Description of Position:

As the Graduate Associate for the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Scholarship, you will be a member of the Center’s learning team. You will have the opportunity to apply skills and knowledge have learned in the classroom to a professional setting. In this position, you will not only learn about best practices in pedagogy and higher education; you will also gain valuable experience, as you will have the opportunity to recommend, design, and facilitate trainings.                                                           

  • Assist the Director in scheduling and promoting events, workshops, and meetings
  • Collaborate with the Learning team to develop new and innovative programs.
  • Conduct one-on-one consultations with faculty members to answer questions to the best of your ability
  • Build and conduct your own workshops to faculty members
  • Assist in building and analyzing evaluation assessments
  • Be in charge of ordering supplies and resources needed (i.e., ordering food for events, replenishing office supplies, and distribute tech supplies to faculty).
  • Produce information by formatting, editing, copying and transmitting text, data, and graphics.

Fellowship Required Qualifications

  • Willingness to work positively and cooperatively with persons of varying levels, abilities, and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to Problem Solve
  • Genuine in your desire to help make Springfield College a stronger institution that help others learn and grow.

Fellowship Preferred Qualifications

Desired Qualifications:  

  • Experience supervising, teaching, or leading college age adults

  • Experience working with youth in an educational setting or afterschool program

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Familiarity with productivity software (Microsoft Office and Google)

  • Ability to organize and initiate program and activities

  • Ability to solve problems and work independently


  • Available Positions: 1
  • Stipend: $7,800
  • Tuition Waiver: 20
  • Faculty Contact: Christopher Hakala