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TNT Dynamites Selection Process

Student Housing and Residence Life is excited to announce that we are currently in the process of hiring for the TNT Dynamite Team for the 2019-2020 academic year. We encourage those that are interested to review the selection information included below. If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact Assistant Director for Residence Life, Shelley Marshall, at shelley.marshall@csueastbay.edu.

TNT Dynamites are responsible for the development of large-scale programming events for Student Housing & Residence Life that are inclusive of our diverse population. The TNT Dynamite team consists of 1 Senior Program Director, 3 Program Directors and 1 Marketing Director. The Senior Program Director is responsible for running team meetings and helping to provide lead work direction for the other TNT Dynamites while also developing and leading programs. The Program Directors are responsible for developing and leading programs in conjunction with the TNT Dynamite Team. The Marketing Director is responsible for the creation of all marketing materials for TNT events.

Step by Step Guide for Applying to Be a TNT Dynamite

Step 1:

Read through the Terms and Conditions of the position to ensure the following:

1)      You fully understand the requirements and expectations of the position

2)      You meet the minimum qualifications to be considered

3)      You are available for all required staff meetings, training, etc

Click Here for Terms and Conditions document

Step 2:

Attend the TNT information session. This information session is optional but highly encouraged for those that want to have a better understanding of the positions and the selection process.

Information Session: December 4, 2018 @ 8:00pm in Lassen Community Room

Step 3:

Complete an online application by Sunday, January 27, 2019. Please note the application includes a resume and a short answer question that will be reviewed as part of the pre-screening process. For the Marketing Director, we also ask that you attach an example of a marketing item you have created (flyer, poster, etc) which will be reviewed as part of the pre-screening process. 

Step 4:

Applications will be pre-screened. This includes completing a GPA and conduct check as well as a review of the application essay.

Step 5:

After pre-screening, all candidates who are moved forward in the process will be asked to sign-up for a 20-30 minute interview.

Interviews will take place between Friday, February 8, 2019 and Tuesday, February 12, 2019. For those offered an interview the deadline to sign-up for an interview time is Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

Step 6:

In order for us to make an offer, all candidates being considered for a position must complete and clear a livescan. You will be emailed details regarding how to complete the livescan as well as a date by which it needs to be completed should you be advanced to this step. Please note you will not be charged to complete this livescan.

Step 7:

Those who are offered a position should expect to receive an offer letter via email around March 1, 2019. Please note you cannot be officially hired until you have accepted the position. The deadline to accept will be included in your offer letter.

Step 8:

Those that accept their offer will need to complete a hiring packet. Details regarding pick-up and completion of this packet will be emailed to you once you have accepted the position.

Residence Hall Association Executive Board Selection Process

Student Housing and Residence Life is excited to announce that we are currently in the process of hiring for the Residence Hall Association Executive Board for the 2019-2020 academic year. We also have a current opening for the Vice President of Communications for the 2018-2019 academic year. We encourage those that are interested to review the selection information included below. If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact Assistant Director for Residence Life, Shelley Marshall, at shelley.marshall@csueastbay.edu.

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is a student government representing all students living on-campus. RHA is structured around the importance of providing student representation and input in the decisions that affect residents. It is also the umbrella organization for the Area Councils - the student governments in each building. RHA coordinates events, advocates for residents, and holds regular assembly meetings and occasional town halls both of which are open to all residents. RHA has a seven member student Executive Board that organizes events and facilitates RHA committees and bi-weekly general assembly meetings. General Assembly meetings provide RHA and Area Council members an opportunity to discuss issues and plan events together. All residents are welcome to attend these meetings to raise issues and provide input.

The organization has seven student Executive Board members who are hired through Student Housing and Residence Life. This is both a leadership opportunity as well as a job with expectations and responsibilities.

The RHA Executive Board consists of the following positions:

  • President
  • Vice President of Communication (Marketing & Conferences)
  • Vice President of Internal Affairs (Student Advocate)
  • Vice President of External Affairs (Campus Outreach)
  • Vice President of Programming (Event Planning)
  • Vice President of Administration (Secretary)
  • Vice President of Finance (Treasurer)

Step by Step Guide for Applying to Be on the Residence Hall Association Executive Board

Step 1:

Read through the Terms and Conditions of the position to ensure the following:

1)      You fully understand the requirements and expectations of the position

2)      You meet the minimum qualifications to be considered

3)      You are available for all required staff meetings, trainings, etc

Terms and Conditions document

Step 2:

Attend an RHA information session. This information session is optional but highly encouraged for those that want to have a better understanding of the positions.

Information Sessions:

December 6, 2018 @ 7:00pm in Lassen Community Room

January 22, 2018 @ 6pm in Lassen Community Room

Step 3:

Complete an online application by Sunday, January 27, 2019. Please note the application includes short answer questions that will be reviewed as part of the pre-screening process.

Step 4:

Applications will be pre-screened. This includes completing a GPA and conduct check as well as a review of the application essay.

Step 5:

After pre-screening, all candidates who are moved forward in the process will be asked to sign-up for a 30 minute interview. Interviews will take place between February 7-9, 2019.

Step 6:

In order for us to make an offer, all candidates being considered for a position must complete and clear a livescan. You will be emailed details regarding how to complete the livescan as well as a date by which it needs to be completed should you be advanced to this step. Please note you will not be charged to complete this livescan.

Step 7:

Those who are offered a position should expect to receive an offer letter via email around March 1, 2019. Please note you cannot be officially hired until you have accepted the position. The deadline to accept will be included in your offer letter.

Step 8:

Those that accept their offer will need to complete a hiring packet. Details regarding pick-up and completion of this packet will be emailed to you once you have accepted the position.

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