS Intern candidates
  • Prepare and organize materials and handouts for monthly community gatherings
  • Submit project data reports by assembling, preparing, and analyzing data
  • Manage Project SUCCESS MyBAR page including the roster and events
  • Create and host quarterly social gathering
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned
  • Design and maintain Project SUCCESS website and web pages through Cascade Server
  • Proofread and approve all Project SUCCESS documents, files, and social media post

Poly Transfer Intern

  • Serve as the main liaison between Project SUCCESS staff and PolyTransfer Center (PTC)
  • Create a platform for collaboration and involvement between Project SUCCESS and PTC
  • Update Project SUCCESS Staff bi-weekly with upcoming events, fundraisers and programs hosted by PTC
  • Collaborate with Project SUCCESS and PTC for targeted programing and events
  • Participate in social media networks (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat) with Project SUCCESS and PTC
  • Work both independently and as part of a team with PolyTransfer Ambassador
  • Sit-in on lead meetings and familia staff meetings
  • Assist with PolyTransfer Summer Orientation, PolyTransfer Spirit Week, and Transfer Winter Welcome
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Native American Student Center Intern

  • Serve as the main liaison between Project SUCCESS staff and Native American Student Center (NASC)
  • Create a platform for collaboration and involvement between Project SUCCESS and NASC
  • Update Project SUCCESS Staff bi-weekly with upcoming events, fundraisers and programs hosted by NASC
  • Collaborate with Project SUCCESS and NASC for targeted programing and events
  • Participate in social media networks (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat) with Project SUCCESS and NASC
  • Assist with American Indian Science and Engineering Society, Cultural Sesions, Community building with faculty and staff, and Professional development workshops
  • Work both independently and as part of a team with NASC Social Justice Leaders
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Social Media Intern

  • Maintain Newsletter distribution through MailChimp and Newsletter e-mail list through GoogleDrive
  • Build and execute social media strategy through platform determination and audience identification
  • Generate, edit, publish and share weekly content (original text, images or video) that builds meaningful connections through Instagram
  • Increase the number of followers on social media by following and engaging with students, faculty and staff
  • Liaison with staff internally to ensure that the Project SUCCESS online profiles are accurate and professional
  • Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned 

Francisco Martinez
Project SUCCESS
Lead Intern
&
Housing Intern
fmartinez1@cpp.edu
Senior, Business


 

Paco

Adlofo Gutierrez
Project SUCCESS Intern
&
C.E.C.C.H.E Intern
(Kin Groups #1, #12)
aafgutierrez1@cpp.edu
Sophmore, Communications

 

Adolfo


Cristian Martinez,
Project SUCCESS Intern
&
Co-Lead Intern
(Kin Groups #13)
cdmartinez@cpp.edu
Sophmore, Industrial  Engineering

Cristian

Daniel Concha
Project SUCCESS Intern &
Transfer Co-Lead Intern
(Kin Group #10)
daconcha@cpp.edu
Senior, Economics

Danny


Uriel Rojas
Project SUCCESS Intern
&
C.E.C.C.H.E Intern
(Kin Groups #3 & #11)
ufrojas@cpp.edu
Sophomore, Liberal Studies

Uriel

Devin Serrano
Project SUCCESS Intern &
PolyTransfer Intern
(Kin Group #6)
dcserrano@cpp.edu
Senior, Communication

Devin

Lawrence Martinez
Project SUCCESS Intern
&
Social Media Intern
(Kin Groups #7 & #9)
dlmartinez1@cpp.edu
Junior, Public Relations

Lawrence


Jose Flores
Project SUCCESS Intern & Co-Lead Intern
(Kin Groups #5 & #8)
joselflores@cpp.edu
Senior, Kinesiology

Jose

 

Fernando Diaz
(Kin Group #1)
Interim Senior Coordinator, Health Promotion Student Health and Counseling Services
fernandodiaz@cpp.edu
909 869 2017

Fernando

 

Thomas Dwyer
(Transfer Support)
Student Success & Outreach Specialist
Poly Transfers
tldwyer@cpp.edu
909 869 6367

Thomas

 

Dr. Reyes Luna
(Kin Group #3)
Director, Residence Life
University Housing Services
rjluna@cpp.edu
909 869 3983

Dr. Reyes Luna

 

Kevin Malone
(Kin Group #11)
Administrative Analyst
Student Health and Counseling Services
klmalone@cpp.edu
909 869 3218

Kevin

Dr. Eligio Martinez
(Kin Group #5)
Visiting Professor, Ed.D. Program
Department of Education
eligiom@cpp.edu
909 869 5572

Eligio

Marcos Pineda
(Kin Group #6)
Administrative Support Coordinator, E.W.S. Department
marcospineda@cpp.edu
909 869 3593

Marcos

Antonio Quezada
(Kin Group #7)
Assistant Director
Student Conduct & Integrity
aquezada@cpp.edu
909 869 6997

Tony Quezada

David Quezada
(Kin Group #8)
Associate Director of Operations
Associated Students Inc.
dquezada@cpp.edu
909 869 4994

Dave

Saul Ramirez
(Kin Group #9)
Lead Coordinator
Financial Aid & Scholarships
sramirez@cpp.edu
909 869 3708

Saul

Dario Rios
(Kin Group #10)
Academic Advisor
College of Business Administration
dariorios@cpp.edu
909 8690 5079

Dario

Leon P. Strayer(Kin Group #11)
Academic Advisor
Student Support and Equity Programs (SSEP)
lpstrayer@cpp.edu
909 869 2916

Leon

Ed Venegas
(Kin Group #12)
Career Counselor
Career Center
evenegas@cpp.edu
909 869 2339

Ed

Kenneth W. Partner
(Kin Group #13)
Engineering Advisor
College of Engineering
klmalone@cpp.edu
909 869 2476

Kenneth

Dr. Michael Page
(Kin Group #6)
Associate Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry Department
mfpage@cpp.edu
909 869 4533

 Dr. Paige