Student Positions

Work Study and Graduate Assistantships

Gain experience in your field, develop professional connections, or try something new while making your education more affordable. 

At Marywood, you will find positions such as clerical office work, and computer assistants and musicians for campus ministry, art gallery assistants, life guards, and child care aides. We also offer Graduate Assistantships for students pursuing a master's degree at Marywood University. Job descriptions, required skills, and contact information will be posted at the beginning of each semester.

Apply for a Work Study Position

Placements for Federal Work Study jobs are through Human Resources.

Federal Work Study Students are paid bi-weekly. You will be responsible for tracking your hours and obtaining your supervisor’s signature on the student electronic timesheet. You will also find a Student Employment Information Sheet that you should review. It contains important information including due dates for submission of completed bi-weekly electronic timesheets and pay dates.

  1. You need to complete the Student Employment Interest Form. You can indicate up to three posted jobs for which you would like to be interviewed.
  2. Financial Aid will confirm your eligibility for Work Study and notify you via email.
  3. Once you have been notified by Financial Aid for your eligibility, you are responsible for contacting the departments and scheduling an interview. Interviews may take place over the summer, and may be done in person, or remotely, at the department’s discretion.
  4. Department(s) will notify you and Human Resources if you have been selected for a position.
  5. Once hired, Human Resources will email you.  If you are a new employee, you will be sent new hire paperwork to be completed and returned to HR. If you are a returning employee, you will receive a Frevo contract to be completed. You may do this once you are notified that you have been hired, or when you arrive for the fall semester, but before your first day of work. You cannot begin work until all required paperwork is completed and submitted to Human Resources.
  6. The required paperwork that you will need to complete includes Federal Form I-9 for identification and Form W-4 for federal tax purposes. You are required to bring your original forms of identification with you, copies cannot be accepted. You will need to know your security number, and for direct deposit you will need to provide a voided check or your account and routing number. Here is a list of acceptable documents you may provide to Human Resources.
 

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Work Study

Supervise operation of SoA Laser Cutters and Digital Fabrication Lab Students will receive adequate machine and safety training and will be required to assist entire SoA student body in operating the various machines found within the lab Students will be tasked with general maintenance and cleaning of machines as well as recording data related to the machine's use. Reserved for School of Architecture upperclassmen.

10 hrs/week.  Supervisor James Eckler, jeckler@marywood.edu, Joseph Leone, jtleone@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Give tours to prospective students and families, assist the admissions office with other administrative duties, assist and help out at other university sponsored events such as undergraduate open houses, Admitted Student Day.

Schedule: Monday through Friday, tours at 10am, 11am, 1pm, and 2pm, and select Saturdays as well.

Supervisor Edward Perry, Senior Undergraduate Admissions Counselor, edperry@marywood.edu


Job Schedule:

Monday - Friday and some Saturdays


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

This position serves as an integral part of the Alumni Engagement Office. They provide assistance to the professional staff within the office, including but not limited to: being first point of contact for visitors to the office and phone calls; becoming familiar with the events and programs on the office calendar; making gratitude calls; outreach for event attendance and gifts; assisting with event setup and cleanup, as well as clerical work, including mail deliveries, copying, and assisting with the overall function of the office.

10 hours/week, Monday through Friday 8:30a-4:30p

Supervisor Megan Galko, megalko@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Staffing various varsity athletic contests, monitoring study halls, assisting with sports information.

Schedule varies; could include weekends and evenings.

Supervisor Nicole Malloy, malloy@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

This student work study position offers an opportunity to assist in the coordination and promotion of, as well as the participation in, campus and community-based volunteer projects. Some examples include coordinating volunteers for projects at Our Lady of Peace, Nativity Miguel After School Program, and or Marywood Heights, Friends of the Poor and St Joseph's Center.

Schedule: Various afternoon hours, Monday - Friday

Supervisors: Sr. Cathy Luxner, luxner@marywood.edu and Amy Fotta, amfotta@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Thursday 3:30 PM- 12:00 AM and Saturday 7:30 AM- 4:00 PM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Wednesday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Friday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times.  Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Saturday 7:30 AM-4:00 PM and Sunday 7:30 AM-4:00 PM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times.  Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Friday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Sunday 7:30 AM-4:00 PM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Monday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Wednesday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Tuesday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Saturday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Friday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Sunday 7:30 AM-4:00 PM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Thursday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Saturday 7:30 AM-4:00 PM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Sunday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times. Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Monday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM, Tuesday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Saturday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor the lobby area of the Residence Hall and enforce visitation/sign-in policies of the University Housing. Answer office phone, dispatch officers as needed including 911 and fire alarms, log all calls. Assist with key dissemination and collection. Assist students when locked out; be knowledgeable and familiar with University resources and helpful to other departments, working well with the public is a must. Answer calls on the university switchboard as assigned. Be attentive to desk responsibilities at all times.  Supervisor Michael Pasqualicchio,mpasqualicchio@maryu.marywood.edu

Thursday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM and Sunday 3:30 PM-12:00 AM


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Work study employees are responsible for the curation, creation, and ongoing maintenance of all graphics for the school. Employees will receive graphic standards and training from the sitting graphics committee coordinator for the school using standard Adobe software. Employees will be tasked with general maintenance of a content calendar in the form of Instagram posts and stories with the planned expansion into other social media. Position is reserved for SOA Upperclassmen.

9 hours/week

Supervisors: Ryan Scavnicky, rscavnicky@marywood.edu, & Catherine Armezzan, cmarmezzani@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

  • Coordinates all international student-related activities and functions
  • Coordinates, prepares, and disseminates publications related to international student activities, student intramurals, and student services, to students, staff, and the community
  • Coordinates travel arrangements for student-related field trips in accordance with College policies and procedures:
  • Assists in preparing and editing student flyers, posters, literature, and other materials prepared by international student groups for on and off-campus distribution.

Schedule: Monday thru Sunday, As Needed.  Supervisor Dr. David Kang, dkang@maryu.marywood.edu


Job Schedule:

Monday thru Sunday, as Needed


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Assisting with the creation, supervision and administering of various intramural programs.

Hours vary; could include occasional evenings/weekends.

Supervisors Nicole Malloy, malloy@marywood.edu, Krista Strausser, kstrausser@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Answering phone calls, level one troubleshooting, following up submitted tickets, escalating tickets as necessary, and assisting with troubleshooting classroom technology. Training will be provided for various tasks.

