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Graduate Assistant Program

 

Franklin Pierce University Graduate Assistantship Program provides a tuition benefit, along with a stipend, to a select number of full-time graduate students each year. The students have access to a subsidized high quality graduate education, and the University is able to make use of the talent within its own ranks. An assistantship is awarded primarily to help you complete your degree program in an affordable way as well as assisting the University in critical functions. It is important for you to know that your contribution will make a significant impact to Franklin Pierce University.

 

Openings for the Academic year 2016-17

Please contact the hiring supervisor directly for more information

 

Supervisor Links

Please visit the Managers Toolbox page for links to the Grad Assistant Requisition Form.

 

Last updated: 6/14/16

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Grad Assistant  Position Basic Functions

DPT-Arizona
(Two Positions)

Stephanie Johnson

johnsons@franklinpierce.edu

Goodyear, AZ

Half

Positions Open 9/1/2016
* 2nd Year DPT Students Only
* Assist with set up for practical exam and help proctor written exams.
* Book ordering, collecting data for accreditation reports.
* Following up with students for submission of information.
* Assist professors with class preparation and set up.

Center for Academic Excellence

Patti Vorfeld

Vorfeldp@franklinpierce.edu

Rindge, NH

Half

To start on December 1, 2016

* Building relationships with students prior to arrival in January, participate in orientation and assist engaging new students to ease their transition through the spring.
* Meet with center scholars individually and in groups to promote academic skill development.
* Contribute to general front desk support at the Center for Academic Excellence.