The STPA program currently offers approximately 20 graduate assistantships. Position descriptions and remuneration information is subject to change.
Assistant Hall Director (2 positions)
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include providing help with responsibilities in the areas of student development, staff development, and hall administration, and participating in the programs and activities of the Office of Residence Life within the Division of Student Affairs. The Assistant Hall Director works with hall staff to help students in contributing to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring and honesty and in advancing the campus ethos through behaviors which demonstrate respect for self, respect for others, respect for property, and respect for authority.
Graduate Assistant for Residence Life Programs
This 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include advising, leadership development, supervision, programming and administrative tasks. Additionally, tasks including supervising Residence Life Program Assistants, assisting with the selection and training of Residence Life Program Assistants, and serving on the Late Night Marquette program planning committee
Graduate Assistant for STPA Recruitment
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include coordinating the annual STPA Interview & Orientation Day, responding and maintaining contact with prospective students, participate and organize recruitment activities and events for the College of Education.
Graduate Assistant for the Alumni Memorial Union
This 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include development and execution of community building programs and contribution to the leadership development of student managers in the AMU employment program. Additionally, provide support for both the Annex and AMU programming.
Graduate Assistant for International Education
This 10 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include coordinating with the director on variety of tasks relating to developing and maintaining Marquette’s inter-institutional partnerships including organizing visits for overseas partners to campus, researching new partnership possibilities and organizing overseas site visits for OIE staff or faculty, assisting OIE staff in developing a comprehensive reentry workshop for study abroad/service-learning students, assisting OIE staff and student ambassadors with international programming in the OIE program Center, and assisting OIE staff in the recruitment, admission processes and cross-cultural advising for undergraduate students.
Graduate Assistant for Student Involvement & Greek Life
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include assisting with advising, oversight, and administration of the organizations and activities in the Greek community. Assist with the development of leadership training programs for officers and other student leaders in the fraternity/sorority community. Manage procedures and operations for the Center for Leadership, Service, and Involvement, and assist in the creation and implementation of one-time and ongoing student employee training and development. Additionally, as part of a team of student development specialists, this individual may assist in the design and implementation of peer education, leadership development, intercultural engagement, and community service programs for students and student organizations.
Graduate Assistant for Leadership & Assessment
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include assisting with administration of the Students Taking Active Roles (STAR) Freshman Leadership Program and facilitating one weekly session of the program, serving on planning teams for departmental and/or divisional leadership programs (e.g. Student Leadership Summit, Women’s Leadership Conference, etc.). In conjunction with the Assistant Dean for Student Involvement, supervise the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Center Student Manager and provide leadership training for the LEAD Center student staff. Assist with data collection and analysis for departmental learning outcomes assessment, assist with data analysis and report creation for divisional and institutional assessment projects. Lead assessment and evaluation efforts for leadership development programs and administrative processes, developing evaluation strategies, collecting data, and analyzing results
Graduate Assistant for Community Service
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include to promoting intentional and sustainable community service projects that advance the vision of the Office of Student Development. Additionally, as part of a team of student development specialists, this individual may assist in the design and implementation of peer education, leadership development, intercultural engagement, and community service programs for students and student organizations. Serve as an advisor for student program assistants while working to inform the campus of service opportunities and resources, respond to inquiries around service, and maintain updated volunteer and contact information on community agencies.