overview of positions

club subcommittee

Clubs Marketing Coordinator

  Develop marketing campaigns for NAITSA Campus Clubs, provide marketing assistance through social media and graphic design, and mentor individual clubs
  Schedule and facilitate meetings with club leaders
  Assist team members with the NAITSA Campus Club Leadership Training Conferences/workshops
  Host hallway promotions for Campus Clubs services and work to build the Campus Activities Board brand on campus
  Assist in supporting weekly networking nights at the Nest (Club @ The Pub)

Clubs Coordinator
   Mentor club leaders and act as peer support to assist with event planning & logistics, grant writing, team building, and more
   Attend club events, lending assistance to club leaders as needed
   Encourage clubs to host weekly networking nights at the Nest (Club @ The Pub) and act as the lead for coordinating these events,
   Organize workshops, socials and networking evenings
   Assist team members with the NAITSA Campus Club Leadership    Training Conferences/workshops
   Host hallway promotions for Campus Clubs services and work to build the Ooks Life Team brand on campus

volunteer subcommittee

events subcommittee

Volunteer Coordinators

 Foster a culture on campus where students understand the importance of volunteering and giving back to the community
 Build relationships with non-profit partner organizations and on-campus stakeholders
 Coordinate events that allow students to volunteer together and add value to the community
 Communicate the importance of volunteering and current opportunities available to students
 Recruit and coordinate volunteers for a variety of initiatives and projects
 Administer the NAITSA Volunteer’s Program, including tracking student hours, maintaining records, and recognizing outstanding volunteers

Events Coordinators

 Act as the team lead for specific events, responsible for planning, setting up, tearing down, and post-event analysis
 Work closely with Promotions Coordinators to ensure understanding of event goals to help develop promotion plans
 Gather participant data & feedback at events to make recommendations for the future
 Engage with students at events to help foster friendships and fun
 Act as a brand ambassador for NAITSA events and the Ooks Life Team

promotions subcommittee

Involvement subcommittee

Promotions Coordinators

   Coordinate, plan and execute virtual and in-person promotions for various NAITSA events and initiatives
   Brainstorm out-of-the-box ideas for how to engage and communicate with students
   Be the team lead during event promotions, including coordinating and facilitating volunteers
   Act as a brand ambassador for NAITSA events and the Ooks Life Team

Involvement Coordinators
   Support students with the Ooks Life web platform and encourage them to participate in events & campus clubs.
   Work closely with Promotions Coordinators to develop and execute promotions plans to engage with students to bring awareness to Ooks Life initiatives such as the New Student Experience Path and Student Involvement Record.
   Assist new and existing campus clubs in navigating the Ooks Life platform for club operations.
   Act as a brand ambassador for the Ooks Life Team.

Summer positions

From May 10 to August 31, one Event Coordinator works a full-time position to complete projects in preparation for the upcoming Fall semester.

  The Event Coordinator will help plan events for the coming academic year. These events include the How-To series, themed weeks, wellness events, and new initiatives

  In September, the positions will shift back to part-time hours and continue working in the capacity they were initially hired for until the end of their term

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Welcome to the team! It is time to get started on your training and job shadowing.

  • 5 to 15 hours

This month will feature more training and shadowing the outgoing team members to learn what worked and where changes need to be made for the next school year.  

  • 10 to 15 hours

Put your experiences, perspectives, and training to work at the “Think Tank” retreat. This two-day event will stretch the grey matter in your brain to help NAITSA shape the campus experience for the next school year.

  • 15 hours: Think Tank ONLY

Start building your project plans while working off campus and communicating with your NAITSA supervisor over email & Microsoft Teams meetings.  

  • 5 to 15 hours

Project plans continue to be developed for the upcoming year.  

  • 10 to 30 hours

While working remotely, you’ll continue to work, finalize details of assigned project plans, and submit them for final approval to supervisors. All project charters are due at the end of August.

  • 30 to 55 hours

We like to caution students that September is one of the hardest months of the year. Routines are uprooted, and classes are in full swing. Student staff are busy learning to implement events/projects, including orientation. Students can utilize the Ooks Life Team room at the NAITSA office to work on their projects on campus.

  • 35 to 56 hours

The team has settled into the new routine and getting the hang of things. Shifts include events, promotions and project work.

  • 20 to 35 hours

Implement events, promotional campaigns, club, and volunteer initiatives as needed.

  • 15 to 30 hours 

Hours of work are decreased to allow student staff to focus on their academics. 

  • 5 to 12 hours

The holiday break is over and it’s time to welcome a new group of students to NAIT. Work expectations are similar to September, with a heavy focus on welcome activities. 

  • 20 to 40 hours

The workload is scaled back to accommodate Reading Week and midterms. 

  • 12 to 25 hours

March continues with business as usual, with the addition of wrapping up current projects and training the incoming Ooks Life Team.  

  • 20 to 32 hours

It’s time to wrap up the year and close out any projects. There are less work hours to focus on final exams and class projects. A key responsibility is helping to transition next year’s team. The end of your term is April 30, 2024.

  • 5 to 18 hours