Graduate Assistant Positions
Dear Lewis & Clark Graduate Students,
I would like to share a very important and exciting opportunity with you. Next year there will be two Graduate Assistant positions offered within the Division of Student Life at the College of Arts and Sciences. We have heard from many of you about the need for financial assistance and opportunities to gain relevant work experiences. Student Life is committed to the ongoing development of all students at Lewis & Clark. These two positions will address multiple needs in a mutually beneficial way.
The full position descriptions are below for your review. The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of Health Promotion will each have one position. Having these positions in a wide array of offices offers a diversity of experiences for you. Both positions are designed to support the staff, programs, and events of the sponsoring department, while providing a fulfilling and enriching learning opportunity for you. The Multicultural position will provide programmatic support for the office and lastly, the Health Promotion position will provide on-going support for the development, implementation, and evaluation of prevention programs in relation to promoting healthy behaviors.
These positions have great financial benefit to you. Both positions are compensated with twenty hours of approved graduate course work per year and student health insurance. Additionally, the Multicultural Affairs position will receive an on-campus apartment and a meal plan. The positions are limited to currently accepted and enrolled students in the Counseling Psychology and School Counseling programs.
We hope you are as excited about these positions as we are in offering them to you. To apply please complete the application cover sheet and submit it along with your cover letter and resume to Jeff Feld-Gore, Associate Dean of Students at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For priority consideration, please submit your application materials by April 19, 2013. If you have any questions regarding the Graduate Assistant program in general please feel free to contact Jeff Feld-Gore by email or via phone at 503-768-7178. If you have questions about the graduate school requirements please contact your program director for more information.
Jeffrey A. Feld-Gore
Associate Dean of Students
Associate Dean of the Graduate School/Associate Professor of Ed
2013-2014 Graduate Assistant Position Application
There are two total GA positions available for for 2013-2014, one in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, and one in the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness. Please submit your application by April 19, 2013.