Are you a student looking for some extra cash to get you through the month? Well, at the University of Arizona, you can earn extra money for just spying on your peers and nagging them about their social responsibilities by being a “social justice advocate.”
Never forgetting its own commitment to social justice, the university is paying well above the minimum wage for this task, offering $10 an hour.
As the university explains on its website, a social justice advocate (SJA) “will be responsible for instituting monthly programmatic efforts within the residence halls that focus specifically on social justice issues.” This translates into putting up a bulletin board in the campus hallways or being ready to lead “social justice modules once a month” for anyone with time on their hands.
Sounding a bit like a block leader in Soviet Russia, SJAs will “openly lead conversations, discuss differences, and confront diversely insensitive behavior.” When students are not complying with social justice standards, SJAs are encouraged to tattle on their peers, reveal the deviant actions to higher authorities and “report any bias incidents or claims to appropriate Residence Life staff.”