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Work Study Opportunities

Review the Student Work Opportunities List Below

Once a position is selected, complete the job application online.

The application will be used to determine eligibility for work study. Employment applications for all eligible students will be forwarded to the department supervisor and it is up to the supervisor to contact the student regarding an interview. Once hired, the student will be emailed a new student hire packet, or will be asked to stop by the financial aid office to fill out the paperwork. Once the paperwork is complete and returned to Bridget Partain in the Financial Aid Office, the student will receive a work agreement. The work agreement must be signed by the student and the supervisor. Pay close attention to the dollar amounts and number of work hours allowed to work on the work agreement. If the student exceeds the work study amount stated on the work agreement they will not be paid.

An online timecard will be issued to students for clocking work hours. The student MUST clock in and clock out before and after each shift, and the supervisor MUST approve the time logged. The timecard will be approved at the end of each month. This will allow the timecard to be processed so the student can receive payment. If the timecard is not approved by supervisor and the student, the student will not get paid.

As a part of student work, students will earn money while gaining valuable work experience during their college education. Student Workers help the college in many departments with various needs. Earnings are not applied directly to a student’s account. Students are able to make payments on their account from their earnings by visiting the Finance Division office.

Audiovisual
Supervisor: Sadie Bradley

Job Description:

  • A student worker will run the slideshow program (ProPresenter – which will feature the words to the hymns) at Fleet Fellowship every Tuesday during the semester
  • He or she must be able to arrive to the venue at least 30 minutes early and set up his or her work station to prepare for the start of Fleet Fellowship
  • He or she must be available to assist with any technical issues that may arise
  • He or she will be able to collect a chapel attendance credit while working

Qualifications:

  • Must have a computer and be capable of downloading the free program ProPresenter
  • Must be able to spend 30-45 minutes BEFORE Tuesday’s Fleet Fellowship preparing the words for the hymns on ProPresenter – this is a necessity, and must be completed before Tuesday each week (you will be able to clock in during this time)
  • Must be able to know how to download the finished ProPresenter file to a USB drive (provided) and bring that USB drive to be used at Fleet Fellowship
  • (Training videos will be provided)
Admissions
Supervisor: Elizabeth Sims

Job Description:

Student workers will:

  • Be the face of Erskine College to prospective students and their families.
  • Write encouraging letters to prospective students.
  • Greet daily visitors and give campus tours.
  • Create social media content.
  • Help with virtual and on-campus events (some evenings and weekends).
  • Make copies.
  • Answer the phone and take messages for the Admissions Office.
  • Help keep the office organized and neat.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Enthusiasm for contributing to the betterment of Erskine College.
  • Excellent eye for detail.
  • Ability to work with others and to promote a positive attitude in any environment.
Advancement & Alumni Division
Supervisor: Jeanne Bell

Location: Belk Hall

Job Description:

  • Data entry, filing, donor thank you calls, assist with alumni events (Alumni Day, Homecoming, Day of Giving), assist staff with projects, and other duties as needed. (30% of this job is data entry in the office, 70% of the job is assisting with calls, alumni events, and projects).

Qualifications:

  • The student must be self-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented. Student must have basic computer skills and be willing to learn software in order to complete data entry part of the job. Student needs to be a good communicator with people and on the phone. (Training is provided for all job duties.)
America Reads America Counts
Supervisor: Bridget Partain

Location: Belk Hall-Cherokee Trail Elementary School

Job Description:

  • Students are placed in a local elementary or high school to work one-on-one with kindergarteners through ninth graders who are having difficulty with reading or math. This position is funded through the Federal College Work Study Program, a student must show eligibility to participate.

Qualifications:

  • Communicate well with children, be a good listener and patient.
  • Must have own transportation and dress appropriately. No hats, no torn jeans, no facial piercings, no large oversized earrings, if you have tattoos they must be covered. Sign in and out on ARAC log. Background checks are completed at the location you will be working.
Athletics
Supervisor: Johnathan Kitts

Job Description:

  • Student workers will help with the set up of the athletic training room each day.  This will include getting waters out to practice, completing the laundry for the day, and organizing the athletic training room.  After setup has bene completed, the student workers may assist with student-athlete rehab programs, or other treatments that are occurring in the athletic training room.

