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Tutoring & Academic Support accepts applications for undergraduate​ student employees on a rolling basis. We are reviewing applications weekly. Apply now to be considered for next semester!

Hiring Info Sessions

We invite all students interested in applying to attend one of the Hiring Info Sessions below to learn more about our open positions, the application process, and get your questions answered!

Mon, 10/18
11:00 AM
Clough 205

Thur, 10/21
7:00 PM
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Fri, 10/22
3:00 PM
Clough 205

1-to-1 Tutor

Starting Salary: $11.00 per hour

Hours: 7 to 10 hours per week*

1-to-1 Tutors provide individual and small group tutoring sessions to currently enrolled Georgia Tech students. All of our tutors participate in a training and certification program focused on developing practical and transferable skills for their future careers.

In order to support a course, 1-to-1 Tutors must have earned an “A” in the course at Georgia Tech (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).

Responsibilities
  • Check TutorTrac daily to review tutoring schedule and be punctual for all scheduled tutoring sessions
  • Provide a minimum of seven hours of availability per week for tutoring sessions. The more courses that tutors can support, the more likely their availability will get booked by students.
  • Track hours worked and complete timesheets accordingly
  • Complete required Peer Tutor Training course in the first semester of tutoring
  • Attend all trainings and biweekly meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
  • Be eligible to support a minimum of three courses, including currently enrolled courses. Grades will be pulled at the beginning and end of each semester to ensure requirements are met.
  • Be available to tutor at least seven hours per week
  • Have a professional reference (faculty, advisor, supervisor, TA, etc.)
  • Be available to enroll in the training course, CETL 2001: Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring, on Thursdays at 10:55 – 11:45 AM during the first semester of tutoring

*Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester.

PLUS Leader

Starting Salary: $11.00 per hour

Hours: Approximately eight hours per week*

(3hr Attending Lectures) + (2hr Facilitating Sessions) + (2hr Preparation) + (1hr Faculty/Team Meetings)

PLUS Leaders facilitate weekly review sessions for specific courses during which they encourage students to collaborate with their classmates to tackle problems and discuss the concepts covered during lecture. In the sessions, leaders foster discussion to enhance critical thinking, encourage students to use course resources, and demonstrate learning techniques to supplement lectures and assignments.

In order to support a course, PLUS Leaders must have earned an “A” in the course at Georgia Tech (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).

Responsibilities
  • Attend all lectures for the selected course and get their lecture attendance card signed
  • Plan and facilitate two regularly scheduled one-hour study sessions per week
  • Meet regularly with assigned PLUS Faculty Member
  • Send session reminder announcements and submit session plans before each session
  • Track and submit attendance data
  • Accurately track hours worked and complete timesheets accordingly
  • Complete required Peer Tutor Training course in the first semester of tutoring
  • Attend all trainings and biweekly team meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
  • Be eligible to support the selected course. Grades will be pulled at the beginning and end of each semester to ensure requirements are met.
  • Be available to attend all lectures for the selected course and facilitate two one-hour study sessions per week
  • Have a professional reference (faculty, advisor, supervisor, TA, etc)
  • Be available to enroll in the training course, CETL 2001: Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring, on Thursdays at 10:55 – 11:45 AM during the first semester of tutoring
  • *Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester.

    If you have any questions about any of these positions, please contact the Tutoring & Peer Learning Programs Manager, Justin Boone (justin.boone@gatech.edu), or call 404.894.1945.

Learning Assistant

Starting Salary: $11.00 per hour

Hours: Approximately 6 hours per week*

(3hr Attending Class) + (1hr Preparation) + (1hr Office Hours and Grading) + (1hr Weekly Meetings)

Learning Assistants (LAs) are students who are prepared to provide support for student learning in an interactive classroom environment. LAs help facilitate active learning and collaborative instruction in lecture, recitation, studio, and/or lab. For more information, please visit: LA Courses Supported.

In order to support a course, LAs must have earned an “A” in the course at Georgia Tech or have faculty approval (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).

