There are numerous ways to get involved in the ASHE Graduate Student community. Check out the various opportunities below!
Web Consultant Role (NOW OPEN: October 2018)
The ASHE Graduate Student community is seeking a current graduate student to serve as a web consultant for a one-year appointment during 2019. The primary responsibility of the role is managing the ASHE grads online web presence, including our WordPress website and social media. The anticipated time commitment of this role is 3-5 hours per month, with peak times leading up to and during the ASHE annual conference in November.
- Update and generate content for the website (https://ashegrads.wordpress.com/)
- Coordinate the monthly ASHE grad blog, including:
- Posting from current pool of travel scholarship recipient submissions
- Recruiting any additional submissions as needed
- Publicizing monthly posts
- Publicizing ASHE and ASHE grad specific initiatives using social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter
- Create publicity graphics for ASHE grad specific initiatives
- Assist in coordinating online ASHE graduate initiatives such as Tweet-a-Thons, Twitter Chats, Webinars, or Google Hangouts
- Aid in live tweeting and publicizing sessions related to the annual ASHE conference
- Engage in quarterly check ins with ASHE grad representatives
- Familiarity with website design broadly and WordPress specifically
- Familiarity with Facebook and Twitter
- Responsive to email and other forms of communication
Apply here by November 21, 2018!
ASHE Graduate Committee Involvement
The list below includes some of the initiatives and programs that ASHE graduate members serve. These opportunities for service take place at the the annual conference and throughout the year. We continue to find ways to better communicate and serve our members. If you’re interested in participating in a subgroup, or have an idea for a new initiative to serve the association, please let us know.
Graduate Student Sessions
ASHE Graduate Student Session evaluation
Watch this space for a call for volunteers for the 2018 conference and to help plan sessions for 2019!
Last updated October 3, 2018