Varying days total of 22 per week.

Supervisors: Aaron Lichtel, alichtel@marywood.edu, Emily Sitler, esitler@marywood.edu, Sara Sauers, sauers@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Provide support for the Nutrition and Dietetics Department’s Lab including, but not limited to, the following:

  • maintain clean and organized cold and dry storage areas as well as the lab and cooking demonstration areas
  • assist with ordering food
  • assist with the preparation for and clean up after food labs including laundering the linens=
  • assist with planning and implementing department events
  • other duties as needed

10 hours/week. Schedule varies. Hours between 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday-Friday.  Supervisor: Dr. Kaitlyn Eck,  keck@maryu.marywood.edu


Job Schedule:

10-15 hours/week. Schedule varies. Hours between 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday-Friday.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

*Must be Lifeguard/CPR/AED and First Aid Certified.

Recognize and respond effectively in emergency situations by activating the Emergency Action Plan. Actively guard and scan the pool area at all times; refrains from socializing and distractive behavior while guarding. Communicate and enforce all pool policies and rules in a personable and professional manner. Conduct pool inspections and complete pool chemical logs and report imbalances or concerns to the. supervisor. Record daily participation numbers and complete daily cleaning assignments. Document any incidents and/or injuries. Perform other duties as assigned.

Monday - Friday, 1-2 hours shifts, between 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Supervisors Shana Keeler, spkeeler@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Note takers for the Office of Student Disability Services will be assigned to a course already on their schedule where a student requires peer notes due to their disability. The role requires the student to take comprehensive and accurate notes during lectures, discussions, and presentations. Notes should capture key concepts, examples, and important details discussed in class. Note takers are to compile, organize, and submit their notes to Brightspace at least once a week, ensuring they are accessible to the student(s) with disabilities. This may require that notes be typed.

Returning students must have a GPA of 3.3 or higher. GPA requirements are not applicable for first-year, first-semester students. Freshman students with strong note-taking skills are strongly encouraged to apply.

Questions please contact disabilityservices@marywood.edu 


Job Schedule:

Varies depending upon course.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

The Financial Aid Office Work Study will serve as a front-desk receptionist for the office. Responsibilities include greeting students and visitors of the financial aid office whether they stop by in person or contact the office via phone or email. Fielding questions and scheduling appointments for various members of the office. Manages the sensitive financial aid documentation coming in and out of the office; files and organizes student financial records. Answers questions regarding financial aid status, missing documentation, and eligibility for certain financial aid programs and/or awards. May perform other duties and projects as assigned by staff.

Monday-Friday, 10 hours per week.  Supervisor Cindy Lee, clee@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

General Office cleaning, answering phones, greeting people, organizing paperwork, organizing crafting/office supplies, etc.

Hours can vary M-F between 8:30am-4:30pm.

Supervisor Erica Armstrong,elarmstrong@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

The School of Social Work is looking for student employees interested in gaining office experience. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Creating recruitment materials for potential incoming students;
  • maintaining spreadsheets for potential incoming students; 
  • helping with campus wide programming;
  • and assisting the Bachelor of Social Work Program Director and the School of Social Work Director with organizing the office, filing paperwork, copying, and other office duties as assigned. 

Schedule:  M-F/10 hours per week. Supervisor: Kaitlin Anderle kaanderle@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Basic office duties, filing, mail run, some Excel work.

2 days / 2 hours each day.

Supervisor Darlene Sedlak,dsedlak@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

The Tutoring Center is hiring for the following positions! All tutors must maintain a 3.2 or higher GPA. Applicants may apply to tutor courses they are currently taking if anticipating earning a final grade of a B+ or higher. Grades will be verified and all applicants will be contacted for an interview. This is a federal work study preferred position. Applicants must complete the Student Employee Interest Form and the Peer Tutor Application Form. We are currently only accepting applications for the following positions for the spring semester:

Science tutors:
B+ or higher in at least four of the following courses or course equivalents such as AP exams or transfer credits: BIOL122 and BIOL122L (Anatomy and Physiology II), BIOL151 & BIOL 151 (General Biology II), BIOL332 (Immunology), BIOL440 (Molecular & Cellular Biology), CHEM132 (General Chemistry II), CHEM222 & CHEM 222L (Organic Chemistry II)
Available to tutor 2-4 hours regularly on Thursdays and 2-4 hours on Tuesdays any time from 1:00PM - 8:00PM.

Math Tutors:
Currently only accepting applicants who have completed MATH155 (Statistics for Behavioral/Social Science) or other Statistics course with a B+ or higher.
Completion of a variety of additional math and physics courses with a B+ or higher.
Available 2-4 hours regularly for at least two of the following: Mondays and Wednesdays any time between 12:00PM to 8:00PM, Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-4 hours between 2:30 PM and 8:00PM, or Friday between 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Writing Tutors:
Must have taken and received a B+ or higher in ENGL160 (Composition or Rhetoric) or transfer credit for a first year composition course or received credit for the AP English Language and Composition Exam
Must submit a writing sample through a linked application
Must have understanding of various writing styles, genres, research, APA style, and MLA style

Course Tutors: Commit to 30-60 minutes per pairing per week. Tutor airing load varies by student demand. Applicants may limit the amount they tutor but should agree to take on at least two tutees.
Business tutors: BUS132 (Accounting II) and a variety of other business courses
History tutors: HIST101: Global History of the Twentieth Century, HIST105: Ethnicity and Diversity in the Modern World, HIST150: Ancient and Medieval World History, HIST253: U.S. History Since 1865
Nursing tutors: Applicants must be eligible for at least two of the following: NURS252: Foundations of Nursing Practice, NURS254: Pharmacology I, NURS351: Nursing Practice for the Adult Health II, NURS352: Behavioral Health Nursing, NURS355: Pharmacology II
Philosophy: PHIL113: Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL354: Philosophy of Mental Health

Supervisor: Katie McNulty, Director of Tutoring & Writing Centers, kmcnulty@marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Monitor fitness center access, check equipment, answer phones and monitor building access, direct members various areas of the building

Schedule varies; could include weekends and evenings.

