Diversity Advocate

Supervisor and Contact Information 

Chris Haigh

Type of Student Work 

Both Federal Work Study and Leopard Work



Student Employer 

Student Affairs

Employer Location 

Flanagan Campus Center 026

Purpose of job, duties, and responsibilities. 

Work with Diversity Programs staff to produce diversity related programs and events throughout the academic year. Possible programs includes Diversity Week, the Women’s Leadership Series, and the Beloved Community Social Justice Retreat; as well as movies screenings, performances, speakers and informational displays.  Promote and maintain the Intercultural Center and Prayer/Meditation Room in the Flanagan Campus Center.  Additional responsibilities include office functions, such as copying and data entry, social media support, and representing the office at Open Houses, Accepted Student Days and Orientation.


A demonstrated commitment to engaging in topics of social justice and diversity, with a willingness to learn, is essential.  Must be willing to take initiative, able to juggle multiple projects, be  detail-oriented, responsible, and dedicated to providing quality programs to the Wentworth community.  Some irregular hours, nights and weekends, may be required. Applicant must be able to perform duties with limited supervision. Office experience and basic graphic design ability are helpful.

Applicants are expected to remain in the position for the entirety of the semester. 

5 – 15 hours per week, varies depending on project and programming needs.