Graduate Assistantship Positions for 2016-2017
The College of Education at Idaho State University is seeking applicants for Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) and Graduate Assistant (GA) positions for the 2016/2017 academic year (August 17, 2016 through May 6, 2017).
The College of Education at Idaho State University is seeking applicants for Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) and Graduate Assistant (GA) positions for the Academic Year 2016/2017 (August 15, 2016 through May 6, 2017). Responsibilities vary by position. Please download the Application for a Graduate Assistantship for Academic Year 2016/2017.
Compensation includes a stipend, tuition, and fee waiver for resident and non-resident tuition. The application must be sent or delivered directly to the appropriate department at the College of Education, Idaho State University, ATTN: Dr. (Supervisor's name), 921 S. 8th Ave, Stop 8059, Pocatello, Idaho 83209-8059.
Applications must include the following by the application deadline: (a) a fully completed application for a graduate teaching assistantship/graduate assistantship identifying the position or positions for which you are applying, indication of the graduate program to which you have been admitted by the Graduate School, and (b) a current resume. Some positions may require verification of a criminal background check or completion of a successful background check prior to starting the position. Questions can be directed to Carolin in the College of Education by calling 282-3259 or sending an email to email@example.com.
Graduate Teaching Assistant Positions
|Position #||Position||Position Description||Level||Department/Office||Supervisor|
|1||ACEI/STEM Graduate Teaching Assistant|| Graduate Assistant (GA) will be responsible for assisting professors in planning and teaching mathematics and science methods courses for undergraduate students. In addition, the GA will provide support to the Albion Center for Education Innovation in such things as learning about and disseminating innovative projects, teaching strategies, and other work in K-12 schools that supports teaching and learning.
The GA should have sufficient mathematics and science content knowledge appropriate for prek-8 teachers. The GA should be comfortable with basic computer skills (e.g. word processing, PowerPoint, and Excel) and be willing to learn how to use and implement new/additional technologies related to teaching mathematics and science.
|Master||Teaching and Educational Studies||Dr. Bennett|
FellowshipIdaho TECH Program
The Idaho TECH program works with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade teachers to teach STEM skills to students. The students design and create Lego Mars Rovers throughout the school year. They improve on their designs until they are ready to participate in one of the competitions in the spring.
The fellowship recipient will be responsible for maintaining and distributing Lego kits, recruiting participant schools, assisting school teachers or volunteers, and scheduling and setting up competitions. The ideal candidate is highly organized, has excellent communication skills, and the ability to work with both faculty and school volunteers.The fellowship is worth $18,000 and there is the possibility renewal in the 2017-18 school year. Work starts in August 2016 and continues to May 2017. Expected effort will be 15 – 20 hours per week. Those interested should contact Dr. David Coffland at 282-3658.
|Master||Idaho TECH – Organizational Learning and Performance||Dr. David Coffland|