Supervisors Nicole Malloy malloy@marywood.edu, Matt Guinto mjguinto@marywood.edu, Justin Patterson jmpatterson@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Maintain the Nutrition and Dietetics Department’s presence on social media. Tasks/duties include:

  • Maintaining a content calendar, detailing the content and timing of each post to ensure posts are made consistently and cover a variety of topics
  • Creating eye-catching content that highlight all aspects of the department
  • Sourcing content from students, faculty, and alumni
  • Remaining current on social media trends and recommending practices that can be incorporated into the department’s social media strategy
  • other duties as needed

10 hours/week. Flexible schedule.  Supervisor: Dr. Kaitlyn Eck, keck@maryu.marywood.edu


Job Schedule:

10 hours/week. Flexible schedule.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Are you a person who enjoys connecting with others? Working as a Student Caller will offer you the opportunity to strengthen your communication skills, enhance your critical thinking and practical skills, and share information with alumni, parents, and friends of Marywood. Your engagement and connections with Marywood Alumni could even help you find your own path. If you are articulate, passionate about Marywood, and willing to ask for gifts in support of the University and Pacers like you, then this position is for you!

Monday through Friday, anytime between 8:30a-4:30pm; evening hours are also available.

Supervisor Christina Mace, cmace@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

OVERVIEW:  The Office of Student Engagement is searching for front desk student staff. These positions are part-time working between 5 and 12 hours a week and must be (and remain) federal work study eligible. The front desk staff for the Office of Student Engagement are hired to welcome and greet students, staff, faculty, and visitors of the college, direct questions to the proper individual or department and exemplify all of the star qualities of a true leader and put the experience of the guest as a top priority.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Office of Student Engagement Front Desk staff monitor access to the office throughout the day, provide information for patrons, assist with event preparation, and fulfill designated duties as assigned by professional staff. Hired staff must possess good oral communication skills and be familiar with not only the Office of Student Engagement but Marywood as a whole. This position works primarily around a seven-day week with the effort to extend the hours of the Office. Work shifts cannot be more than six hours a day or exceed 12 hours per week. Staff must be able to lift 5 – 20 lb. as well as be energetic, positive, and portray great work ethic while having a great sense of humor. Front Desk staff must be able to multitask.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:  Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Monitor and organize incoming mail for student organizations
  • Answer questions via phone and in-person from patrons
  • Periodically do rounds within the Nazareth Student Center to ensure all areas are clean, expired/unapproved promotional materials are removed, and the building is functioning effectively
  • Must be able to lift 5 – 20 lb. boxes
  • Attend monthly staff meetings, workshops, training sessions (as necessary for staff development) and one-on-one’s
  • Wear proper Office of Student Engagement staff attire
  • Other duties as assigned by Office professional staff

TIME COMMITMENT/PAY SCALE:  The pay for Office of Student Engagement Front Desk staff is determined by the Office of Financial Aid and Human Resources. Individual schedules will include 5 to 12 hours/week.  Supervisor Kevin Farrell, kfarrell@maryu.marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Music Theatre and Dance

Teaching and assisting with group lessons for young string players ages 4-18.
Mondays, Wednesday and Thursdays


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Provide office support, answer and direct phone calls and visitors; make gratitude phone calls; file/scan and create documents; assist with department events as needed; conduct data entry activities; run errands for the Office of University Advancement.

10 hours/week, Monday through Friday, anytime between 8:30am-4:30pm.

Supervisor Christina Mace, cmace@marywood.edu.


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

  • Provide customer service to students and patrons including: answering calls, fielding front desk questions, analyzing stats of front desk usage, charging and discharging library materials from the Automatic Storage and Retrieval System, Core Textbook Collection, and the SGA collection.\
  • Conduct bin and stack maintenance.
  • Guiding students to appropriate resources and departments within Library Resources and the Learning Commons.
  • Assisting staff in the creation of new promotional materials, library events, management of LibCal study rooms, and special projects assigned.

4-8 hours (per week); nights and weekends preferred

Supervisor Sarah Sporko, sesporko@maryu.marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Educational Technology Services (ETS) is looking for a student with media experience to produce case studies and simulated short videos for online courses for various content areas. This position will work closely with faculty members and the Director of ETS to develop storyboards, acting scripts, and video content.

M-F, flexible hours. Supervisor Kathleen Covey, kcovey@maryu.marywood.edu


If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a Student Employment Interest Form You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

Student Only

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)

  • The Research Assistant (RA) will be involved in quantitative and qualitative data retrieval and management for research projects and publications from ASEC database and related resources.  The candidate will work with a team of collaborators from the Research and Evaluation Unit of ASEC to enhance best practices and development of research methods, creation of surveys that promote scholarly excellence, and quality work for publication. The Research Assistant will be responsible to work within the number of hours per week stipulated by their contract.
  • The Research Assistant will be responsible to work within the 20 hours per week stipulated by their contract. This position is a grant-funded and will be renewed annually, subject to the availability of funds in the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) grants.

  • Special Qualifications:

    Must be a current Marywood student - all majors and levels of study are eligible.


    Apply for Research Assistant - Research Initiative Unit online
    African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)

  • The Research Assistant will provide support for Monitoring Evaluation of the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) and ASEC’s Educational Programs. The candidate will work with a team of collaborators from the Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, Senior / Program Managers of ASEC to enhance best practices, creation of surveys that collect date for program evaluation.
  • The Research Assistant will be responsible to work within the 20 hours per week stipulated by their contract. This position is a grant-funded and will be renewed annually, subject to the availability of funds in the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) grants.

  • Special Qualifications:

    Must be a current Marywood student - all majors and levels of study are eligible.


    Apply for Research Assistant Monitoring Evaluation Unit online
    Conference and Events Services

  • Assist the Office of Conference & Event Services with the summer residence camps and conferences.  Duties include
  • coordination of the check-in/check-out process,
  • preparation of and management of the key cards. 
  • Acting as a liaison between the guests and the University including being on 24hr. call on a rotation basis. 
  • In addition this position also works with the office staff on pre-conference/camp preparations.
  • Position to include room and board for the 13 weeks in addition to wages as compensation.


    Required Qualifications:

    Educational – Full Time College Student.  Must possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills.  Must be able to multi-task.  Possess a valid Driver’s License.  Lifeguard Certification preferred.


    Job Schedule:

    20 hours per week, 13 weeks. per year.

    Various times                  


    Apply for Summer Residence Assistant 4 Positions online

    Apply for a Graduate Assistantship

    NOTE: All students interested in applying for a Graduate Assistantship listed should read the Conditions of Appointment for Graduate Assistantships and Application Process prior to submitting an application.

