Work Study Openings
Federal work study encourages part-time employment related to a student's course of study and/or career interests while pursuing a post-secondary education. Both on-campus positions and off-site opportunities are available, as well as community service
Students must demonstrate financial need from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for this program.
Academic Support Center
Peer Tutors needed statewide to academically support current students in a variety of courses. Individualized tutoring sessions may involve support with computer usage, homework, papers, studying or projects. Math tutors will provide support with math concepts/theories, step-by-step problem solutions, review of homework and assignments for accuracy. English tutors will provide structural and rhetoric support to written assignments, proofread student papers offering suggestions for improvement in grammar, punctuation, sentence styles and citation.
- Be APA/MLA proficient;
- Have at least 36 college credits, a CGPA of 3.0 or higher, and a B+ or higher in the subjects being tutored;
- Be able to develop a rapport with faculty and student;
- Be trustworthy and dependable with basic computer skills;
- Be willing to communicate with faculty for clarification on assignments and expectations of the student’s work;
- And be willing to say NO if a student is asking you to do the work for them. Peer tutors are there to assist students in the learning process, not to do it for them.
During down time, peer tutors are expected to assist with campus activities or tasks. Contact Tina Underwood at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Report an Incident
For anonymous reporting of conduct violations, discrimination, harassment, or violence of any kind (i.e. sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and/or stalking).