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Fraternity and Sorority Affairs - Leadership Development GA

The Graduate Assistant for Leadership Development and Training (GALDT) is a para-professional staff member for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs (FSA) in the Office of the Dean of Students.  The primary charge of the GALDT is to coordinate a variety of campus-wide leadership development programs and services, with specific attention to leadership training and educational programs for fraternity and sorority members, as it aims to support a vibrant, success-driven model for the fraternity and sorority community that focuses on creating true College-centered chapters.  As a staff member in Fraternity and Sorority Affairs the graduate assistant is directly involved in leadership training and development, student group advising, in addition to coordinating support, as needed, for services and programs of areas within the Office of the Dean of Students.  This position requires the flexibility, ability, and willingness to work nights and weekends in structured and unstructured settings with students, staff, and faculty.

The primary areas of responsibility for the Graduate Assistant for Leadership Development and Training (GALDT) are as follows:

Leadership Development:

Programming:

Student Group Advising:

Administrative:

Time Commitment

20 hours per week including some evening and weekend events.  Term of position is July 1-June 30 with possible reappointment.

Qualifications

Minimum requirements for the position include, but are not limited to:

Remuneration

An unfurnished, two-bedroom, garden apartment, including all utilities. 

 

Questions can be directed to John DiSarro, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at (585) 275-3167 or via email at John.DiSarro@rochester.edu.