    Once job descriptions and required skills have been posted, the application process opens in February each year.

    Assistantships will be in effect for the 2024-2025 academic year, commencing with the first day of the fall semester and terminating the last day of the spring semester.

    Students awarded full-time or part-time graduate assistantships will register for and complete a minimum of 6 graduate credits each semester and must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on studentaid.gov. For full-time graduate assistantships, the University will provide tuition remission for 4.5 credits for the fall semester and 4.5 credits of tuition remission for the spring semester. For part-time graduate assistantships, the University will provide tuition remission for 2.25 credits for the fall semester and 2.25 credits of tuition remission for the spring semester. Students with full-time graduate assistantships will work, on average, 20 hours per week, for a maximum of 640 hours per academic year, while students with part-time graduate assistantships will work, on average, 10 hours per week for a maximum of 320 hours per academic year. The tuition remission will not be credited to a student's account without a valid FAFSA on file with the Financial Aid Office. *International students are exempt from the FAFSA requirement.*

    Compensation is paid to students on two-week intervals. Graduate assistants may only perform work while the Fall 2024 semester and the Spring 2025 semester are in session.

    If you receive and accept a graduate assistantship, you relinquish any claim to graduate scholarship program awards for that academic year.

    Graduate assistants are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.25 each semester. Current graduate students must maintain a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.25 to renew or receive consideration for a new graduate assistantship position.

    If you must resign from an assistantship prior to the end of your appointment (except in the event of illness or disability resulting in the inability to fulfill the requirements of the assistantship), the following conditions will apply:

    If your resignation or termination becomes effective at the end of the fall semester, you will forfeit tuition remission for the spring semester.

    If your resignation or termination becomes effective at any time prior to the end of your contracted term, your tuition discount will be prorated pursuant to the number of weeks remaining in the semester from the date of resignation or termination, and you will be responsible for repayment of any tuition balance due thereafter. The prorated amount shall be calculated by the Financial Aid Office and must be paid to the Cashier's Office within 30 days of the adjustment. You will also forfeit the remaining stipend pursuant to the number of weeks remaining in the semester.

    If you resign from your assistantship, it is strongly recommended that you give a minimum of two weeks notice in writing to your supervisor.

    The University reserves the right, after giving 30 days notice, to terminate the assistantship on the recommendation of your supervisor or dean if you fail to perform assigned duties satisfactorily, to meet academic standards set by the University, or to conform to the policies of the University.

    Graduate assistantships are not renewed automatically. It is the responsibility of the student to apply for these opportunities for the next academic year by the established deadline.

    Gross and/or willful misconduct or moral turpitude will result in immediate termination of the assistantship appointment.

    Marywood University abides by The Council of Graduate Schools' Resolution Regarding Graduate Scholars, Fellows, Trainees and Assistants. An acceptance given or left in force after April 15 commits the student not to accept another offer without first obtaining a written release from Marywood University. Similarly, an offer by Marywood University after April 15 is conditional on presentation by the student of the written release from any previously accepted offer.

    To Apply

    Step 1: Review the conditions of appointment and the list of available positions below. (Note – positions will be removed from this page once an offer has been accepted.)

    Step 2: Develop a resume in Microsoft Word strictly limited to two pages.

    Please include the following:

    1. Personal Information (name, address, daytime phone number, email address)
    2. Assistantship Objective (include university academic or support departments in which you have an assistantship interest).
    3. Education History (list in reverse chronological order)
    4. Occupation experience (list in reverse chronological order)
    5. Professional and research skills
    6. Awards and special recognition

    Step 3: Complete the 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application and upload your resume when prompted. You may indicate up to three (3) assistantship preferences in your application.

    Step 4: If you are selected for an assistantship, you will receive an email from gradassistantship@marywood.edu with an Offer Letter and Offer Form. Complete and return the signed Offer Form by the deadline. You must also complete additional paperwork for Human Resources prior to your start date.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The application deadline for these assistantships is March 31, 2024.

    If you have any questions about the assistantship program, please contact ajmullikin@marywood.edu or (570) 348-6232.

    Students awarded graduate assistantships in an academic year who accept those positions are not eligible to receive scholarship awards.

    Neither scholarship or assistantship awards are renewed automatically each year. It is the responsibility of the student to reapply each academic year.

    Graduate Assistantship Positions 

     

    Graduate Assistantship

    School of Business and Global Innovation

    This key GA would work with Admissions, IT and the Registrar to get students onboarded and enrolled each semester. They will simultaneously work with faculty to develop great course content and wonderful learning experiences for our AASTMT students. The student should be proficient in Arabic. Work schedule will be dynamic and have variable hours depending on class delivery in Egypt.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    School of Architecture

    The School of Architecture is seeking a full time Graduate Assistant in Architectural and Design Systems. The Graduate Assistant will conduct research on various scale Architectural and Design Systems, will assist faculty, administrators, and students during the systems construction phase. This position will offer to the Graduate Assistant the opportunity of gaining in-depth understanding of the many aspects of the subject matter. Furthermore, this position will prepare the Graduate Student for an active role in the practice of architecture and related disciplines. The Graduate Assistant will be responsible of the following tasks: 1. Work with several faculty members and administrators on various scale systems, 2. Conduct a number of case studies of system models from ideation to three-dimensional printing techniques with the aid of 3D printers, 3. Conduct quantitative studies on the quality of interior systems demonstrated through ergonomic and other performance analyses, 4. Conduct visual representation and physical model demonstrations on the impact of the proposed systems. 5. Collect and organize analyses results in the form of a report.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Art/Art Therapy Program

    The ideal candidate for the Art Therapy Program Graduate Assistantship will engage in various tasks that require a wide range of knowledge, skills, and abilities. This GA position will include 20 hours weekly under the direction of Christina Taylor, Director of Art Therapy, Assistant Professor of Practice. The graduate assistant will be expected to: —Assistant with ongoing administrative tasks: organization, filing, emailing, creation of documents, and maintenance of both the art studio & the Sandplay room. —Organization of program events including, but not limited to, Social Justice & Advocacy Day, the Art Therapy Program Symposium and maintenance of social media posts, along with the Marywood University Student Art Therapy Association (MUSATA) student chapter, promoting and archiving community events and service done in the Art Therapy Program. —Secretary of Advisory Board Committee for Graduate Program —Other program specific tasks Criteria for Selecting Graduate Assistants 1. Admission to the program and full-time status. 2. Full-time (nine credits per semester) status while holding the assistantship. 3. Minimum 3.0 undergraduate grade point average. Current graduate students may apply for an assistantship after completion of nine semester hours of graduate credit with a cumulative average of 3.0 or higher. 4. Two letters of recommendation and submission of application materials. 5. Successful interview or equivalent assessment of suitability for assistantship by department personnel.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)

