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December 18, 2014
9 AM and 7 PM EST
Join us for a live online presentation to learn more about your next steps, connect with current graduate students, review research opportunities, and much more. Five minutes before the time of the webinar, go to http://rit.edu/ptgrad/landing/webinar_landing2.php to enter the webinar room.
My name is Dan Greer, and I am an Area Director in the Center for Residence Life. I am working this year with Sarah Griffith, Assistant Director for Clubs & Community Outreach from the Center for Campus Life to coordinate the recruitment process for graduate assistantships in the Division of Student Affairs. Our division has numerous graduate assistantships available for the 2014-2015 academic year that we are excited to tell you about. In addition to assistantships with Residence Life and the Center for Campus Life, there are several other assistantships will be available in offices such as the RIT Leadership Institute and Community Service Center, Center for Orientation & Transition, the English Language Center, Student Wellness, and Assessment & Research for Student Affairs.
Applications for all Student Affairs will be accepted until they are filled; however, priority will be given to applicants who apply by February 28th, 2014. Qualified candidates will be invited to participate in interviews. Residence Life will coordinate on-campus interviews on Friday, March 7. Campus Life will coordinate on-campus interviews on Tuesday, March 11. In-person interviews are strongly encouraged, but alternate arrangements via telephone or SKYPE can be worked out for students who are unable to attend.
We are excited to offer an online application process for all Student Affairs Graduate Assistantships. Students are able to apply for multiple positions by providing some basic information and uploading their resume and cover letter just once. This process is very user-friendly and simplifies the application process overall. The link to more information about all available assistantships and the online application is: http://www.rit.edu/studentaffairs/about/student-affairs-graduate-assistant-opportunities.
If you have any questions about the application process, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, congratulations on your acceptance to RIT, and best wishes as you pursue your graduate studies!
Area Director for Greek Circle, Racquet Club, and University Commons
Center for Residence Life
Rochester Institute of Technology