Leadership and Employment
Be a Leader on Campus
Housing & Residential Life offers leadership opportunities for students that live in the residence halls. There are two types of leadership opportunities. There are compensated and uncompensated positions. The positions that receive compensation are Front Desk and Resident Advisor positions.
To view and apply for all open positions at University of Michigan-Flint, click on http://umjobs.org/
BLOCK CLUB MEMBERS
DPS is dedicated to providing a wide variety of community services. Our Community Engagement Programs are designed to build and maintain partnerships, trust, respect, create a dialogue with our community, provide educational resources and programs, and assist our community in reducing the opportunity for crime.
Block Club members understand that Safety is everyone's responsibility. Join the fun and become a Block Club Member!
Meetings - Contact an RA for meeting dates and times.
FRONT DESK STAFF POSITIONS
The Desk Assistant position is essential to the success of the students living in the residence hall. The Office of Housing and Residential Life is committed to building strong, inclusive communities within the residence hall and the Desk Assistants help make that happen. As a Housing and Residential Life staff member the Desk Assistants will provide a vital link between other Housing and Residential Life staff, students, Facilities Management and the general public. Housing and Residential Life staff will be committed to an educational approach in order to provide for the most meaningful experience for our residents. These positions are live-in positions.
HALL COUNCIL POSITIONS
First Street Hall Council and Riverfront Hall Council are fantastic opportunities to get involved in your residence hall community and serve in a leadership role. You’ll gain valuable leadership skills, lasting friendships, and unforgettable memories. While a part of hall council, you will help create events that foster social interactions for the other students living in the residence hall. These events have included movie nights, ice cream socials, Midnight Breakfast, UM-Flint’s Got Talent, Cupid’s Ball, and everything in between. The possibilities are endless! Hall Council is truly what you make it!
RESIDENT ADVISOR POSITIONS
The Resident Advisor leadership position is essential to the success of the students in the residence hall. The staff in Housing and Residential Life will be committed to an educational approach in order to provide for the most meaningful experience for our residents. One of the key responsibilities of an RA is that of a community builder. Community Building means getting to know your residents and other staff members, both individually and collectively, by investing time and energy into activities and events that will help facilitate the development of positive and meaningful relationships. This is a live-in position.