    (One of two positions) The Graduate Assistant provides administrative support for implementation of the grant-funded Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) and Sisters Leadership Development (SLDI) programs. They report to the Senior Program Manager, Programs, and the Senior Program Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation in the office of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) at Marywood University. In this role, the GA's primary responsibilities are to provide administrative support for the implementation of program monitoring, evaluation, and administrative activities, e.g. recruitment and workshops; management of student/program data; and fulfillment of grant reporting and accountability. The GA will enter/file student, partner, and program data and documents through organizational information management systems. They will maintain program administrative email accounts, communicating with students, staff, and constituents in ten countries in Africa. They will support the development/maintenance of program informational documents. They will enter quantitative data into SPSS and enter/code qualitative data, including transcripts. They will track submission of student/alumnae evaluative surveys and forms. They will coordinate with ASEC staff in Africa for the coordination of ASEC program activities and distribution and submission of student/alumnae evaluation forms. As needed, the GA will engage in research relevant to ASEC programs. This position requires strong writing and communications skills; familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Suites; critical thinking; organizational skills; ability to work in a team; multicultural competence; and knowledge of research. Knowledge of SPSS and data management is preferred. In this position, the selected GA will work in an international, cross-cultural environment. The successful candidate will gain skills in program management, quantitative/qualitative data management, grants management, research, and monitoring and evaluation. HESA and SLDI are programs of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based at Marywood University. HESA/SLDI are grant-funded programs that advance ASEC's mission to empower women religious in ten countries in Africa to become leaders in their communities and in society through higher education and leadership development. More information is available at http://asec-sldi.org/our-programs/


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)

    (One of two positions) The Graduate Assistant provides administrative support for implementation of the grant-funded Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) and Sisters Leadership Development (SLDI) programs. They report to the Senior Program Manager, Programs, and the Senior Program Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation in the office of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) at Marywood University. In this role, the GA's primary responsibilities are to provide administrative support for the implementation of program monitoring, evaluation, and administrative activities, e.g. recruitment and workshops; management of student/program data; and fulfillment of grant reporting and accountability. The GA will enter/file student, partner, and program data and documents through organizational information management systems. They will maintain program administrative email accounts, communicating with students, staff, and constituents in ten countries in Africa. They will support the development/maintenance of program informational documents. They will enter quantitative data into SPSS and enter/code qualitative data, including transcripts. They will track submission of student/alumnae evaluative surveys and forms. They will coordinate with ASEC staff in Africa for the coordination of ASEC program activities and distribution and submission of student/alumnae evaluation forms. As needed, the GA will engage in research relevant to ASEC programs. This position requires strong writing and communications skills; familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Suites; critical thinking; organizational skills; ability to work in a team; multicultural competence; and knowledge of research. Knowledge of SPSS and data management is preferred. In this position, the selected GA will work in an international, cross-cultural environment. The successful candidate will gain skills in program management, quantitative/qualitative data management, grants management, research, and monitoring and evaluation. HESA and SLDI are programs of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based at Marywood University. HESA/SLDI are grant-funded programs that advance ASEC's mission to empower women religious in ten countries in Africa to become leaders in their communities and in society through higher education and leadership development. More information is available at http://asec-sldi.org/our-programs/


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Athletics and Recreation

    The Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant is a position that will aid in the development, planning, and implementation of all aspects of the Sports Information office. In addition, this person will be the primary media contact for selected sports and serve as a secondary contact for Marywood University's 22 athletics programs. The graduate assistant will assist the Director of Athletic Communications in all aspects of the office on a day-to-day basis. The position also requires event game management, including statistics compilation, live broadcasting, social media production, and other duties as assigned on game day. The Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant will report to the Director of Athletic Communications.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Athletics and Recreation

    Marywood University, a Division III member of the Atlantic East Conference (AEC) is currently seeking candidates for Graduate Assistant in Athletics and Recreation for the 2024-2025 academic year. The Athletics Graduate Assistant will assist in achieving Marywood University's strategic initiative to grow recruitment and retention within the Athletics and Recreation Department and greater Marywood University community via intramurals and recreation programming, community and student experience (fan experience), fundraising for teams and department, and assistance with community service projects and admissions events (open houses). Sample of position responsibilities: -Complete coursework toward your Master's degree while getting hands on job experience -Assist Intramurals and Recreation Coordinator in creating programming; coordinate with Student Engagement Office/Director on game/fan experience. -Work directly with the Director of Athletics and Pacers Club to increase fundraising avenues for the Department and teams through the annual Golf Tournament. Assist in coordinating team fundraising activities. -Assist in community service through coordination of team and Department service projects. -Participate in monthly Athletic Department and building staff meetings -Act as game manager for various athletic events -Assist with Admissions events and open houses. Serve as liaison/point of contact for the Department in coordinating participation from coaches in said events. -Work directly with other departments such as Marketing, Admissions, Student Engagement, Advancement, Campus Ministry and others. Position Requirements: -Must apply and be accepted into one Marywood University's Master's Degree programs -Knowledge of collegiate athletics or sports management background preferred -Must have availability to work nights and weekends -Communication, organizational, and time management skills -Proficiency in Gmail, Google Suite, Microsoft Office/Excel, Zoom/Google Meet -Have a valid driver's license


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Career Development Center

    The Career Development Center has a unique opportunity for a full-time graduate assistant (20 hours per week) to provide career focused support to our current students and prestigious alumni. This position will report directly to the Director of Career Development and will be responsible for providing various services that encourage career development. Some of the tasks that the graduate assistant will conduct include assisting with the scheduling of appointments, meeting one-on-one with students/alumni to review resumes and cover letters, facilitating career coaching to aid in the career decision making process, data collection and analysis for programming assessment and student outcomes, researching new career industry trends, presenting valuable career specific information, providing mock interviews, and any other assigned tasks. The ideal candidate will be someone who has excellent active listening skills and exceptional communication abilities, is well organized, can work independently as well as within a team environment, and is technologically savvy. This position will provide excellent experience for a student with interest in counseling, social work, higher education, career development, communication, and marketing, while also supporting the mission and core values of Marywood University. Any questions regarding this graduate assistant proposal may be directed to Dr. Jeff Kegolis, Vice President for the Student Experience, Learning Commons 372, jlkegolis@marywood.edu or at office phone number (570) 348-6050.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    School of Business and Global Innovation

