If you have a passion working with students, and will be living off-campus for the 2022-2023 academic year, then we have opportunities for you to join our team. Beyond the Diag is a program within the Dean of Students Office that provides information, support, and resources to students living off-campus. We plan a variety of events, activities, and student-led programming, as well as provide responsive support to students experiencing concerns or difficulties while living off-campus housing. We work closely with other teams and units across campus, as well as a number of community-based organizations and groups, to organize events, communicate important messages, and develop new opportunities for student engagement.
There are several opportunities to join the Beyond the Diag team for the 2022-2023 academic year, depending on your level of knowledge and experience.
Neighborhood Ambassador: Reside in one of the near-campus neighborhoods. Our neighborhood ambassadors serve as liaisons that connect off-campus students to University resources and coordinate the planning and execution of specific events. Click here for more information and to apply
Program Assistant: Provide leadership, administrative support, and innovative guidance to the team, and give input on event planning and program development. Click here for more information and to apply
Graduate Assistant: This role is newly-created, and will provide direct assistance and support to the Program Manager in developing programming and activities, as well as assisting with program research and planning, and helping to develop strategic priorities. Click here for more information and to apply
Beyond The Diag Student Advisory Board representative: Board representatives will provide input, feedback, and accountability for the program, and give valuable perspective about living off-campus based on the experiences of U-M students. We are seeking advisory board members for the 2022-2023 academic year. Click here for more information and to apply