Math and Physics Tutors
If you have excelled in your math and/or physics courses, enjoy working with others, and are a clear communicator, consider becoming a math and/or physics tutor. Tutoring not only helps peers but helps reinforce your own understanding of the content. Minimum qualifications are a 3.6 GPA, an A- in Calc 1 and 2, and 2nd year status.
As the first point of contact for our study centers and main office, your responsibilities may include signing people in/out for attendance tracking, act as a first point of contact, redirecting students to other resources, assisting with office tasks, and department projects. Multiple locations for office assistants are available. Applicants will be contacted as positions become available.
Support your peers’ learning through academic coaching, workshops, study group consultations and tabling events. If you have experience supporting others, mentoring, or have a desire to become trained in navigating topics such as time management, organization, and study techniques, this might be the right fit for you.
Supplemental Instruction Leaders
Help your peers stay on top of their courses by serving as student leader in a traditionally challenging course. If you have successfully completed one of the following courses with an A/B grade, have excellent listening, administrative and organizational skills, outstanding class attendance and performance, and effective communication, you might be a great addition to our community of SI leaders.
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As a Teaching Assistant you will work in an ASC Success Course with the course instructor and model how to successfully manage and navigate the academic demands of being a college student. You will attend class and recommend effective strategies in support of students’ academic success through in-class demonstrations and 1:1 conversations.
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