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Graduate Assistant of Outdoor Recreation

The Outdoor Recreation Graduate Assistant is responsible for overseeing various aspects of the Outdoor Recreation program. They will be highly involved in programming and facility aspects of Campus Recreation including, but not limited to, personnel management, fiscal management, and risk management. They will also be expected to participate in Professional Development activities and collaborate with staff from all Campus Recreation program areas and several other departments on and off campus.

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For more information or to apply, candidates should contact Andrew Morreale, Outdoor Recreation Assistant Director at or call (512) 245-8748.

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Past Graduate Assistants and their testimonies:

Brad Byrom

Brad Byrom

Outdoor Recreation Graduate Assistant 2017-2019

I was welcomed into the Campus Recreation Department in the summer of 2017 as the Graduate Assistant overseeing the Trips Program and Outdoor Rental Center. While I had grown up in central Texas, San Marcos was a new world to me. The 72 degree San Marcos River was like nothing I had ever experienced before, and having an office right on it’s banks was more than I could have asked for. Through my two years I had the opportunity to network and collaborate with multiple departments and individuals in the Texas State University system. These collaborations helped to put on events ranging from Riverfest in Sewell Park, to Canoeing Santa Elena Canyon for spring break. Needless to say, this job took me to some places that I never knew existed, and I can say I am a better person for it.

Working as a Graduate Assistant for the Outdoor Program at Texas State is in my opinion the best job in the university system. Not only was I able to recreate inline with my work, but I was also allowed an informative and inviting environment to hone my administrative skills. The support of professional staff across all of the program areas in Campus Recreation has provided me with a more comprehensive understanding of what it is to work in campus recreation at a professional level. I can gladly say that I now have a strong network of individuals to lean on as I continue on in my professional endeavors, wherever they may take me.