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Master’s Project Reader – A. Henry [work study]

  • Work-Study (AUNE)
  • Remote

Antioch University New England

Start Date: 6/1/2024
End Date: 8/1/2024
Number of Positions: 2 (If more than one Master’s student is completing in SU24, having multiple readers ensures timely feedback and support).
Hours per Week: 10 hours/wk (estimate)
Weekends Required: There may be limited occasions when working over the weekend is required for timely feedback to and support of students.
Evenings Required: No

Supervisor: Alison P Henry, PhD

Alternate Supervisor: Carla Beebe Comey

This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes

Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): 100% remote. Serving as a first reader for master’s projects (theses and capstone papers), identifying issues (often related to APA-7 guidelines) and providing feedback in the form of comments in Google Docs.

Method to assess remote work: Supervisor will review feedback comments and provide guidance and support.

Job Description

  • The Waldorf Teacher Education Program is seeking candidates to support the full time faculty who oversee the final approval of master’s projects (theses and capstone papers).
  • With faculty guidance, these candidates will serve as first readers for master’s projects, identifying aspects of each paper that require correction, development, or other support.
  • Successful candidates will be comfortable with the expectations of academic writing (especially the attribution of ideas) and general APA-7 guidelines.
  • Theses for this program typically range from 80-200 pages in length.
  • Papers that support capstone projects typically range from 40-60 pages.
  • Faculty guidance will be provided both in the form of a training / orientation period and ongoing support.
  • This is a part-time, hourly position with flexible hours.
  • Most papers are submitted two months before the last day of the semester in which a student intends to graduate.
  • Though the specific dates vary, they fall in mid-October, early-March, and late-June.
  • At these times, turn-around time will be important to ensure that students receive timely feedback.


  • Proficiency with academic writing and APA-7 guidelines.
  • Master’s degree preferred.
  • Availability for focused attention to student work when it is ready for review.

How to Apply: Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and a writing sample (literature review preferred) to Alison P. Henry PhD (teaching faculty and MP coordinator for the Waldorf Programs).

Email: [email protected]

Position Type: Work Study

Department: School of Education, AUNE Dept of Education

To apply for this job email your details to ahenry2@antioch.edu

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