The Draper Center employs 20-25 student coordinators each year. Coordinators work with Draper Center staff to manage volunteers, to arrange program logistics, and to partner with community organizations. Coordinators focus on one to two programs throughout the year. Student Coordinator applications for the 2017-2018 school year will be available in early February.
Community Engagement Coordinators plan, develop and evaluate community work, events and opportunities, organize shuttle drivers to support all of the Center's programs, and prepare for and direct Alternative Spring Breaks.
Educational Outreach Coordinators organize campus programs for middle and high school students, and assist with educational outreach programs like Pomona Partners, LINC, and the Pomona College Academy for Youth Success (PAYS).
Community Based Research and Learning Coordinators examine community based research and learning programs on other college campuses, facilitate community based research and learning website, compose guidelines for community based research and learning classes, and coordinate activities of students in community based research and learning classes.
Media Coordinators create and maintain Draper Center social media accounts, foster on-campus awareness of programs and activities, and work closely with faculty and staff to effectively and efficiently market all Draper Center events. They coordinate publicity not related to community work.
Pomona College Academy for Youth Success (PAYS) Summer Program staff
Teacher Assistants support students inside and outside of the classroom.In a typical day, TAs collaborate with Pomona College professors and assist students with their math and Critical Inquiry homework. TAs also lead their own elective courses and live with the students in the residence halls.
Resident Advisor support students primarily while they are in residence in the residence halls and have the primary responsibility for the safety and well-being of students. RAs are also responsible for arranging nightly programming and Friday field trips.
Writing and Math Tutors attend math/critical inquiry classes M-Th on a rotating basis and holds late afternoon and evening homework sessions. In a typical day, the tutors will spend 1.5 hours in the classroom and in the afternoons and evenings, engages in homework activities.