    Working with MU staff and facilitators of our Chinese program with Zijing Education along with other partners to help facilitate our continued growth. This person would work directly with Admissions, IT, Registrar and other administrators on campus to facilitate student enrollment. Additionally, they will be working with faculty on class delivery in all aspects including translating lectures and powerpoints, assessing student success and helping deliver quality content to students. Hours are non standard and require late evening and early morning schedules.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Office of Student Engagement

    Provide guidance and support to commuter student life. Assist to build resources for commuter students. Help commuter students become effectively integrated into the campus community. Assisting in the development of events, programs, and community meetings for commuter students. Regular in-person meetings with Student Engagement professional staff. Host focus group meetings with commuter students at Marywood. Email correspondence as necessary. Conducting workshops for first-year commuter students.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Counseling and Student Development Center

    The Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC) Graduate Assistantship will involve spearheading the development and coordination of programs related to "AOD" (Alcohol and other Drugs). This encompasses organizing Alcohol Education Classes to fulfill campus judicial requirements and implementing assessment and referral procedures. Additionally, the role includes coordinating the campus-wide Alcohol Screening Day in collaboration with Scranton's Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center.

    Responsibilities also extend to assisting in the development, revision, and delivery of CSDC wellness programs in areas such as Stress Management, Healthy Relationships, Sexual Assault Awareness, Body Size Acceptance, and Alcohol Awareness. This includes planning and facilitating activities during "Perfectly Imperfect Eating Disorder" and "Body Size Acceptance Week," involving coordination with CSDC staff, graduate trainees, and overseeing event advertisements.

    The graduate assistant will coordinate planning efforts with other campus organizations, ensuring the successful execution of activities throughout the week. Additionally, the role involves overseeing the startup of psycho-educational groups each semester, from advertising and member sign-ups to securing locations and coordinating logistics with graduate trainees serving as group facilitators.

    Collaboration with the Student Life Division of Marywood University, including Housing and Residence Life, Student Engagement, and Athletics, is essential. The graduate assistant will play a key role in developing, implementing, and maintaining CSDC advertising through various channels, including Facebook and Instagram accounts. The distribution of clinically appropriate resources, flyers, and folders, in collaboration with CSDC graduate trainees and staff, is geared towards increasing participation in program offerings while working to destigmatize and strengthen the community.

    Technological proficiency is crucial, as the graduate assistant will manage virtual program planning tools such as Frevo forms, Google platforms, and other associated technologies. This extends to the coordination of fulfillment client care, supervised by professional staff.

    In the absence of the Administrative Assistant, the graduate assistant will assume all designated duties, demonstrating the ability to manage and respond to a high volume of in-person requests and telephone calls. Adherence to ethical standards and federal regulations regarding confidentiality, strong organizational skills, and the capacity to multitask with supervision are paramount. The position requires a commitment of 20 hours per week.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Psychology & Counseling

    The student should have a strong interest in professional counseling. The student should expect to engage in a collaborative learning and supervision experience, be prepared to share ideas, and ask questions. A major component of this assistantship will be working with faculty, undergraduate students, and supervisors. The student should demonstrate strong leadership skills and be comfortable with public speaking. Further, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well with others is required. The student should have research interests related to the counselor's role in professional practice, teaching, research, and supervision. Additionally, the student should be motivated, organized, timely, and able to work independently. Strong writing and/or editing skills are preferred. Finally, the student should be familiar with Brightspace, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Experience with survey and basic website design would be helpful but is not required.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Psychology & Counseling

    A conscientious and energetic graduate assistant is needed to support the continued growth and success of the accredited counseling program. The graduate assistant will work closely with their advisor on all aspects of their current research projects. The graduate assistant will be involved with activities related to program evaluation and accreditation requirements. The graduate assistant will also have the opportunity to co-facilitate a personal growth group under the supervision of the advisor. The graduate assistant will participate in program enrollment and student engagement activities. Interested students should have a strong interest in professional counseling, particularly school counseling. A major component of this assistantship will be working with counseling faculty and other graduate counseling students. Additionally, the student should be motivated, organized, timely, and able to work independently. Strong writing and/or editing skills are preferred. Finally, the student should be familiar with Brightspace, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    School of Architecture

    The School of Architecture is seeking a full time Graduate Assistant for Digital Fabrication. The GA will manage the Digital Fabrication Lab and assist faculty, administrators, and students with the fabrication equipment. This position will provide opportunities to explore the technology's potential through research, self-directed experimentation, and assisting other students. Additionally, the student will gain skills in managing work-study students and supporting fabrication equipment, which will better prepare the student for the professional environment of an architectural practice. The tasks associated with this position include the following:
    - Provide support for and management of digital fabrication lab, including monitoring equipment and overseeing student-worker assigned to the lab.
    - Manage job queue
    - Assist students and faculty with fabrication and printing issues/problems
    - Report problems with equipment


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Psychology & Counseling/School Psychology Program

    The Director of School Psychology seeks an advanced psychology graduate student to assist with the daily management and operations of the Department's Psychological Assessment Lab, including organizing of assessment materials and equipment, overseeing, dispensing, and returning of assessment materials and equipment, and maintaining adequate levels of all Psychology and Counseling Department assessment materials and equipment (e.g., psychoeducational kits, manuals, protocols, iPads, digital scoring and interpretation programs). The graduate assistant will also help promote a diverse and dynamic service-oriented student organization through the program's Facebook and Instagram accounts and organize programs and activities associated with the Department's School Psychology Club, along with other Department sponsored initiatives and programming. Other key components of the assistantship include updating and maintaining databases of practicum and internship placements of previous/current students; updating, and maintaining databases of program alumni; helping with data collection/entry associated with accreditation needs; collaboration with students, faculty, and community members, including fundraising for students, program, and community needs; helping organize joint ventures with other Departments to meet student, department, university, and community service-learning needs; and participating in research, class preparation, and other data collection and activities as indicated.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Exercise Science

