Supplemental Instruction Leader & Tutor Job Description

Please note that the positions below are limited to Undergraduate Students Only.

Requirements for BOTH positions (Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader and Tutor):

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.5
  • Must have earned a minimum of B+ in any supported course
  • 2 semesters of attendance in Wayne State University
  • Committed to supporting courses in the 1000, 2000 level
  • Demonstrate effective learning and study habits
  • Familiar with campus resources
  • Participate in mandatory training prior to the start of the position and continuous professional development meetings
  • Participate in screening interview
  • Initial two full day Training
  • Fall semester: Monday and Tuesday before the first day of classes
  • Winter Semester:  Thursday and Friday before the first day of classes

Additional Requirements for SI Leader:

  • Attend all lecture sessions for the supported course.
  • Hold a minimum of 3- SI sessions per week and 1 office hours.
  • Prepare material and activities for each session.
  • Assist students in forming study groups beyond SI sessions
  • Be flexible and hold extra sessions if necessary.
  • Be a visible presence in the classroom.
  • Publicize SI sessions and outreach to students.
  • Meet with the instructor at least once per week.

Additional Requirements for Tutor:

  • Be available for appointments and/or walk-in hours
  • Communicate with staff about tutoring issues/schedules/outcomes
  • Prepare for tutoring sessions as necessary
  • Promote tutoring sessions when possible (e.g. classroom announcement, flyers, tabling)
  • Engage students in learning for the entire sessions.
  • Integrate study skills in tutoring sessions to foster effective learning

If you are interested in any or both of the positions, please consider submitting an application. 

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Please note that recommendations can be emailed directly to the coordinator,Christine Huang, chuang@wayne.edu

Any questions, please contact the coordinator.

To learn more about the Academic Success Center, please visit our website, (success.wayne.edu).