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CCRC Research Assistant (work study) New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University has 15-20 hours/week of project work available in the Spring 2019 semester for a qualified work study eligible student. The CCRC Research Assistant will be expected to contribute to ongoing research activities. Tasks include supporting research logistics, retrieving and reviewing research literature, and contributing to written products. Proficiency using Excel and strong communications skills are required. Candidates should be resourceful, detail-oriented, dependable, and have a well-articulated interest in higher education and issues of access to and success in postsecondary education. Contact: Sarah Phillips, Administrative Coordinator, x3371, phillips@tc.edu. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter. The letter should include information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work, how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date.
GWC Communication Assistant (Work Study) New York
The Graduate Writing Center (GWC) seeks an individual to join our team as a Communication Assistant. This position will work with the Writing Center Coordinators and Advisors to provide support for the GWC. Duties include reception coverage, email correspondence, data entry, filing along with social media and website management. The Communication Assist will also take the lead in promoting workshops and events for the GWC.
College Work Study BBS Department-111701--Working with Professor Lori Quinn New York
Work Study BBS Department--Working with Professor Lori Quinn
Graduate Research Assistant: Music Education Program New York
Dr. Parkes of the Music and Music Education Program at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a Graduate Research Assistant for the Spring 2019 semester. This position will include, but is not limited to: open-source journal construction, management and maintenance; journal proof reading and manuscript editing/writing in English; editing and maintaining a file submission website; online searching of research databases and navigating detailed web searches; transcription checking; other (non-teaching) duties as assigned.  This is a 15 hour per week position.
Graduate Research Assistant - STEM Stories Grant New York
Graduate Research Assistants needed to work on NSF grant, “Bridging Communities with Student STEM Stories: Culturally-Responsive Strategies for Motivating STEM Engagement in Diversifying Public Schools”.
College Work Study - Budget & Planning Office New York
-Input data from letterhead/envelope and personnel action forms (PAFS) as requested -assist with mailings -scan & file documents such as departmental budget change request forms, departmental revenue/expense transfer forms, revision of labor distribution forms, general ledger-journal voucher forms, requisitions, invoices, etc. -Assist all staff with projects. Ask if anyone needs any assistance during downtime. -Take mail to Teachers College's post office -Retrieve mail from Teachers College's post office -Take documents to other departments and/or faculty and staff members
College Work Study - Teachers College Press New York
Teachers College Press is looking for an assistant to join the marketing department for the Spring 2019 semester.
College Work Study (Employer Relations for CEPD) New York
Assist the Associate Director of Employer Relations with arrangements for organizations recruiting students/alumni through TC CEPD. 
Employer Outreach Graduate Fellow New York
Focus: For the Employer Outreach Fellow to have an experience that enables them to: • Develop new employer outreach plan with the Associate Director of Employer Relations that will target all programs within Teachers College’s ten departments • Drive student and employer engagement to support employer recruiting efforts and student career education • Learn best practices in recruiting and hiring • Respond to the recruiting needs of employers that align with TC’s graduate students and alumni populations unique career pathways • Develop an understanding of how a graduate level career education office functions and how employer relations and career education intersect. • Understand the structure and academic requirements within the departments/programs at Teachers College (and other Columbia affiliates) • Gain exposure to the employer relations area of on campus recruitment such as employer-site recruitment; employer information sessions and panels; networking events and career fairs • Gather a comprehensive perspective of the uniqueness of student services and the integrated nature of departments at the graduate level
CCRC Research Assistant (work study) New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University has 15-20 hours/week project work available in the Spring 2019 semester for a qualified work study eligible student. The CCRC Research Assistant will be expected to contribute to project management and other academic activities for ongoing research studies. Tasks include managing and organizing survey data, supporting research logistics, and retrieving and reviewing research literature. Proficiency using Excel and strong communications skills are required. Candidates should be resourceful, detail-oriented, dependable, and have a well-articulated interest in higher education and issues of access to and success in postsecondary education. Contact: Sarah Phillips, Administrative Coordinator, x3371, phillips@tc.edu. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter. The letter should include information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work, how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date.
Corporate and Foundation Relations College Work Study New York
The student will report to Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, and will be expected to be a productive member of a larger development team. Prior office experience or interest in fundraising preferred.
Academic Tech Fellow New York
Academic Tech Fellows (ATFs) are the primary educational technology support contact for faculty and instructional staff at Teachers College. It is our role to provide support, training, and facilitate usage of instructional technology tools. ATFs are expected to work 15 hours a week during the academic term, 10 of which are expected to be spent on campus during business hours providing support to instructional staff and training on academic platforms for the TC community.
Student Ambassador New York
The Office of Admission is on the search for our next star Student Ambassador! We're looking for an outgoing, enthusiastic, patient individual who will be excited to talk to prospective students and applicants about their TC experience. Daily work will include answering emails, phone calls, and tackling administrative projects as needed. Most importantly, however, our Ambassadors are often the face of our office, as they provide campus tours, speak at our events, and write blogs to be shared on our social media outlets! For this reason, we're looking for someone excited and comfortable being in the spotlight! We look forward to reviewing your application!
TCCS Daytime Assistants (Work Study) New York
TCCS (Teachers College Community School) is seeking multiple work study students to monitor and manage lunch/recess periods and assist with music classes during the day. The lunch period usually extends from about 10:55am until 12:30pm daily. Music classes are at various times throughout the day. To be considered for this position, candidates must be available to work during school day hours (8:30am to 2:55pm) from September 5, 2018 through May or June of 2019.
College Work Study : Continuing Professional Studies New York
This position will support the overall administration of the Continuing Professional Studies department.

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