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Graduate Assistantship Position

Posting No: GS13-2046
Hiring Unit: Upward Bound Math & Science
Category: General, Research, or Teaching

Job Description: The graduate student(s) will work with the Director of Upward Bound Math & Science. He/she will be primarily responsible for providing enrichment classroom instruction and tutorial sessions to program participants in related subject areas. Other responsibilities will include office related assignments such as: providing assistance in creating reports, creating statistical data, or other technology related work.

Qualifications Required: Admission into a graduate program of study at SIUE with an undergraduate degree in Mathematics (Algebra through Geometry), Science (Chemistry), Computer Science and/or Language Arts. Graduate with education courses preferred. Knowledge of and sensitivity toward problems of minority and disadvantaged students desired. Must submit an official transcript and have the ability to establish rapport with youth.

Period of Appointment: 25% appointment (10 hours per week); Summer (June 23, 2014 through August 1, 2014) Fall, Winter & Spring—(Fiscal Year 14/15)


1st year assistant: $395-533 (monthly)

2nd year assistant: $422-591 (monthly)

Number of Openings: 3-4 (as needed)

Closing Date For Applications:March 21, 2014 or until the positions are filled.

Submit: Letter of Application and Resume to:

Mrs. Elke Harris-McIntosh, Program Director, Upward Bound Math & Science
SIUE East St. Louis Center
601 James R. Thompson Blvd., Bldg. A, Suite 2057
East St. Louis, IL 62201

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