NDSU Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Prevention Programs
NDSU is committed to creating a healthy, safe and positive community for its students.
Choices abound in college - food, classes, majors, relationships and alcohol. The majority of NDSU students make wise choices about alcohol. However, those who don't can find alcohol to be a major obstacle to their personal and academic success. Our alcohol and drug prevention programs strive to educate students and parents about the risks associated with alcohol use, communicate clear messages about the consequences of underage drinking and provide lots of on-campus, late-night activities.
Now taking applications for Graduate Assistant position
Student Success Programs is now accepting applications for a graduate assistant position with an anticipated start in Fall 2017 in the Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Program.
- Anticipated start date:
- August 2017
- How many hours per week is required? Is it a flexible job?
- The graduate assistant position requires 20 hours per week and easily accommodates a variety of course schedules.
- Is it a paid position?
- The position includes a full tuition waiver and stipend. Check out the full job description for details.
- When is the application deadline?
- April 10th
- Do I need to have a certain major?
- All current NDSU graduate students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 are welcome to apply
- How can I apply?
- Email Cover Letter, Resume and contact information for professional references to Nick Redenius, AODA prevention program coordinator.
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