Available Graduate Assistantships
The Eastern Illinois University Health Service offers several graduate assistantships through its Health Education Resource Center. Individuals selected for these positions assist in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of health education and promotion programs, presentations, and interventions. As a result of serving the Health Service for 19.5 hours a week, they in turn receive a monthly stipend of $870 plus a tuition waiver.
Graduate Assistant Regulations
Prior to applying, interested individuals are requested to review Eastern Illinois University's Graduate School Graduate Assistant Regulations.
Graduate Assistantships Available
Applications are currently being accepted for the May 2014 - May 2015. Please see the open positions below and click on title for a job description. To apply for an assistantship to review information below.
If you are looking for an internship consider the Health Education Resource Center! Feel free to contact us with any questions, 217-581-7786.
Application Materials Required:
NOTE: All materials except EIU Graduate Assistantship Application must be submitted to the HERC, even if materials have been submitted to other programs/departments. All materials, besides the EIU Graduate School GA Application, MUST be submitted electronically using the graduate assistantship application portal below.
All HERC application materials MUST be submitted online using our graduate assistantship application portal, click here.
Please be aware of the following requirements.
- Standard cover letter
- Three names of references
- At least one letter of recommendation
- Unofficial academic transcripts
- Remember to complete the EIU Graduate School Graduate Assistant Application. This DOES NOT have to be turned into the HERC.
How to Request More Information:
To request more information about graduate assistantships available through the Health Education Resource Center call (217) 581-7786, or contact Amanda Harvey, Assistant Director for Health Education and Promotion.