For more information about the College Student Personnel Administration Program, please contact please contact Lori Fredrich at (firstname.lastname@example.org) .
The deadline for assistantships has passed for the Fall 2012 school year. If you are interested in assistantships, the next hiring process will take place next fall/winter for the 2013-2014 academic year.
The College of Education hosts its annual Interview & Orientation Day in February each year. The 2012 Interview & Orientation Day will be held on Friday, February 24th. The STPA Graduate Assistantship search process takes place on an annual basis. The graduate assistantships listed below are scheduled to be available for the 2012-2013 academic year for STPA students who complete their application to the program by the January 31st, 2012 deadline. Please be aware that the positions described below for the 2012-2013 cohort year are subject to change. **Again, please note that the deadline has passed for applications for GA positions for the Fall 2012 school year.
This event includes program orientation activities in the morning, interviews for graduate assistantship positions in the afternoon and a social sponsored by the College Student Personnel Association in the evening. The day gives candidates the opportunity to learn about STPA curriculum, tour the campus, meet faculty from the College of Education, network with fellow applicants and interview for graduate assistantships.
Assistantships are typically 10-month appointments. Compensation for assistantship work is in the form of a stipend, and many positions have a tuition scholarship. Some residence life assistantships include on-campus housing. In addition, graduate assistants receive special benefits and discounts.
January 31, 2012: In order to be considered for an assistantship, STPA program application materials are due to the Graduate School.
February 2012 : Graduate Assistantship application materials are due to the College of Education (Final date to be determined).
February 2012 : Information & Interview Day for Graduate Assistantships on Friday, February 24th.
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This is a 20 hours per week assistantship including a stipend of approximately $13,200* per year and a tuition scholarship of 12* credits. 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.
This 20 hours per week assistantship which includes a stipend of approximately $13,200* per year and a tuition scholarship of 12* credits. 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.
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship which includes a stipend of approximately $13,200* per year. 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.
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship including a stipend of approximately $13,285* per year and a tuition scholarship of 12* credits. 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.
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship including a stipend of approximately $6,600* per year and a tuition scholarship of 6* credits. 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.
This 10 hours per week assistantship which includes a stipend of approximately $6,600* per year and a tuition scholarship of 6* credits. Responsibilities include coordinating with the Director a variety of tasks relating to developing and maintaining Marquette’s interinstitutional partnerships including organizing visits for overseas partners to campus, research new partnership possibilities and organizing overseas site visits for OIE staff or faculty, assist OIE staff in developing a comprehensive reentry workshop for study abroad/service-learning students, assist OIE staff and student ambassadors with international programming in the OIE program Center, assist OIE staff in the recruitment, admission processes and cross-cultural advising for undergraduate students.
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship including a stipend of approximately $6,600* per year and a tuition scholarship of 6* credits. Responsibilities include assisting in conducting group advising and information sessions for new students, provide regular advising each semester to a caseload 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.
This 10 hours per week assistantship which includes a stipend of approximately $6,600* per year and a tuition scholarship of 6* credits. 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.
This 10 hours per week assistantship which includes a stipend of approximately $6,600* per year and a tuition scholarship of 6* credits. 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.
This is a 10 hours per week assistantship includes a stipend of approximately $6,600* per year and a tuition scholarship of 9* credits. Responsibilities include organizing and coordinating research projects, conduct and write literature reviews, collect data and transcribe interviews.
This is a 20 hours per week assistantship includes a stipend of approximately $13,000* per year. Responsibilities include assisting current students with questions, procedures, and resources, providing continuous updating and maintenance of the MARQ Your Path website, assisting in facilitating MARQ Your Path new student orientation, assisting in facilitating workshop series each semester, coordinating and assisting with creation and distribution of monthly student newsletter,working closely with the MARQ Your Path Program Assistant in developing and implementing assistive technology programming.