Working at Black Student Achievement provides an opportunity to learn about cultural diversity and leadership and help students become effective global citizens. Below are positions that may be available:
Work Study or Panther Work Position(s)
Undergraduate student assistants provide assistance at reception desk, assist with a variety of office tasks and develop multiple skills.
Graduate Research Assistant(s) (GRAs)
Black Student Achievement has a small number of graduate research assistant positions each year, offering opportunities to graduate students to take leadership roles in programs and services. GRAs design and implement programs and facilitate classes, workshops and tutoring sessions.
Black Student Achievement provides opportunities for students interested in volunteering hours throughout the semester as a tutor. This non-paid position provides students an opportunity to pay it forward and gain experience tutoring their peers.
Students who are interested in working at Black Student Achievement in any capacity should contact Black Student Achievement.