Graduate Assistant – LGBT Office

LGBT Office
Hiring Unit Intercultural Affairs
Name: Maurice Cooley, Associate Vice President of Intercultural Affairs
Program Information We are now seeking to fill 1-2 graduate student positions in the LGBT Office, located at MSC BW 31. The Marshall University Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender Office works to create, sustain, and strengthen an open, safe, equal, and inclusive campus community for students, faculty, and staff of all sexual orientations and gender identities. This is accomplished by providing counseling referrals, LGBT resources, programming, and safe spaces intended to enrich, empower, educate, and advocate for Marshall’s LGBT community, while also recognizing the importance of creating opportunities for allied community members to learn about issues facing the LGBT population in order to help foster an open, equal, and inclusive academic climate.

Eligible applicants must be degree seeking students enrolled as full time graduate students and meet all requirements stipulated by the university to prospectively receive a graduate assistantship. We prefer first year graduate students, however, this is not an absolute requirement. Applicants with relevant knowledge of LGBT issues and concerns, an interest in working with LGBT students, and diversity experiences will be given priority. Students must have strong English speaking skills, writing skills, project organizational skills, and computer technical skills. Computer skills must include Excel, mailing list, Power Point, and skills necessary to develop attractive flyers and program announcements. Graduate students will assist in general office duties and related project planning and operations.

How to apply If interested, please contact Maurice Cooley, Associate Vice President of Intercultural Affairs at or by calling 304.696.5430. Please submit a brief statement of interest by email and attach a resume.
Application deadline Positions are closed.