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Campus Ministry Ecumenical and Interfaith Ministry - Graduate Assistantship


Campus Ministry


Graduate Assistantship for Ecumenical and Interfaith Ministry

Hours & Wages

  • The GA position is a part-time position, 15 to 20 hours per week.
  • $18.00 per hour


  • Enrolled as a graduate student at Loyola University Maryland. 
  • Exceptional organizational skills, and a demonstrated ability and desire for collaboration and teamwork. 
  • Experience in program management, event planning, social media.
  • Familiarity with and/or willingness to learn about and promote interfaith dialogue and cooperation on Loyola’s campus and beyond. 
  • Support the mission and goals of Jesuit education and the office of Campus Ministry. 
  • Ability to self-manage and bring projects to completion. 
  • Clear communication, ability to keep multiple stakeholders informed. 
  • Willingness to check email regularly. 
  • Celebration of and welcome for the diversity of views, faiths, spiritualities, race, gender, and sexual identities embodied in the Loyola community. 
  • Willingness to learn about and work with sensitivity to identity and privilege. 
  • Ability to engage students with diverse views and experiences. 
  • Available for two-year commitment (upon re-evaluation at the end of the first year) preferred, although not required. 



  • Maintain regular office hours and a frequent presence in Campus Ministry office for 15-20 hours per week. 
  • Assist in supervising and directing the undergraduate Marketing and Communication interns working on graphic design, social media, website maintenance and project management. 
  • Help manage the planning, vision and implementation of the following: 
  • Reporting directly to the Assistant Director of Interfaith and Ecumenical Ministries, the Graduate Assistant will build collaborative partnerships with students, offices, organizations, and groups in order to advance interfaith spirituality, diversity, multicultural learning, and belonging in the office of Campus Ministry. 
  • Provide support to Campus Ministry’s Interfaith programs. This includes the Annual Hope and Renewal Prayer Service (H.A.R.P.S.), interfaith dinners, religious and cultural holiday gatherings and events throughout the academic year. 
  • Develop social media posts to acknowledge interfaith holidays and promote interfaith events. 
  • Recruit and provide oversight and guidance to the Interfaith Student Advisory Board (2024). 
  • Handle all logistical responsibilities for events (e.g., managing schedules, space reservations, and ensuring adequate volunteer staffing is available for events). This may include working with student religious and spiritual life groups, advisors, campus partners, and other campus constituents.
  • Creatively support the office of Campus Ministry in the development of programming related to religious inclusion, identity, and social justice. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Contact Information

Saima Sitwat, Assistant Director of Ecumenical and Interfaith Ministry 

Phone: 410-617-5755

Graduate Assistant Employment Application