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Intercultural Advocates

Intercultural Advocates are peer paraprofessional staff of the Student Center for Inclusion and Culture (SCIC) and the LGBTQA Student Center. Intercultural Advocates are student leaders who encourage an inclusive and global environment at Drexel through education and outreach.

Intercultural Advocate Selection 2014-2015

The Student Center for inclusion and Culture (SCIC) and the LGBTQA Student Center are looking to hire Intercultural Advocates for the fall/winter and spring/summer terms of the 2014-2015 academic year. Students must have work-study funds and be in classes during the period of employment. We understand that work-study status may not be determined prior to the application deadline so we recommend students apply and then contact the office once you have access to your financial aid package.

SCIC and LGBTQA Student Center will take part in the Student Affairs Peer Leader Symposium on Friday, Sept. 19 and Saturday, Sept. 20 and will have a half day staff training session on Sunday, Sept. 21 from 1-7 p.m. Students will need to be available during these times as a condition of employment.  

Applications are considered in a rolling basis. Please complete both partsof the application. Step one includes the online application form and resume upload and step two is the submission of one recommendation. The recommendation may be completed Drexel professional staff or faculty member or a current or previous employer. If needed, another Student Affairs peer leader such as an RA, CA or Peer Advocate, may also complete a recommendation for you.

To fully submit an application, online forms must be completed by Monday, July 14 at 5 p.m. after which you will be contacted by SCIC for an in-person interview.

Intercultural Advocate job description [PDF]

Step 1: Intercultural Advocate Online Application

Step 2: Recommendation Form


For more information or questions about the Intercultural Advocate position, please contact Tatiana Diaz at