Reflections from the Current GA

"Being a Graduate Assistant (GA) for the past two years has really helped me really get to know CWRU's campus and the graduate student body. I have been able to network with various departments and programs to create and implement ideas that serve the interests of the graduate student body. Working as a GA has helped build skills that will help me in my career going forward like time management, budgeting, collaboration, and problem-solving. I have the luxury of being a student first while still being able to work in a job that I enjoy. The support the office gives you in your academic endeavors is an additional bonus. This position provides a level of independence and opportunities for creativity that other part-time jobs may not. This was a rewarding job for me with a very supportive supervisor that is motivated to help students grow."

     - Julie Gregg GA from 2018-2020