Open Paid Graduate Assistant Positions

Campus Inclusion and Community offers graduate assistant (GA) positions open in the 2017-18 academic year as well as one paid summer position. Below is more information about each role.


You can apply for a position by completing this application form. We will contact you to schedule a phone or in person interview.

Multicultural Student Affairs Graduate Assistants

MSA is searching for three (3) Graduate Assistants. A graduate assistant is a part-time employee who is directly supervised by one of our full-time staff members.

Each position serves as a content expert for one of the following student communities: African-American/Black, Asian-American/Pacific Islander/Desi, Latinx, Native American/Indigenous, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer.

In addition, the GA is also given the opportunity to work across communities by focusing on one or more of our major programming areas: Identity Engagement, Leadership & Education, and Institutional Navigation. 

Student Enrichment Services Graduate Assistants

Student Enrichment Services (SES) is one of three departments within Campus Inclusion and Community at Northwestern University and opened its doors in October 2014. SES works with first generation, undocumented/DACA, and/or low-income students to enhance their academic success, personal development, and professional growth. Through campus-wide partnerships, SES builds an inclusive Northwestern community by engaging students and their allies with programming and dialogue around the first generation, undocumented/DACA, and/or low-income experience.

About the Graduate Assistant Position

The GA for Student Enrichment Services is a part-time employee and full-time graduate staff member, who is directly supervised by the Assistant Director of Student Enrichment Services. The individual in this position assists the Assistant Director in all matters pertaining to the development and growth of this new area across the Northwestern campus. Specific areas of responsibilities are outlined below.


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Summer Academic Workshop Graduate Assistant

Campus Inclusion & Community (CIC) seeks a Graduate Assistant (GA) to assist with the Summer Academic Workshop (SAW) 2018. The GA serves as a key point person in the planning, implementation, and overall success of SAW. The successful candidate will train, supervise, and assess six (6) undergraduate Counselors; work closely with the Co-Director of SAW in the planning, implementation, and assessment of SAW’s learning outcomes; and lead activities designed to support students’ personal development.

The SAW GA position is a half-year appointment from March 26, 2018 – September 21, 2018. The GA is expected to complete 15 hours each week, and will earn a total stipend of $5625.00 over the course of the appointment. During the program, which runs Wednesday, August 29th - Friday, September 21, 2018, residency on campus will be required. This position will remain open until filled.


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