Job Openings

Communications and Marketing Intern

Job Description               
Gain valuable experience in communications, marketing, and video production; add to your personal portfolio; enjoy a flexible work schedule; receive internship credit; work with NDSU faculty and staff who support your growth; and join a fun team dedicated to advancing the PCPE mission.

Who: Open to all NDSU students who meet the qualifications

What: Responsibilities include social media management, graphic design, video production, written and verbal communication, event organization, and more.

When: Flexible start date beginning summer 2019, requires 3-4 month commitment. Flexible scheduling with 10-15 hours/week.
Opportunity to extend internship to fall/spring semester.

Where: Barry Hall, NDSU Downtown Campus

Compensation: $13/hour

To Apply: Please send your application materials to Include: cover letter, resume, references, writing sample, graphics sample, video sample (optional)

Deadline: Applications will be accepted through April 24, 2019.

Undergraduate Program Director



Position description: An Undergraduate Program Director (UPD) who will develop, implement, and maintain the undergraduate programs for PCPE in addition to serving the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics as an economics lecturer. For PCPE, the UPD will work with the PCPE director to develop and administer center undergraduate programs including: Mancur Olson Scholars reading groups, PCPE research fellows, student interns, student activities (game/movie night), student travel. The UPD will develop programs for NDSU students that engage them in economic research, writing of reports and blogs, paper editing, website development/maintenance, multimedia production, center promotion, etc. As lecturer, the UPD will teach two course per semester (four courses per year) of primarily introductory economics courses. As possible, the UPD may assist the PCPE director in the planning and execution of PCPE outreach activities to K-12 educators regarding economics curriculum.

Minimum qualifications: Masters degree in Economics or related field. Ability to foster undergraduate engagement in economic research. Ability to be an effective teacher at the principles of economics level. Ability to conduct student reading groups. Ability to effectively recruit students. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to be an effective manager of time and resources. Strong organizational skills.

Preferred qualifications: PhD in Economics or related field. Experience teaching economics courses at the university level with evidence of success. Experience with undergraduate extracurricular activities. Experience with student reading groups. Experience guiding student research. Experience managing and/or supervising employees or student workers. Interest and ability in teaching the new “Market Values” course. Knowledge of K-12 economic education and curriculum development.


NDSU does not discriminate in its programs and activities on the basis of age, color, gender expression/identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, participation in lawful off-campus activity, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, public assistance status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, spousal relationship to current employee, or veteran status, as applicable.  Direct inquiries to Vice Provost, Title IX/ADA Coordinator, Old Main 201, 701-231-7708,



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