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The Graduate Assistant position officially begins on August 4, 2014 and ends May 28,2015, with an option for renewal upon completion of a satisfactory performance appraisal. The Graduate Assistant will be expected to work 20 hours per week.
The Graduate Assistant (GA) will work closely with the professional staff to:
1. Provide creative leadership opportunities that enrich a diverse campus culture and results in students' academic, social and community growth and development
2. Help to cultivate resources for students both on and off campus
3. Administer a wide range of programs and services that support student retention and promote diversity, inclusion, and equity with an emphasis on students of color and diversity initiatives.
Individuals will gain experience in higher education administration, student development based training, leadership assessment and evaluation, program development, budgetary management, and supervision responsibility.
As a member of the Center, the graduate assistant helps to achieve departmental goals along with helping to fulfill the University's Strategic Plan specifically in the area that directly promotes diversity.
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