SEACLEAR is hiring for 2013-14 STAFF! Apply NOW!

Looking for experience in student leadership? Looking for a job? Check out SEA CLEAR, where both student leadership and professional work experiences are combined.
SEA CLEAR 2013-2014 Staff Applications have been extended!  Applications will be accepted from now until May 26th, 2013 at 9 PM.
*Note: Letter of Recommendation is now OPTIONAL.  Details below:
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SEA CLEAR Project Staff Hiring
About SEA CLEAR: The retention project, Southeast Asian Campus Learning Education and Retention (SEA CLEAR), was founded in 1998 as a student-initiated, student-run effort established and supported by the Vietnamese Student Union at UCLA. SEA CLEAR, along with other student retention projects in the Student Retention Center, is committed to address the issue of student retention at UCLA through our holistic development philosophy. The project serves students from the Southeast Asian community, ranging from at-risk to dismissed students, from freshmen to transfers, to ensure that they are supported in their pursuits on-campus. We provide services such as peer counseling, mentorships, internships, study hall opportunities, writing success counseling, transfer support and other services to all students from diverse backgrounds. We promote self-sufficiency and leadership development through our resources, and we are truly excited for you to join our team. We are committed to 100 percent retention of all students at UCLA.
APPLICATION DUE: 9 PM, SUNDAY, May 26th, 2013; Work Study Available!
INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD: Week 9 of Spring Quarter
Questions/Concerns? If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application or position, please contact Caresse Vuong, VSU Retention Coordinator, at caressevuong@gmail.com or (858) 356-7190 or Layhannara Tep, Project Director, at ltep@cpo.ucla.edu. In addition feel free to contact anyone on staff – our cubicle is located in SAC 105D.
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Note: Positions are for the 2013-2014 academic year. There will be mandatory project staff training over summer. Employment begins July 1st, 2012