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Graduate Assistant, National History Day Program
Summary
Title:Graduate Assistant, National History Day Program
ID:1172
Department:History
Description

LaGrange College seeks qualified applicants for a graduate assistantship for the National History Day Mentoring Program.


Graduate Assistant Eligibility Requirements:

Graduate Assistants must be fully admitted to a graduate program at LaGrange College, preferably the MAT program, to begin and retain their position. Students with an undergraduate overall GPA of 2.50 or higher will be considered the most competitive candidate for a GA assignment.
Prefer an undergraduate degree in history or social science.


Financial Benefits:

Graduate Assistantship Tuition Courtesy pays for tuition up to 9 credit hours for graduate coursework per semester. The student is responsible for additional fees outlined in the agreement letter.

Graduate Assistant Stipend totals $4,000.00 per academic year, and it is paid monthly in 10 equal payments, beginning August 30 of the academic year through May 30 of the academic year.



To be considered for this assistantship, applicants must submit:
1) Statement of Purpose - (500-1000 words) describe your qualifications, long-term goals and how this assistantship will contribute to them
2) Writing Sample - a sample that represents your best scholarly work; ideally a research paper which demonstrate your facility with the research process in history
3) Transcripts - unofficial transcripts may be submitted; if awarded the position, an official transcript will be required before beginning the assistantship (not required for applicants currently enrolled at LaGrange College)
4) Curriculum Vitae
5) Letter of Recommendation - should be from a faculty member (outside the history department if an LC student)

If you are interested in applying for this Graduate Assistant Appointment at LaGrange College, please complete the online application by clicking below.

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