ATTENTION: StudentAffairs.com is looking for one or two graduate students to write our weekly blog for the 2014 Student Affairs Job Hunt
to begin publication in mid January.
Interested graduate students should submit one writing sample that would be in line with what would appear on the Student Affairs Job Hunt
as opposed to simply a writing sample from a course or a
Send your sample to Stuart Brown at Stuart@StudentAffairs.com.
The deadline for submission is Wednesday, January 8, 2014.
There is a small stipend and the blog will be anonymous to give students more freedom in writing about their experiences. We am
looking for individuals that can write interesting, fun, enlightening, edgy, eye-opening blogs. This would take someone who is not afraid to keep a blog and who is a good, creative writer.
Students can get an idea of what we am looking for by reviewing our past StudentAffairs.com Blogs.
If you have any questions, please contact Stuart Brown at Stuart@StudentAffairs.com
SOME PREVIOUS BLOGS
- 2013 Student Affairs Job Hunt
This is the 8th year StudentAffairs.com has asked two graduate students, going through the job search process, to share their thoughts and feelings and chronicle their ups and downs as they pursue their first student affairs position.
- The StudentAffairs.com Writing Project
In our computer-dominated world the written word has become something of a lost art. Stuart Brown, a Director of Student Services at the University of Connecticut and the head of StudentAffairs.com, is just about at the end of the StudentAffairs.com Writing Project where he has chronicled, since May 25, 2012, the challenge to send out some type of handwritten correspondence each day for a solid year.
- 2012 Student Affairs Job Hunt
This is the 7th year StudentAffairs.com has asked two graduate students, going through the job search process, to share their thoughts and feelings and chronicle their ups and downs as they pursue their first student affairs position.
- 2011 Student Affairs Job Hunt
This is the 6th year StudentAffairs.com has asked two graduate students, going through the job search process, to share their thoughts and feelings and chronicle their ups and downs as they pursue their first student affairs position.
- Sooner of Later,,,a midlife career changer
52 yrs old, a Masters graduate student, mom, wife, kayaker, gardener and searching for a her first student affairs job.
- Inside the Search
Hear practical advice about your student affairs job search from the employerıs perspective.
The 2009 New Professional
Follow last year's graduate student, now gainfully employed in her first full-time position in student affairs. Read about her exploits, how she puts "theory" into practice, the ups and downs during the initial year in the field.
- Learning to Fly -- Season 5
Our graduate student from the Spring 2006 blog, "The Student Affairs Job Hunt," has been sharing her experiences for the past few years. She continues, now in her fourth year as a student affairs administrator and at a new institution, in Season 5 of "Learning to Fly." -->
- Student Affairs Job Hunting Guide
The job hunting season is just about to start. What are the tips you would offer would-be candidates? What are the major pieces of advice you would bestow on job hunters? What about those little things that can make a world of difference? Help these hopefuls by submitting your professional trade secrets to the Student Affairs Job Hunting Guide.