||Pastoral Counseling (Graduate Assistant)
|Hours & Wages
$14.30/hour (50% stipend, 50% scholarship)
||Must be a Ph.D. candidate who is matriculated in the program, and who has progressed satisfactorily to the second clinical year level.
||The graduate student will work with one faculty member to whom he/she is assigned. Teaching assistants are expected to function in the capacity of a teacher in training for one of the faculty member’s courses. The goal of having a teaching assistant program in the Pastoral Counseling department is to provide an opportunity for doctoral level students to learn the art and science of teaching. Specific duties and responsibilities include: develop and teach, under the supervision of a faculty member, 2 to 4 lectures; videotaping of the student's lectures and joint review with the faculty member is expected; grade papers, quizzes, and tests under supervision; collect latest research and theoretical information including contacting authors for permission to use materials; producing PowerPoint slides and overheads; preparing handouts for classroom distribution; attend all classes of the assigned course and be prepared to offer input regarding course material when appropriate; with the instructor, produce and justify the final grades of students.
Graduate Assistant Employment Application