TA POSITIONS AND PAID WORK STUDY POSITIONS FOR MFA STUDENTS IN SCULPTURE
Work Study Positions:
A monitor position is available to work in the area of undergraduate sculpture for Fall 2014 through the Federal Work Study program. If you are interested please email both Nari Ward at email@example.com and Lynn Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about hours and duties for work study monitors. We will assist you with the paper work and we can submit a specific request to the financial aid department to hire you through the work study program. (http://studentaid.ed.gov/fafsa).
TA Positions open for undergraduate Fall 2014 classes. TAing may be for elective credit towards degree or not-for-credit.
To TA for elective credit, students must have completed mid-program and have general experience working with wood shop equipment. TAing for credit will include holding an additional 3-hour open shop for the students, working with students from all classes on developing and executing their projects and overseeing safe use of equipment. In class, TA will work one-on-one with students, helping them to develop their ideas and means to build class projects during open class work time and TA will participate in class critiques.