Student Job Opportunities
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2014 TUTORING POSITIONS
The Language Development Center, led in 2014-15 by two Interim Writing Support Coordinators, provides tutoring in reading and writing for students enrolled in Academic English I. With the new Stretch English pilot (2014-15), the enterprise also will serve Stretch English students who enroll in LLD4, an additional tutoring session. Activities include individual tutoring, small group reading and writing discussions, and a variety of computer assisted learning activities.
To be a tutor you must:
- have a positive, energetic attitude;
- have strong reading, writing, and critical thinking skills;
- have an open-minded outlook toward students from diverse backgrounds;
- be willing to attend a paid one-day training session;
- be willing to attend weekly (paid) training and staff meetings;
- have PC skills (or willingness to acquire them).
If you become a tutor you will:
- gain valuable training and teaching experience;
- work in a friendly, lively environment;
- have the convenience of an on-campus job with flexible hours;
- work for up to 20 hours a week maximum.
Questions? Please contact Instructors Prasad and Petty.