Graduate Assistant (Staff), [email protected] - Community and Academic Service-Learning (AS-L)
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Job_Type: Graduate Assistant
Location: Main Campus
Division: Graduate Employment
[email protected] provides graduate students in programs (and concentrations) such as Public Administration, Social Work, Psychology, Communication, Management, Arts Management and HESA a robust graduate assistantship in the areas of research, instruction/training, management, and community engagement
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
The Engage assistantships allows graduate students to both initiate and manage community based programs and training. It allows a graduate student in the aforementioned programs grant writing and grant management experience, management of personnel, instructional practice for both student and staff, institutional and community evaluation and assessment, program management, and the use of research in grant development and implementation.
Specifically, the GA provides critical institutional support and coordination in the
? Engage suite events, Retreats, community impact, community service and
academic service-learning evaluation for reports and self-studies such as the
Carnegie Classification, Campus Compact, and the Higher Learning
? Support for the Community Engaged Council in collaboration with the Director of
? Onboarding and training of community volunteers associated with key Engage
programs such the Connecting Corps, Eagle Engage Corps, St. Joe Health
Navigators, United Way Campaign, etc.
? Liaison between Engage and key community entities and initiatives including
YpsiGlow, Heritage Festival, YpsiProud, Ypsilanti Township and Ypsilanti City
Master Plan Coordination of the bi-annual AS-L faculty fellow seminar and
coordination of faculty community based learning projects.
? Support and coordination for Academic Service-Learning courses and
co-training of faculty/staff in community based learning. The GA will manage
and/or co-facilitate community partnerships for many faculty and AS-L courses
throughout the year. Provides administrative support to the fall and winter
faculty seminars through identification and preparation of seminar literature in
concert with faculty participants.
? Management and oversight of Ford Community Corps AS-L grant projects and
other related AS-L grants (e.g. Bright Future, Family Empowerment Program)
for and with faculty.
? Support (writing and editing) monthly newsletter, maintenance of all social
media related to Engage and oversight of web page with Engage Operations
and Communications Coordinator
Special projects: Engage area is dynamic and develops new grant and externally
funded projects annually. A GA may also support through research and grant writing
new programs such as: Connecting & Digital Connecting Corps, MSSI (Mobile
Support Services Program)
Required: Cover Letter, Resume and Three References.
For a full-time GA appointment, the University provides a tuition scholarship for up to 18 credit hours in each academic year (September 1 to August 31) of the assistantship.
For graduate assistants who are appointed to part-time positions and for GAs who begin employment after the start of the semester, the number of credit hours covered by the award will be prorated.
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