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Current Opportunities in Student Success Programs

Listed below are the current student employment opportunities available in Student Success Programs. For professional positions, please visit the NDSU Human Resources website.

Graduate Students

Learning Services Graduate Assistant

Department: Student Success Programs (https://www.ndsu.edu/studentsuccess/)
Dates of employment: August 16, 2019 – May 15, 2020 (9-month position; Opportunities to start earlier may be considered)
Stipend:  $12,000 per academic year and a full tuition waiver
Supervision:  Betsy Carter, Assistant Director for Learning Services
Hours:  20 hours per week.  This may include some evening hours and weekends during the academic year.

Job Description

· Assist with the Rising Scholars program - 70%
Duties may include: Facilitating academic check-in meetings with students needing support with adjustment to college and developing study skills; helping with the ongoing design, implementation, and assessment of the Rising Scholars program; assisting with the supervision, selection, and training of the Rising Scholars Peer Mentors. 

· Assist with ACE Tutoring – 20%
Duties may include: Monitor attendance and participation in the small group tutoring program; present to students regarding ACE Tutoring services and benefits; assist in tutor hiring, training, and evaluations.

· Other duties as assigned – 10%
Duties may include: Meet with the Assistant Director for Learning Services at least once per week for individual supervision; cover ACE front desk as needed; represent ACE and/or Rising Scholars on campus-wide committees; serve as an active member of the Student Success Programs office; promote services provided by the office during recruitment events; collaborate with other campus departments in support of all student success programs; other duties as assigned.

· Customer Service
Provide model customer service at all times to students, staff, faculty, and NDSU guests.

· Work Safely
Follow safety rules; help identify unsafe working conditions; stop co-workers who are working in an unsafe manner

Minimum Qualifications
· Admitted or current graduate student at NDSU
· Demonstrated leadership ability
· Demonstrated strong organizational and time management skills
· Demonstrated communication skills (written and verbal)
· Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint) 

Preferred Qualifications
· Experience with academic support programs

 Application Process:
Submit a cover letter stating why you are interested in this position, resume, and contact information for three professional references to Betsy Carter at betsy.carter@ndsu.edu by April 24, 2019 (position open until filled).

Undergraduate Students

ACE Tutors

Tutors at ACE tutor groups of students and may tutor multiple subjects.  Tutors must earn an A or B in any class they tutor, must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0, and must have recommendations from two faculty members who are familiar with their academic work.  In addition to being excellent students, tutors must have superb interpersonal and communication skills, be goal-oriented, and must be reliable. 

More information can be found here. To apply, please submit the online application. Note: The application for ACE tutors is the same application used for SSS tutors. If you wish to apply for both positions, you only need to submit one application.

TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) Tutors

Student Support Services, a program through the TRIO programs, provides academic support to first-generation, income eligible and students with disabilities.  Tutors employed by TRIO Student Support Services work 1-on-1 and by appointment with tutees.  Our goal is to provide each SSS participant with individualized tutoring that includes assistance with course content, academic success skills while building self-confidence, academic ability, and personal responsibility.

SSS tutors are not only knowledgeable in their specific academic areas, but also highly proficient in the communications skills necessary for truly valuable assistance.  While we do require that our tutors have a 3.0 cumulative GPA or above, we are seeking a combination of knowledge, compassion, and a commitment to serve.

More information, including the position description, can be found here. To apply, please submit the online application. Note: The application for SSS tutors is the same application used for ACE tutors. If you wish to apply for both positions, you only need to submit one application. 

TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) Peer Mentor

The SSS Peer Mentor Program is an integral and dynamic part of each student’s network of support.  Peer Mentors provide program participants regular one-on-one support, assist students with important transitions to the college environment, and encourage personal and academic success.

Peer Mentors represent the student viewpoint and work in collaboration with assigned SSS Advisors to promote successful outcomes.  Peer Mentors participate in: on-going training, regular staff meetings, and evaluations following CRLA Level 1 for at least one academic year.  They prioritize the mentee experience as well as maintain their own academic priorities.  Experience and understanding of people from cultures other than their own is expected. 

 Position Description

Application: Word document or PDF

Applications can be submitted via email to the TRiO Office located in Ceres 337.

 


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