Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Graduate Assistantship Vacancy

Department Center for Community Service and Justice, National Justice Conference
Hours & Wages


  • One (1) or two (2) academic years (may include summer).
  • Ability to work two or three academic years preferred.
  • Recipient will work approximately 7 or 8 hours per week each semester, or approximately 100 hours per semester.
  • May include some evening and weekend hours.


  • $1452 per semester, following a 50 percent stipend and 50 percent scholarship model ($726 will automatically go towards tuition, $726 will be provided as a stipend).
  • This amount is based on 100 hours/semester. It may be prorated depending on when position is filled and how many hours of work will actually be completed during the semester.
  1. Must be enrolled as a graduate student at Loyola College.
  2. Current, ongoing experience with social justice education/work, familiarity with and commitment to the Ignatian tradition.
  3. Demonstrated excellence in written and spoken communication; demonstrated excellence at organization skills; ability to work well both independently and in close collaboration with a team.
  4. Ability and willingness to work with faculty and administrators.
  5. Experience with website development/maintenance preferred.
  1. Assist with updating Justice Web: www.loyola.edu/justice.
  2. Research, compile, and enter justice information for the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities into database and web site.
  3. Support national justice conference planning and other projects at the direction of the national justice committee chair.
  4. Correspond with faculty and administrators about their conference entries.
  5. Maintain database of conference submissions, decisions, communications.
  6. As directed by the committee chair, support the national justice committee’s charge to convene, connect, communicate, and coordinate justice initiatives at the 28 schools.
  7. Participate in and support chair’s work with the committee.
Contact Information

Submit application, resume, and writing sample to Dr. Juniper Ellis, Professor English Department.

Graduate Assistant Employment Application