Hello from the Office of Graduate Studies!
We are thrilled to welcome you to MICA this Fall. We hope you find the weekly newsletter helpful, as you begin to connect to campus and the graduate community. If you haven't yet, please take a moment to explore micagradcommunity.org for lots of helpful information.
We look forward to meeting you all on Monday, August 20th for Fall Graduate Orientation.
In the meantime if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (410) 225-5274.
Students with F1 & J1 visas are required to attend a VISA Workshop on Friday, August 24th.
*Please note, the Orientation Schedule is subject to change.
On Campus Job Opportunities
Deadline to Apply: July 1st
This position is offered to a student enrolled in a graduate program at Maryland Institute College of Art. Student must have an interest in Wellness initiatives on MICA’s campus. MICA Wellness addresses topics on, but are not limited to, sexual violence, physical health, and mental/emotional health. Student will work with student counseling center, student health center, and the fitness center to create programs suitable programs for graduate students. These programs will provide education and resources regarding the topics above. Click here for a full job description. Questions and applications can be submitted to Keri Watley, Health Promotions Educator.
Graduate Program Managers
Deadline to Apply: July 16th
The Program Manager (PM) is a part-time, 8-10 hour per week student staff member in the Student Activities Office. Program Managers are hired for a 1-year commitment. This position is responsible for assisting the office with implementing graduate student programs, as well as the design and implementation of campus programs. The purpose of the Graduate Program Managers is to build community across departments within the graduate student community. The Student Activities Office employs 10 PMs per year, who are expected to work together as a cohesive programming group. The PMs report to the Center for Student Engagement, and will be supervised by the Assistant Director of Transitions.
Graduate PMs will help to plan Pie Party, the Grad Picnic, and a series of Graduate Pop-Up Events. PMs will be compensated with a stipend of $1,800 per academic year, and the position begins in mid-August.
Read the full job description and Apply! Submit your application by July 16th for best consideration. Contact Jenn Ramsdell with questions.
* Please note, these are the first of several on campus job opportunities. More will be announced in July.
MICA Housing Resources and Options
On-Campus Housing: If you’ve applied for on-campus housing, the Office of Residence Life will be in touch very soon with updates. If you haven’t applied for on-campus housing, and think you might still be interested, feel free to email Janine D’Adamo email@example.com to talk more about what might be available.