SCAA Now Hiring Receptionists for the 2019 Spring Semester

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Submit your completed application and additional documents to the SCAA Office Manager, Mercedita Santiago (mercedita.santiago@csueastbay.edu). You will be contacted if selected for an interview.

Receptionist Responsibilities:

  • Participate in an intensive orientation and attend staff meetings throughout the semester
  • Commit to between 5 and 8 hours per week
  • Greet students and other campus staff entering the SCAA and schedule enrolled students using TutorTrac.
  • Receive and respond to incoming calls, take clear and accurate messages, and call students regarding scheduling appointments whenever necessary.
  • Maintain front desk documentation and records
  • Maintain continuity in work flow by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs
  • Assist with other duties, including flyer posting, mailing, photocopying, and errands
  • Use talents to assist in SCAA’s development and operations in areas such as publicity

Requirements:

  • Must possess Federal Work Study (FWS) grant from the Federal government
  • Good communication skills
  • Customer service experience/personality
  • Must be detail oriented
  • An ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in individual or group settings
  • A completed application (attached)

Pay Rates and Other Perks:

  • Receptionists are paid $11.00 an hour
  • Receptionists are paid for all activities outlined in the “Receptionist Responsibilities” section.
  • Receptionists become a part of the SCAA Learning Community, a group of passionate and fun peers, and are invited to several SCAA social activities.

SCAA Now Hiring Writing Tutors for the 2019 Spring Semester

 

Submit your completed application and additional documents to June Barber (june.barber@csueastbay.edu) by December 14th, 2018.  You will be contacted if selected for an interview.

Do you often get asked to review papers by your classmates? Interested in learning about how to help others with their writing? Interested in pursuing teaching in the future or developing teaching and communication skills? Consider applying to be a SCAA Writing Tutor – a versatile position that allows you to tutor your peers.

Writing Tutor Responsibilities:

SCAA Writing Tutors will commit a minimum of 10 total hours per week tutoring at the SCAA by committing to one or more of the following programs:

Peer Tutoring
Peer Tutors provide one-on-one tutoring at the SCAA, located on the Upper Mall of the Library.  Please contact Sara Schupack (sara.schupack@csueastbay.edu) for more information

  • Tutor students individually in drop-in, one-time, or standing appointments.
  • Fully participate in Orientation, training, and meetings.
  • Develop resources (videos, handouts, workshops, etc.)  according to CSUEB
    student needs
  • Use talents to assist in SCAA’s development and operations in areas such as outreach, training, our eTutoring program, etc.

Writing Associates

Writing Associates (undergraduate seniors and graduate students only) are embedded within one course for per semester to assist faculty and support student writing. Please contact Sara Schupack (sara.schupack@csueastbay.edu) for more information.

  • Meet with faculty member regularly and attend the class throughout the semester.
  • With the instructor, establish your role in the course for the semester, which can include giving written feedback, presenting an in-class workshop, or developing learning materials for students, depending on students’ needs throughout the semester.
  • Schedule and provide individual and/or group consultations with students in addressing global and local concerns of a writing assignment.
  • Serve as a Peer Tutor for writing at the SCAA by tutoring students individually in drop-in, one-time, or standing appointments.
  • Fully participate in Orientation, training, and meetings, including online components such as weekly Discussion Board posts.

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled as a sophomore, junior, senior or grad student at CSUEB for the 17-18 academic year
  • Must have availability for consistent working hours and regular meetings for a maximum of 20 hours a week
  • A cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0
  • A developing knowledge of tutoring approaches and an awareness of content resource materials
  • An ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in individual or group settings
  • A completed application (attached) with a brief recommendation by a professor (form provided in application) and an academic writing sample

Pay Rates and Other Perks:

  • Tutors are paid $13.50 an hour, with the opportunity for raises with each academic year you are a writing tutor
  • Tutors are paid for all activities outlined in the “Writing Tutor Responsibilities” section
  • Tutors who complete all their training requirements will receive a College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Internationally Certified Level One Tutor credential
  • Tutors become a part of the SCAA Learning Community, a group of passionate and fun peers, and are invited to several SCAA social activities.  Tutors also develop professional skills transferable to future careers, including communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills.

SCAA Now Hiring SI Leaders for 2019 Semester

 

We are looking for Biology, Health Sciences, and Psychology SI Leaders. For additional subjects or specific class information please contact Waffaa Hanna using the email below.

Submit your completed application and additional documents to (waffaa.hanna@csueastbay.edu) by November 2nd, 2018. You will be contacted if selected for an interview.

