EDIC Student Ambassador Opening

We are currently not hiring. Please check back in during the Fall Quarter of 2024 for potential openings. 


The Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Community (EDIC) is looking to hire student ambassadors for the EDIC Center. This in-person position will assist the Office of EDIC in its mission and values. 

The position will typically work around 10 - 12 hours a week. All student ambassadors are paid the City of Seattle minimum wage of $18.69 per hour. 

To apply, please fill out this form. Application closes November 3rd. We will begin interview outreach the following week (November 6th through November 9th). 

If you have any questions, please reach out to EDIC.Central@seattlecolleges.edu.

Read below for the full job description. 

Position Summary: 

EDIC Center is a space dedicated to creating connections, navigating systems, and promoting engagement opportunities in the service of student success and agency.  Our office offers learning and leadership opportunities for our Student Ambassadors and all students that utilize our office. As an EDIC student ambassador, you will help support our mission and value of equity, diversity, inclusion, and community.  


Essential Functions: 

  • ​​​​​​Provide accurate, timely information and referrals to walk-in, phone, and email inquiries 

  • ​Track number of students/staff/community members served on the ‘Contact Count’ sheet  

  • ​Help students build connections and understand resources/support programs 

  • ​Create and refresh EDIC poster board 

  • ​Maintain a clean, orderly office environment 

  • ​Restock free hygiene products cabinet 

  • ​Assist with Central EDIC and District EDIC events and programs 

  • ​Participate on student committees, student success initiatives, and special projects, as needed 

  • ​Attend weekly one on one with supervisor 


Required Education, Experience, and Abilities: 

  • ​​​Must be or plan to be enrolled in a minimum of 10 Seattle Central credit hours each quarter (excluding Summer quarter) 

  • ​Must have attended one quarter at Seattle Central prior to applying to this position 

  • ​Must have and maintain at least a 2.5 quarterly/cumulative GPA 

  • ​An eagerness to work with and serve students of all backgrounds: cultural, ethnic, religious, political, gender identity, academic pursuits, and all other ways we define our uniqueness 

  • ​Strong written and verbal communication skills in English (English language learners welcome) 

  • ​Ability to bring unique skills and perspective to expand the diversity of the group.​ 

  • ​Desire to help others 

  • ​Willingness to learn, be proactive, motivated and self-starter  

  • ​Required Attendance at  

  • ​Central EDIC events 

  • ​Students of Color Conference​ 

  • ​​Must be available in-person for Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters​ 8-12 hours/week, during the hours of 9 AM -5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. 

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