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Student Employment Opportunities

Academic Resource Center—Tutor

The Academic Resource Centers serve current WVU students by providing academic support in multiple subjects and several locations on campus including Downtown Library ARC, Evansdale Library ARC, and Bennett Tower ARC. We employ Tutors that are qualified to provide tutoring service in a variety of subjects, though we have higher demand for tutors in STEM courses. In order to be eligible, a tutor must have earned a minimum grade of ‘B’ or better in the course (‘A’ preferred) to provide tutoring service and an overall GPA of 3.25 or better. The tutor application requires the unofficial transcript to be uploaded to confirm grades. The application also requires 2 references from professors/ instructors.

NOW HIRING FOR SPRING 2020:

Math, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Geology, Accounting, Econ and more!  Apply now!

ARC Tutor Application

For more information, contact  Barbara.Mullinix@mail.wvu.edu

Academic Resource Center—Greeter

The Academic Resource Centers serves current WVU students by providing academic support in multiple subjects and several locations on campus including Downtown Library ARC, Evansdale Library ARC, and Bennett Tower ARC. We employ Greeters to serve as the first point of contact for students. Greeters will welcome students to the center, check them in/out for tutoring via our SSC software, and direct them to the appropriate tutor. Greeters must be eligible for Federal Work Study through the WVU Financial Aid Office.


For more information, contact  Barbara.Mullinix@mail.wvu.edu

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Peer Transition Leader

Peer Transition Leaders focus on increasing academic and community support for fellow students by providing study support, serving as a resource hub, and promoting diverse opportunities that will increase persistence and reduce time to graduation.  As a peer-transition leader you will responsible for planning events, while also maintaining time to mentor other students. The appointment begins at August 15, 2019- May 15, 2020. Students who complete a minimum of 300 hours of community service at the end of the academic year are eligible to earn a $1,200 academic grant. 

Applications due August 9, 2019. 

 Preferred Qualifications:

·         Must have a minimum GPA of 2.75.

·         Open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.

For more information, contact  Regan.Bruni@mail.wvu.edu

Peer Transition Leader Application

RiseWVU—Peer Transition Leader

RiseWVU is a program that seeks to create opportunities for students of color and other underrepresented groups to build an academic community and persist towards graduation through engagement and mentoring. As a peer-transition leader you will responsible for planning events, while also maintaining time to mentor other students. The appointment begins at August 15, 2019- May 15, 2020. Students who complete a minimum of 300 hours of community service at the end of the academic year are eligible to earn a $1,200 academic grant. 

Applications due April 26th, 2019. 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·         Must have a minimum GPA of 2.75.

·         Open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.

·         Prior experience organizing student events.

For more information, contact  Niara.Campbell@mail.wvu.edu

Peer Transition Leader Application

Student Success - Graduate Assistant

The Office of Students Success serves current WVU students by providing academic support programs aimed at teaching the necessary skills needed for collegiate success. Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) serve in a variety of roles within this mission. GTAs teach WVUe 191 (First-Year Seminar), provide 1-on-1 success coaching, and facilitate success seminars. Student Success Graduate Assistants should be dedicated to educating undergraduate students about skills needed for success by utilizing positive and encouraging coaching strategies related to time management, study and note taking skills, test prep, etc.  GA positions for the Fall semesters will be posted in the preceding Spring semesters.

Fall 2020 position posting Success Coach GA Announcement 2020-21

Priority consideration will be given to completed applications received by Monday, April 6th, 2020.  Position will remain open until all positions are filled.