Additional Information:

  • The student worker will have access to sensitive medical information and must always maintain HIPPA regulations.

Expected Hours:

  • Up to 15 hours per week.
Supervisor: Jason Allen

Job Description:

Job will include weekly cleaning of the three Erskine vans inside and out. Vans will be vacuumed daily and washed on the outside weekly. All supplies and necessary tools will be supplied by Erskine.

Supervisor: Will Kaufman

Job Description:

  • Print items/make copies
  • Help with PowerPoints and software
  • General paperwork
  • Schedule meetings
Supervisor: Will Kaufman

Job Description:

  • Drag the field daily
  • Water the field daily around lunch
  • Drag warning track
  • Get tarps off the field around lunch
Supervisor: Will Kaufman

Job Description:

  • Wash loops every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday
  • Dry loops
  • Hang loops in correct locker
  • Wash jerseys post game
  • Wash game pants post game
  • Clean locker room
Supervisor: Will Kaufman

Position: Rapsodo Worker (1 pitching, 1 hitting)

Job Description:

  • Must be available 1-4pm daily
  • Operate Rapsodo software via iPad during Varsity practice
  • Gather and print reports
  • Work with players on helping them access reports
Supervisor: Michael Morrison

Job Description: 

Student workers will be responsible for: 

  • Setting up the clock and other equipment prior to workouts, practice, and/or games.  
  • Keeping the gymnasium clean and the floor swept prior to practice and/or games. 
  • Assisting with practice and Varsity II games by keeping track of time, keeping score, and tracking statistics. May officiate practice scrimmages and Varsity II games. 
  • Keeping the locker room clean, as well as washing, drying, and folding practice gear, towels, and game uniforms. 
  • Assisting the coaches with preparing uniforms and equipment for home games, packing equipment, packing the players’ bags, and loading bags onto the van or bus for away games. 
  • Any other duties as required. 

Supervisor: Tyler Wanner

Job Description:

  • Attend practices and games as available.
  • Assist with team and individual practices by entering free balls, shagging, keeping score, statting drills, etc.
  • Communicate with the team as necessary and as requested by the coach.

Requirements:

  • Some afternoon/early evening availability
  • Ability to work with Excel
  • Strong communication skills
  • No volleyball experience necessary
Supervisor: Dez Hopkins

Location: Football Field House

Job Description:

  • Assist coaches with any and all duties in the locker room, field setup, equipment maintenance, and daily distribution of uniforms
  • Assist coaches with practice set up and breakdown
  • Assist coaches during practice with drills
  • Process laundry
  • Potential travel with team

Qualifications:

  • Learn how to fit and maintain equipment
  • Must be able to be taught how to properly maintain an accurate inventory and setup locker rooms for home games
  • Preferred junior or senior
Supervisor: Dez Hopkins

Job Description:

  • Assist the full time assistant coach in charge of film
  • Maintain and operate any and all video equipment used for games and practices
  • Potential travel with team for practices, scrimmages, and games

Qualifications:

  • Experience is not necessary
  • Must be able to film from an elevated position
  • Willingness to learn
Supervisor: Kelly McAlhaney

Location: Barn – off campus

Job Description:

  • Report directly to Coach McAlhaney daily
  • Feed, water, and take horses out for exercise
  • Clean and bed stalls
  • Responsible for organizing barn supplies and equipment
  • Assist Coach in any other needs to keep up the barn

Qualifications:

  • The student must be active (no sitting on the job)
  • Must be available for morning feeding times
  • Must have extensive experience with horses
  • Must be able to lift 25 to 50 pounds
Supervisor: Kelly McAlhaney

Location: Barn – off campus

Job Description:

  • Report directly to Coach McAlhaney daily
  • Feed, water, and take horses out for exercise
  • Clean and bed stalls
  • Responsible for organizing barn supplies and equipment
  • Assist Coach in any other needs to keep up the barn

Qualifications:

  • The student must be active (no sitting on the job)
  • Must be available for afternoon feeding times
  • Must have extensive experience with horses
  • Must be able to lift 25 to 50 pounds
Supervisor: John Chisholm

