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Before you apply, please review carefully the responsibilities and qualifications for each position and verify your eligibility for on-campus student employment by reviewing the requirements listed on the work-study and/or non work-study student employment websites.
WaLC course tutors facilitate small-group review sessions for specific courses, assist students with developing effective study and self-management skills, and act as a liaison between students and faculty.
Visit our Course Tutor Responsibilities and Qualifications page for a complete job description.
Writing fellows are carefully selected and trained peer tutors who provide support for styles of writing that challenge students new to the field. Examples of genres writing fellows can be selected for include lab reports, screenplays, treatment plans, SOAP notes, technical writing, and program notes. Students from any class and at any point in their writing process may make appointments with writing fellows.
Visit our Writing Fellows page for a complete job description.
Supplemental Instruction Leaders facilitate active, collaborative review sessions three times per week for historically difficult courses. They attend class with students, work closely with faculty, and plan engaging activities for sessions.
Time commitment: SI leaders are expected to attend all classes (approximately 3 hours per week), plan and facilitate 3 SI sessions per week (3 hours of planning plus 3 hours for sessions per week), attend a weekly SI leader meeting with the SI supervisor (1 hour per week) and meet with the course instructor weekly (15-30 minutes) for a total of approximately 10.5 hours per week.
View our Supplemental Instruction Leader Responsibilities and Qualifications page for a complete job description.
Academic Skills Consultants (ASCs) are successful students who are trained to deliver interactive learning skills workshops and one-on-one consultations to students at Western. Using guided discussions and hands-on activities, ASCs introduce students to effective strategies for time management, note taking, reading, studying, and test taking. In addition, ASCs represent the WaLC and the University at Orientation sessions and Open Houses. Students chosen to work as ASCs have an opportunity to improve their public speaking and interpersonal communication skills while reinforcing their own successful learning strategies.
Visit our ASC Responsibilities and Qualifications page for a complete job description.
International Student Consultants (ISCs) are primarily writing tutors who will facilitate one-on-one or small group sessions with International and ESL students, with emphasis on developing conversational skills, understanding the American university system and faculty expectations, and familiarizing students with available resources.
Office Assistants (OAs) play an integral role in the efficient functioning of the WaLC. Students who are chosen to work as OAs have an opportunity to develop and to practice communication, organization, and other professional skills that will benefit them in life beyond college.
Visit our OA Responsibilities and Qualifications page for a complete job description.