Student Leadership and Employment Opportunities

Join Our Team

Do you want to find your campus community, gain leadership and career readiness skills, and get paid?

Student Life and Leadership offers a multitude of different jobs for PCC students. Learn leadership skills, make a difference, have fun, earn college credit, and get paid while working in a Student Life and Leadership Position.

Our Student Staff

  • Plan and coordinate events and programs
  • Facilitate workshops, reflection, and dialogues
  • Build partnerships with community and campus partners
  • Consult and advise peers on community and civic engagement and leadership topics
  • Gain experience in project management, marketing, and teamwork
  • Learn about leadership, service, sustainability, social change, and justice

What We Look For

  • Enthusiasm for building community
  • Compassion
  • Communication skills
  • Organization skills
  • Commitment to self-development and community development
  • Desire to learn about and support engagement, sustainability, leadership, and social justice

What You Will Gain

In this position, you’ll gain transferrable leadership and career readiness skills that support you in being future-ready:

  • Problem-solving and critical thinking
  • Communication
  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Project management and event planning
  • Facilitation and public speaking
  • Equity, justice, and inclusion
  • Technology

Employment Opportunities

Apply by Sunday, May 5, 2024, by 11:59pm (application will remain open until positions are filled).

Marketing Student Assistant
Engagement Leader
Clubs Program Engagement Leader
Passive Programming Leader
Engagement Desk Assistant
Basic Needs, Sustainability & Leadership (BNSL) Student Ambassador
Civic Leadership Development Student Leader

Leadership Opportunities

ASPCC Senate
Student Trustee

If you have any questions regarding the positions or employment at SLL, please reach out to

Be sure to connect to us on Instagram and sign up for our updates to learn about upcoming offerings on PantherHub. Generally, our application process for the following academic year begins at the start of Spring term.

Need Support Preparing a Resume?

You may need to have a resume for your application. If you would like to know more about creating a resume, please contact the Career Services Center.

Ways the Career Services Center can help:

  • Improve your resume. Get help with your cover letter and other career topics one-on-one. The Career Services Center offers consultations with career assistants who can answer your questions about resumes, cover letters, and finding a job on campus.
  • Practice interviewing. Learn interview strategies with a specialist. Improve interviewing skills with Interviewprep (video-based interview software)

Visit for more tips on interviewing, job searching, and resumes. Questions? Contact