The Learning Assistance Center is always looking for assistants in various subjects. If you are interested in earning extra money while sharing your knowledge and helping othes in a job that offers flexible hours, then please come to see us!
- A or B in subject you want to tutor
- 3.0 or above GPA
- Complete job application packet
- Like to help others
- An instructor referral is preferable
Learning Assistance Center assistants are expected to act as role models for students by regularly attending their own classes, practicing successful study habits, and maintaining a positive learning attitude.
All Learning Assistants are required to complete Level I of the CRLA Training. This consists of ten hours of training in a variety of topics related to tutoring, including but not limited:
- to study skills
- customer service
- learning disabilities
- required paperwork and procedures
- tutoring specific course work
- diversity issues
Learning assistants are given 16 weeks after becoming employed to complete Level I certification and will be paid for the 10 hours upon completion of the training.