TLC Student Hiring

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Student Employment Opportunities

Many student positions are opening up in each Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) unit. TLC student roles will provide peer support and assistance to a diverse population of UW Bothell students in their academic pursuits. Our mission is to champion transformative practices and educational risk-taking for an equitable and just world.

Please follow the links below for more position details and contact information.

CURRENTLY HIRING:

Achieving Community Transformation - (ACT)

ACT Service LeadACT Students working in community
Achieving Community Transformation (ACT) leads work as a team to promote and aid in creating a campus climate and culture of service-learning, civic engagement and social justice. ACT leads plan events, programs, and service projects that promote inclusivity. These include, MLK Programming, Alternative Spring Break, Earth Day Events, Equity Workshops, Health Fairs, Voter Registration, etc. In planning these service and civic engagement events, ACT leads collaborate with community organizations in the local and greater Seattle area, in addition to internal departments/organizations at UW Bothell and Cascadia College. We are looking for students who are passionate about social justice and equity. Experience in event planning, facilitation, and organizing is welcome but not required.  ACT is located in UW1 in the Student Success Center in the Office of Community Based Learning and Research. Open to UW Bothell students.|
Contact: Shauniece Drayton, sad23@uw.edu | ACT
APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 5th, 2018

Global Initiatives
Peer Study Abroad Advisor - (Work Study only)
Peer Study Abroad Advisors are an integral part of the Global Initiatives team. They answer questions and make presentations about study abroad programs and scholarships, produce outreach materials, drive social media marketing, and provide support to UWB faculty who lead programs. Students in this position build expertise in the field of international education, gain customer service experience, hone communication abilities, and develop web editing and data analysis skills.
Contact: Natalia Dyba, uwbworld@uw.edu | Study Abroad
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Rolling until May 4, 2018

Quantitative Skills Center (QSC)
Tutor
We’re looking for applicants with at least two courses in—and a solid understanding of— accounting, biology, chemistry, climate science, computer science, economics, electrical engineering, finance, GIS, math, mechanical engineering, organic chemistry, physics, SPSS, or statistics. The QSC assists students in understanding course content from the aforementioned subjects and with any project involving quantitative reasoning across the disciplines.
Contact: Tammy Wright, tswright@uw.edu | QSC

Coordinator/Customer Service Specialist
We are looking for friendly people who are enthusiastic about helping and welcoming others.  Front Desk Coordinators are expected to be positive and upbeat, assist clients and manage the day to day details and procedures in the QSC, as well as other general office duties.
Contact: Tammy Wright, tswright@uw.edu | QSC
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Ongoing

Writing and Communication Center (WaCC)
Peer Consultant
Peer Consultants tutor UW Bothell students through individual conferences, group workshops (within and outside of scheduled courses) and peer writing groups. Our goal is to help students become stronger, more confident writers and communicators.
Peer Consultants are also responsible for completing projects related to educational outreach, marketing and/or teaching. These tasks have included, for example, visiting classes to publicize our services, and assisting with peer review sessions.
Contact: Erik Echols, eechols@uw.edu | WaCC
APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 15 (priority consideration) |August 15 application closes.

Community-Based Learning and Research (CBLR)
Communications Assistant
This position will support communications and marketing for the CBLR office. The student will be trained to update and edit CBLR web pages on the UW Bothell website, as well as the EXPO database which helps track community partners, students, and faculty engaged in community-based learning course work. The student will also deliver orientation presentations about CBLR throughout the summer and year, and assist with tabling and event planning.
Contact: Layla Taylor, laylat@uw.edu | CBLR
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 4, 2018

INFORMATION SESSIONS:

  • Wednesday April 25, 3 - 4 pm | UW1-103
  • Tuesday May 1, 10 - 11 am | UW1-103

If you would like more information about these positions please attend an upcoming information session. All students are welcome to stop by to learn about the each available position, meet the students currently working there and ask any questions about the application process.