Student Leadership Recruitment
Leave your mark by getting involved!
Represent your fellow students, plan awesome events and leave your mark at Fresno
State – getting involved is a great way to make the most of your college career!
Information on the application for the 2019-2020 volunteer leadership opportunities coming soon!
Student Involvement Center
Campus Involvement Ambassadors
Support and motivate students to get involved!
CIAs have advised thousands of students to get involved, through classroom presentations and one-on-one interest sessions where students receive recommendations customized for their interests!
Off-Campus Student Life Board
Help improve the off-campus student life experience
Advise the University on the needs of students who commute to campus and plan events
geared to supporting the transportation, financial and familial needs of off-campus
USU Board of Directors
Become a champion for the student voice!
Represent students in all matters related to your student union, the USU! Assist with
managing a budget of $2 million and gain marketing and public relations experience
promoting student features, events and services!
Plan three days of food and fun for 50,000 attendees!
Be a part of the student team that plans Fresno State's largest annual event! From
the performance stage to the food and game booths, Vintage Days is three days of food
and fun for all ages!
Contact Student Involvement at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559.278.2741 for questions, or stop by our office in University Student Union, room 306.
Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning
Lead. Plan. Reflect. Become a Richter Center Student Leader!
The Richter Center is recruiting student leaders for the 2018-19 academic year. There
are four programs to choose from, including:
Richter Center Ambassadors
Ambassadors nurture and promote Fresno State's culture of service.
Reflection Facilitators (ReFs)
ReFs facilitate discussions at one-day service events to help students make meaning from their experience.
Service Learning Coaches
Coaches facilitate orientations and reflections workshops for students enrolled in Fresno State service-learning courses.
The SERVE Committee plans one-day service events to help students get involved with the community.
Student Health and Counseling CenterPeer Ambassadors of Wellness
Promote the health and wellness of you fellow Fresno State students!
The Peer Ambassadors of Wellness (PAWs) develop and implement activities and presentations focused on topics like stress, anxiety, nutrition, depression, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Student Health Advisory Committee
Represent student voice in issues related to health and wellness!
Serve on a committee made up of students, staff and faculty to provide recommendations regarding the operations and services of the Student Health and Counseling Center and assessing the campus climate on health and wellness.
For questions, contact Melissa Norris (email@example.com) or by calling 559.278.6727.