Job Description

  • Help with team laundry
  • Help with basic field maintenance
  • Any additional duties as set by the Men’s Soccer Head Coach
  • 5 – 10 hours per week
Supervisor: Robin Smith

Job Description:

  • Manage the laundry
  • Help clean and organize the locker room
  • Make copies
  • Schedule meetings
  • Assist with projects and other duties
  • Assist with recruits
  • Write encouraging notes to players
  • Assist with practice set-up
  • Help clean and maintain field and equipment
  • Assist with game film

Qualifications:

  • Organized
  • Responsible
  • Good time management skills
  • Good understanding of the game
  • Good communication skills
Supervisor: Drew Wallace

Location: Galloway

Job Description:

  • Student workers will assist the Sports Information Staff with various duties and activities related to home Erskine Athletics events, which will include set-up, break down, operation of home athletic events, and assisting Sports Information Staff in game management duties while an event is taking place.

Qualifications:

  • The student should present good communication skills, the ability to work through distractions, and a comprehensive detail-oriented mindset. General knowledge of sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, and lacrosse is desirable, but not required.
  • This position requires punctuality as well as the ability to attend home athletic events during the evenings and weekends.
Supervisor: Dylan Anderson

Location: Galloway

Job Description:

  • Track attendance and participation for mandatory study hall
  • Assist the Head Coach with maintenance of the Cross Country course
  • Organize and develop material for team social media accounts
Supervisor: Justin Brubaker

Job Description:

  • This individual will be responsible for doing the laundry for the Men’s Volleyball Team.
  • Laundry will need to be done 3-4 times a week.
  • Put the laundry in the washer and dryer.
  • Fold/hang up the jerseys or practice gear and put it in the players’ lockers.
Supervisor: Justin Brubaker

Job Description:

This individual will:

  • Attend Men’s Volleyball practices.
  • Help keep stats/score.
  • Help throw in volleyballs during drills.
  • Keep stats and give information to the coach during matches.
Supervisor: Kelly Burdeau

Job Description:

  • Attend Volleyball practices.
  • Help keep stats/score.
  • Help throw in volleyballs during drills.
  • Keep stats and give information to the coach during matches.
  • Assist with Laundry Other Duties to help Coach

*Doesn’t have to know volleyball to begin.

Supervisor: Carly Egan

Location: Galloway

Position: Supervisors

Job Description & Requirements:

  • Work all shifts as scheduled
  • Take temperature of everyone entering weight room and cardio area
  • Ensure everyone signs in and out at desk
  • Limit number of people to no more than 15 individuals (except team reservations); machine use must be every other machine
  • Oversee facility to ensure safety of participants and security of equipment
  • Enforce rules and regulations as posted in Galloway
  • Clean and wipe down all equipment on a regular basis as scheduled and with documentation
  • Hold all users accountable for wipe down after each use
  • Report any incidents and or equipment malfunctions
  • Restock materials
  • Check inventory
  • Ensure all weights are racked and put away in proper order
  • Check all IDs of personnel
  • Enforce all policies that effect the weight room setting
  • Ensure participants are not using foul language or any music that contains offensive language
  • Other duties as assigned
Bowie Arts Center
Supervisor: Kayli Hibbard

Location: Bowie Arts Center

Job Description:

  • Data entry, Inventory management
  • Assist with BAC events
  • Greeter/Receptionist duties
  • give tours of select exhibits (training is provided)
  • Photography of inventory
  • Social media management of BAC platforms

Qualifications:

  • The student must be reliable, self-motivated, organized, and detail oriented. Student must have basic computer skills and be willing to learn inventory software. Student needs to be a good communicator with people who visit BAC. Training will be provided for all job duties.
Biology
Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: Student will set up Anatomy labs each week as directed by professor, assist in lab when available, and clean up at the conclusion of each lab. Applicants should have previously taken BG210/211.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: Student will assist in recruiting volunteers to care for the animals, prepare and maintain the animals’ feeding and cleaning schedules, and supervise the room to make sure it is a healthy environment for the animals.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: Student will set up BG 110/111 labs each week as directed by professor, assist in lab when available, and clean up at the conclusion of each lab. Applicants should have previously taken BG 110/111.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: The student will maintain the Erskine Garden.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: Student will prepare materials for lab as directed by the professor, assist in lab as available/directed, and clean up at the conclusion of laboratory sessions. Applicants should have previously taken BG 202.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: The student will maintain the greenhouse.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: The student will work in the herbarium.

