Office of Co-Curricular Engagement and Learning

Spring Project Lead - RockVIU


Led the planning and execution of the RockVIU Spring Event, honing leadership, project management, and event coordination skills.


The RockVIU Spring Event Lead is a pivotal role responsible for overseeing the successful planning and execution of the RockVIU Spring Event. This position requires a dynamic individual who can demonstrate strong leadership and project management skills. The Event Lead is expected to coordinate all aspects of the event, from initial concept development to final execution, ensuring that all components come together seamlessly. Duties include coordinating with vendors, securing venues, managing budgets, and leading a team of volunteers or staff. The Event Lead must also handle any issues that arise during the event promptly and efficiently. Effective communication, organizational skills, and the ability to work under pressure are essential for this role. The RockVIU Spring Event Lead is expected to create an engaging and memorable experience for all attendees, reflecting positively on the organization and achieving the event's objectives.


  • Ability to work independently,
  • Interest in creating opportunities on campus for student leadership and volunteer development,
  • Interest in developing a thorough understanding of student engagement,
  • Strong time management skills,
  • Strong interpersonal skills,
  • Creative outlook on improving VIU services,
  • Proficient verbal and written communication skills,
  • Experience leading meetings via Zoom,
  • Interest in collaborating with staff, faculty, students, and the community,
  • Ability to initiate and maintain conversations with team members, speakers, vendors, and VIU faculty/staff,
  • Preliminary understanding of VIU's Co-Curricular Record,
  • Familiarity with the VIU's Co-Curricular Involvement Application,
  • Event management experience on a virtual platform,
  • Previous attendance at RockVIU as a student or volunteer.

Graduate Attributes Associated

  • Technological Literacy
  • Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking
  • Disciplinary Expertise
  • Capacity to Engage in Respectful Relationships
  • Ethical Reasoning

Sign Up Directions

Contact Telanie Moolman, Office of Co-Curricular Engagement & Learning at for more information.