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Graduate Assistant - EOP 2022/2023 South Orange
Provide administrative support for the Educational Opportunity Fund program's enrollment services, academic advising, student programming, and/or academic support services.
Skilled Student Worker - Arts and Sciences Dean's Office - 2021/2022 South Orange
- Development of landing page forward facing for prospective students - Create a calendar of activities with appropriate contact to be completed - Develop a system to achieve a welcome video from students and faculty - Working to schedule interviews - Collect and edit videos to string together - Working with colleagues in TLTC - Any other duties as assigned by Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Enrollment Management and Ms. Robinson
Graduate Intern Scheduling & Operations 2021/2022 South Orange
Graduate Intern Operations Student Worker for the University Center and Bethany Hall
Digital Comm & Marketing Stud - TLTC - 2022 Spring South Orange
Working alongside the Digital Communications and Marketing team, the student will post news stories and calendar events to the website, assist in photo gathering and resizing, website content editing, building webpages, and social media production. Our ideal candidate is enthusiastic and creative with a willingness to learn and participate as a part of a team.
PC Support Services Graduate Assistant Spring 2022 South Orange
The GA will assist the STA/Public Lab Operations Manager with overseeing a work-study staff which supports the Information Technology Services (ITS) in areas such as Public Labs, Service Desk, Technical Support Area, and ITS administrative offices. The position does not follow the academic calendar. The GA is responsible for covering night and weekend hours as well as working at least one day shift. The GA will utilize office programs to complete tasks and projects as assigned. Projects include and are not limited to: assisting with managing departmental budget and expenditures, updating spreadsheets, etc. Proficiency in Excel preferred.
Center for Community Research and Engagement – Environmental Justice Undergraduate Research Position - 2021/2022 South Orange
This student position for the Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) will conduct research on urban vertical farming and food policy issues in NJ.
Federal Work Study - Digital Engagement Ambassador - 2021 - 2022 South Orange
Students will reach out to alumni and friends of Seton Hall via phone to update demographic information, inform alumni about university happenings and help solicit for gifts in order to strengthen the university's fundraising efforts.
2022-2023 TRiO SSS R.I.S.E. Peer Mentor South Orange
Peer mentors are current RISE scholars that work with assigned mentees over the span of 1 academic year helping them engage the RISE program as well as the University. These individuals work with RISE staff members to develop workshops, implement programming, mentor assigned students, and set a positive example for other scholars. They are familiar with the needs of the populations served by TRiO programs displaying a high level of empathy and compassion.
2022-2023 TRiO SSS R.I.S.E. Peer Tutor South Orange
Peer tutors help students reinforce class material and provide encouragement for students to succeed. These individuals work with RISE staff members to develop and provide workshops and set a positive example for other scholars. They are familiar with the needs of the populations served by TRiO programs, displaying a high level of empathy and compassion.
Registrar Student Intern South Orange
Assist the office of the University Registrar with clerical office tasks, plus word processing and Excel.
IHS Student Worker for the Office of Student Engagement - 2021/2022 Interprofessional Health Sciences
This student position will provide general office and event support to the Office of Student Engagement on the Interprofessional Health Sciences campus in Nutley, NJ.
First-Generation Forward (Gen 1) Peer Mentor South Orange
First-Generation Forward (Gen 1) Peer Mentors are current first-generation SHU students who are sophomores, juniors, or seniors who want to provide critical support to other first-generation students. Gen 1 Peer Mentors are responsible for scheduling and meeting with their mentees on a weekly basis. They must build and foster a reciprocal relationship of trust and commitment while introducing students to high-impact resources on campus. Gen 1 Peer Mentors must track their communication and engagement.
First Generation Forward (Gen 1) Intern South Orange
The First Generation Forward (Gen 1) Intern is responsible for the tracking and assessment of program initiatives related to Academic coaching, student tutoring, and Peer Mentor program. They must have a working knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research best practices and ability to create reports and present trends and findings.
Federal Work Study - Grants Accounting Office - 2021/22 South Orange
Two Student Workers for the Office of Grants Accounting
Graduate Assistant - Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies South Orange
Assist the Director of the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies with research.
Graduate Assistant Student Support Services South Orange
The Student Support Services program is seeking a Graduate Assistant for the 2020-2021 academic year. Qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate superior organizational, leadership, and event programming skills in working with students, staff, and administration.
Federal Work Study Libraries Employment: July 1, 2021-May 20, 2022 South Orange
Work for the library in various departments. Please see specific duties according to department, below. PLEASE NOTE: You must submit a cover letter with your application. Thank you.
Graduate Assistant - Diplomacy Undergraduate Studies South Orange
Provide direct assistance to Associate Dean to implement and maintain Diplomacy undergraduate recruitment strategy, manage undergraduate events and projects as assigned
Graduate Assistant - Project Wild Interprofessional Health Sciences
Graduate Research Assistant for Project WILLD, in the Reading, Oral Language, and Writing Lab (ROW-Lab) in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at Seton Hall University (IHS Campus - Nutley)
Office of Student Engagement Graduate Intern- Student Services- 2021/2022 South Orange
Seton Hall University- Office of Student Engagement Mission:   The Office of Student Engagement partners with students, faculty, administrators and university partners to provide experiential opportunities for students to discover and develop through co-curricular learning. Keeping the care of the whole person and the values of Seton Hall University at the forefront, the Student Engagement team seeks to empower, challenge and inspire students to be servant leaders in a global society  Learning Outcomes:  • All students will be able to engage in a comprehensive, dynamic and consistent co-curricular offerings to foster the premier student experience. These offerings will consist of a variety of memorable, intellectual and inspirational programs, events, ser vices opportunities and resources.   • Students will be able to explore involvement and experiential learning opportunities inside and outside of the University.   • Students will be able to cultivate institutional affinity/pride by honoring campus traditions, connections and achievements; and attending University-wide programs and Athletic events.  Description of the Position The Field Experience Intern will work directly on projects for the Office of Student Engagement initiatives, particularly in event management, advising, training, and developing student leaders during the 2020-2021 academic year. The Field Experience Intern will also be expected to support other the Office of Student Engagement programs as needed, including occasional late-night or weekend program commitments as well as Division of Student Services initiatives Potential Projects Include: Student Activities and Programming Fraternity/Sorority Life training and development (with specific support around New Member Education) New Student Orientation/Transitions Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives

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