Student Leadership Opportunities

Days of Service Program Chair

  • Position Dates: February 2024-April 2024
  • Eligibility: Full-time undergraduate or graduate students 
  • Application Period: Accepting applications through Saturday, February 17th
  • Position Overview: DoS chairs are student leaders who have passions for community service, education, and social justice. They educate their cohort on the CSC’s principles of ethical service and on the community partner they will be working with that day. Chairs are responsible for ensuring the safe transport of volunteer groups from campus to site and back using CSC funding and/or transportation. DoS chairs are also expected to lead a short reflection activity with volunteers about their focus area in relation to the wider city. 


Community Service Center Program Manager

  • Employment Dates: January 2024 – May 2024
  • Compensation: Paid hourly, work-study students preferred
  • Eligibility: Full-time undergraduate students, including graduating seniors
  • Application Period: Accepting applications closed
  • Position Overview: The Program Managers (PMs) are essential and dynamic members of the Community Service Center (CSC) team. Under the mentorship of CSC Senior Staff (professional staff, senior program managers, graduate interns), PMs will build and shape the unique identity of our student-initiated community engagement programs, promoting social justice across Boston University, our neighboring communities, and beyond. PMs are responsible for planning and implementing high-impact service, education and reflection experiences that embody the mission of the CSC, Boston University Dean of Students, Boston University and our surrounding communities. Click here for the full position description. ***Work-study students are preferred.***