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Graduate Assistantships
A graduate assistantship gives you the opportunity to work with a mentor at an advanced level and to take on professional-level responsibilities. We offer positions within applicants’ academic departments—assisting faculty and staff during academic terms—as well as in offices around campus through 2 placement options.
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Catherine Omenge
"The knowledge I've gained in my program can be used in various managerial roles and I can use what I've learned on so many different levels. My graduate program experience at Worcester State has been fantastic."
— Catherine Omenge / MS '23 / MS in Nonprofit Management
Michelle Nguyen / MS '23
"My experience in my graduate program at Worcester State has been great. I made strong connections with my professor and peers and learned a lot from them."
— Michelle Nguyen / MS '23
Shiko Gathuo / Graduate Program Coordinator and Professor, Department of Urban Studies
"We are able to help students gain confidence academically and prepare for jobs after graduation. Our programs are collaborative, and we support people from all backgrounds helping them to succeed."
— Shiko Gathuo / Graduate Program Coordinator and Professor, Department of Urban Studies

Graduate News Stories

Grad students get valuable experience in assistantship program

As a senior in high school, Mikayla Wilcox already knew she wanted to help people. When she was looking at colleges, she was drawn to Worcester State’s 4-Plus Occupational Therapy Program that would allow her to complete her master’s degree in as few as five years, but she was even more impressed with what she heard from the department chair.

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