top of page

Open Officer Positions
Services and Programming Team

Current Positions

Help encourage healing and positive coping outlets for survivors on campus by joining our inspiring and motivated team! All positions are volunteer positions. Undergraduate and Graduate students may be offered a nominal quarterly stipend to offset the cost of pursuing volunteer work. Successful volunteering provides a unique opportunity for professional development (including the possibility of letters of recommendation).

UCSB Undergraduate Co-Facilitator

Open to: UCSB Undergraduate Students 

Program Co-Facilitators work with our dedicated programming and services team to offer inclusive, accessible, and supportive programs to student survivors of interpersonal violence, including co-leading our seven-week workshop series, Thriving, Not Just Surviving. They collaborate with our entire team and directly interact directly with program participants weekly in the workshop, and as needed via email to offer additional support. 

Application Due: June 13th, 2024

Opportunities to engage directly with participants will depend on quarterly participation numbers.

Time Commitment: 4-6 hours per week

Graduate Programs Coordinator & Co-Facilitator

Open to: UCSB Graduate Students & UCSB Alum

This position serves as a workshop leader for our graduate student healing program - Thriving, Not Just Surviving, a healing workshop series for survivors of interpersonal violence. The program co-facilitators lead each workshop and collaborate on workshop logistics to provide a positive experience for all participants.

This volunteer position is open to graduate students and UCSB Alumni of all identities.

Time Commitment: 3-5 hours per week

 

Application Due: June 13th, 2024

Contact apply@thethrivinginitiative.org with any questions. 

Green Mountains

Services and Programming

Hear From Previous Officers

Vi- Undergraduate Co-Facilitator 2024

"Being a part of Thriving Not Just Surviving (TNJS) has been a rewarding experience as a Co-Facilitator and someone who's able to actively grow as a person throughout the workshops. I've learned a lot of beneficial ways to be mindful and received helpful guidance to healing that I may not have tuned into as actively without being in TNJS. Not only did I get to bond with peers a part of the Thriving Initiative and participants of the TNJS workshops, I got to learn more about myself throughout the academic year. TNJS has grounded me and I'm so proud to have committed to getting with such a safe community."

- Vi, Undergraduate Co-Facilitator 2024

bottom of page