Senior Fellows

Your 2023-24 greeNDot Senior Fellows are:

  • Megan Keenan

  • Sydney Shoemaker

  • Beatriz Silva

  • Honey Stukes

  • Martin Ta

  • Nicole Weiss

  • Matthew Wolff

  • Laurynas Zavistanavicius

Applications for 2023-24 Senior Fellows is closed. Applications will reopen in March 2024 for the 2024-25 year.

Below is the job description. 

POSITION TITLE: 2023-24 greeNDot Senior Fellow


The greeNDot Steering Committee is seeking 10 senior year greeNDot Fellows for the 2023-24 Academic Year. The focus of this fellowship is to work collaboratively with staff on the greeNDot Steering Committee to create culture change and support greeNDot initiatives on campus. Senior Fellows will participate in professional and leadership development as well as opportunities to work collaboratively with peers, greeNDot Steering Committee staff members and campus partners to design and implement programming initiatives. Each Senior Fellow will be assigned a special project to develop and implement for the campus community. Other duties and responsibilities are further outlined below.


Senior Fellowships are open to all members of the class of 2024 who will be living on campus for the duration of the 2023-2024 academic year. 

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS: All Senior Fellows will 

  • Work 8 hours a week, including some evenings and weekends and will receive a stipend of $4500 as compensation, paid out over the course of the academic year
  • Participate in mandatory cohort trainings, meetings, and professional development workshops
  • Support the Program Director for New Student Engagement with various events and activities related to Welcome Weekend 2023. Welcome Weekend responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the Student Services Resource Fair, Official University Welcome and Cookout, Moreau First-Year Experience Kick-Off, Class Photo, DomerFest, Student Social, First Trip to the Grotto, and Day of Community
  • Move in early, along with the rest of the Welcome Weekend staff, and are expected to be available at all times, from their move-in date through the end of the day on Monday, August 21, 2023


Required Skills and Experience

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including demonstrated success with public speaking, training in basic listening skills, and professional writing and editing skills
  • Proficient in word processing/PowerPoint, database management, and graphic design
  • Documented experience with social media platforms
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and be self-motivated
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Ability to multitask and balance multiple projects at once
  • Availability to work during the day with some evening and weekend shifts as needed
  • Must have completed the 4-hour greeNDot Bystander Intervention Training or willing to be trained before September 1, 2023

Work Style

  • Strong commitment to collaborative work
  • Inclusive and welcoming to all students and faculty/staff
  • Willingness to seek guidance when needed and adapt to changing campus community needs

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with the greeNDot program and understanding of what power based personal violence is
  • Previous experience with quantitative and qualitative research methodologies
  • Previous experience in a peer advisor or mentor role (e.g., Hall Council, Dorm Commissioner,  FYS Peer Mentor, etc.)
  • Previous experience planning and implementing initiatives on campus
  • Track record of success working independently and creatively to identify opportunities, challenges, and solutions

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