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Graduate Assistantship

  • This position has been filled for the school year 2012-2013.
  • Applications are being taken for the graduate assistant positions for the school year 2013-2014.
  • Projected start date is August 26, 2014.
  • Student must be enrolled as a full time student in the Graduate School at the University of Maine to be considered. Only applicants with work study and graduate assistantship award may apply.
  • The Graduate Assistantship for the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) is a nine-month, 20 hours a week position, which includes some evenings and weekends.
  • Applicants for this position must have strong verbal and written communication skills, demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population and an interest in helping college students in their academic careers.
  • Only applicants with work-study and or graduate assistantship award may apply.
  • Send cover letter, résumé and three references to the address provided below.  (Email is preferred)


  • Advice organize outreach initiatives that engages students of color
  • Assist in the implementation of programs and services for the multicultural Center
  • Supervise the daily operations of the multicultural Center
  • Participates in the programs and services of the Student Affairs Division
  • Attend graduate assistant staff meetings
  • Other duties as may be assigned

Minimum Qualifications

  • Be eligible for Federal Work Study
  • Have earned a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of computers with excellent  word processing abilities
  • Some public speaking experience
  • Enrolled on a fulltime basis at the University of Maine in a graduate program
  • The applicant must have a significant interest in racial and cultural diversity and be creative in program development.

Undergraduate/Graduate Internship

  • Students can complete a variety of internship through this office. All internships are unpaid positions. The research or project ideas for internships should center around themes of a multicultural nature and reflect the diversity of our populations. Positions are available at this time. Each year five interns are accommodated in each semester.

Undergraduate Work-Study

  • There are no positions available for 2013-2014 year

Undergraduate Non-Work-Study

  • There are no positions available for 2013-2014 year


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