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Graduate students need to obtain Employment forms from Payroll to complete and get paid. Forms are located on ClarkYou for employees.


Thrift Store Team Leader - 2 openings

Posted date: 19 Dec 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Carlson Hall/Thrift Store
Description: The Team Lead assists in operations of the Community Thrift Store and/or Clark Collective as directed by the Manager, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program. These tasks will include, but are not limited to, creating goals and strategies to help the store achieve its mission, retail duties, booth rental, marketing, student assistance, and community engagement. This position is for up to 10 hours per week at $12/hour.
Communication skills (proficiency in English speaking/writing implied); self-motivation/ability to work with little supervision; organized; reliable. Students interested should send a cover letter and resume to with the position title in the subject line of the email. Deadline to apply is 12pm EST Friday, January 18, 2019.
Contact: Julie Bolduc


Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Dec 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: IDCE
Description: Course: ID 125 TALES FROM THE FAR SIDE--meets Tuesdays & Thursday 10:25 to 11:40 am. Discussion sections--Tuesdays 6:00 to 6:50 pm and Wednesdays 6:00 to 6:50 pm. The Course Assistant will be expected to attend each class and lead and plan 2 discussion sections each week; meet with the professor once a week to talk about discussion sections, hold 3 hours of office hours per weeks and grade exams and papers.
Requirement Coursework: Development theory at the grad level or ID 125. Living abroad and/or internship with a nonprofit. Substantial social science coursework.
Contact: Cynthia Caron

Languages, Literature and Culture

French Teaching Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Dec 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Estabrook Hall, Room 302
Description: French TA position for Spring 2019 --- The French and Francophone Studies program (in the Language, Literature, and Culture Department)seeks a graduate student to work as a Teaching Assistant in the second semester. TA duties include: leading discussion sections for language courses and assisting in classes; correcting written French; holding office hours.
Native or near-native fluency in French is required; teaching or tutoring experience is preferred but not required. The position is for 8-12 hours per week. Candidates should send an email expressing their interest and outlining their qualifications to Allison Fong, as soon as possible.
Contact: Allison Fong