Supervisors: Al Mina, Jan Haldeman, Naoma Nelson, and Matthew Campbell

Job Description: Student will clean glassware, prepare materials for lab as directed by the professor, and clean lab at the conclusion of laboratory sessions. Applicants should have previously taken BG 201.

Chemistry
Supervisor: Tiffany Hayden

Position: Chemistry Lab Assistant

Job Description:

Duties of a lab assistant include assisting in a laboratory setting (lab class) and answering questions concerning the experiment being performed. They are responsible for grading lab worksheets and preparing chemicals used in the laboratory and supervising their use and disposal. Assistants will also assist students in the use of equipment such as computers, electronic balances, and may include more technically advanced equipment such as IR, UV-Vis, HPLC, NMR, etc.

The lab assistant is responsible for maintaining a clean and safe working environment for the students. This entails ensuring students adhere to the safety rules and guidelines established by the department. Assistants will ensure the lab is kept neat and orderly by directing students to clean up their assigned equipment, balances, benches, and laboratory following each laboratory period.

Lab assistants may be assigned to stockroom duties as well. These work assignments often include cleaning the stockroom and glassware, assisting in maintaining an accurate inventory of chemicals, MSDS sheets, and equipment. Students are assigned other duties including cleaning of individual laboratories and ensuring electronic balances and pH meters are properly maintained and calibrated. They will also assist the supervisor in the proper disposal of hazardous waste and maintaining safety showers/eye washes and hoods.

The lab assistant will need to work up to 5 hours each week per lab class.  Three of the hours are during the scheduled lab class time and two hours outside of the schedule lab for preparation, clean up, waste disposal, inventory, and general instrument maintenance and safety.

Qualifications: 

  • Must have taken a chemistry/biology lab course at Erskine College or previous experience in a lab setting
  • Must complete the Lab Safety Module sponsored by ACS before start date
  • Good organizational skills, time management, and attention to detail
  • Good communication skills
Economics and Business Department
Supervisor: Tracy McCurry

Job Description:

  • Oversee computer lab and assist students with basic Microsoft Office functions
  • Assist faculty members with various projects
  • Update business and sport management bulletin board in Reid Hall
Finance Division
Supervisor: Demarco Ryan

Job Description:

Student workers will:

  • File, answer the phone, complete data entry, and distribute materials.
  • Morning: Pickup mail from post office and distribute to faculty/staff mailboxes. Run outgoing mail through the postage machine. Distribute packages (i.e. Fed-Ex morning deliveries). Write up UPS packages to be sent out.
  • Afternoon: Process outgoing mail. Sign for and distribute UPS packages (afternoon delivery) and Fed-Ex (afternoon delivery). Write up UPS packages to be sent out. Process library mail to be sent out.
  • As needed: Fill copiers with paper, keep shelf filled with reams of paper, empty shredder, and send faxes (these are checked on each shift). Maintain postage machine (ink, sealer, postage, etc.). Copy, file, and run errands to other departments for the Business Office. Stuff letters for delivery to students, and/or outgoing mail.

Qualifications:

  • The student must dress appropriately for an office setting. The student should be personable, reliable, work well under pressure, and able to multitask. Computer experience is preferred.
Financial Aid
Supervisor: Bridget Partain

Job Description:

  • The student will file, answer the phone, complete data entry, distribute materials, and retrieve and open mail.

Qualifications:

  • The student must dress appropriately for an office setting. The student should be personable, reliable, work well under pressure, and able to multitask. Computer experience is preferred.
Fleet Shop
Supervisor: Randy Moore

Job Description:

The fleet shop will be open Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm. Some of the responsibilities will include:

  • Receiving deliveries
  • Stocking shelves
  • Stocking coolers and freezers
  • Folding and hanging clothing
  • Running the cash register
  • Customer service
  • Sweeping and mopping
  • Disposing of trash and boxes
  • Receiving Books that students order through the mail
  • Help with placing orders
  • Help with inventory
  • Help with day to day paperwork
Information Technology
Supervisor: Stephanie Hudson

Job Description:

  • Restock printers, help answer phones, assist on technical adventures on campus (carrying ladders, bags/equipment, climbing above/below buildings), help with general IT helpdesk inquiries.

