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Graduate Assistant - Music New York
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College Work Study: Continuing Professional Studies New York
This college work study position will support the overall administration of the Continuing Professional Studies department.
Part-time Office Assistant, Work Study New York
The Office of Teacher Education is a resource center for students seeking to obtain information, materials and assistance in matters pertaining to student teaching and teacher certification. The office seeks applicants to assist with administrative matters and special office sponsored events and programs.
College Work Study: Office of Digital Learning New York
Reporting to the Interim Executive Director of Digital Learning, the Office of Digital Learning’s Work Study position offers an opportunity to assist in the planning, support, and implementation of online courses and programs offered at Teachers College, Columbia University. This position can help provide individuals with practical work experience in educational communications and administration.
College Work Study: External Affairs New York
The Department of External Affairs is seeking a work study student to work remotely with our fast-paced team. Assisting on editorial, marketing, web and media relations projects, as well as general office support (once back on campus).
College Work Study: Vice Dean for Research Support New York
The Vice Dean for Research at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Work-Study eligible Teachers College Student to offer administrative support for the Vice Dean, in addition to supporting the research mission of the College. The primary responsibilities of this position will include calendar and scheduling management, special project management, administrative support, data collection, coding, and analysis for special projects assigned by the Vice Dean.
College Work Study – TC REACH Expanded Learning Opportunities Facilitators New York
TC REACH seeks graduate students with interest and/or experience facilitating virtual clubs and tutoring opportunities (visual arts, photography, book club, science club, video game club, etc.) for K-12 students in the Harlem community. Preference for those with availability on Mondays, but other opportunities may also exist. Responsibilities include planning and facilitating a club or tutoring program weekly. Approximately 2-5 hours per week, depending on planning time and schedules, all remote.
College Work Study – TC REACH Tech Support for Public Schools New York
TC REACH partners with public schools across K-12 in the Harlem community, and is seeking individuals willing to provide basic tech support to K-12 students, families, and staff at our partner schools as they continue their online learning. The position would involve holding office hours for the school communities during which you would be available for live support, as well as following up with individual cases to help with log ins and troubleshooting on platforms such as Google Classroom, Google Drive, Zoom, and Meets. Approximately 5-10 hours per week, all remote.
College Work Study – TC REACH Administrative Support New York
TC REACH is looking for individuals to provide administrative support for our staff working with K-12 public schools. Tasks include: data entry, creating Google forms/Google docs, assisting with mail merge tasks for parent outreach, tracking documentation, drafting surveys, and other clerical tasks. Preference for individuals with familiarity with Google tools and Excel, and who can learn new tech systems quickly. Approximately 5-10 hours per week, all remote.
Graduate Research Assistant New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring a Graduate Assistant in Research to facilitate the Center's mission of investigating and assessing the impact of technology on schools.
Administrative Fellow: CU Office of Work/Life New York
The role of the School and Child Care Search Service, a part of the Office of Work/Life, is to provide information on the NYC educational landscape thereby facilitating access to schooling options for the families who are a part of the Columbia University community. Depending on the age and needs of the child, these options may include independent early education programs or city-funded PreK for All programs, K-12 schooling in public, independent, faith-based, or charter schools, or special education programs. With more and more children attending school in New York City, the need to be well informed about all of the choices available to Columbia families is essential.
College Work Study BBS Social Media New York
The Department of Biobehavioral Sciences faculty and staff are seeking work-study eligible students to work with BBS faculty and staff developing and maintaining social media platforms and projects. The person will train BBS team members in social media skills and maintain social media profiles on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, as well on on the website and other media platforms for Biobehavioral Sciences, Program in Neuroscience and Education; Movement Sciences; Communication Science and Disorders.
College Work Study, Adult Learning & Leadership New York
The Adult Learning and Leadership/AEGIS Program in the Department of Organization and Leadership seeks two hire two Work-Study students to support (assist) with: (1) Various projects supporting online learning and academic matters (research administration). (2) Updating student database; soft and hard copy files. (3) Webpage updates (primarily content editing). (4) Other administrative and technical support as needed.
College Work Study CSH New York
The Developing Language and Literacy Lab, directed by Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer, is involved in exciting new research, investigating linguistic development in bilingual children. A Graduate Assistant is needed to work on the project to assist with analysis of language samples. Candidates should have an undergraduate background in language development, linguistics, early childhood education, child development, psychology or assessment. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate strong communication. Spanish-English bilingual candidates are strongly preferred. Candidates will be expected to dedicate 6-7 hours per week to completing analysis of language samples, and to other tasks related to this research
Admin Fellow for Digital Innovation New York
The Admin Fellow for Digital will assist with the coordination, execution, and strategic planning for digital innovation at Teachers College. The incumbent will work directly with leadership on matters related to multimodal and digital scholarship that explores the relationship between media and social change. The Admin Fellow for Digital will complete projects designed to strengthen administrative and leadership skills in support of their existing academic pursuits.

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