Graduate Assistantships are appointed each semester and renewable based on maintaining academic eligibility and employment performance standards. For specific information, please contact the individual listed for the position(s) of interest.

The following graduate assistantships are open for prospective graduate students.

  • Graduate Assistant for Communication, Media and Performance Studies

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    Department: Communication, Media and Performance

     

    Website:http://www.govst.edu/cmp/

     

    Job Description: The Communication, Media and Performance Master’s program invites applicants for a graduate teaching assistantship which will cover tuition of six credits per semester and provide a small stipend. Summer tuition and stipend are also included. GTAs will complete one semester of training and then will teach two sections of communication courses each following semester, including Public Discourse, Foundations of Communication, and other classes based on need and interest. 

     

    The newly redesigned MA provides students the opportunity to pursue their interests while providing a solid foundation in various methodologies. We also provide opportunities to engage with faculty research and partnerships with the Center for Community Media. 

    For consideration, students must have a 3.5 GPA, submit a letter of interest, two letters of recommendation, and transcripts. Applications should be completed online at https://www.govst.edu/graduate/

     

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    Contact: Dr. Jayne Goode, jgoode2@govst.edu

    Graduate Programs: Communication, Media and Performance

  • Graduate Assistant for Health and Student Counseling Center

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    Department: Health and Student Counseling Center

    Website:http://govst.edu/health-and-counseling/

    Semesters: Fall 2019 and Spring 2019

    Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Counseling Services, the Graduate Assistant (GA) will play a key role in the outreach promotion of the health and counseling center programs and the psychoeducation training to the campus community. The GA will provide administrative support, education and outreach, and projects regarding the Health & Student Counseling office, the ASAP Team, mental health counselor in residence and peer mentoring programs.

    Contact: Kristina Wilkerson, Assistant Director of Counseling Services, email: kwilkerson@govst.edu

    Graduate Programs: Applicants for this program can be from Health Administration, Political and Justice Studies, Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling graduate programs of study.

     

  • Graduate Assistant for Community Standards and CARE Program

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    Department: Office of the Dean of Students

    Website: https//www.govst.edu/thecode/

    Semesters: Fall 2019 and Spring 2019

    Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Community Standards and Student Advocacy, the Gtaduate Assistant (GA) will play a key role in the day-to-day operations of the Community Standards program and the overall student conduct process. The GA will provide administrative support, education and outreach, and projects around the Student Code of Conduct, the Office of the Dean of Students, the CARE Team, and GSU4U.

    Contact: Lisa Carra, Assistant to the Dean of Students, email: lcarra@govst.edu

    Graduate Programs: Applicants for this position can be from any graduate programs of study.

  • Graduate Assistant for Employer Recruitment

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    Department: Career Services

    Website:www.govst.edu/careerservices

    Semesters: Fall 19 and spring 20

    Job Description: This individual will work closely with the employer recruitment coordinator and assist in general office support as needed.  The GA will immediately begin to work on various areas of recruiting, programming efforts and office internship practices, while providing direct support as he/she continues to grow in knowledge and responsibilities. 

    Contact: Darcie Campos, Assistant Vice President, Student Affairs & Director of Career Services, email:  dcampos@govst.edu

    Graduate Programs: Communication or Business Preferred, but will consider all programs of study

  • Graduate Assistant for Career Counseling

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    Department: Career Services Website: www.govst.edu/careerservices

    Semesters:  Fall 19 and Spring 20

    Job Description: This individual will provide additional support to the counseling staff by serving as a second tier of counseling support for the office.  The GA will shadow professional staff counseling sessions for a minimum of 2 months, and will be closely supervised by the Director and other professional staff members/counselors.  Once this person has been trained, they will see a minimum of 8-10 career-counseling clients per week.  Additionally, this person will have an opportunity to develop programming and presentations geared toward providing additional support for the several Career Service initiatives.  I would expect to see this GA present a minimum of 3 workshops a semester.

    Contact: Darcie Campos, Assistant Vice President, Student Affairs & Director of Career Services, email:  dcampos@govst.edu

    Graduate Programs: Counseling program preferred

  • Graduate Assistant for the Office of International Services

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    Department: Office of International Services 

    Website:http://www.govst.edu/ois/ 

    Semesters: Fall 2019 and spring 2020

    Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Study Abroad Coordinator, the Graduate Assistant (GA) will play a key role in the day-to-day operations of cultural event planning, the development of the international student alumni network, the creation of the international student ambassador program and other duties as assigned. The GA will provide administrative support, education and outreach, and conduct special projects around the topics of global engagement and the internationalization of GSU.

    Contact: Amy Schoenberg, Study Abroad Coordinator, email: aschoenberg@govst.edu.

    Graduate Programs: Applicants for this position can be from any graduate programs of study.

  • Graduate Assistant - Business Tutor

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    Department: Student Success Commons

    Website: https://www.govst.edu/arc

    Semesters: Fall 2019 and spring 2020

    Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Coordinator of Tutoring, the Graduate Assistant (GA) will assist students in core business courses along with the prerequisite math and statistics courses.  The incumbent must show proficiency in both core accounting courses (ACCT 2110 Financial and ACCT 2111 Managerial), the introductory micro / macroeconomics sequence (ECON 2301 / 2302), and managerial economics (ECON 3404).  Knowledge in the prerequisite math courses (MATH 1423 college algebra, MATH 2281 applied calculus, and MATH 2100 elementary statistics) is essential as the candidate should additionally expect to assist students in those courses.  Other duties as assigned include participation in the CRLA level 1 training and certification process.

    Contact: Send resume and fall 2019 course schedule to Daniel Ferry, Coordinator of Tutoring, via email: dferry@govst.edu

    Graduate Programs: Applicants for this position should be a graduate student in business or mathematics.