Georgia Tech’s Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, is looking for a research assistant to support its activities during the fall semester, with the prospect for renewal for the spring by mutual consent. The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated student interested in transatlantic relations or the European Union with experience of successfully completing multiple tasks in a dynamic environment. This is an opportunity to develop both professional and research skills in an active and vibrant setting. The position is for the fall semester (10 hours per week) and pays $10 per hour. The start date will be 4 September or as soon as possible thereafter. Applicants must be Georgia Tech students.
The research assistant will support the activities of the Center and provide research assistance as needed.
Information about CETS and the activities associated with the Jean Monnet grant are available at
www.cets.gatech.edu. The research assistant’s responsibilities will include:
• Helping to organize the Center’s activities, including public talks and workshops.
• Participating in many of the Center’s events;
• Developing content for the Center’s website, including event summaries;
• Posting content to the Center’s social media profiles;
• Managing, with the Director, the Center’s working paper series;
• Working with the Center’s faculty to ensure the success of planned activities;
• Assisting with preparing activity reports;
• Providing research assistance as requested;
• Gaining a better understanding of the European Union and focused foreign policy issues for the semester.
To learn how to apply, click here.