|Hours & Wages
20 hours a week
$13,500 total (part stipend, part tuition)
- The Women’s Center is seeking a reliable, dedicated self-starter to work in a women centered environment, which strives to promote awareness and understanding of issues that affect all women and provides assistance to women in achieving their professional, educational and personal goals
- Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
- Must be able to work with people from diverse social, cultural, racial, economic and educational backgrounds.
- Ideal candidates will have a commitment to actively creating a welcoming environment for all women, including, but not limited to women who face additional challenges due to their race, nationality, class, sexual identity, religion, age, and physical or mental ability.
- The Women’s Center is committed to strengthening and enhancing the experiences and learning of students, staff and faculty, as well as developing, supporting and empowering student leaders with a focus on women’s issues.
- There will be some evening and weekend work hours required
- This is a two-year assistantship pending a satisfactory performance after the first year
- Programming: Responsible for planning and following programs from start to finish. This includes organizing, preparing, networking, working the event, and conducting post-event evaluations
- Program Evaluation: Responsible for creating assessment tools for the Women’s Center events, and measuring the effectiveness of programming efforts. Responsible for modifying programs based on assessment outcomes
- Provide information, assistance, and referrals for students and visitors to the Women’s Center
- Serves on the Center’s Advisory Board as the graduate student representative
- Assists in the development and distribution of program publicity, materials, programs for events and posting flyers on campus
- Assists with the Center’s public relations outreach, including social media, website & other sources of communication
- Works cooperatively and collaboratively with other Women’s Center staff
- Researches issues related to gender equity, women’s issues, best practice programs to identify benchmarks and prepares reports of findings
- Attends weekly staff meetings
- Other duties to be assigned by the Director, in addition to assisting with general office tasks.
Graduate Assistant Employment Application