Working as a member of the William Magee Center for Wellness Education, our graduate assistants provide direction for student centered wellness events, programs, and initiatives while assisting with the advisory and supervisory leadership of our student employees.
Available Graduate Assistantship Positions
Graduate Assistantship for Wellness Education (Not accepting applications at this time)
Graduate Assistantship for RebelADE (Not accepting applications at this time)
Graduate Assistantship for CRC (Not accepting applications at this time)
Graduate Assistant for Eating Disorder Education (Not accepting applications at this time)
Student employees of the William Magee Center for Wellness Education are the heartbeat of our work. WMC provides opportunities to gain knowledge in the field of health and wellness, be a positive advocate for your student community, gain leadership skills, and engage in professional development while working in a fast paced, student-centered environment.
Upon hire, student employees will participate in mandatory onboarding, trainings, booster trainings and shadow shifts.
Student Employee Hours and Compensation
Shift hours will vary depending on time of year. Some night and weekend work required. Compensation depends on experience and increases based on budget and employee performance.
Available Student Staff Positions
Wellness Education Representative (currently closed for applications)
Wellness Education Program Assistant (currently closed for applications)
To apply for any position listed above, please email a complete resume, cover letter, and list of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.