Graduate Assistantship - Fall 2016 Through Summer 2017

Looking to get more involved in the Education Department and receive financial aid in exchange? Consider becoming a Graduate Assistant. It's a great way to offset your tuition while gaining valuable experience and developing deeper connections in your field.

The Graduate Assistant supports the Graduate Education Department and receives compensation in the form of tuition waivers and a stipend. Some of the responsibilities include assistance with projects, such as the publication of the department newsletter, and maintaining data for our Review of Program Approval by the State Department of Education, along with keeping our Facebook and Twitter feeds current.

How do you apply?

As only one assistantship is offered by the program each year, the process can be competitive. Applications for the Graduate Assistantship can be made through the Graduate Education Program Office. To apply, please send your resumé, a letter of intent, and two work-related references to Karen Abbott, Administrative Assistant for Graduate Education. Mailing address and contact information is below:

Saint Michael's College
Karen Abbott
Graduate Education Dept.
One Winooski Park
Colchester, VT 05439

Who is eligible?

Only accepted Graduate Education degree students may apply.

What are the hours?

The student must be available each semester, 12-15 hours per week each term, fall, spring and summer.

What is the tuition waiver and when can it be used?

The tuition waiver is currently 18 credits and must be used the fall, spring and summer of the assistantship.  Only 6 credits per semester will be paid and cannot transfer to other semesters. 

When is the deadline?

May , 2016 or until the position is filled.  Interviews will be conducted in June, 2016 and all applicants will be notified if they are being considered or not.  (2015-2016 position has been filled)

Want to know more?

Please direct any questions to Karen Abbott, Administrative Assistant for Graduate Education.

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