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Department of Student Programs
231 Plemmons Student Union
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608

Phone: (828)262-3032

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North Carolina Campus Compact www.compact.org

National Association of Campus Activities www.naca.org

Department of Student Programs - A Division of Student Development

Position Announcement: ACT Assistant Director for Community Service Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT)

 

Appalachian State University is seeking a dynamic, creative, energetic, organized professional to join a great team in working with a group of committed, intelligent and talented student leaders to plan, advertise and produce community service programs at one of the nation’s premier comprehensive universities.  The position reports to the ACT Associate Director and affords the unique opportunity of working with caring, experienced professionals in a team approach to meet local community needs through community service & service-learning.  ACT has a 25 year history of meeting local community needs by engaging students in the community.   The successful candidate will have responsibility for the coordination of ACT’s successful large-scale programming efforts, and oversight and advising of two leadership teams.  The position description and more information about the Department of Student Programs, ACT, and Appalachian State University is available at www.studentprograms.appstate.edu and www.act.appstate.edu.  ACT has a solid reputation regionally for developing outstanding student leaders, an active service-learning program, and maintaining positive & healthy relationships with our local Community Partners. ACT is well networked throughout the state of North Carolina through North Carolina Campus Compact, in addition to various national networks.

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A.C.T.
Appalachian & the Community Together is Appalachian State University's clearinghouse for community service, service-learning, and community-based research opportunities within the NC High Country area, as well as across the state, nation and world.                                                          

A.P.P.S.
The Appalachian Popular Programming Society is the student run programming board of Appalachian State University whose purpose is to serve as the all-campus programming organization.  A.P.P.S is responsible for the majority of entertainment brought to ASU.

Films at App
Appalachian State University is home to two theaters (Greer and Greenbriar) that show a wide variety of movies and films for students at low or no cost.