SRRC VIP - VOLUNTEER AND COMMUNITY INTERN
Apply now to become a 2016-2017 SRRC VIP!
Applicant Information
First Name
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Last Name
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Student ID Number
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UC Davis Email Address
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Telephone Number
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Gender Pronouns
they/them, he/his, she/hers
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Major(s)
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Minor(s)
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Class Level
Ex: 1st year, 2nd year, 1st year transfer, 5th year graduating senior
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Are you interested in becoming a Volunteer and/or Community Intern?
SRRC Community Programs
The SRRC is composed of seven community programs all striving toward educational equity
Please select the community programs you are interested in becoming a VIP for.
Please select all that apply
Project Opportunities
Retention & Academic Support – Retention interns support peer led initiatives focused on increasing educational equity for underserved communities. Additional tasks include but are not limited to event promotion, assessment and facilitating inter and cross community dialogues. Students with an interest in community organizing or ethnic studies are encouraged to apply.

Recruitment – Recruitment interns work collaboratively with program coordinators by attending weekly outreach visits to middle school, high school or community colleges. Recruitment interns assist in the planning of youth/transfer conferences and creating a comprehensive syllabus based on students needs. Students with an interest in education are encouraged to apply.

Administrative – Administrative interns will assist with the management of program logistics, budgeting, communication and the recruitment of volunteers. Administrative interns should be detail oriented and have a willingness to learn how to use various databases.

Student Director – Student Director interns will gain hands on leadership experience via program assessment, and management. Students with an interest in community organizing, political science or ethnic studies are encouraged to apply.

Graphics & Marketing – Graphic & Marketing interns will work across programs with a coordinator to design multiple forms of media publicizing the SRRC and its initiatives. Students with an interest in marketing and graphic design are encouraged to apply. (Applicable to entire SRRC, not a single program).

Campus Visits – Campus Visit interns will be expected to assist in organizing and leading tours for non-UCD students and become familiar with the resources available at UCD. Students with a love of the UCD campus and an interest in tourism or ethnic studies are encouraged to apply. (Applicable only to Collective).

Fil-Am Pages- coming soon!

SEA Pages- coming soon!

Check all of the project opportunities you are interested in being a Volunteer or Community Intern for
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Based on the Project Opportunities listed above, please list your primary preference and why.
ex: Campus Visits - I love UCD and want to help get to know the campus
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Are you comfortable with being contacted by any of the SRRC programs seeking volunteers for an event?
If you answered maybe, please explain why
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Thank you for completing the 2016-2017 VIP application.
VIP's are the backbone of the SRRC, we look forward to having you join our extended family. Remember approved VIP's will have to attend a mandatory orientation. If you have any questions please contact Loretta Bonifacio ldbonifacio@ucdavis.edu or Mayra Llamas mllamas@ucdavis.edu or stop by the SRRC.
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