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NOTE: Graduate Assitantship applications, including all recommendations, must be complete for a student to be considered for funding.
Application deadline: We are not currently accepting applications for this graduate assistantship.
Hours per week: This is a 20-hour per week assistantship open to Master's degree candidates. Hours are flexible between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., with occasional evening and weekend hours for workshops and related activity. Dates of the contract are August 14, 2017 until May 14, 2018.
Responsibilities: To provide holistic support to high school students in the Center for Access, Success, and Achievement which include but are not limited to:
- Works directly in the high schools.
- May have a caseload of students.
- Assist in planning program activities, correspondence, typing reports and formal documents, and maintaining program websites
- Perform general secretarial and administrative duties: maintain program files, and other office records and files
- Assist and coordinate outreach activities and meetings
- Solicit on-campus involvement in creating and implementing these programs such as Admissions, Financial Aid, Career Service, Office of Service Learning, etc.
- Create four workshops a year: 2 focused on college/career readiness, one on transitioning from high school and one focused on personal development.
- Attend all scheduled meetings and programs pertaining to CASA programming, Graduate Assistant Restorative Conference Meetings, professional development, and CASA staff meetings.
- Facilitates two College Days a year.
- Create, implement, and evaluate programs pertaining to the Partnership. This includes coordinating the logistics of the programs: creating flyers, reserving space, notifying students, sign-up sheets, transportation, contacting speakers, etc. to promote academic, personal, social, and career-related development.
- Present selected topics pertaining to Early Access at annual Staff Training, Conferences, and throughout campus.
- Any additional duties as assigned
Benefits: Tuition waiver and master stipend; Graduate Assistant may not hold other employment without permission from the Center for Access, Success, and Achievement.
Immediate Supervisor and Colleagues: The Graduate Assistant will report directly to Nicole Davis, Asst. Dir. Outreach and Retention Counseling, with dotted line supervision by Christopher Kovolski- Office of the President, and Charisma Presley, Assistant Director Retention and Outreach. He/she will work as part of the CASA’s professional staff of six and therefore collaborate frequently on projects, meetings and events.