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Employment Opportunities

We offer various graduate employment opportunities, including:

  • Teaching positions 
  • Tutoring positions
  • Mentor positions
  • Summer positions

Employment opportunities vary throughout the year, so please check this page for the latest updates.

New Instructors for Reasoning and Writing in the College, WRT 105

Applications Due: January 30, 2019

Job Description

New instructors will design their own version of WRT 105: Reasoning and Writing in the College, a theme-based first-year writing course. Instructors will teach one section of WRT 105 in the fall semester and the same course in the spring semester, and attend the program orientation at the end of August.

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Breadth Fellowship for Students from Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Applications Due: January 30, 2019

Job Description

The Breadth Fellowship offers teaching fellowships for full-time graduate students in the sciences and social sciences in the College. Through this fellowship, graduate students design their own version of WRT 105: Reasoning and Writing in the College, a theme-based first-year writing course. All instructors accepted into the program will teach one section of WRT 105 in fall and the same course in spring, participate in our training program, and attend the program orientation at the end of August.

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Breadth Fellowship for Warner School and Eastman School Students

Applications Due: January 30, 2019

Job Description

The Breadth Fellowship offers teaching fellowships for full-time graduate students in the Warner School or Eastman School. Through this fellowship, graduate students design their own version of Reasoning and Writing in the College (WRT 105), a theme-based first-year writing course.

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Dudley Doust Writing Associates

Applications Due: January 30, 2019

Job Description

The Dudley Doust Writing Associates Fellowships are awarded to outstanding writing instructors from a variety of disciplines who have taught in the Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program for at least four semesters. To teach as a Doust fellow, recipients must be current University of Rochester graduate students in good standing at the beginning of each semester for which the fellowship is awarded.

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