Below is a list of positions on campus which are open to matriculated Antioch University New England students with 2013-14 estimated work study awards. The information about each position is brief for the sake of this list. More information about each job can be obtained directly from the department/office which has the opening.
Students should apply directly to the office or department with the opening. Some supervisors may request resumés and most will request an in-person interview. Students should use their application for work study and/or a resume to apply. Once an office or department has agreed to hire, please follow the directions in the packet received with the estimated work study award. Students should not begin a job until all paperwork described in the packet is complete and approved by the Financial Aid Office.
|Department||Job Title||Hours / Week||Supervisor|
|Clinical Psychology||Teaching Assistant / Roysircar-Sodowsky - Human Diversity||4||Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky, EdD|
|Clinical Psychology||Research Assistant / Hawes||4||Susan Hawes|
|Clinical Psychology||Research Assistant / Borden - editorial review||4||Kathi Borden, PhD|
|Clinical Psychology||Research Assistant / Tremblay||8||George Tremblay, PhD|
|Continuing Education & Community Outreach||Nature Preserve Assistant||10-15||Paul Bocko|
|Environmental Studies||Summit Steward||15||Peter Palmiotto|
|Environmental Studies||Education Coordinator - CTEC||10-15||Beth Kaplin|
|Environmental Studies||proj asst - data management - MERE||15||Peter Palmiotto|
|Environmental Studies||RA - ES PhD & RMC programs||10-16||Jim Gruber|
|Management||Student Asst - prog development||5||Taryn Fisher|
|Marketing||Project Asst - Online Marketing||10-15||David Weisberg|
|Whole Terrain||Whole Terrain Special Projects Assistant||15-20||Rowland Russell|