Leadership Opportunities with Student Life & Recreation

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Become the Leader You were Meant to Be!

We believe that it is essential to strengthen leadership skills by providing opportunities for students and future Adams State University students to learn about leadership from peer mentors.

We are especially proud of the Summer Latino Leadership Summit we host at Adams State.

You can even minor in Adventure Leadership and acquire technical leadership skills for employment in adventure based careers.

Find out more about Leadership possibilities at ASU:

Associated Student & Faculty Senate:

If you are looking for a position in Adams State University student body government AS&F, opportunities are available.

Please contact Ken Marquez at Office of Student Affairs: klmarque@adams.edu 719-587-7221

First Year Interest Groups:

If you would like to apply to be a FIG Mentor contact Masood Ahmad at 719-587-7858.

Grizzly Activities Board:

Positions include: president, vice president of programming, vice president of finance, vice president of marketing, vice president of collaboration, and secretary.

Executive Board members must be a member of GAB for at least one academic year. Committee heads must be a member of GAB for one academic semester.

Positions are available the first week in April. For more info contact the President of GAB at 719-587-7226.

New Student Orientation:

Orientation & Welcome Week is a student-run series of events. Planning begins in the early spring and continues through the summer.

If you would like to be a part of the Orientation Crew contact Masood Ahmad at 719-587-7858.

Resident Assistants:

Resident Assistant applications are available in the Housing Office. If you have any questions please contact Jeremy Taylor at 719-587-7227.

Other Leadership Opportunities & Events:

Internship Opportunities

Programming Specialist Internship:

The Programming Specialist internship prepares students for a wide range of opportunities in student services at the postsecondary level. This program provides students with an opportunity to develop first hand knowledge of student affairs professions and gain hands-on experience in Student Life and Recreation.  

Furthermore the Programming Specialist Internship program will allow a qualified student with significant campus leadership experience to gain added expertise in program design, implementation, and assessment. 

Working with experienced student affairs administrators the interns will improve the quality of campus life, foster a safe, healthy and respectful environment, support academic achievement and success, and promote leadership and civic engagement.   

If you are interested in applying contact Aaron Miltenberger. 

Student Life and Recreation Internship: