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.
- Must be enrolled as a graduate student at Loyola College.
- Current, ongoing experience with social justice education/work, familiarity with and commitment to the Ignatian tradition.
- 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.
- Ability and willingness to work with faculty and administrators.
- Experience with website development/maintenance preferred.
- Assist with updating Justice Web: www.loyola.edu/justice.
- Research, compile, and enter justice information for the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities into database and web site.
- Support national justice conference planning and other projects at the direction of the national justice committee chair.
- Correspond with faculty and administrators about their conference entries.
- Maintain database of conference submissions, decisions, communications.
- 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.
- Participate in and support chair’s work with the committee.
Submit application, resume, and writing sample to Dr. Juniper Ellis, Professor English Department.
Graduate Assistant Employment Application