Student Life

Open Interviews for Center for Community Outreach Positions

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 12, 2017) — The Center for Community Outreach (CCO) at University of Kentucky is looking for driven and community service focused students to join the CCO as coordinators or program-specific executive members. As a coordinator or executive team member, students will assist in developing programs and initiatives by planning events with the director of the program. They will also make a difference with volunteer work around the Lexington community and leave an impact on the campus.

The CCO will be one of the first organizations on campus to host open interviews next week for students interested in positions or if students just want to come to learn more about the CCO and its programs. 

The open interviews will take place on Sept. 14, 2017. 

The two locations and times are as follows: 

  • 10 a.m.-1 p.m., The 90 Room 226; and 
  • 4-7 p.m., White Hall Classroom Building Room 246.

The interviews are casual. Candidates are asked to bring a resume or a list of experiences, skills or ideas that they have that would enhance the Center for Community Outreach.

"We're extremely excited to host open interviews for our coordinator and program specific executive teams," said Chelsea Carter, director of Public Relations. "I can't wait to meet students that are eager to learn more about the CCO and how they make a difference and impact in the Lexington community!"

Students interested in a position who can not make the open interviews can still apply at coordinator position or program specific executive position online.

If you have any questions, visit www.ukcco.org/getinvolved or email Chelsea Carter at publicrelations.ukcco@gmail.com

The CCO seeks to serve, connect and unite the University of Kentucky with the surrounding community in collaborative efforts to promote lifelong community service. For more information about the CCO, visit www.ukcco.org.

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