Graduate Fellowship and Assistantship Identification Form

Springfield College offers a variety of fellowship opportunities. To apply for a fellowship position download the appropriate application, and follow the instructions on the form. Please note that review of applications begins Feb. 15.

For all other positions, please refer to the contact list for graduate fellowships and graduate assistantships. Though a special department application is not required for these areas, you are encouraged to inform the department(s) of your interest by forwarding a resume and cover letter to each.

Please note: All physical education fellowships must be submitted with a coaching and teaching competency form.

For a list of positions that are currently still available for the 2015-16 academic year, please click here.

School of Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies

Graduate student will work between 10 and 15 hours per week, flexibly scheduled between 8:30-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Detail oriented student with strong writing and organizational skills; facility with commonly used computer programs, such as Excel and PowerPoint; and ability to work independently on research projects related to higher education topics and projects that will further strengthen ASPS programs. Confidentiality required. Supervision: Dean of ASPS

Note: This position is not available to graduate students who are already selected for full-time fellowships.

Please send an e-mail to Anne Herzog aherzog@springfieldcollege.edu or letter of interest with a CV/resume attached.

This position is no longer available. Please review this page early next semester for updates.

Art therapy program fellowship applications should be submitted together with a copy of your resume.

Art Therapy fellowship application

The contact person is Dr. Simone Alter Muri, Program Director. You can contact her at saltermu@springfieldcollege.edu ext 3752.

The Department of Biology/Chemistry has Graduate Associates in Biology and Chemistry. The Graduate Associates teach laboratories in Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology Concepts, and Human Anatomy & Physiology.

This position is no longer available. Please review this page early next semester for updates.

The MBA Graduate Fellowship offers 3 positions. Each Grad Fellow position offers 12 credits of tuition remission per year (6 credits each semester) and a stipend of $2,000. per academic year. A Grad Fellow is required to work 10 hours per week during the academic calendar (the schedule will be determined by the needs of the department).

The MBA Fellow will join the Department of Business Management and work closely with the Administrative Assistant, Chair(s) of the Department, as well as faculty/adjunct in supporting administrative, clerical, and academic duties. This position will also assist faculty/adjunct in and out of the classroom and support the Department’s academic and operational functions.

Required Qualifications:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Self-motivated and disciplined
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Demonstrates high degree of confidentiality
  • Professional business attire/appearance

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or Related Field

To Apply:
Submit a resume and letter of interest to: rmoreau@springfieldcollege.edu

Please apply by:
These positions are currently filled for the 2015-16 academic year.

The Department of Mathematics, Physics, & Computer science offers graduate and doctoral fellowships.

Computer Science fellowship application

Please note that this position is currently filled for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Description:
The education department hires half-time (10 hours per week) and full-time (20 hours per week) graduate fellows for the academic year. Applicants must be formally admitted into a graduate degree program at Springfield College.

Major responsibilities:
Assisting professors with research, class preparation, and teaching; class coverage; and scheduling regular office hours to assist students, input data, etc. Desirable applicants possess computer skills (word processing, spreadsheets, power point, etc.); have some teaching or instructional experience; are interested in the professional preparation of educators; are able to establish rapport with students and faculty members, take initiative and are able to work well independently or with supervision; and demonstrate conscientiousness and flexibility.

Education fellowship application

The Department of Mathematics, Physics, & Computer science offers graduate and doctoral fellowships.

Mathematics fellowship application

The Department of Mathematics, Physics, & Computer science offers graduate and doctoral fellowships.

Physics fellowship application

The Department of Psychology has administrative, teaching, and research fellowship opportunities in both the graduate and undergraduate programs.

Psychology fellowship application

The Psy.D. fellowships are awarded based on a comprehensive review of the admission application and past experience with administrative, teaching and supervisory work. Psy.D. Fellows responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Serve as support for the ongoing development of the Psy.D. Program. Help with recruitment, admissions, and retention processes; and student advisement and academic support
  • Manage and update information for the Psy.D. Program (Social networking page, Bulletin Boards, Brochures, Flyers, etc.)
  • Organize additional student Psy.D. meetings, workshops, presentations, or other gatherings as directed
  • Assist at Psy.D. Interview Days
  • Maintain contact information for program-wide communication with Psy.D. students
  • Provide feedback on written assignments as assigned (proficiency with APA format is essential)
  • Make a commitment to keep up with current APA accreditation eligibility requirements
  • If training and experience allows, Fellows may also be considered for undergraduate teaching assignments with permission of the Chair and Dean. (Such teaching assignments would be included in general work assignments and thus not eligible for additional remuneration.)
  • Assisting with course preparation
  • Assisting Clinical Director with development of practicum sites

Psychology-Doctoral fellowship application

The Social Sciences graduate assistant will work with the faculty and administrative assistant in supporting administrative and clerical duties. Additional academic responsibilities include class coverage, grading, research and other duties as assigned.

