Campus Recreation UAF

Fellowship Description

This TeamRec University Administrative Fellow is responsible for:

  • Assisting with general operations of the Group Fitness program.
  • Class announcements via the listserv, data management
  • Assisting and leading event planning for Campus Rec events: taking lead on Staff and Faculty Appreciation Week
  • Attending and promoting Group Fitness Programming,
  • Serving as a member of the TeamRec Advisory Board
  • Teaching at least one weekly class on the Group Fitness schedule
  • Providing mentorship to fellow instructors (1:1 coaching, co-teaching opportunities)
  • Assisting Group Fitness Coordinator with evaluations of instructors on the current schedule

This position may also be asked to assist with routine miscellaneous tasks for the Group Fitness Program. This position will work for about 10 hours a week.

Your Host


Campus Rec Logo

Campus Recreation engages the Princeton University community in co-curricular experiences to inspire lifelong health and well-being. We aspire to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment where Campus Rec can be the best part of your day!

Our goals are to:

  • Provide an atmosphere where FUN is valued.
  • Create and strengthen a sense of belonging and community.
  • Cultivate leaders through professional and staff development opportunities.
  • Research latest trends and provide modern equipment and facility spaces.
  • Deliver diverse recreational opportunities that engage our entire campus.
  • Offer programs and services that strive for promoting positive well-being across the seven dimensions of the UMatter Wellness Wheel: Physical, Spiritual, Occupational, Emotional, Environmental, Intellectual, Social.
  • Collaborate with university departments to prioritize health and well-being across campus.

UAF Mentor

Erika Liskovec
UAF Mentor
Coordinator of Recreational Programming

Erika works in Campus Recreation overseeing the group fitness and instructional programs. She has a team of over 30 instructors who teach 50 classes a week during the semester in a variety of disciplines. Along with group fitness, she works to host Campus Rec events including Stress Less Week and the annual Cycle-A-Thon.

Current and Past Fellows and Mentors

Kellie G. Abbott
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Director of Special Initiatives at NJCEH
Megan Armknecht, GS, HIS
Summer Intern, Bureau of Bureau of Public Affairs/ Office of the Historian in Washington D.C
Leanne Clark-Shirley
Vice President of Programs and Thought Leadership, The American Society on Aging
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Andrew D'Amico
Assistant Director for Operational Engagement & Impact Analysis
Jessica Dheere '93
Director of Ranking Digital Rights, New America
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Peter J. Dougherty
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Director, The APS Press, and Member, The American Philosophical Society
Benjamin Dziobek
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Community Outreach Specialist, New Jersey Future
Anna Eddelbuettel Hancock, GS, CBE
Community College Teaching Fellow
Alicia M. Ejsmond-Frey *19, CLA
GradFUTURES Summer Fellow, Open Innovation Team, Cabinet Office (London, UK)
Alissa Fishbane
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Managing Director, (Un)Warranted at Ideas42