Qualifications:

  • Strong work ethic, capable of carrying 50lbs, general computer troubleshooting is preferred (A+ certifications would be excellent {not required}).
Library
Supervisor: Bob Santee

Job Description:

  • Student workers will check-in and check-out library materials, re-shelve books, provide general assistance to library patrons, and assist the library staff with general office tasks. Student workers will also attend to the circulation desk during the day and evening, as well as lock up the library at night. Some weekend work may be required.
Mailroom
The mailroom assistant typically needs to be able to perform the following duties:

  • Sorting mail
  • Delivering mail
  • Shipping outgoing mail and packages
  • Entering data on a computer
  • Lifting heavy packages
  • Tracking supplies
  • Ordering supplies

Mailroom assistants accept incoming mail and then process, sort, and deliver it to the proper recipients. They may also be tasked with sorting interoffice mail and messages, maintaining mailroom supply inventories, and organizing and maintaining the mailroom.

Mailroom assistants will also oversee outgoing mail by preparing it for shipment, as well as logging and distributing overnight packages. Mailroom assistants also operate mailroom equipment, including postage meters, mail sorting machines, scanners, mail sealers, envelope openers, fold-and-insert machines, and labeling machines.

Marketing & Communications
Supervisor: Brianne Holmes

Job Description:

  • Help the staff prepare written material for social media outlets, Erskine’s news site, or other avenues of communication. Cover events on campus, sometimes during evenings or on weekends. Provide other assistance in the communications office as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Skill in writing and commitment to the Erskine philosophy; willingness to be open about the college life with both humor and good judgement; creativity. Experience with journalism or nonfiction writing is helpful. Some flexibility to cover events on weekends or during the evenings is required.
Supervisor: Brianne Holmes

Job Description:

  • Primary duties will involve photography of events as needed. Provide other assistance in the communications office as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Evening and weekend work required. Dependability and willingness to work essential; journalism, photography, and web experience helpful.
Music
Supervisor: Sharalynn Hicks

Job Description:

Student workers will be responsible for maintaining an organized and efficient departmental office. Duties will include:

  • Taking care of ongoing projects
  • Running errands for professors, including distributing posters and preparing/folding programs
  • Maintaining and updating choral, instrumental, and general music libraries, including processing new acquisitions
  • Recording attendance at music events for majors and minors
  • Assist in maintaining building appearance and functionality
  • Manage ticket and CD sales at concerts (including Art Service Events)
  • Manage receptions at major recitals
Supervisor: Sharalynn Hicks

Job Description:

Student workers will:

  • Audio record (and possibly video record) and edit all department events for archival and educational use
  • Assist in maintaining the recording studio
  • Record larger projects
  • Post social media announcements/updates for events
Supervisor: Sharalynn Hicks

Job Description:

Student workers will:

  • Keep all departmental pianos watered (multiple times a week)
  • Work as a stage assistant for rehearsals, recitals, and concerts (including set-up in preparation for each event and the return of equipment after each event)
Police Department
Supervisor: Jennifer Cooley

Job Description:

  • The student will help and assist in the Police Department as needed. Will help with victim’s advocate.
Print Shop
Supervisor: Kerri Boyd

Job Description:

  • Studio maintenance, to include cleaning and organizing, to ensure smooth operation of the art studios. Supervision of open studio hours. Knowledge of ceramics helpful.
Psychology
Supervisor: Dr. Briana Van Scoy

Job Description:

The student will work on a variety of tasks including but not limited to:

  • Maintaining the psych lab (e.g., cleaning, organizing, decorating, etc.)
  • Maintaining the psych bulletin board (e.g., removing old material, designing new material)
  • Assisting Psychology/Sociology faculty members with projects and errands (e.g., making copies, prepping class materials, creating and updating spreadsheets, filing)

While some tasks must be completed during the day (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.), many tasks can be completed in the evenings or on weekends.

