Department of Counseling, Administration, Supervision and Adult Learning

APHE Opportunities


Posted 2/8/23

Kenyon College: KEEP/STEM Scholars Summer Programs Coordinator

The KEEP/STEM Scholars Summer Programs Coordinator is a member of the Student Affairs staff, reporting directly to the Assistant Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI). The Summer Coordinator is a live-in position that supports the mission of the College by assisting with the overall residential and programmatic responsibilities of the KEEP/STEM Scholars Summer Programs.
Applications should be received no later than April 28, 2023 for full consideration. Submit resume and cover letter to

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Posted 8/8/22

The Graduate Assistantships available in the Center for Student Involvement have been posted. 
Apply by going to the following website and search for Campus Programs Graduate Assistant and/or Student Leadership Development Graduate Assistant. These assistantships are 20 hours a week and require in person availability between the hours of 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday as well as evening and weekend hours for special events.

Campus Programs Graduate Assistant

Student Leadership Development Graduate Assistant

Posted 8/8/22


The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame is pleased to award $1,000 for the James P. Pappas scholarship each year to a North American or international adult education major who is working toward the completion of a higher education degree.

File Domestic James P Pappas Scholarship Application Form fillable 2022 (75).docx

File Recommendation Form for James P. Pappas 2022 fillable (52).docx

The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame is pleased to award $1,000 for the James P. Pappas scholarship each year to a North American or international adult education major who is working toward the completion of a higher education degree in adult education (Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Ph.D. – diplom/license, meister and Ph.D.).

File International Application for Pappas Scholarship 2022.docx

File Recommendation Form for James P. Pappas 2022 fillable (52).docx

Posted 7/20/22

Baldwin Wallace, Berea
POSITION OVERVIEW: The Graduate Assistant for the Student Life Center (SLC) will focus on Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) is responsible for implem

For more info click hereenting the basic goals by promoting individual and community development through daily interactions with students in organizations for which they are responsible. The role of the Graduate Assistant includes the that of advisor, programmer, mentor, resource person, and administrator.

For full details: PDF icon Baldwin Wallace University Graduate Assistant for Fraternity & Sorority Life, (2) 2022-2024.pdf

Posted 4/14/22

Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Georgia - Teaching and Learning Specialist. 
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Posted: 4/4/22

Cleveland State University: Student Success Advisor

The Student Success Advisor is a staff member of the Pathways to Practice (P2P) Program at Cleveland State University. The P2P Program assist underrepresented minority students to gain entry into Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) via their Early Assurance pathway. The Student Success Advisor engages undergraduate and post baccalaureate students in promoting their academic, professional and overall development from their CSU orientation to matriculation to medical school. The Student Success Advisor is expected to possess extensive knowledge about premedical education, MCAT preparation, policies, procedures and student support services within the scope of their responsibilities. They must be able to interpret student needs and provide individualized wrap around services to help ensure academic success. This exciting opportunity reports to the Executive Director, Pathways to Practice program at CSU.

Posted 2/15/22

Full-time Grant Funded e-Learning Instructional Designer

Location: ELYRIA, OH

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) seeks dynamic, user-oriented, and tech-savvy candidates for the eLearning Instructional Designer position. The successful candidate will proactively collaborate with faculty and staff on developing well-designed courses and programs that best meet the needs of students today. As a member of the eLearning Team, the eLearning Instructional Designer will lead technology-infused efforts to support student learning and the development of courses at LCCC. This position plays a critical role in educating the campus on high quality course-design practices and training faculty on implementing such practices into their course development.

Posted 1/5/22

Component Repair Technologies, Inc. – Multimedia Production Specialist

Location: MENTOR, OH

The Multimedia Production Specialist position is a unique blend of creative conceptualization, filming, still photography, video and still image production, storyboarding, training content creation and assistance with training and marketing programs, projects, and responsibilities. 

Posted 1/5/22

Component Repair Technologies, Inc. – Learning & Development Specialist

Location: MENTOR, OH

The Learning & Development Specialist position is a unique blend of classroom instruction, program coordination, career coaching, content and curriculum development and community relations. 

Posted 11/17/21

Brookfield Properties Multifamily

Location: Cleveland MOTTEP 2155 Stokes Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44106 
Contact Name: Angela Thornton, Manager |Learning Operations,  216.416.3059
Email: resume and cover letter to 

Instructional Design Intern
Role: position available with our Learning Operations team at Brookfield Properties Multifamily 
Overview: The role will give a student real world corporate experience working with business leaders on learning design projects.

Posted 7/21/21

DEPARTMENT: Dean’s Office, College of Education and Human Services
SUPERVISOR: Patricia Sokolowski, Office Coordinator
JOB DURATION: 2021-22 Academic Year
FWS AWARD REQUIRED? Preferred, but not a condition of employment


Accountabilities: Must be dependable with strong work habits; able to manage time and priorities; be willing to learn and participate in activities that support Dean’s Office day-to-day duties and areas of responsibility.

Qualifications: Students must have clear verbal and written communication skills, able to follow instructions, demonstrate critical thinking skills and good interpersonal social skills; knowledge of current technology (Word, Excel, Internet, Email, etc.), College of Education and Human Services students preferred.

Learning objectives: Participation as productive office team member; obtain skills and knowledge to support administrators, faculty, staff and students with a variety of policies and procedures.

Days/times needed: Flexible: Immediate opening for 10-20-hour work week.

SALARY: $10 per hour.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: A cover letter, class schedule.

Posted 5/3/21

Location: Berkman Hall 110
Contact Name: Marina Bregu
Phone Number: (216) 687-2168
Overview: Interns will work closely with the director and academic advisors of the TRIO/Student Support Services to learn and gain experience assisting first-generation and/or low-income students. This position will require interns to acquire a basic understanding of all undergraduate programs within every college during the first-half of the term. The interns will also get the opportunity to review the manual and policies of begin a higher education advisor before they observation appointments led by TRIO's academic advisors. In addition, this internship will be project-based. TRIO will support interns to plan, create, market, and implement a project based on their interest related to higher education

Posted 4/21/21

CSU Teaching Assistant Internship

The intern will be involved and will be coached in aspects of teaching such as planning, teaching and assessment in an online (asynchronous) and/or face-to-face college class that has both undergraduate and graduate students.

A model of gradual release of responsibility will be adopted similar to student teaching/internship. The intern will observe, lead discussions, plan activities and will have the opportunity to plan, and teach a whole class session/module. Coaching and feedback will be provided. In addition, the intern will have the opportunity to co-plan and co-teach. Grading experience will also be provided specifically how to use rubrics and provide written feedback. Professional development and networking opportunities such as conferences, workshops and/or scholarships will be shared.

Contact the site supervisor, Elena Andrei, directly to determine if internship is available in given semester and interview process.

Elena Andrei, Ed.D. (she/her/hers)
Assistant Professor & TESOL Program Coordinator
Cleveland State University | College of Education and Human Services
2121 Euclid Avenue | Julka Hall 331 | Cleveland OH 44115
Email: | Office: 216-687-2148