Student Jobs with AADS

August 2020

Program Assistant--Undergraduate (Federal Work-Study and Non-Work-Study Students)

Duke’s Asian American & Diaspora Studies Program is looking for a Program Assistant to provide general program assistance. We are seeking a Program Assistant who can help with a variety of tasks, such as office support; communicate with student groups (i.e. AASWG, AAA, ASA) about event calendars; design fliers for courses; post events and news to the program’s social media; assist with the program newsletter; and help maintain the program website. The ideal candidate will have solid communication skills and work independently. Ability to juggle several projects with varying priorities at once is also desirable. We are seeking applicants who can begin in August, but the start date is flexible. Position begins in August. Deadline is rolling, and the position will be open until filled.

Requirements

  • Approximately 8-15 hours/week.
  • A creative eye for publicity and website presentation
  • Knowledge of basic website editing tools
  • Solid grasp of social media platforms
  • Creative problem solver and a willingness to contribute new ideas
  • Availability to attend staff meetings

Paid Position. To be considered for this job, please email dukeaasp@duke.edu with a resume and a letter of introduction about who you are and why you’re interested in this job.

Work study is a program that helps students get part-time jobs, primarily on Duke's campus.  When a work-study student finds a job, financial aid pays a portion of his/her wages. For more information on work study please visit https://financialaid.duke.edu/work-study#ugrad

Our program offers interdisciplinary perspectives on the historical and current-day status of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and the Asian diaspora in our society and beyond. To learn more about our program: https://asianamericanstudies.duke.edu
 

Program Assistant (Graduate Student)

Duke’s Asian American & Diaspora Studies Program is looking for a graduate student to assist with general program maintenance and to mentor undergraduate staff. We are seeking someone who can help with a variety of tasks, including publicity for the program, courses, and events throughout the semester. The ideal candidate will have an interest in overseeing undergraduate staff and research projects in the field of Asian American Studies.

Requirements

  • Approximately 8-15 hours/week
  • Provide general assistance to the AADS office
  • Interest in mentoring undergraduate staff and research projects
  • A creative eye for publicity and website presentation
  • Solid grasp of social media platforms
  • Creative problem solver and a willingness to contribute new ideas
  • Availability to attend staff meetings

To be considered for this job, please email dukeaasp@duke.edu with a resume and a letter of introduction about who you are and why you’re interested in this job.

Our program offers interdisciplinary perspectives on the historical and current-day status of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and the Asian diaspora in our society and beyond. To learn more about our program: https://asianamericanstudies.duke.edu/