Social Sciences fellowship application


School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

Graduate fellowship in exercise science and strength & conditioning.

Excercise Science fellowship application

The members of the Athletic Training faculty are pleased that you have applied for a Teaching/Research Fellowship in the area of Athletic Training. In order to assist us in choosing the most qualified applicants for our limited number of fellowships, please complete the following questionnaire and return it as soon as possible. In addition, please submit a short description of your qualifications for work in our area.

Athletic Training fellowship application

Eligibility requires current enrollment in Sport Psychology for a 2nd year student.

Teach several sections of Aerobic Dance, Aerobic Activities, and HFIT Aerobics to Physical Education and Exercise Science majors as well as to the general college population. Also to prepare Exercise Science majors for the AFAA Primary Aerobic Certification.

Aerobic Dance fellowship application

Application for graduate fellowship in athletic administration.

Athletic Administration fellowship application

Presentation of master lessons involving content & methodology as applied at the elementary, middle school and/or senior high school level; supervision of methods class students in the local schools; evaluation of written work submitted by methods course students, teaching and/or assisting in various skill classes.

Coaching/Teaching Areas:
Baseball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.

Desired Qualifications:
Minimum three years teaching experience at elementary, middle and/or senior high school level desirable; teaching certification; strong interpersonal relations skills; interest in professional preparation of pre-service teacher's enthusiasm.

Coaching the Sport of: application

There are three categories of skill course offerings:
Those with the PEAC are offered strictly for skill acquisition. Those with PEPC or MOSK are professional skills courses designed for those majoring in physical education and will contain emphasis on teaching methodology and strategies for application of the activity to differing age levels.

Coaching/Teaching Areas:
Baseball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.

Desired Qualifications:
Minimum three years teaching experience at elementary, middle and/or senior high school level desirable; teaching certification; strong interpersonal relations skills; interest in professional preparation of pre-service teacher's enthusiasm.

Coaching/Teaching Competence Form

Only one coaching/teaching competence form is required when applying for multiple fellowships.

Thank you for your interest in the Office of Outdoor Programs. For any additional information please feel free to contact us at 413.750.5011.

Outdoor Programs fellowship application

Presentation of master lessons involving content & methodology as applied at the elementary, middle school and/or senior high school level; supervision of methods class students in the local schools; evaluation of written work submitted by methods course students, teaching and/or assisting in various skill classes.

Desired Qualifications:
Minimum three years teaching experience at elementary, middle and/or senior high school level desirable; teaching certification; strong interpersonal relations skills; interest in professional preparation of pre-service teacher's enthusiasm.

Physical Education Teaching fellowship application

Teaching/Research Fellowship in Research and Statistics require approximately 20 hours per week in some combination of the following: (1) keeping office hours and tutorial hours; (2) the assistance with evaluation of written work submitted by students in RSCH 610, RSCH 612/712, RSCH 620, RSCH 625/725, and RSCH 720; (3) teaching and preparation associated with the following courses RSCH 610, RSCH 612/712, RSCH 620, RSCH 625/725, and RSCH 720; and (4) the assistance with ongoing research projects.

Desired Qualifications:

Desired Qualifications:

  • A "B" or better in Master's Degree Level Statistics Course
  • Enrolled in Doctoral Program
  • Interest in assisting students with research and statistics course material
  • Knowledgeable with SPSS software and MS Word
  • Knowledge with APA format and the Springfield College Thesis/Dissertation Manual

Research/Statistics fellowship application

Thank you for your interest in the Test and Measurement Teaching/Research Fellowship.

Tests and Measurements fellowship application


School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies

The Occupational Therapy Department anticipates having at least four half-time Teaching Fellow positions available for the 2014-2015 academic year. Each of these positions provides 12 semester hours of tuition waiver and a $2000 stipend, divided equally between fall and spring semesters. Each Teaching Fellow must be a full-time Springfield College graduate student (registered for a minimum of 9 semester hours of academic credit during each semester). Teaching Fellows work 12-13 hours a week during regular office hours (weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.) for both the fall and spring semesters, for a total of 400 hours for the academic year. Qualifications include technology proficiency, including Microsoft Office applications and Babson Library catalog and database searching; maturity, initiative and sound judgment; organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to self-check; and ethical and professional behavior in maintaining confidentiality.

