Each semester, SLS has employment opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as Brittain Fellows.
The SLS Student Assistant program provides motivated undergraduate students with the opportunity to assist in program development and management as we work toward the goal of creating sustainable communities. SLS Student Assistants work with SLS staff in all areas of our programming, and positions include work in communications and marketing, visual design, web design, service learning and community engagement, partner support, and office support. Interested in becoming an SLS Student Assistant? Please contact Kristina Chatfield, Program and Operations Manager.
Graduate students and Brittain Fellows work in a focused way with our Director and other SLS staff on research and writing, and the development of strategies and tools specific to our courses and programming. These positions vary from semester to semester. Interested in working with SLS in this capacity? Please contact Jennifer Hirsch, SLS Director.
Please see below for specific position postings, and check back frequently for more opportunities.
AGSC and SLS Seek a GRA for the "UN SDGs at the Global-Local Nexus" project - Fall 2019
Under the supervision of AGSC Associate Director Dr. Sebnem Ozkan, the GRA will conduct research and support efforts to develop a funding proposal related to Global Studies, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). The proposal will focus on collecting and telling stories about local-global connections, particularly around sustainability initiatives in Atlanta’s global communities, with a possible focus on Clarkston. The position emphasizes identifying opportunities for partnerships, collaboration, and interaction that can lead to external funding from public and private sources that will benefit GT students and community partners. This involves collaborating on and supporting the acquisition of grants, including inventorying opportunities, coordinating efforts, developing project proposals, and constructing a budget.
These efforts will support AGSC and SLS involvement in the RCE Greater Atlanta Higher Education Work Group. RCE Greater Atlanta is a regional sustainability network acknowledged by the United Nations University on December 18, 2017 as a Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) on Education for Sustainable Development – one of 168 in the world and seven in the U.S. The network aims to advance Education for Sustainable Development across the region, through collaborations among over ten higher education institutions and community, nonprofit, government, and business partners. The GRA will be expected to attend participate in the Higher Education Work Group, which meets periodically at different locations across the Atlanta region.
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