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Community Service Coalition

Thanks for your interest in joining AUSG next year! I'm excited to read your application and get working to bridge the gap. If you have any questions about the positions available in the CSC, please don't hesitate to reach out!


Valentina Fernandez
AUSG President

Applications are due by June 29th at 11:59 p.m.

Positions available:

Chair of the Community Service Coalition

This Chair will coordinate and oversee community service projects both on and off campus. They will engage AU students and student organizations to participate in service activities in conjunction with appropriate campus and community partners. The scope of service activities include but is not limited to LGBTQ+, education, community-based, and environmental service projects. CSC has the potential to impact service projects on our campus, and partner with Washington, DC in a way that AU has never seen before. Applicants should have a clear vision of how they hope to structure their team (if any), and potential projects they can lead.

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Center for Advocacy and Student Equity

The Center for Advocacy and Student Equity (CASE), is the student-run, university recognized service that assists students with various adjudication processes. We consult with and represent students accused of conduct and academic violations, assist students bringing charges themselves, help students through various appeals processes, and write policy recommendations to amend AU's regulations and other university policies. More specifically, CASE has expanded to cover issues including the conduct process, academic integrity code violations, academic grievances, Title IX complaints, financial aid appeals, and more. As a Student Government department, we work with the President, her Cabinet, and other members of SG to advocate for students across campus.

This year we are opening applications for 4 positions: Advocates, Litigation Associates, Policy Associates, and Communications Associates. You may apply for multiple positions, but before doing so, please read the brief job descriptions below.


Sarem Haq
Director of CASE

Applications are due by June 5th at 11:59 p.m.

Positions available:


The advocates are our senior members of the litigation team and work directly with students who need representation in cases. They directly handle clients, have their own caseloads, and are responsible for handling all aspects of a case they've been assigned to. They help a student draft their case strategy, go over procedural and policy questions with the students they're working with, and accompany the student to their hearing. 

Litigation Associate

Working under an advocate, Litigation Associates (LAs) will take part in all of the responsibilities given to an advocate. They'll work alongside advocates on individual cases, learning the ropes of CASE and gaining valuable experience about how to assist students through adjudication processes. If you're interested in becoming a lawyer, or enjoy debate and argumentation, this position is for you.

Policy Associate

Working with our policy team, Policy Associates (PAs) will play a vital role in crafting the policy and advocacy initiatives released by CASE. In addition to representing students in cases, CASE regularly advocates for changes to university policies and drafts proposals seeking to strengthen student rights. For students with an interest in drafting policy papers, who are passionate about making a change at AU, this position is for you. 

Communications Associate

Working on our communications team Communications Associates (CAs) will work to ensure our message reaches every student at AU. It's critical that students know about our services — very few students at AU know that they have the right to an advocate in conduct or academic proceedings. As a CA, you'll help run our social media, draft press releases and create media content, and work to develop our overall messaging strategy.