Graduate Student Employment Opportunites

Office of Philanthropy

The Fall 2018 Student Philanthropy Interns will work closely with the Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Student & Young Alumni Philanthropy to create and promote a culture of philanthropy among students at the University of Kentucky. Tasks may include planning and promoting student philanthropy events, implementing a philanthropic social media campaign, and creating a video for Thank-a-Donor Day. As a Student Philanthropy Intern, your ideas are respected and appreciated. We encourage you to suggest new ideas to expand the reach of student philanthropy engagement. Interns will also receive a tuition stipend as part of their internship experience. Preferred skills: project management, professionalism, creativity, and knowledge of social media practices.
Email resume and cover letter to Applications will be accepted until April 20th.

The Student Philanthropy Board exists to deepen the culture of philanthropy within the campus community by empowering students through opportunities to engage in philanthropy. As a founding member of the Student Philanthropy Board, you—a leader and advocate on campus—will have a chance to impact campus culture. Many students at the University of Kentucky are already giving of themselves: they volunteer time, they share their talents, they support the campus community. It will be the job of the Student Philanthropy Board to develop ways for students to amplify their giving. The Board will empower students by directing programs, events, and resources including but not limited to Thank-a-Donor Day, networking with alumni, and a speaker/workshop series made available through the Center for Student Philanthropy in the new Student Center. Board activities will be driven by what inspires the student body at the University of Kentucky to engage in philanthropy.

Email all application materials to by

11:59 pm on Wednesday, 4/18/18 - Application + Resume + Unofficial Transcript


The Office of Student Organizations and Activities 

Civic Engagement GA Center for Community Outreach 

This position works directly with the Center for Community Outreach students and programs. Please see the above link for more information and the application. For more information about the Center for Community Outreach, visit their website here, Questions? Contact

Student Organizations GA 

This position works directly with all student organizations, student organization registration, and our online organization database. Please see the above link for more information and the application. For more information about student organizations visit, Questions? Contact



Academic Advisor

Band 8 - $2806/month

Contract Length: May 16 to July 31

Employment Location: MCTC has campuses in Maysville, Morehead, Mt. Sterling and Cynthiana and will be hiring an Academic Advisor for each location. Typical workweek is Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. 


General Purpose: 

Academic Advisors help students set academic goals based on transfer and/or career options and develop an academic plan to attain those goals.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Meet with students to help them explore their academic and career options. This may include administering a career assessment to help students make informed decisions.

• Communicate program's academic and non-academic requirements, policies, and procedures effectively and accurately.

• Help students develop an academic plan and register for Fall 2018 courses.

• Connect students to a variety of support services. 



• Bachelor's degree in related discipline required (Education, Counseling, Academic or related field).

• Graduate degree or progress towards a graduate degree program preferred.

• Teaching/tutoring/academic advising/student support services experience preferred.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills and relevant computer skills required. 


606-759-7141 ext. 66516

UK Career Center