The Movement Arts, Health Promotion, & Leisure Studies Department at Bridgewater State University is seeking graduate students interested in pursuing a graduate assistant position with the Professional Tennis Management (PTM) program and the NCAA Division III Athletics Department.
Bridgewater State University’s PTM academic program was developed in collaboration with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) to provide students with the education, skills, and networking opportunities to turn their passion, talents, and experiences into a career within the tennis industry.
The graduate assistant will work 20 hours/week with dedicated responsibilities split between the Professional Tennis Management program and the NCAA Division III men’s and women’s tennis teams. Responsibilities will include serving as a graduate assistant coach of the men’s and women’s intercollegiate tennis teams and providing operations and administrative support for the PTM program. Matriculation into the MS in Physical Education, Professional Tennis Management & Coaching concentration; MS in Physical Education, Coaching Education concentration; or the Professional Tennis Management GraduateCertificate (must be combined with a graduate degree program). Experience as an intercollegiate student-athlete, tennis coach, or tennis professional.
Additional Salary Information: •Tuition and fee remission for up to 24 credits per academic year.
•Complimentary parking pass.
•Earned income during fall and spring semesters
•Award valued over $17,500 available to well-qualified matriculated students.
While maintaining its historic focus on the preparation of teachers, Bridgewater State University provides a broad range of baccalaureate degree programs through its Louis M. Ricciardi College of Business, College of Education and Allied Studies, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Bartlett College of Science and Mathematics. At the graduate level, the College of Graduate Studies offers Master of Arts and Master of Science in select disciplines, as well as Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accountancy, Master of Education, Master of Public Administration and Master of Social Work. In addition, Bridgewater State University prepares educators for postbaccalaureate and postmaster’s licensure.