    The Exercise Science Department Graduate Assistant is responsible for providing crucial support in various areas. This includes actively participating in university and departmental open houses to showcase the program's strengths and engage with prospective students. The Graduate Assistant will also play a key role in supporting faculty members and contributing to the academic success of undergraduate students. This support extends to assisting students in their community service initiatives and professional development endeavors. The overarching goal is to enhance the overall student experience, promote the program's visibility, and contribute to the success of both faculty and undergraduate students in the Exercise Science Department.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Office of Global Eduation

    The Office of Global Education has a great opportunity for a graduate assistant (GA) to provide support to the office by helping the Associate Provost for Global Education to coordinate programs, events, and activities for the Marywood community as well as international students and scholars. The GA is to help promote international education programs and study-abroad programs and coordinate logistics matters for on-/off-campus cultural activities for international students. The GA should be able to provide the Marywood community with opportunities for the Marywood community to become familiar with and gain an appreciation for other cultures as we prepare our campus to engage with a global society. The GA should be able to effectively communicate in a professional, diplomatic, empathetic manner using the preferred method and level as applicable to the tasks. The ideal candidate will be someone who is a critical thinker, creative, well organized, has excellent communication skills, and can work both independently as well as within a team environment. Therefore, the GA must have well-developed multicultural competencies and provide service excellence through courteous, informed, accessible, and professional engagement.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    School of Social Work - Lehigh Valley MSW Program

    The successful candidate will assist the Lehigh Valley MSW Program and MSW Field Education Director in supporting MSW students within the School of Social Work. GA will work individually with MSW students to create a welcoming, supportive environment. GA will interact with community members in a professional manner. GA will support program efforts to implement accreditation recommendations and planned program improvements.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Nutrition and Dietetics

    The primary duty of the full-time (20 hours/week) GA for the undergraduate and graduate programs within the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics will be to support the designated Nutrition and Dietetics faculty mentors with literature reviews, research, grant/project proposal writing, data collection and analysis, as well as with developing manuscripts, posters, and presentation slides. This will allow the GA to gain experience in all facets of the research process from proposal development and submission, to collecting and interpreting results, and manuscript development. They will gain experience with SPSS, and other quantitative and qualitative data analysis programs. The GA will also assist faculty with the development of programs that support research initiatives and/or departmental goals. Additionally, the GA will gain insight and experience in program accreditation practices by working with a program director to evaluate the current effectiveness of quality assurance (QA). The GA will assist with outcomes data collection and will develop effective QA data presentations, analyze the meaning of the data, and revise policies and procedures based on the data. The GA will also assist with enrollment efforts through recruitment, marketing, and social media activities for our undergraduate and graduate programs. Tasks include, but are not limited to, communication with prospective students, conducting tours of the campus and department, as well as preparing for and participating in recruitment activities (such as departmental Open House events). The time spent on each duty will vary each week. The faculty mentors will work closely with the GA to prioritize the weekly duties and manage their time. This GA will have a founder's mentality and will utilize their curiosity and creativity to collaborate with the faculty mentors to achieve the outlined goals. The GA will be adaptable, confident, self-motivated, and friendly. They will have both cognitive and technical skills and will demonstrate a desire to further develop these and other skills through collaboration and mentorship.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Office of Equity and Inlusion

    The graduate assistant for the Office of Institutional Equity and Inclusion will work closely with the Director of Student Equity, Inclusion and Programming. Together they will develop programs and events for the Marywood community. They will support opportunities for training and development for our faculty, staff, and students. These will be developed in order to engage the community in cultural experiences, celebrations, and education. There is opportunity for the graduate assistant to conduct research and compile resources for the utilization of students, faculty, and staff. Additionally they will work to support the TRHT Center (Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation). It is encouraged that the graduate assistant be proficient in their verbal and written communication skills. The graduate assistant will have the opportunity to share their creativity and artistic abilities through this position. The graduate assistant will also have the opportunity to work with our Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Inclusion.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Office of Student Disability Services

    The Graduate Assistant in the Office of Student Disability services will serve as a paraprofessional and assist with administrative and office support work. This position will report directly to the Director of Student Disability Services and be responsible for short-term and long-term projects for the office and the students it serves. These projects include assisting with the coordination of accommodation plans for students with disabilities, overseeing a large student staff of student employees, and developing and executing projects for the betterment of the office and the students. The ideal candidate for this position is someone who works well independently and is organized, is comfortable taking initiative and thinking critically, has experience working with diverse populations of college students, and is comfortable with the sensitive and often private nature of many of the manners addressed in Student Disability Services. Finally, this position will allow the candidate to assume all roles and responsibilities of managing a higher education office, while continuing to support and pursue the mission and values of Marywood University. Any questions regarding this graduate assistantship proposal may be directed to: Terri Henderson, Director of Student Disability Services, thenderson@maryu.marywood.edu or at office phone number (570) 348-6211 ext. 2335.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Campus Ministry / Office of Community Service and Social Justice

    The Office of Community Service and Social Justice, located within Campus Ministry, seeks a full-time graduate assistant to support the administrative work of researching, planning, communicating, evaluating and facilitating all details related to the day-to-day operation of Pacer Pantry. The primary focus of a full-time GA will be coordinating Pacer Pantry, Marywood's campus-based food pantry. This involves work with student volunteers (promote, recruit, train, supervise), community partners (inventory, logistics, stocking items), and other campus departments such as Student Health Services to continue to improve upon the day-to-day operations of Pacer Pantry to meet the increasing needs of students facing food insecurity. In addition, this GA will work collaboratively with the Director of Community Service and Social Justice to research emerging trends and determine opportunities to more effectively respond to student needs, as recommended by the PA Hunger-Free Campus Coalition, of which Marywood is a designated institution. This position requires a commitment to the mission and core values of Marywood, an interest in community engagement and social justice advocacy, organizational skills, attention to details, skill in collaboration and teamwork, and strong oral and written communication skills.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Professional Continuing Education

    The Professional Continuing Education Graduate Assistant will be responsible for collaborating with the PCE Coordinator in offering new educational opportunities encompassing virtual and onsite learning initiatives. These targeted opportunities will assist individuals in obtaining non-credit bearing certifications and professionals maintaining professional certifications, along with other identified needs (e.g., personal enrichment) within the regional workforce at large. This individual will be responsible in aiding the Coordinator with all applicable operational duties including interaction with the community on behalf of the University as needed.


