The following graduate assistant positions are accepting applications for Spring/Summer 2018. All applicants must be enrolled in a masters, professional or doctoral degree program and in good academic standing at his/her institution.

Please submit a resume/CV and cover letter to:

AC Locklear, JD
University Office for Diversity & Inclusion
SASB North, Suite 1125
450 Ridge Rd., CB #9128
Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Applications will only be accepted via email at aclocklear@unc.edu. Priority Deadline is January 8, 2018. These positions will remain open until filled.


Summer Enrichment Programs Graduate Coordinator

The Summer Enrichment Programs Graduate Coordinator is an important member of the D&I team and is a major contributor to all events related to Inclusive Student Excellence.  The Graduate Coordinator will assist with the coordination and implementation of all D&I’s summer enrichment programs, specifically Project Uplift, North Carolina Renaissance (NCR), and Uplift PLUS, and will provide direct oversight for all para-professional student staff and participants. Due to ISE’s dynamic and student-centric environment, the Graduate Coordinator must be well versed in basic student development theories and practices. The Graduate Coordinator must perform in the areas of student development and programming support. The term of employment is from May 1, 2018 – July 31, 2018.

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Learning & Assessment Graduate Coordinator 

The Learning & Assessment Graduate Coordinator is an important member of the D&I team and is a major contributor to all events related to Inclusive Student Excellence. The Learning & Assessment Graduate Coordinator will be instrumental in developing a comprehensive assessment plan that will help to measure, support and improve ISE’s summer enrichment program goals, specifically for Project UpliftNorth Carolina Renaissance (NCR), and Uplift PLUS. Additionally, the Learning & Assessment Graduate Coordinator will assist the Director in the development and facilitation of experiential learning and academic enrichment opportunities for all summer enrichment programs.  This position will support a culture of continuous improvement by analyzing and evaluating all ISE summer enrichment programs in addition to assisting with the development and implementation of all of ISE’s recruitment programs and summer enrichment experiences. The employment term is from March 1, 2018 – July 31, 2018, with an opportunity to work remotely from March 1, 2018 – May 1, 2018.

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