Office of Co-Curricular Engagement and Learning

CCR Talks Facilitator - Co-Curricular Record


Facilitated CCR Talks, enhancing campus engagement and leadership skills by organizing events for students to present their experiences and reflect on their personal development.

Position Overview

The CCR Talks Facilitator is a role focused on fostering campus engagement and enhancing students' leadership abilities. The individual in this position is responsible for organizing and facilitating events known as CCR Talks, where students are given a platform to share and present their experiences related to co-curricular activities. The facilitator's duties include event planning, coordination, and management, ensuring that these events run smoothly and effectively. They are expected to work closely with students to help them prepare their presentations and to guide them in reflecting on their personal and professional development gained through their co-curricular involvement. The facilitator must possess strong organizational skills, excellent communication abilities, and a passion for student development. They play a crucial role in creating a supportive environment that encourages students to engage with the campus community and articulate the skills and competencies they have acquired outside of the formal curriculum.

Position Requirements

  • Experience in event planning and management,
  • Strong organizational skills,
  • Proficiency in project management software (e.g., Trello, Asana),
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills,
  • Ability to identify and recruit student leaders,
  • Knowledge of promotional strategies and tools,
  • Familiarity with social media platforms for event marketing (e.g., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter),
  • Experience in public speaking and presentation,
  • Ability to facilitate discussions and moderate events,
  • Understanding of co-curricular records and their importance in personal development,
  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving skills,
  • Time management skills,
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Gradate Attributes Associated

  • Oral Communication
  • Technological Literacy
  • Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking
  • Capacity to Engage in Respectful Relationships
  • Foundations for Lifelong Learning

Sign Up Directions

Contact Telanie Moolman at for more information.