Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Campus Ministry Outreach and Program Management - Graduate Assistantship


Campus Ministry



Graduate Assistantship for Outreach and Program Management

Hours & Wages

The GA position will be part-time position, 15 hours per week for 20 weeks, beginning the third week in August and ending the third week in May.  The GA will be compensated a total of $7,800: Tuition remission $3,900 (50%) and Stipend $3,900 (50%).  The GA may also choose a 40% stipend and 60% scholarship distribution.


  • Enrolled as a graduate student at Loyola University Maryland
  • Exceptional organizational skills, and a demonstrated ability and desire for collaboration and teamwork
  • Experience in project management, event planning, social media, communication, writing, copy-editing, marketing, advertising or journalism
  • 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, spiritualties, race, gender, and sexual identities embodied in our 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.
  • Familiarity with and/or willingness to learn about and promote Ignatian Spirituality, Social Justice, Interfaith dialogue, and the mission and goals of Jesuit education and the office of Campus Ministry


  • Maintain regular office hours and a frequent presence in Campus Ministry office for 15 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: 
  • Develop strategies for engagement, working closely with professional and student interns on specific programs and initiatives.
  • Plan an implement one campus engagement quad event each semester
  • Implement the Campus Ministry Intern Selection process in the spring semester.
  • Oversee project timelines and organizational systems for marketing and communication projects.
  • Draft or edit copy for advertising campus ministry programs and initiatives, education and awareness campaigns through print, web and social media platforms.
  • Serve as a point of reference and regular support for interns on the marketing and communication team.
  • Manage the events calendar.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Contact Information

Megan Linz Dickinson
Assistant Director of Campus Ministry



Graduate Assistant Employment Application