Academic Initiatives and Marketing
The graduate apprentice for Academic Initiatives and Marketing assists in the development and implementation of academic initiatives and faculty involvement within the residential communities. This student coordinates the Faculty Partner Program, collaborates with residence hall staff and the Paul L. Foster Success Center to facilitate academic interventions, and assists in the development and implementation of marketing and assessment projects. NOTE: This is not a live-in position.
Residence Hall Director
A graduate resident hall director for Campus Living & Learning serves in a variety of administrative and programmatic roles in the central office. Responsibilities include residence hall management, marketing, academic and learning initiatives, educational programming, facilities management, and assessment.
For more information on Baylor's Master’s Program in Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) and the availability of apprenticeships, please visit the School of Education website or contact their office at (254) 710-3050.