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Graduate Assistantship

This is an academic year 20-hour/week graduate assistantship to support activities related to the mental health and behavior work in the UTTEC lab. The assistant will support school Well Being Teams with grant funded activities including but not limited to: consultation and training with teachers and staff on social-emotional and behavioral concerns, plan and conduct various groups for students who are at risk for developing psychopathology, plan and conduct individual psychotherapy sessions with students, complete required documentation and program development. This individual will work closely with the lab director, individual supervisors, lab coordinators, as well as Summit’s school staff and administrators.

Funding: This a 10 or 20-hour/week GA and will be fully funded at $18,000 (at 20 hrs/wk) for the

2023-24 academic year (August 1st, 2023, to May 31st, 2024). The GA is expected to attend/complete lab bootcamp (first week of August) and other mandatory trainings by mid-August. Tuition benefit may be available; however, amounts will be determined by May 1st, 2023, or sooner. Health benefits (dental, vision) are available, and a stipend for premiums is provided commensurate with hours worked. Summer funding options (up to 10 hrs/week) may be available depending on availability of funding and paid at an hourly rate ($20).

To apply, please include the following materials:

  • Application Sheet that includes:
    • Title of assistantship, your full name, uNID, e-mail, year in the program, and current funding for 2022-2023.
    • Succinctly describe your interests, expertise, and experience that would qualify you for this assistantship.

PLEASE NOTE: the application sheet is limited to 1-page maximum.  Thus, you will need to be succinct when presenting the information – single spacing is fine.

  • Your most recent CV.
  • Combine all materials into a single PDF document with application sheet as the first page.
  • Submit your PDF document by March 15th to
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Last Updated: 3/13/23