The Center for Community Engagement has 2 openings for graduate assistantships for 23-24! We’d love to have you on our team!
Both positions are 9-month roles, September-May, and include standard UT graduate student benefits. Pay rate is $20/hour. Expected schedule is an average of 20 hours per week with flexible scheduling. Some evening and weekend work required.
Advisor to The Collective and The Project (full description)
to apply: this position is part of a 2-year cohort, and only students with at least 2 years remaining on campus are eligible. applications are online and due THURSDAY 8/10
Primarily serve as an adviser to the student organization The Community Engagement Collective and planning team for The Project, a year-long community outreach effort culminating in a 1500-person day of service. While exact duties are adjusted to fit the selected candidate’s strengths and experience, this person will be focused on community relations and community partner outreach in The Project’s partner neighborhood. In addition, this person will have a significant role in programming and advising for signature events, ongoing programs, and community outreach efforts in the CCE. This person will help develop social justice initiatives motivated by the Collective’s student leaders in connection to programs like the Project and Alternative Breaks.
Event and Initiatives Coordinator (full description)
to apply: applications are due 8/25. resume and cover letter can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
This position will provide a graduate student with the opportunity to gain experience in community engagement, social justice advocacy, activist research, as well as develop general research, communication, and event planning skills. The Center for Community Engagement is the “front porch” of the university, working to address issues of disparity and access, through active engagement and connecting UT research and resources with community organizations and community members. Key tasks include:
- Provide program support for key community centered programs and initiatives
- Coordinate community partner meetings, and maintain community partner database
- Support digital and visual content management for the following:
- Monthly Newsletter
- Post CDI event videos
- Promotional Materials
APPLY: email resume and cover letter to email@example.com
ADDITIONAL POSITION OPPORTUNITY:
The Texas Grants Resource Center has an opening for a 20-hour graduate assistant position for 23-24. GAs will help build capacity for Austin nonprofits through grant identification and writing support, and gain skills with event planning, networking, communications, and assessment.
- Support the Grant Search Concierge Service and assist community members to conduct grant opportunity searches for nonprofit community stakeholders
- Develop digital content (newsletter & website)
- Coordinate community partner meetings and events
- Support facilitation of bi-monthly Intro to Grant Search Orientations for nonprofit grants professionals
APPLY: Application materials (resume and cover letter) can be send to Amy Loar, TGRC Assistant Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.