SI Leader Responsibilities:

  • Participate in an intensive SCAA orientation and SI training at the beginning of the Semester
  • Attend weekly SI leader meetings and participate in ongoing training activities throughout
    the year
  • Commit to approximately 10 hours per week by attending all course lectures, creating and
    submitting a lesson plan for an SI session consisting of collaborative and interactive learning activities, conducting at least (1) one hour SI session during the week, and meeting with the professor of the course to help incorporate student strategies to enhance conceptual understanding in SI sessions.
  • Use talents to assist in the SI program’s and SCAA’s development

Requirements:

  • A faculty recommendation from the class for which you would like to be an SI Leader
  • Completion of the class for which you are applying with at least a B+
  • A cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0, subject matter tutored of at least a 3.3
  • Sophomore, junior, or senior class standing
  • A developing knowledge of tutoring approaches and an awareness of content resource materials
  • An ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in individual or group settings

Pay Rates and Other Perks:

  • SI Leaders are paid $13.50 an hour.
  • SI Leaders are paid for all activities outlined in the “SI Leader Responsibilities” section.
  • SI Leaders who complete all their training requirements will receive a College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Internationally Certified Level One Tutor credential
  • SI Leaders become a part of the SCAA Learning Community, a group of passionate and fun peers, and are invited to several SCAA social activities.

SCAA Now Hiring Math and Stats Tutors for the Spring 2019 Semester

Submit your completed application and additional documents to Ariel Li (qing.li@csueastbay.edu) by November 2, 2018. You will be contacted if selected for an interview.

Math & Statistics Tutor Responsibilities:

  • Commit to 10 tutoring hours of availability per week by working with our students in courses from remedial math/algebra to calculus and/or introductory statistics.  Although the minimum qualification is a strong background in math up to calculus, we prioritize hiring tutors that can work with students in more advance math/statistics courses.
  • Participate in an intensive orientation at the beginning of the Spring Semester and attend monthly staff meetings and ongoing bi-weekly training activities throughout the year.
  • Develop resources (videos, handouts, workshops, etc.) according to CSUEB student needs
  • Use talents to assist in SCAA’s development and operations in areas such as outreach, training, observations, etc.

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled as a sophomore, junior, senior or grad student at CSUEB for the 18-19 academic year
  • Must have availability for consistent working hours and regular meetings for a maximum of 20 hours a week
  • A cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0
  • A developing knowledge of tutoring approaches and an awareness of content resource materials
  • An ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in individual or group settings
  • A completed application (attached) with a brief recommendation by a professor (form provided in application).

Pay Rates and Other Perks:

  • Tutors are paid $13.50 an hour, with the opportunity for raises with each academic year you are a math/stats tutor
  • Tutors are paid for all activities outlined in the “Math Tutor Responsibilities” section
  • Tutors who complete all their training requirements will receive a College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Internationally Certified Level One Tutor credential
  • Tutors become a part of the SCAA Learning Community, a group of passionate and fun peers, and are invited to several SCAA social activities. Tutors also develop professional skills transferrable to future careers, including communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills.

SCAA Now Hiring Science Tutors for the Spring 2019 Semester

Submit your completed application and additional documents to Jen Nguyen (jennifer.nguyen@csueastbay.edu) by November 2, 2018. You will be contacted if selected for an interview.

Science Tutor Responsibilities:

  • Commit to 10 tutoring hours per week for the entire Spring 2019 semester in one of the following subjects: biology, physics, or chemistry. Since students may come to you in a variety of courses, we expect our tutors to be familiar with the following courses:
    • For Biology Tutors: Intro Biology, General Biology (Animal Biology, Plant Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology). Ideal candidates would also be able to tutor Anatomy and Physiology and Microbiology.
    • For Chemistry Tutors: Intro Chemistry, General Chemistry. Ideal candidates would also be able to tutor Quantitative Analysis and Organic Chemistry.
    • For Physics Tutors: Elementary Physics, Intro Physics, General Physics.
    • For Computer Science Tutors: Intro Computer Science, Programming Language Concepts, Computer Organisation and Assembly Language, OOPS, Computer Architecture and Operating Systems.
  • Commit to a schedule that takes place during SCAA’s drop-in science tutoring hours – 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Monday through Thursday
  • Participate in an intensive orientation at the beginning of the Spring Semester and attend bi-weekly staff meetings and ongoing training activities throughout the year
  • Conduct in-class outreach presentations to inform students about our services
  • Develop resources (videos, handouts, workshops, etc.) according to CSUEB student needs
  • Use talents to assist in SCAA’s development and operations in areas such as outreach, training, our eTutoring program, etc.

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled as a sophomore, junior, senior or grad student at CSUEB for the 18-18 academic year
  • Must have availability for consistent working hours and regular meetings for a maximum of 20 hours a week
  • A cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0
  • A developing knowledge of tutoring approaches and an awareness of content resource materials
  • An ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in individual or group settings
  • A completed application (attached) with a brief recommendation by a professor (form provided in application).

Pay Rates and Other Perks:

  • Tutors are paid $13.50 an hour, with the opportunity for raises with each academic year you are a science tutor
  • Tutors are paid for all activities outlined in the “Science Tutor Responsibilities” section
  • Tutors who complete all their training requirements will receive a College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Internationally Certified Level One Tutor credential
  • Tutors become a part of the SCAA Learning Community, a group of passionate and fun peers, and are invited to several SCAA social activities. Tutors also develop professional skills transferrable to future careers, including communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills.