Apply for a Campus Leader Role

At Babson, you are simultaneously able to live and practice what is taught in your everyday student experience.

Undergraduate students have extensive opportunities to get involved in a variety of capacities on campus. From mentoring first-year students in FME to making crucial decisions in the hearing board process, students inspire their peers and lead by example. Student leaders ignite the campus with school spirit and pride and implement new, engaging initiatives for the student body.

Application Process

The Office of Student Engagement at Babson College manages a shared application process for the numerous student leadership positions available on campus. These positions, listed below, are those that are selected through a college office, are supported by a staff advisor, and are committed to training centered on diversity, equity, and inclusion and Entrepreneurial Thought & Action (ET&A). The shared application is used only for undergraduate students applying to new leadership positions. Those looking to re-apply to positions they currently hold, or have held in the past, should contact their respective hiring manager.

The application process timeline for the 2024-2025 Shared Leadership Application is:

  • Application Opens: Monday, January 8, 2024
  • Application Deadline: Monday, January 29, 2024, 4:30 p.m.
  • Interviews & Selection: Tuesday, January 30 - Thursday, February 29, 2024
  • Offers & Notifications: Friday, March 1, 2024

Following the application deadline, the hiring managers and staff reviewing applications for each individual position will connect with applicants directly about individual interviews and/or group process dates. Questions about individual positions should be directed toward their hiring manager, listed in the descriptions below, while general questions about the shared application can be directed to the Office of Student Engagement at

Application Preview

Prior to opening the application and beginning, some students may find it beneficial to preview the questions and information being asked. Whether you prefer to prepare your answers separately and paste them into the application later, or you just want a sneak peek at what to expect, you can review the 2024-2025 Shared Application Questions & Preview (pdf) now.  

Comparing Positions

Review the leadership position comparison grid (pdf) to get an understanding of what the responsibilities and benefits are for each of the 11 available positions.

Available Positions

Admission Fellows are faces of the Office of Undergraduate Admission and the Babson student experience. We seek energetic and personable rising juniors and seniors with diverse involvement on campus who are particularly interested in sharing their Babson experience with prospective students. Admission Fellow responsibilities include both virtual and in-person responsibilities: conducting first-year admission interviews of prospective students, speaking at weekly information sessions alongside admission counselors, working occasional evening/weekend campus events including Preview Days & Launch Babson, and more. Please see the Admission Fellow Position Description for more detailed information including responsibilities, skillsets we seek, and eligibility requirements. The position is paid. In order to be considered for this role, you need to be a junior or senior at the start date in September.  The contact for the Admission Fellows is Jennie Moore.

The Babson Dining Student Advisory Committee’s goal is to enhance the Babson Dining program with input from a variety of undergraduate and graduate students with different backgrounds, interests, and campus involvement.  This committee is comprised of six-eight students who meet several times each semester with Dining Services directors and other staff members to provide suggestions, advice, and feedback regarding dining facilities, programs, menus, and services. Students who are a part of this committee serve as positive advocates for the on-campus dining experience and provide innovative approaches to addressing student needs at all campus dining locations. The contact for BDSAC is Baylee DaCosta.

For more information regarding the responsibilities, eligibility, and benefits of the BDSAC position please see the attached BDSAC Position Description (pdf).

The Office of Advancement works to engage alumni, parents and friends in events, volunteer opportunities, and philanthropic support of the College and to foster meaningful connections among Babson community members. It is the hub of your Babson story long after you leave campus.    

The College Advancement Ambassador (CAA) Program is a Student Ambassador Program designed to give promising campus leaders the opportunity to engage with prominent alumni, to assist the Advancement team in educating the community about the importance and impact of giving back to Babson, and to build a bridge between the current student body and the alumni experience. Through a direct partnership with the Alumni Engagement team, CAAs receive exclusive, small group training focused on business etiquette and networking skills to leverage when representing Babson students at Advancement events; the skills learned are also beneficial for their professional career.  

Applicants to this intimate cohort program should be professional, outgoing, enthusiastic, and eager to work with the Advancement team’s alumni relationship managers, gift officers, and Events staff. In addition, applicants must have strong communication skills, and be comfortable speaking to alumni, donors, Governance members and other VIPs in small and large group settings.  

If selected as a CAA, accepted students will be required to:  

  • Participate in training programs (Week of August 19th & throughout the year) 
  • Attend regular bi-weekly and monthly meetings (in-person & virtual)
  • Attend select REQUIRED campus & alumni events, which may take place on nights & weekends
  • Train as a campus tour guide to host alumni during their visits to campus  

The College Advancement Ambassadors Program is a paid student leadership position. Time commitment is 30-35 hours per semester. For more information regarding the responsibilities, eligibility, and benefits of the CAA position, please reach out to Christy Lagos, Associate Director of Affinity Programs, at    

FME Mentors play an important role in guiding first-year students through the Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship Experience.  They serve as the liaison for FME ventures between Undergraduate Experiential Learning and the FME processes. Mentors also collaborate with FME Faculty to provide additional classroom support throughout the first and second semesters.

Responsibilities of the position include attending all FME classes, serving as a resource during venture idea generation in the first semester, and coaching the venture execution until the close of business in the second semester. FME Mentors are knowledgeable on FME operational timelines and resources, and also track participation and facilitate group study time with students and Peer Tutors prior to exams. FME Mentors meet with FME faculty on a weekly basis and attend all FME Mentor team meetings to provide updates and give feedback.

This is a paid full-year position of 6–12 hours per week (which includes attending FME class twice per week Fall and Spring semesters). FME Mentors are required to attend mandatory training sessions prior to the start of the fall semester, as well as team meetings throughout the academic year. All applicants for the FME Mentor position must have a 2.8 minimum GPA. The contact for the FME Mentors is Capucine Megard

Participation on the College Hearing Board for the institution represents one of the clearest examples of institutional self-governance at Babson. As a board member, students will serve a crucial role as an objective member of the community, along with faculty and staff, to resolve disciplinary cases brought before the board. Cases include both Academic and Non-Academic incidences. Involvement on the Board is a challenging yet rewarding experience, in which students can look to enhance their critical thinking, effective listening, and communication skills among others. All student board members will go through extensive training during the beginning of the Fall semester, in addition to monthly or bi-monthly trainings throughout the year. 

Hearing Board members will also have the opportunity to represent the Babson community in Restorative Justice circles, in addition to serving as informal mediators.

For more information about our Hearing Board, as well as the types of boards that a member may be called to serve on, please visit page twenty-five (25) of the Community Code of Student Conduct or contact Cheryl Lawrence, Assistant Director of Community Standards at

Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) Leaders support the Office of Multicultural and Identity Programs’ mission by assisting in the development of a community that is socially just and equitable for students across all social identities. JEDI Leaders will act as a catalyst for generating socially conscious leaders who implement ET&A to uplift marginalized communities.

JEDI Leaders serve as a resource to support the needs and lived experiences of our students from historically marginalized and underrepresented communities, including activities such as mentorship, problem solving, conflict navigation, and resource delivery. Furthermore, JEDI leaders work to strengthen the student environment and advance the creation of an inclusive and affirming community by building relationships with students and conducting educational, cultural, social, and personal enrichment programs that promote dialogue, cultural awareness, intercultural knowledge and skills, and social justice principles.

The JEDI Coordinators, a senior leadership role that advises JEDI Leaders, also works to increase the awareness, knowledge and skills of their peers in the areas of social identity development, social justice, equity, and inclusion. JEDI Coordinators will co-facilitate trainings and dialogues both during summer training and throughout the academic year.

