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The intramural sports program offers a fun opportunity for a second job, extra spending money, free training, and automatic membership into the Intramural Sports Officials' Club. By officiating intramural sports, you will experience a family atmosphere and flexible work environment where you can develop life-long friendships and learn skills such as effective communication, conflict resolution, quick decision-making, leadership development, and customer service that can lead to your future career after GVSU !
To learn more about employment opportunities with the intramural sports program, please attend our Fall employment information session posted on our Events Calendar. Applications will be distributed and training sessions will be announced. Officiating experience is helpful, but not required! We employ both work study and non-work study students.
For recreation-related graduate assistantships or professional job opportunities available in university Campus Recreation departments or elsewhere in the United States or Canada, check out www.bluefishjobs.com
Click here for a list of Grand Valley State University Intramural staff that graduated into a career in recreation.
The intramural officials club is made up of student officials representing the different sports. The intramural graduate assistant serves as the club’s president during the second year of their graduate assistantship. An undergraduate student will be elected into this role during the graduate assistant’s first year. This club is designed foremost to recognize all officials of GVSU Intramural Sports. All officials are automatically members. It serves as a forum for interaction between officials of various sports that take place throughout the school year. Further, the purpose of the club is to increase the quality of sports officiating and to provide additional opportunities for the students. The club meets at least one time each semester and shall conduct at least 1 fund-raiser each semester. The funds raised shall benefit the progression of GVSU intramural officials and the club’s designated charity of the “Officials for Kids” program of the Helen DeVos Children’s hospital. The Executive Board of the club consists of president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and 2 officials’ representatives. Elections shall be done electronically during the Winter semester and announced at the club’s meeting in April. Individual officials are recognized at club meetings and provided with awards.