The STPA program offers students opportunities to apply theory-to-practice and administration as Graduate Assistants. Below is a comprehensive list of the Graduate Assistantship offerings for the 2014-2015 cohort. The Graduate Assistant positions, their descriptions, and remuneration information are subject to change.
NEW! Student Affairs Communications Assistant- Position Description: pdf
The Student Affairs Communications Assistant will be expected to: Coordinate the design and production of the Office of Student Development (OSD) print and web publicity. This includes helping to maintain up to date content on OSD websites. Supervise, train, and motivate a staff of five undergraduate program assistants on the communications team. Manage social media accounts and strategies for the OSD Facebook, Twitter, and other venues. Coordinate the printing and distribution of publicity for OSD events. Oversee the student organization publicity process. Coordinate large-format print requests for the Division, outside partners, and student organizations, and advise student organizations on the rules and guidelines for publicizing events and maintain publications database. Maintain print supply inventory. Attend divisional professional development, OSD staff meetings, and other meetings as appropriate. Additional Responsibilities as determined by the Student Affairs Communications Director.
Remuneration: $15 per hour, no tuition benefits
NEW! Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct- Position Description: pdf
The Graduate Assistant serves in an academic year appointment working approximately 20 hours per week and reports to the Associate Dean of Students. This individual is responsible for several on-going and short-term 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 for alcohol and health promotion, leadership development, intercultural engagement, and community service programs for students and student organizations. Graduate student staff will be provided opportunities and are expected to contribute to other functional areas as determined by the Associate Dean of Students and the priorities of the office. The Graduate Assistant is expected to undertake all responsibilities in a manner that reflects the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the University as well as the principles of student development theory.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 12 Credits and $13,720 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for Campus Activities and Commuter Programs- Position Description: pdf
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include working in conjunction with the Coordinator for Campus Programs to co-advise various late night programming groups, including Late Night Marquette Programming Project Team, MUSG After Dark commissioners, Winter Flurry planning team etc., chair the Late Night Marquette Milwaukee Connection Project Team, work with staff and students to develop relationships with Milwaukee area businesses and attractions and promote community entertainment opportunities for students, lead assessment and evaluation efforts for late night programming, develop evaluation strategies, collect data, and analyze results.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 12 credits and $13,517 stipend for 10-month term.
UPDATED! Graduate Assistant for Intercultural Engagement- Position Description: pdf
This 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include working with the Assistant Dean, Coordinator, and other staff to coordinate and implement a variety of activities and events during theme weeks/months to promote awareness and appreciation assisting with the development and implementation of social justice education and leadership opportunities for students, assist with the development and implementation of programs, in-service training, workshops and other leadership/support opportunities focused on social justice education, multicultural competence, and inclusivity development to address issues of privilege, oppression, intersections of identities (including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class, etc…) for students in various leadership positions.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 12 credits and $13,200 stipend for 10-month term.
UPDATED! Graduate Assistant for Student Disability Services- Position Description: pdf
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include acting as receptionist and first point of contact in the Office of Disability Services for potential and current students, parents, and faculty about disability services at Marquette University, assist current students with questions, procedures, and resources, prepare accommodation letters for students and other correspondence to instructors and students about accommodations and disability services, coordinate and assist in presenting fall workshops on adjustment topics for new students.
Remuneration: $13,517 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for Student Organizations- Position Description: pdf
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include providing support to student organization administrative processes, such as student organization recognition and registration procedures and policies related to student organization activities, maintenance of student organization databases, files, and records, serve as an advisor to Marquette University Student Government (MUSG) committees related to student organizations, develop and implement annual organization events including Organization Fest and awards reception, develop training sessions for student organization officers and other student organization leaders involved in planning events and activities.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 12 credits and $13,285 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for Graduate School Recruitment- Position Description: pdf
This 20 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include assisting with on-going graduate student recruitment, such as answering inquiries about graduate programs, traveling to recruitment fairs, and coordinating all aspects of campus visits for prospective graduate students. Serve as the Program Coordinator for Dissertation Boot Camp, manage the Graduate School’s social media presence, and assist with Graduate School Student Orientation, Graduate School Open Houses, admissions, and other recruiting as needed.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 18 credits and $13,720 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for Academic Support Services (Office of Student Educational Services)- Position Description: pdf
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship for the Office of Student Educational Services.. Responsibilities include conducting one-on-one study skills sessions for students, conducting group workshops on a variety of college success strategies across campus, assist with tutor training and scheduling meetings, assist with identifying and applying for grant funds, assist with evaluation and assessment of program services, and plan, coordinate, and implement programs and services related to college success.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 6 credits and $6,600 stipend for a 10-month term.
NEW! Graduate Assistant for Freshman Frontier Program- Position Description: pdf
The Graduate Assistant for Freshman Frontier Program will work for 20 hours each week in for the Office of Student Educational Services. The GA will provide direct service to students, ranging from mentoring to one-on-one study skills training to recruitment and summer program coordination. In addition to these direct service roles, the GA will be provided the opportunity to work closely with the full academic services staff in designing, planning, and implementing new and ongoing programming.
Remuneration: $13,720 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for Advising and Support Services (Office of Teacher Education)- Position Description: pdf
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship. Working for the Office of Teacher Education in the College of Education, responsibilities include assisting in conducting group advising and information sessions for new students, provide regular advising each semester to a case load of students on probation or in need of assistance, conduct individual registration advising appointments with continuing students, assist the Director of Advising in providing support and leadership for Student Council activities and events, assist the Director in the development and execution of a peer advising program.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 6 credits and $6,600 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for College of Business Career Center- Position Description: pdf
This 10 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include career development counseling, conduct resume critiques, mock interviews and interview preparation, provide support for the College’s Mentor Program, internship for credit program, and internship and full time job placement functions, plan career-related events.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 6 credits and $6,600 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant for Career Services- Position Description: pdf
This 10 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include career counseling to students after completion of training program, develop and present career seminars, and assist with the Career Services Center outreach efforts.
Remuneration: Graduate Tuition Scholarship of 6 credits and $6,642.50 stipend for 10-month term.
Graduate Assistant in Campus Ministry- Position Description: pdf
This assistantship includes a 10 hour per week commitment as a Hall Minister living in a campus residence hall as well as a 10 hour per week commitment working in Campus Ministry areas. Responsibilities include supporting, actively promoting and participating in the mission, goals, and programs of Campus Ministry and Residence Life.
Remuneration: $6,000 stipend for 10-month term
(TENTATIVE) Graduate Assistant for EDPL Research
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship. Responsibilities include organizing and coordinating research projects, conduct and write literature reviews, collect data and transcribe interviews.
Graduate Assistantship positions and remuneration are subject to change.
Contact the Graduate Assistant for Recruitment for questions and/or additional information.