Graduate Project Assistantships, 2016-2017The Division of Student Affairs is partnering with the School of Education to hire graduate project assistants. These assistantships are designed to prepare graduate students for professional positions in higher education. Graduate project assistants receive tuition remission and a salary.
Graduate Assistantships (position descriptions coming soon)
How to Apply
Candidates interested in positions should hold Thursday, March 24th open for our on-campus interview day. Candidates must be available on the interview day for consideration.
- Resume (maximum length: 2 pages)
- Assistantship Preferences. List each assistantship for which you would like to be considered. Do NOT rank assistantships. Assistantships available for the 2016-2017 academic year are listed above.
- Personal Statement (maximum length: 2 pages) Use 12 point, Times New Roman font with double spacing and 1-inch margins.Don’t forget to put your name on the paper! Please tell us about yourself, highlighting your life and collegiate experiences.Be sure to speak about your career goals and how you will be a good fit for a graduate project assistantship at UWM in the Division of Student Affairs.For each position that interests you, address what about the position appeals to you and what unique contribution(s) you bring.
- Three professional references (not letters of recommendation) All references must be from recent supervisors or faculty members. Please do not submit more than three. If you are considered for a position, your references will be contacted.
Remember, all application materials are due to email@example.com by Friday, March 4, 2016.