MarcusGarveyCulturalCenterGraduateAssistantship The Marcus Garvey Cultural Center (MGCC) was established in 1983 as a source of cultural support for African American students. Educational development and cultural exploration are at the heart of the Marcus Garvey Cultural Center. The center is open to all students, with an emphasis on programs relevant to the African American campus community.
The MGCC graduate assistant will both coordinate and assist with innovative African American student affairs programming and student services.
This position is approximately 16 hours a week, which includes some evenings and weekend hours. The specific duties include:
Provide Student Organization Outreach to the MGCC housed/connected student organizations. The graduate assistant will assist the MGCC in building relationships and providing advising support to culturally based student organizations by regularly attending advising support to culturally based student organizations by regularly attending student meetings, events, and participating in outreach initiatives.
The graduate assistant will assist with the MGCC Cultural Engagement Programs.
Our cultural engagement programs include Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration, Harambee (all pull together) Book Club/Open Forums, and Black History Month.
Other expectations and duties of the graduate assistant are to attend MGCC weekly meetings; bi-weekly meeting with supervisor; and perform other duties as assigned
Strong interpersonal, problem solving, and communication skills as well as the ability to manage multiply tasks is required
In addition to the HESAL GA application materials, please submit a resume (including references) and cover letter explaining interest in the position to Matt Birnbaum, HESAL coordinator and Alethea Stovall at Alethea.Stovall@unco.edu.
For more information about this position please email Alethea Stovall at Alethea.Stovall@unco.edu.