About Residence Life and Housing

Pre-College ACUHO-i Intern

The Pre-College ACUHO-i Intern works in conjunction with the Office of International and Summer Programs and the Office of Residence Life and Housing to support the Emory College Pre-College program. The Pre-College ACUHO-i Intern experience will provide an unparalleled experience working and learning in a summer pre-college program at a mid-sized private university. The Intern will learn and develop new skill sets while contributing knowledge from previous expereinces at other institutions, work closely with and supervise students from Emory, and collaborate with various students and staff rom the Division of Campus Life and Emory College of Arts and Sciences.

This position reports directly to the Complex Director responsible for the Pre-College Program. The Office of Residence Life and Housing strives to combine a fun and enjoyable working environment with significant learning and growth opportunities, as well as a competitive benefits package.

The Office of Residence Life and Housing will hire one (1) ACUHO-i Intern for the Pre-College Program.



Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

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Employment Dates

Employment begins May 18, 2015 and ends August 5, 2015. From the beginning of employment until Pre-College RA training begins, the successful candidate will spend 30 hours a week on programmatic set up. For the duration of the Pre-College program, the candidate should expect to spend a significant amount of time working nights, weekends, and holidays.

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Please submit the following to apply:

Printed resumes/cover letters may also be left with the receptionist at Raoul Hall.


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Additional Information

For additional information, please contact:

Anne Herold, Complex Director
Office of Residence Life
Emory University
DUC/Drawer B
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: 404.712.9465
Email: anne.herold@emory.edu


Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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