Graduate assistants in the Student Activities Office are valued team members, working closely with directors and staff to coordinate special programs and learning opportunities and activities for students in four areas:
- Fraternity & Sorority Life
- Campus Attractions Events
- Leadership and Service Programs
- Community Engagement and Service Opportunities
Krystal Gaetz is working on an M.Ed. degree in Counselor Education, with an emphasis on Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She works in the Student Activities office as a graduate assistant, in the area of Frateernity and Sorority Life. "
"My work as a graduate student in the Student Activities office has aided me in gaining the tools to better help students with academic and career concerns. My position has also required me to practice confidentiality for those students in crisis. In all, being a graduate student has guided me to be a more confident professional as a future counselor."
Shelby Krech is working towards a Masters of Business Administration degree at NDSU.
Tayler Morris is pursuing an M.Ed. degree in Counselor Education, and is a graduate assistant in the Student Activities office, assisting with programs and students involved in civic engagement and volunteer network projects.
"My work in the Student Activities office relates to my counseling education because both require excellent people skills, especially effective communication. At the core of both, I'm really working to directly help people. We have fun working together in the Student Activities office, as the staff is phenomenal!"