Advancement

Office of Advancement
Office of Advancement

Student Jobs with The Office of Advancement

Every year, the Office of Advancement hires a number of part-time students for a variety of roles across all our departments such as our telefundraising program and assist in our day-to-day operations. If you're interested in volunteering there are a number of roles with the Queen’s Student Alumni Association (QSAA) or with our Alumni Relations as a Homecoming volunteer. 

We also need help from students each year to help make homecoming and our other alumni programming a success. For general volunteer opportunities, visit our Volunteer Job Board.


Queen’s Telefundraising Students (QTS)

Queen’s Telefundraising Services (QTS) is hires a number of students each academic year. Job postings usually appear in September. QTS is committed to providing excellent on-campus positions, in a dynamic and positive working environment. QTS strives to communicate with alumni in a respectful and professional manner on the telephone to foster a positive culture of giving and lifelong friendship with Queen’s University.

 


Volunteer for Homecoming

We always recruit student volunteers each fall for homecoming, visit our Homecoming Site for more information, or contact Maryanne Wainman or 613-533-6000 x78488.


Queen’s Student Alumni Association

Learn more about the QSAA. Each year, the QSAA hires a President and four volunteer Vice-Presidents.

  • VP Events: With access to event planning professionals, at Queen’s and in the alumni community, responsible for delivery and logistical implementation of all event-based engagement opportunities.
     
  • VP Giving: With access to fundraising and philanthropic professionals, at Queen’s and in the alumni community, responsible for all educational and inspirational philanthropic priorities and activities, including the Tricolour Giving portfolio.
     
  • VP Marketing & Communications: With access to communications and marketing professionals, at Queen’s and in the alumni community, responsible for the branding, profiling and enhancement of the QSAA, and strategically increasing the visibility of the organization on campus and in the Queen’s community. 
  • VP Volunteers: With access to volunteer and engagement professionals, at Queen’s and in the alumni community, responsible for training, recruitment, hiring, and awareness of the QSAA, and the volunteer management components designed to solidify the students’ lifelong relationship with Queen’s.