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Student Employment

Taylor student employees are paraprofessionals who are responsible for creating and implementing Taylor programs and increasing campus and community awareness of Taylor.


  • Students must commit to working with Taylor for a full academic year.
    Must be enrolled as a student at Tulane in both Fall 2020 and Spring 2021
  • Must be in good academic standing for the term prior to selection and during entire period of employment
  • Must maintain at least a cumulative GPA of 3.0

Important Dates

  • Undergraduate Employees Application Deadline: May 19, 2020
  • Graduate Assistants Application Deadline: Encouraged by May 19, 2020; rolling
  • Interviews: Summer 2020 (remotely or in person)
  • In-person Fall Orientation: Friday, August 23, 2020, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • First Day at Work: Monday, August 26, 2020

Graduate Assistant Positions

Administrative Support

Primary duties include assisting with general operations of the administrative office.

Changemaker Institute (CI)

This position works together with staff to develop, organize, promote, and execute Taylor’s social venture accelerator program.

Design Thinking for Social Impact

This position will help run training experiences for campus and lay audiences in design thinking for social impact.

Design Thinking at Taylor Warehouse

This position will support the design of design thinking offerings at Tulane’s downtown schools, as well as programs that engage non-Tulane affiliated changemakers.

Life Design GA

This position will work together with Taylor staff to communicate, promote, support, and expand meaningful life design programming at Tulane University/

Research and Scholarship (R&S)

This position will help design, organize, and support a range of activities to cultivate Research and Scholarship activities on campus and in our community to support social innovation and changemaking research and research pathways.

Teaching assistantships: Some undergraduate courses require teaching assistants knowledgeable about the content and able to support student learning. For more information, contact Rebecca Otten at

For Undergraduate Students

Communication & Marketing (C&M) Student Employees will support Taylor programming by contributing toTaylor’s social media accounts, email newsletter, blog, event content, website, print media, videos, photography, graphic designs, and other marketing platforms.

2019 - 2020 Taylor Student Employees

M_Anglemire Photo

Michaeline Anglemire

Megan Flattley smiling in front of trees.

Megan Flattley

Aly Greengrass smiling in front of the windows of the Tulane Commons building.

Alexandra Greengrass

Hudanick headshot

Natalie Hudanick


Kaitlyn Root

Past Student Employees

2019 – 2020

2016 – 17

  • Alexandra Bourguignon
  • Joshua Christian
  • Javier Gonzalez
  • Kristen Hill
  • Rhea Lewis
  • Lani Nguyen
  • Piper Serra
  • Ruth Yue Yao


  • Lillian Bacon
  • Derek Bednarski
  • Hunter Clark
  • Anne Heinrichs
  • Hannah Horowitz
  • Sofie Kodner
  • Emma Lisec
  • Gaetano Trachtenberg

2009 – 2015

  • Melanie Barlow
  • Samantha Bosalavage
  • Matt Bourda
  • Mary Bryan
  • Jessica Callahan
  • Mike Celone
  • Sarah Cullum
  • Carrie Ducote (Martinez)
  • Angela Filardo
  • Jimmy Flotken
  • Claire Galley
  • Elias Garcia
  • Rachel Garcia
  • Andrew Grin
  • Ophir Haberer
  • Ryan Hitchens
  • Ben Mauro
  • Kayla Morris
  • Nhu Ngoc Pham
  • Billy Schrero
  • Mackenzie Shade
  • Lilah Shepard
  • Anastasia Tencza
  • Emma You


  • Interested in seeing some of the cool and amazing work Taylor Student Employees are doing? Dive into our student-curated blog.
  • For more information about student employment opportunities, email
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