Occupational Therapy fellowship application

The Physician Assistant Department has a postion that combines a part-time graduate fellowship with a part-time assistantship available for the 2014-2015 academic year. This position requires the student to work 12 hours to receive remission for 12 semester credits per academic year, with a $2000.00 stipend paid over 9 months, you will be paid an hourly rate for the remaining hours worked up to 20 hours. In addition the student is required to work during January break after campus reopens for Holiday break. Student is required to work up to 20 hours, and is paid at an hourly rate until classes resume. Then academic policy returns to the 12 hour work week. The Graduate Fellow/Assistant must be a full-time Springfield College graduate student (registered for a minimum of 9 semester hours of academic credit during each semester). Students accepted into the Physcian Assistant department are not eligible for confidentiality reasons. The qualifications and responsibilities for these positions are described below. This position is a two year appointment.

Applicants for the position must have the skills and knowledge to assist faculty with the following: Setting up labs for practical exams, and coordinate student evaluation duties on day of exam for the History and Physical and Applied Clinical Skills courses.

Update test bank questions in the test bank, paying attention to correct spelling. Update surveys (graduate, preceptor, exit) on Survey Monkey and coordinate mailing of the surveys. Collect and summarize surveys.

Assist faculty with special projects, which may include curriculum development, faculty research, or finding and organizing student resources.

Adminstrative duties include but are not limited to student notification memos, enter grades on the electronic class room, filing, phone coverage when needed. Also, may include writing letters, prepare mailings, maintain records related to clinical rotation scheduling and evaluation. And any other duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications:
Maturity, initiative, and sound judgment regarding personal and professional phone contact with clinical preceptors. Organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to maintain ethical and professional behavior in maintaining confidentiality. Computer skills:Word processing, mail merge, database design, maintenance, and some spreadsheet work.

Fellows must be available to work during regular office hours (weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m throughout the calendar year.

Physician Assistant fellowship application

Wellness/Campus Recreation

The Springfield College Campus Recreation Department, a member of the Office of Student Affairs, is seeking a candidate for the position of Graduate Associate in the following areas for FALL 2015: Intramural/Club Sports.

IM & Club Sports fellowship application


Administrative Offices

One Graduate Fellowship is available in the Office of Academic Affairs. The student will proofread thesis/dissertation proposals and prepare theses/dissertations for final copy and deposit in Babson Library. Special projects will also be assigned.

The position requires that the student has completed RSCH 610 at Springfield College and has working knowledge of APA format. Applicants who have not completed RSCH 610 will not be considered for the position.

Academic Affairs fellowship application

The Academic Success Center anticipates one opening for Fall 2015. Please follow this link for a position description, along with instructions to apply:

The Academic Success Center fellowship is not open.

The Spiritual Life Center supports the spiritual, educational and worship needs of the Springfield College community. We nurture the spiritual lives of students, faculty and staff both within and outside of traditional religious contexts with programs that address the spiritual, moral, and ethical issues that confront us as individuals and as a community. The spiritual life fellowship offers 12 credits of tuition remission per year (6 each semester) as well as an hourly rate. The Fellow is responsible for working approximately 18-20 hours per week during the academic calendar.

Spiritual Life fellowship application

The graduate fellow will be involved with: (20 hours/week, September- May, some evening hours)

  • Critiquing resumes/cover letters (during walk-in hours or by appointment)
  • Delivering career related Residence Hall programs and Academic class presentations
  • Introducing students to FOCUS (Career Exploration Computer Program)
  • Overseeing Student Advisory Board and recruiting members
  • Initiating special projects
  • Assisting students in using the Career Center library resources including Job Connect, Internet and the center’s homepage
  • Advising students on graduate school selection, application process, and usage of GRE software
  • Coordinating and marketing office workshops, programs and events
  • Assist with creating weekly student e-newsletter
  • Maintaining the office’s social media platforms (Twitter & Facebook pages)
  • Outreaching to residence life, student clubs, organizations, and class officers for collaboration around career-related programming
  • Supporting administrative staff as necessary
  • Overseeing the Job Shadowing Program
  • Participating in weekly staff meetings and trainings

The Career Center fellowship is not open.

