The Engaged Pluralism Initiative (EPI) ALANA Center Post-baccalaureate Fellow will work towards the mission of the ALANA Center and the goals of the Engaged Pluralism Initiative. The primary purpose of the Center is to support the success of African American/Black, Latinx, Asian, and Native American student communities at Vassar, and the EPI aims to foster the sense of belonging and thriving among all members of the Vassar community. The Post-baccalaureate Fellow will support the programmatic efforts of the ALANA Center and their intersection with the EPI, represent the center on campus through activities and initiatives, and, specifically, develop partnerships with, and support the work of the ALANA-identified student organizations: the African Students’ Union (ASU), Asian Students’ Alliance (ASA), Black Students’ Union (BSU), Caribbean Students’ Alliance (CSA), Council of Black Seniors (CBS), Middle Eastern Students Collective (MESC), Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanxa/o Aztlan (MEChAa), Multiracial/Biracial Student Association (MBSA), Native American & Indigenous Student Alliance (NAISA), Poder Latinx (PL), South Asian Students’ Alliance (SASA), Southeast Asian Students’ Alliance (SEASA) and Vassar Muslim Student Union (VMSU). The Post-baccalaureate Fellow will also collaborate on college activities with the EPI Co-chairs and Coordinator, as assigned by ALANA Director. The ALANA Center is within the Campus Life and Diversity Office (CLD). As a result, the fellow will additionally work with other centers and offices therein on campus life matters and student engagement.