The Master of Arts in higher education program at Messiah College offers a select number of graduate assistantships for full-time degree seeking students in the Master of Arts in higher education. Graduate assistantships offer students the opportunity to put the theories, gained through classroom instruction, into practice through supervised, real-world experience. Assistantships are designed to provide a meaningful educational and professional experience that will provide graduates with the skills and knowledge they need for successful professional employment. Graduate assistantships are generally two-year appointments.
Graduate assistant opportunities
The following is a list of graduate assistant positions that have been held on campus. Positions are on a rotating two-year renewal. The available positions for this year are listed under "Positions available."
Agapé Center for Service and Learning
AROMA (A Revolution of Missional Athletes)
Cross Country/Track & Field
Internship Coordinator - Counseling
Residence Life (Harrisburg/Special Interest Housing)
Student Involvement and Leadership Programs
Teaching and Learning/Ernest L. Boyer Center
Off- Campus Programs
Former graduate assistants ready for new challenge
Matthew Fenton and Gus Mohlhenrich are recent graduates of Messiah’s master’s in higher education program and former athletic communications graduate assistants. Messiah is happy to announce that both men are now serving in new roles as sports information directors at Cairn University and Coker College, respectively. Congratulations!