Barry University prepares graduates to become 21st century leaders, advocates for social change, and active citizens in their communities. Students who get involved in the various programs and positions below practice leadership skills, create professional networks, build their resumes, and have fun with friends. We encourage you to browse the options and reach out to us if you have any questions.
Bucky the Mascot
The Bucky Spirit Award was established to aid Barry University students who believe that they have what it takes to be one of the most important members of the Barry U Community: Bucky the Mascot.
Must be a full-time student at Barry University and demonstrate a commitment to school spirit through working various events as Bucky the Mascot. Recipients will be required to complete a minimum number of events to maintain scholarship.
Scholarship Amount: $1600/semester
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student run organization in the Office of Student Life. The purpose is to provide quality entertainment and activities to the student community, while creating a vibrant, high energy atmosphere. Want to join in on the fun? Apply for one of our life changing positions, such as Director of Social Party Planning or engage with our partners as our Director of Social Media and Student Community Involvement, just to name a few. To review a complete list of available positions and descriptions please click the application link below! Go Bucs!
Requirements: Applicants must have a 2.5 GPA & Federal Work Study Eligible.
Scholarship Amount: $1600/semester
Contact: Clarence Jones ClJones@Barry.edu
The Office of Student Life is currently seeking Federal Work-Study Commuter Assistants to support the Graduate Assistant and department with programs, events/activities and services for Commuter Students. Commuter Assistants will provide services and maintenance of two Commuter Lounges. These students will serve as a resource for all commuter happenings and support staff with events including set-up and breakdown.
Requirements: Federal Work-Study Eligible
ELP Peer Mentor
Peer Mentors are upperclassmen facilitators for the Emerging Leadership Program, responsible for coordinating activities with their mentees and assisting with freshmen students' transition during the fall semester. Peer Mentors will be assigned 2-3 mentees that they will meet with throughout the program.
Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are eligible to apply. Peer Mentors must attend 2 trainings and participate in all six ELP sessions
Greek Life Assistant
The Office of Student Life is currently seeking Federal Work-Study Greek Life Assistant to assist with the overall management and development of fraternities and sororities. This individual will be responsible for assisting with the maintenance of Greek bulletins, directories, and other publications. They will also be required to attend specified meeting/events and provide administrative assistance as needed.
Requirements: Federal Work-Study Eligible
Orientation Leader (O-Team)
Orientation Leaders are upperclassmen students who welcome new and transfer students to the Barry community. Orientation Leaders are responsible for 20-40 new students and serve as mentors during the Orientation process. Orientation Leaders serve as liaisons to all guests during Orientation including parents and families.
Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are eligible to apply. Orientation Leaders must be in good judicial and academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.7 or higher. Orientation Leaders are required to attend Fall and Spring Orientations as well as weeklong trainings prior to Orientation.
The Peer Ministry program provides an opportunity for student leaders to participate with Campus Ministry in its work of faith formation and retreats, interreligious affairs, service and justice opportunities, and supporting the overall spiritual and religious needs of the Barry community. Peer Ministers have an expressed desire to grow in their faith and support the faith of others. Peer Ministers make a commitment to support Campus Ministry’s mission and programs and to meet on a regular basis for training, reflection, and prayer.
Contact: Karen Stalnaker firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistants are full-time graduate or undergraduate students who live in the residence halls to assist students in their academic and personal development. The Resident Assistant works toward developing and maintaining a community environment in which students can best meet their academic responsibilities. Resident Assistants will implement a wide variety of programming to facilitate community building, perform emergency on call rotation, and perform administrative duties as well as other aspects identified by the Housing and Residence Life Department.
Requirements: 2.75 cumulative and semester GPA, good judicial standing with the University, have completed one semester at Barry University (12 credits), application to be submitted electronically, resume (reviewed by the Career Development Center), 2 letters of recommendation, must be available for individual and group interview process on the specified dates.
Application Information: http://www.barry.edu/housing/housing-staff/raselection.html
Compensation: Room and Meal Plan, valued at approximately $13,000 per academic year
Note: The RA Selection process takes place each semester and always for the following year; i.e. Fall 2020 RA Selection Process is to hire Resident Assistants for Fall 2021.
Student Mission Leader
The role of Student Mission Leaders is to facilitate event programming and office management in the Office of Mission Engagement. This position requires an interest in event planning and desire to advance the Barry University Mission and Core Commitments. Student Mission Leader positions include Marketing Assistant, Event Assistant, Sustainability Assistant, and Leadership Assistant. Full Positions Description.
Requirements: Federal Work Study eligible and complete the hiring evaluation process
Contact: Krystle Key email@example.com
Student Organization Council Involvement Consultant
The Student Organization Council (SOC) is an organization that oversees all the clubs and organizations on campus. SOC believes that an individual’s decision to get involved on campus is vital to truly enjoy their years at Barry, and essential to flourish beyond their college life. Involvement Consultants will be tasked with assisting clubs and organizations in various capacities such as recruitment, event planning, and marketing.
Requirements: Applicants must have a 2.5 GPA & Federal Work Study Eligible
Student Wellness Ambassador Team (SWAT)
Campus Recreation and Wellness has the important role of keeping the Barry University Community fit, healthy, and having fun. The Student Wellness Ambassador Team ("SWAT") of work-study students are advocates in promoting and executing events, sharing health information, and motivating students, faculty and staff to live a well-rounded and healthy well-being.
Requirements: Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are eligible to apply.
Application Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
TRACKS Peer Facilitator
The TRACKS Peer Facilitator position is open to all Barry University undergrad and graduate students that are interested in furthering their inclusive leaderships skills. Facilitators will be trained on the Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) model to facilitate the program with high school and college students. More Information.
Requirements: Applicants must have participated in at least one complete TRACKS IDG Program.
Contact: Carolina Rios email@example.com