JEDI Leaders and Coordinators report to the Director of Multicultural and Identity Programs. For more information on the position, responsibilities, and eligibility, please see the full JEDI Leader Role Description (pdf) or email

Peer Career Ambassadors (PCAs) are the face of the Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development as students explore the services CCD has to offer. PCAs are trained to develop the skills and expertise to assist their peers with their career-related needs, as well as promote services and offerings and the CCD brand across campus. PCAs will meet with students for quick questions related to basic career development, staff the front desk to welcome students and employers, and collaborate with other key student leaders on campus to organize events and present on key foundational career topics to students. Students must be willing and able to promote CCD services, resources, and brand CCD to their peers. Students must have strong communication skills, have an interest in the career development process, and be comfortable advising peers and presenting to large and small groups. On average, a PCA will work between 8–10 hours per week and will be paid. For more information, download the Peer Career Ambassador Job Description (pdf). The contact for the PCAs is Tyler Dyment

The role of the Peer Mentor is to support Babson College in achieving the goals of transition and retention for new students (first-year, transfer, and exchange) through Undergraduate Orientation and into their first semester at Babson. Peer Mentors facilitate discussions, activities, and educational content for their students, and provide one-on-one support and mentorship for individual members of their cohort. Peer Mentors will gain experience and develop skills in group facilitation, interpersonal communication, public speaking, crisis response, conflict management, problem solving, and more.

Peer Mentors participate in training programs, regular meetings, Undergraduate Orientation, and other leadership trainings and experiences. The contact for the Peer Mentors is Michael Noel.​

For more information regarding the responsibilities, eligibility, and benefits of the Peer Mentor position please see the Peer Mentor Position Description (pdf).

Peers On Wellness (POWs) serve as undergraduate student leaders dedicated to educating and supporting Babson students around alcohol and other drug use, gender-based violence, sexual health, and mental/emotional wellbeing. POWs are role models and resources to the undergraduate student population and ambassadors to Wellness & Prevention Services.

POWs facilitate Got Your BAC and Positive Consent workshops at New Student Orientation, produce the Stall Street Journal, manage the POW Party Grants program, assist with Fresh Check Day, Sex in the Dark, Love Yourself Fair, and CARE week, as well as implement additional programs and events for the campus community. They receive extensive training on relevant health topics and leadership skills and have opportunities to attend national and regional peer education conferences. POWs serve on one of four subcommittees (POW Party Grants, Marketing, Publications and Public Relations, or Group Development & Communication). They must be able to contribute approximately 3–6 hours per week and participate in August and January trainings. Email for more information. 

The mission of Residence Life is to develop safe and inclusive residential campus communities. The Resident Assistant represents the Residence Life staff in their area as a peer leader, educator, and employee. Under the supervision of the Residence Life staff member, each RA provides opportunities to students for educational and personal growth and builds vibrant residential communities. This position is one of service and represents a significant dedication to the residents of Babson College. RAs will participate in all training activities and staff meetings including, but not limited to fall training, winter training, and monthly in-services. The contact for the RAs is

For more information regarding the responsibilities, eligibility, and benefits of the RA position please see the RA Position Description (pdf).

The Sustainability Office Intern program is a paid student position that combines campus action and outreach with leadership and professional development. From the start of the program, students are trained to become sustainability entrepreneurs in a large organization.

Interns will work on a combination of:

  • Individual or group campus sustainability projects
  • Managing events and programs, such as the annual Sustainability Fair
  • Marketing and Outreach, such as presenting to classes
  • Connecting with Babson staff members and faculty to partner on common sustainability goals

Each intern is expected to actively promote Sustainability at Babson through outreach and engagement, especially through working at campus events.

The Sustainability Office Intern program provides a dynamic work environment that includes both collaborative work and independent, self-directed work. Interns are expected to generate, evaluate, and execute new ideas and solutions for Sustainability at Babson. On average, interns work 3–7 hours per week, and are expected to participate in the weekly team meeting. The contact point for Sustainability Interns is Josh Stevenson.