Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in working with Fraternity & Sorority Life at the University of Kentucky! Our office includes three professional staff members and a variety of interns, student workers, and graduate assistants. Details about each position can be found below. For more information, contact Emily Britt at emily.britt@uky.edu.


Internships

Fraternity & Sorority Life has two standing intern positions and frequently hosts student interns for special projects and activities. If you are interested in doing an internship in Fraternity & Sorority Life, other than the social media positions, contact Emily Britt at emily.britt@uky.edu.

Success Review Program Intern

The Fraternity & Sorority Life Office have identified four key areas of chapter function that will serve as the pillars of the University of Kentucky community. These areas are: Academic Excellence, Chapter Growth, Member Development, and Member Wellness. Each of these areas encompasses programs hosted by the office, governing councils, and member chapters; however, the focus of the Fraternity & Sorority Life Office is not just on programming but on the culture of the community in these areas. Our goal is to help chapters reach success by building a culture that supports each area clearly within their chapter and community at large. The Success Review program is a new initiative designed to help our community and individual chapters understand where our strengths as well as opportunities for improvement lie. A full description of the program can be found here.

The Fraternity & Sorority Life Office at the University of Kentucky is seeking interns to assist with the implementation and evaluation of a newly developed Success Review program for fraternities and sororities at the institution. This internship is unpaid, but can be used for course credit. The internship can occur in the Fall and/or Spring semesters of the academic year. Interested applicants should complete the application found here and contact Emily Perrin Britt at emily.britt@uky.edu with any questions.

Ideal candidates for the position will be graduate students in higher education or related fields with experience in assessment, marketing, and/or advising chapters. Interns should be self-starters who are eager to have a hands on role with a real project that assists the development of fraternity and sorority chapters and their leadership. Additionally, candidates with experience in fraternity and sorority life will be preferred.

Social Media Interns

The Fraternity & Sorority Life Social Media Interns are hired to assist with managing the Fraternity & Sorority Life social media accounts, website, blog, and publications. Special projects for these interns include working on promotions for special events, developing content for the upcoming Fraternity & Sorority Life blog, and revamping office publications. Internships are unpaid, but are available for course credit. 


Greek Ambassadors

Greek Ambassadors are current undergraduate members of UK fraternities and sororities who assist the office with promotions and recruitment events. Ambassadors are selected through an application and interview process by the Fraternity & Sorority Life staff. Their primary duties include working Preview Nights for Undergraduate Admissions and Involvement Fairs sponsored on-campus each year. In addition to these events, the ambassadors assist with developing publications and information for prospective students, parents, and the community. 

Applications for Ambassador positions are accepted each January and can be found here.


Student Worker Positions

Fraternity & Sorority Life employs one student worker during the academic year and six in the summers to assist with recruitment for IFC and Panhellenic. 

Fraternity & Sorority Life Office Assistant

This position works during the academic year to assist with administrative activities and customer service in the office. Duties primarily focus on assistance with managing membership records, financial transactions for the councils, and answering phone calls in the office. The office assistant position is a federal work study position.

Summer Recruitment Assistants

Each summer IFC and Panhellenic hire students to assist with the preparations for Fall recruitment. IFC President and Vice President of Recruitment work for the council to prepare everything from Orientation presentations to the logistics of Fall recruitment events. Panhellenic hires up to six students to coordinate their Formal Membership Recruitment in August. The Recruitment Staff for Panhellenic includes the President, President-Elect, Vice President of Recruitment, and Vice President of Recruitment-Elect. In addition to the Recruitment Staff, Panhellenic hires staff to assist with the registration process and behind the scenes logistics for recruitment


Graduate Assistantships

Fraternity & Sorority Life regularly hires Graduate Assistants to work with the professional staff to advise the governing councils, assist with programming efforts, and do special research projects. The primary roles for the graduate assistant is to assist with research projects and initiatives in assessment and bench marking for office programs and goals. 


Professional Staff

Our professional staff members include a Director and two Assistant Directors of Fraternity & Sorority Life. To learn more about these positions, visit our Staff page here.

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