Qualifications:

  • Enthusiastic about psychology
  • Conscientious and agreeable
  • Detail oriented
  • Creative
  • Proficient in the use of Word/Excel/PowerPoint (PC) and/or Keynote/Numbers/Pages (MAC)
Registrar
Supervisor: Susan Nance

Job Description:

  • The student will file, answer the phone, complete data entry, and distribute materials.

Qualifications:

  • The student must dress appropriately for an office setting. The student should be personable, reliable, work well under pressure, and able to multitask. Computer experience is preferred.
Student Development
Supervisor: Wendi Santee

Job Description:

Student workers will:

  • Set up/Take down chairs in the Upper Gym prior to Fleet Fellowship.
  • Assist Facilities with removal of any other set-up items such as tarps or tables – as time allows in the shift.

Hours:

  • 9am-11am set-up
  • 12pm-1pm tear-down
  • Either or both shifts. Please indicate which shift or both.

Report to Upper Gym at shift.

Qualifications:

  • Must be available during the shift time(s) chosen.
  • Firm commitment of time management in starting shift of set-up.
  • Enthusiasm for contributing to the betterment of Erskine College.
  • Excellent eye for detail and order.
  • Ability to work with others and to promote a positive attitude in any environment.
Supervisor: Turunda Bolden

Job Description:

  • Welcome students, staff, and other personnel with a friendly, positive attitude.
  • Filing and/or bookkeeping.
  • Answer telephones and forward them to the correct extension.
  • Take messages.
  • Assist with office projects.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Dress appropriately when working in the office. Maintain confidentiality.
Spiritual Life
Supervisor: Josh Chiles

Duties:

  • Answer phones
  • Schedule appointments and maintain calendars
  • Schedule and coordinate campus ministry meetings
  • Prepare communications (memos, emails, invoices, reports)
  • Create and maintain filing systems (electronic)

Qualifications:

  • Great decision maker
  • Good communicator and collaborator
  • Good organizational, writing, and typing skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Good organization, time management, and prioritization
  • Effective communication skills
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Supervisor: Jeanne Bell

Job Description:

  • Be willing to work 2-4 hours per week. Some of this time will be in the evening at various times throughout the semester, but most will be between the hours of 8am-5pm
  • Promote SI within the student body by designing and posting flyers
  • Be available during office hours for SI leaders so they can access the copier, computer, and SI forms as needed to prepare for their study sessions
  • Maintain the SI website by updating the SI study session schedules and leaders each semester
  • Assist in gathering data from the SI leaders
  • Assist in completing monthly and bi-annual forms and reports
  • Assist with SI leader training workshops at the beginning of each semester
  • Assist with the planning of periodic group meetings of all campus SI leaders
  • Other duties as assigned by the SI supervisor.
Supervisor: Jeanne Bell

Job Description:

  • Students elected to work SI must attend selected courses, take notes, and hold the required two one-hour review sessions per week; have an overall 3.0 GPA; and other criteria as set by the SI Director. SI Leader training is mandatory. Regular scheduled semesters meetings may be required.
Write Here Center (WHC)
Supervisor: Shane Bradley

Job Description:

  • Write Here Center Student Readers will work with students from all departments to help students communicate their own ideas and integrate the ideas of others through written communication more effectively. Specific duties include the following:
  • Proofreading, editing, and revision of one or more drafts for
    • Organization
    • Development
    • Voice
    • Mechanics
  • Using QEP Common Writing Assessment Rubric to assess the following Student Learning Outcomes and to improve student writing:
    • Rhetorical Knowledge
    • Critical response
    • Writing as a Process
    • Knowledge of Conventions
    • Composing in Electronic Environments
  • Using the EN 101 and EN 102 rubrics to assess the Student Learning Outcomes and improve student writing
  • Using rubrics from various departments to assess and improve student writing

Qualifications

  • Demonstrate the ability to meet the job description
  • Have an overall 3.0 GPA and an A in English 102
  • Be at least a sophomore
  • Must be recommended by a faculty member based on the student’s ability with respect to writing, critical thought, and proofreading with respect to mechanics.

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