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06 February 2020
UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows Program Assistant
UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows Program Assistant
20-32 hours/week

UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows Program (GFP) Assistant:

The GFP Assistant will gain experience working in a small, non-
profit environment. To some extent the responsibilities will be
comparable to those of a teaching assistant in a graduate course at
a local university. However, the GFP assistant will also gain
exposure to a variety of communications and general
administrative tasks. The GFP assistant will work under the
supervision of the UNA-NCA Program Manager but be expected
to work independently in close cooperation with UNA-NCA office
staff and members of the GFP volunteer team – the GFP Director,
the Sr. Advisor, and the Career Strategy and Mentoring Manager.

***To apply, please email resume, cover letter, a brief writing
sample (1-2 pages) and hours of
availability to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and include Program
Assistant in the subject line.

Job Duties - Graduate Fellows Program Assistant
• Assist with promotion of GFP at DC area universities, including contacts
with relevant departments and design and production of promotional
material
• Review GFP applications, schedule and arrange interviews, assist review
panel, and inform successful applicants of selection
• Assist in preparation of list of potential GFP mentors, and in matching
mentors with GFP mentees; manage communications leading to final
matches of mentors and mentees
• Create and manage GFP data bases, of past and current Fellows, current
applications, potential and actual mentors
• Aid in design and implementation of GFP curriculum, especially reading
lists
• Support creation and formatting/reformatting of other GFP-related
documents (e.g. Fellows Memory book)
• Assist in managing classroom and other GFP event requirements and
associated contacts with universities and partners
• Attend all GFP program sessions and other GFP events, including annual
UNA-USA Global Leadership Summit for UNA members at the United
Nations in NYC, and manage communications about them
• Maintain contact with GFP Fellows, and facilitate resolution of problems
that may arise in their Fellowship
• Assist in design, implementation, and review of post-program survey of GFP
participants
• Other duties, as assigned by the supervisor

*This position is unpaid, but volunteer hours or school credit is
available.