Graduate Assistantships

Thrive Center employs a team of Graduate Assistants who provide valuable support to several Thrive Center programs and services. We are hiring 2 Graduate Assistants for the 2022-2023 school year. Please read below for job descriptions, how to send in your application materials, and the timeline for the hiring process. If you would like to be considered for multiple positions, you may submit one application and indicate all the positions for which you wish to be considered.


Applications close on Monday, September 5, 2022 by 8:00 a.m.


Please submit an application using our online form.  Application materials needed: Cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae

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August 22 - September 5 Application will be open for submissions
September 7-13 Selected applicants will be invited to interview during this period
September 15 Decisions are communicated to applicants


Thrive graduate assistants work for 20 hours per week (.5FTE) and are compensated $20,000 for the academic year.  As graduate assistants they are also eligible for student health insurance benefits and tuition remission.  A full list of benefits for graduate assistants can be found on the Graduate College website.


Thank you for paying your Student Services Fees!  ALL of our undergraduate and graduate student positions are funded through a Student Services Fee grant.  These are your fees at work, supporting fellow students through work and direct services!

The primary role of the Graduate Assistant for Financial Wellness will be to support the planning and implementation of events and programming that seek to enhance a sense of belonging, retention and graduation of students at the University of Arizona. The graduate assistant will work closely with the manager of persistence & completion and campus and community partners to provide resources and support to students.

Financial Wellness Job Description


YOUR STUDENT FEES AT WORK | This position is funded through a Student Services Fee grant to the Thrive Center.

The Graduate Assistant for Immigrant Student Programming will develop and coordinate programming that directly support, or expand the University's institutional capacity to serve, immigrant, refugee, undocumented and DACAmented students.


YOUR STUDENT FEES AT WORK | This position is funded through a Student Services Fee grant to the Immigrant Student Resource Center.