The Office of Graduate Admissions offers two positions that combine a part-time fellowship with a part-time assistantship. These positions require the student to work ten hours to receive remission for 12 semester credits per academic year, with a $2000.00 stipend paid over 9 months. In addition the student is required to work an additional 10 hours paid at an hourly wage. This is a 20 hour work week commitment. Student will be required to work during January break after campus reopens for Holiday break. Student may work up to 40 hours-no less than 20, paid at an hourly rate until classes resume. Then academic policy returns to the 20 hour work week. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, data management, research projects, planning open houses, meeting with prospective graduate students to Springfield College, clerical activities, and phone contact. The ability to foster relationships with academic offices is highly desired. Light travel to colleges to recruit graduate students may be offered to interested individuals with a valid driver’s license and access to a car. Please note this is a two year appointment.

Graduate Admissions fellowship is not open.

The Institutional Research office is seeking a Graduate Fellow for the 2015-2016 academic year with the possibility for renewal for an additional year. The Graduate Fellow will work with the Coordinator of Institutional Research to support the institutional research projects and initiatives at Springfield College. Job responsibilities will include survey administration; data formatting, analysis, and reporting; supervising and hiring undergraduates for IR projects; drafting surveys and reports, and other similar tasks. Work hours are flexible each week with occasional weeknight and weekend work.

Institutional Research/Academic Affairs fellowship is not open.

The office of Student Activities actively supports the philosophy that student learning and development occur through the extracurricular activities and programs that take place throughout the co-curriculum. The Graduate Assistant will ultimately support the mission of the office and implement programming with the student groups he/she works with. The Graduate Assistant will work 20 hours per week -this will include nights and weekends.

Student Activities fellowship application

The Office of Student Affairs serves as a student advocacy and support center for both graduate and undergraduate students. The Student Affairs Graduate Associate position is primarily responsible for assisting with the adjudication and management of the Student Code of Conduct through case management, conducting student hearings, teaching alcohol and drug education classes and coordinating the community service program. The position offers 12 credits of tuition remission per year as well as an hourly rate. The graduate associate is responsible for working approximately up to 20 hours per week during the academic calendar year. Some evening work may be required.

Student Affirs fellowship application

Plans, develops and implements programs and activities which encourage student participation in community volunteer and service learning opportunities. Serves as outreach agent on behalf of the college to establish partnerships at schools and community based organizations with the City of Springfield.

Student Volunteer Programs fellowship application

The Graduate Fellowship position in Education Preparation & Licensure involves working together with several individuals under the direct supervision of the Director of Educator Preparation & Licensure. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: referring inquiries about teaching and counseling licensure to the appropriate individual(s), assisting in the compilation & organization of all materials/records necessary for program approval (accreditation) of teacher/counselor licensure programs, attending meetings, assisting with website enhancement, maintaining and summarizing numerous Qualtrics-based surveys and evaluations, assisting the director with providing technical assistance to all practicum students and supervisors using Taskstream, assisting in all aspects of the placement procedures (following up with students to ensure all appropriate documents have been received on a timely basis), reviewing placement procedures and the contents of the educator preparation handbook with students, assisting with the day to day operation of the Educator Preparation & Licensure Office, and other duties as assigned.

This position is no longer available. Please review this page early next semester for updates.

The Springfield College Undergraduate Admissions Office is responsible for the recruitment and selection of future native and transfer students. Through strategic travel, creative communication, prospective and admitted student on-campus event hosting, and consistent relationship building with sending schools, Springfield College’s admissions staff works towards meeting annual enrollment goals. Additionally, the office provides early college access education to elementary and middle school groups through specialized tours and information sessions. The Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Fellowship is a two year commitment that offers 24 credits of tuition remission and a $4,000 annual stipend. The fellows are responsible for approximately 20 hours of work per week (including Saturdays from October through May).

This position is no longer available. Please review this page early next semester for updates.


School of Social Work

The main responsibilities of the teaching/research fellow involve working with the Dean's Office, the Field Office, and with the entire faculty on a wide variety of tasks. Frequent responsibilities include library research for individual professors, composing short documents, database entry and maintenance, and general administrative and computer support.

The fellow may also work directly with the School of Social Work faculty/student services coordinator. Other tasks include updating course syllabi, designing and publishing a semi-annual newsletter, or any special projects that fit the needs of the school and the skills of the fellow.

Social Work fellowship application