Student Affairs employs over 600 students in positions throughout the division. Each position is focused on developing the individual’s marketable leadership skills and career preparation. The student workforce is central to the operations of campus buildings and vital to programs and services. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for student employment positions.
Student Affairs provides extensive training opportunities for student employees including.
Graduate Assistantships are available in many of our departments. Graduate Assistants (GA) serve in para-professional roles managing aspects of the department. GA’s advise sponsored student organizations, manage student staff, develop marketing and social media content, and more. Graduate Assistants attend monthly sessions for development and networking. Check Handshake for open positions.
Student Affairs partners with the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies department and many other academic departments on internships throughout the division. If you are interested in pursuing an internship with Student Affairs, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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