Student Leadership Development

Student Leadership


The Student Life Division at Rocky Mountain College is excited to help you discover where YOU might fit this summer and next school year. Getting involved with these programs and departments is a great way to be part of the Rocky family, to possibly help fund your education, and to grow as a leader. Each opportunity offers different personal and professional development benefits, so explore and possibly apply for more than one, to ensure that you find the right fit for you!

In addition to these opportunities – many offices and departments across campus will be recruiting and hiring other work study funded positions beginning in early-August. All work study positions will be posted in RMC CareerLink.


Chaplain & Office of Spiritual Life

Provides for the spiritual growth and wellbeing of the campus community through initiatives that encourage supportive community, conversation and learning, and faith put into action.

Student Leader for Diversity and Inclusion (apply in RMC CareerLink, search for job #13414):

  • Plan and facilitate programs that encourage inclusion and build awareness of diversity and equity on campus
  • Work with the Diversity and Inclusivity Task Force

Service Project Coordinator (apply in RMC CareerLink, search for job #16984): 

  • Plan and coordinate service projects and events that address social issues and promote community engagement and volunteerism.
  • Recruit volunteers for service projects and events
  • Support hunger and homelessness programming

Student Assistant for Spiritual Life (apply in RMC CareerLink, search for job #16983): 

  • Assist the Chaplain with various tasks such as maintaining social media communication
  • Assist with programs such as Cookie Table, Crafts for a Cause, and Coffee and Conversation
  • Plan and promote Spiritual Life events and activities
  • Collaborate with Service Project coordinators on volunteer opportunities

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Outdoor Recreation & Intramurals

Provides students opportunities and activities challenging to the individual and promoting wellness.  Experiences empower students to recreate independently and as a community. Students become more aware of themselves and their environment. 

Student Outdoor Recreation & Intramural Coordinator (start application process by emailing Tim Lohrenz at lohrenzt@rocky.edu

  • Assist the director with planning, promoting and executing a wide variety of recreational programming
  • Help manage gear check-out program
  • Help manage 4-7 Recreation Assistants

Recreation Assistant (start application process by emailing Tim Lohrenz at lohrenzt@rocky.edu

  • Assist with recreational programming
  • Help administer gear check-out program, repair and maintain gear

Challenge Activity Facilitator (start application process by emailing Tim Lohrenz at lohrenzt@rocky.edu

  • This is a short term volunteer opportunity
  • Assist with a myriad of events associated with New Student Orientation
  • Facilitate challenge activities during the Leadership Summit and New Student Orientation

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Rocktivities

The student activities department on campus, is devoted to creating, organizing, and implementing regularly-scheduled events for the student body. Each event aims at increasing students’ connection to the Rocky community.

Rocktivities Student Event Planner (apply through RMC CareerLink, search for job #16854)

  • work with other student team members to create, plan, implement and evaluate all student events sponsored by Rocktivities
  • work-study as well as non-work-study positions are available

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Office of Residence Life

To provide students with a safe residential living community that supports the academic experience through community responsibility and offers opportunities for success.
All Residence Life positions can be applied for at www.rocky.edu/joinourteam

Summer Resident Advisors 

  • On-campus students
  • Compensation on-campus housing
  • Administrative tasks, advising residents, front desk staffing, building security (on-duty), policy enforcement, programming

Resident Advisors 

  • On-campus Sophomore or above students
  • Stipend paid (do not have to be work-study eligible), housing, and meal plan
  • Administrative tasks, advising residents, building security (on-duty), policy enforcement, programming

Night Monitors 

  • On-campus students
  • Hourly work-study
  • Front desk staffing (building security monitoring, spare key check-outs, guest check-ins)

Student Custodian Maintenance Technicians

  • On-campus student
  • Discount on housing (do not have to be work-study eligible)
  • Weekend residence hall cleaning, campus on-call for after-hours cleaning needs

Wellness Programmers

  • On-campus students
  • Discount on housing (do not have to be work-study eligible)
  • Wellness programming for residence halls based around monthly theme (includes: events, bulletin boards, newsletters, and social media posting)
  • Stand Up RMC committee member 

Peer Review Board (Non-Residence Life position)

  •  RMC enrolled students (on and off-campus, multiple class standings, athletic teams and not on athletic teams)
  • Stipend paid (at the end of semester) (do not have to be work-study eligible)
  • Adjudicate reports of policy violations, suggest changes to conduct models and policy language

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Leadership, Engagement, and Achievement Program (LEAP)

Supports student development and growth by providing meaningful advocacy, intervention and counsel, as well as, social and academic support programming. Great opportunity to engage with students during their first year at Rocky.

All LEAP positions can be applied for at www.rocky.edu/leap and just click the Join Our Team button!

LEAP Peer Mentor Program

  • weekly one on one meetings with first-year RMC students
  • assists mentees with academic and personal growth
  • great way to improve leadership skills & build credentials
  • monthly stipend
  • available to on and off campus students

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