    If you would like to apply for a position, first login into your Marywood student Gmail, and then submit a 2024-2025 Graduate Assistantship Application. You may list up to 3 positions you are interested in.

    Psychology & Counseling

    The GA will work closely with the Department's Administrative Assistant and department faculty and staff as needed in delivering the following duties and responsibilities: - Review and revise to Psychology & Counseling webpages and catalog - Create materials for marketing of Department programs and events - Produce content for Department social media - Monitor, forward, and respond to Department emails (psyc-coun @marywood.edu) - Respond to and meet with prospective students with program information - Use technology to collect, analyze, interpret, and present program evaluation data for Department programs - Perform administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning, etc., as requested by Department faculty and staff - Retrieve information as requested from records, email, minutes, and other related documents; prepares written summaries of data when needed - Maintain office supplies and coordinates maintenance of Department equipment. Skills Needed - This position requires excellent: - Organizational skills and attention to detail - Information literacy (ability to locate, evaluate, and effectively use the required information) - Written communication - Interpersonal skills - Time management


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    Psychology & Counseling

    This graduate assistantship provides the opportunity to collaborate on psychological research with faculty and students and to support undergraduate courses and programs in the Department of Psychology & Counseling. The GA will be involved in all phases of the research process from literature review to data collection, analysis, and presentation/publication of results. The GA will support undergraduate programming/advising and act as a teaching assistant for undergraduate courses in Social Psychology, Personality Psychology, and/or Experimental Psychology I/II. Skills required: Project management and organization skills; ability to communicate effectively; strong attention to detail; ability to work well in a team environment.


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    School of Business & Global Innovation

    Graduate Assistantship in the School of Business & Global Innovation. Responsibilities include: performing financial and economic research for the Pacer Investment Fund; providing project-based recruitment support and additional organizational assistance for the operations of the School; and assisting the faculty mentor, Dr. Art Comstock, with data collection, research, and grant possibilities.


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    S.T.A.R.S Program

    The S.T.A.R.S Graduate Assistant (GA) will perform a wide variety of tasks, for the implementation and coordination of the Student Together Achieving Remarkable Success (STARS) program 2024-2025. He/She/They will work 20 hours per week; split between Marywood University campus, and a nearby off-campus location for after-school programming that enriches the educational experience of local Latinx youth. The GA develops and executes innovative and interactive programming and events that optimize interpersonal skills and academic performance among the youth served and facilitate trustworthy connections between college and graduate student mentor volunteers and youth participants. Tasks will include researching multi-culturally attuned college and career readiness, core life skills and civic engagement programming and activities, along with developing needs assessment and program evaluation surveys. Likewise, GA, alongside the STARS program Director and Curriculum Coordinator, will be facilitating and leading college and career readiness weekly activities between mentor volunteers and youths, monthly youth and parent workshops, monthly Family and Senior Nights, and serve on the advisory committees. This position requires an understanding of, and willingness to, operationalize Marywood's mission and core values. The ideal candidate is someone with a high energy level and mature professionalism which result in an independent, self-propelling interest in service-oriented work. The individual must have a fine-tuned sense of integrity and privacy, since the person in this position is privy to information of a confidential nature. The individual will also be willing to learn and understand the institutional and systemic educational barriers that the Latinx community at-large faces and the importance of grass-roots programs such as STARS in advancing the Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice of this community. Being bilingual in Spanish and English is certainly a plus but not a requirement.


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    School of Social Work

    The successful candidate will (USLO 2i &j) (USLO 3f) the BSW and MSW programs (School of Social Work) Directors and Field Directors in supporting social work students through their respective programs and prepare them for acceptance/entrance into the MSW program and employment. The GA will work individually and with student groups to create a welcoming and supportive environment. The GA will assist the Directors of the SSW in preparation of Accreditation responses and EPAS 2022 compliance. The GA will participate in research of BSW/MSW trends and help in strategic planning.


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    School of Education

    As the primary liaison between the classroom component of the SOAR program and the university, the GA will spend most of the 10-hours with the SOAR students. In the SOAR classroom, the GA will assist with academic, technology, and social skills training under the direction of the SOAR classroom teacher. The GA will also help to train and supervise SOAR students as they perform their on-campus jobs. Approximately one hour per week will be devoted to record-keeping, updating the website, and assisting with faculty research.


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    Social Science Department

    The student's assistantship duties will entail: 1) conducting research using the Marywood library databases and Google scholar; 2) working with library staff to acquire research articles as well as book chapters that may not be available directly through databases such as EBSCO host and Google scholar; 3) reading and summarizing peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters; 4) finding and downloading data from websites such as ICPSR; 5) working on departmental and related websites; 6) review transcriptions of interviews for errors; 7) attending weekly or bi-weekly meetings with other Marywood faculty to discuss the results of these inquires.


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    Dean of Students Office

    Student Conduct GA duties: serve as a preliminary hearing officer (approximately 1-3 hours per week); develop & implement formal training for Hearing Officers and Conduct Board (approximately 2-4 hours per week); educate student body on Marywood University student handbook, policies, and procedures (approximately 2-4 hours per week); assess learning outcomes (approximately 1-3 hours per week); assist with preparation of reports (approximately 1-3 hours per week); research related to best practices in and assessment of student conduct (approximately 3-8 hours per week); other duties as assigned (approximately 2-8 hours per week); one-on-one supervision (approximately 1 hour per week). Required skills: strong written and verbal communication; attentive listening and basic counseling skills; people skills; commitment to equity and inclusion; ability to think critically and creatively; attention to detail; strong time management and organizational skills.


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    Tutoring and Writing Centers

    This graduate assistant will assist the Director of Tutoring & Writing Centers in the continued improvement and management of tutoring services. Responsibilities include supporting tutors both on a one-on-one basis as well as various group workshops, meeting with students as needed to assist in helping them develop strong study skills and make the best of their tutoring appointments, creating and managing social media content, assisting in collecting and using data to gauge effectiveness and reach out to struggling students for services, and collaborating with various departments to deliver workshops. Applicants should posses excellent written and oral communication and organization skills, be familiar with Canva and creating social media content, have taken courses pertaining to different learning styles and learning disabilities, and exemplify creative problem solving and leadership skills. Students with tutoring experience and a strong background in academic writing are preferred.


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