The National Forum?for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is working?in partnership?with USI to recruit National Forum Student Associates. The successful applicants will work to further the student voice in the National Forum’s work. It is a paid position for 50 hours work in the coming academic year, 2021-22. Further information about the role and the application process is available via this link: https://www.teachingandlearning.ie/2021/06/01/national-forum-student-associates-2021/
The student associates will work collaboratively to provide a strong student voice to support teaching and learning enhancement in higher education informed by their lived student experience. The student associates appointed will support teaching and learning enhancement both within their institution and at a national level by providing their views and opinions on teaching and learning activities and developments.
The student associates will work with the National Forum Student Success Team that comprises our Student Associate Intern and the Student Success Educational Developers, Caitriona McGrattan and Brian Gormley.
All currently registered students, who will be enrolled in an Irish Higher Education Institution in the coming academic year,?both undergraduate and?postgraduate, are welcome to apply. The?student?associate?recruitment process will be mindful of the diversity of learners?within the student population.?
?If you have any questions at all you can view the FAQs on our webpage: https://www.teachingandlearning.ie/vacancies/faq-national-forum-student-associates/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications is 5pm on the 17 June 2021.
We encourage all students interested to apply for this exciting role.