Student Work-Study Jobs
October 18, 2019
Sharpen your professional and research skills, earn extra money and gain valuable experience with these work study job opportunities!
Global Studies and Modern Languages
Modern Languages Tutor
Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Korean, Japanese and Spanish
Language tutors are nominated and trained by language faculty to assist lower-level students with speaking and writing assignments in one-one-one sessions. Language tutors do not correct grammar or vocabulary directly; they identify patterns of mistakes (such as verbs, pronouns, pronunciation, etc.) and go over those grammatical points with the student.
Some knowledge of grammar and how learning a second language works is required (i.e., being a native speaker is not enough). Contact Brenda Dyer, director of modern languages and associate teaching professor of French, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Advertising and Administrative Assistant
The Department of Sociology is in search of a student to assist the department administrator for the fall and winter terms. Duties include creating advertising materials and ad copy for sociology courses and events. Student will also help to prepare for and host events.
Student should be able to carry out additional administrative tasks as assigned, such as typing/document formatting, printing, copying and distributing flyers. Duties will be flexible with student’s class schedule. We are in search of someone reliable and comfortable with self-direction.
- Familiarity with Google Drive and Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint desired.
- Strong communication and writing skills.
- Ability to work efficiently and independently.
- Experience managing social media a plus.
Location: 3201 Arch Street, Suite 240
Interested? Contact Rachel Koresky, department administrator, at email@example.com for more information.