Responsibilities include attendance at class sessions for the section to which the peer mentor is assigned, attendance at weekly meetings with the course instructor and all training sessions as scheduled, working one-on-one to help students develop strategies for academic success, and directing students to appropriate campus resources. Students will work approximately 8 hours per week. Some hours will be flexible according to the peer mentor’s class schedule, but peer mentors must be available to attend the course meetings for the course to which they are assigned.
--- (Edited on 3/29/2019 4:12 pm [GMT-0500] by jamsmith) ---Job Requirements
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have excellent interpersonal skills as well as good oral and written communication skills. Applicants should also have prior enrollment in at least one of the following courses: COMM 1113, ENGL 1113, HIST 1483, MATH 1483, PSY 1113. The successful candidate must be punctual, reliable, and have a positive attitude.
PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: Strong preference will be given to those students with a solid academic record; a minimum GPA of 3.0 is a plus. Prior experience working in a peer tutoring or peer counseling environment is also desirable.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please download the application. Deliver completed application, along with (1) Letter of Application, (2) Current Transcript, and (3) Current Resume to:Sandra BusseyOffice of Teaching and LearningBurch Hall B033
Please indicate which of the courses listed you are applying for; candidates may apply for more than one course.
DEADLINE: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.Equal
|Date Posted||3/29/2019 4:12 pm|
|Location||Office of Teaching & Learning - Burch Hall B033|