The LA Application is seperate from the rest of the TAS postions. If you are also interested in tutoring, PLUS, etc. please be sure to fill out an application for those positions too. 

Responsibilities
  • Work directly with students, helping make courses more student-centered using interactive techniques with an emphasis on exploratory questions
  • Meet weekly with course instructor to discuss upcoming assignments, activities, labs and common student difficulties
  • Hold office hours and assist with grading as needed from course instructor
  • Take 1-credit pedagogy course on interactive educational techniques (CETL 2001) during their first semester as a LA
  • Be available to attend all components of the course required by the instructor
  • Be available to work 6-8 hours a week.
  • Attend all trainings and LA semester meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
  • Be eligible to support the selected course with an A grade or support from the instructor
  • Be available to meet with the instructor once a week
  • Be available to attend all components of the course required by the instructor
  • Be available to see students for weekly office hours
  • Be available for assisting in grading, as needed
  • Have a professional reference (faculty, advisor, supervisor, TA, etc)
  • Be available to enroll in the training course, CETL 2001: Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring during the first semester of tutoring
  • *Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester. 

Student Assistant

Starting Salary: $9.00 per hour

Hours: 5 to 20 hours per week*

Student Assistants serve as the first point of contact for the office. Their duties entail answering the office phones, providing assistance to TAS professional staff, including front desk reception, tutoring desk reception, and tracking and recording attendance in the tutoring rooms.

Responsibilities
  • Answer all incoming calls to the Center for Academic Success or the Tutoring Reception Desk; direct the calls to the appropriate personnel
  • Give information about our services to students, faculty, and staff
  • Keep work environment clean and orderly
  • Perform various clerical duties
  • Sign students, tutors, and TA’s in and out of appointments and drop-in sessions
  • Track hours worked and complete timesheets accordingly
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • Responsible, dependable, honest, and trustworthy
  • Friendly, patient, and sensitive to a diversity of students
  • Basic knowledge of Georgia Tech’s campus and campus services
  • *Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester.

EXPLORE Tutor

Starting Salary: $11.00 per hour

Hours: 4-8 hours per week*

In order to support a course, Explore Tutors must have earned an “A” in the course at Georgia Tech (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).

Responsibilities
  • Work a minimum of 4 hours (2 shifts) per week in the Explore tutoring lounge
  • Track hours worked and complete timesheets accordingly
  • Complete required Peer Tutoring Training course in the first semester of tutoring
  • Attend all trainings and biweekly meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
  • Be eligible to support either [CHEM 1211K and 1212K] or [MATH 1551, 1552, and 1553 (1554 and 1564 are eligible to support 1553)]. Grades will be pulled at the beginning and end of eac semester to ensure requirements are met.
  • Be available to tutor at least 4 hours per week
  • Have a professional reference (faculty, advisor, supervisor, TA, etc.)
  • Be available to enroll in the training course, CETL 2001: Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring, on Thursdays at 10:55 – 11:45 AM during the first semester of tutoring
  • Being a previous SMaRT, SHaRP, or Explore student is preferred but not required

*Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester.

Physics Drop-In Tutor

Starting Salary: $11.00 per hour

Hours: 4 to 20 hours per week

Physics Drop-In Tutors work in the Physics Help Desk helping students who are taking Physics I and II. This service is a drop-in program offered in collaboration with the School of Physics and Tutoring & Academic Support. Physics Drop-In Tutors are also eligible to serve as a 1-to-1 Tutor or PLUS Leader in addition to this role. All of our tutors participate in a training and certification program focused on developing practical and transferable skills for their future careers.

In order to support a course, Physics Drop-In Tutors must have earned an “A” in the course at Georgia Tech (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).

Responsibilities
  • Work a minimum of 4 hours per week in the Physics Help Desk
  • Track hours worked and complete timesheets accordingly
  • Complete required Peer Tutoring Training course in the first semester of tutoring
  • Attend all trainings and biweekly meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
  • Be eligible to support both PHYS 2211 and PHYS 2212. Grades will be pulled at the beginning and end of each semester to ensure requirements are met.
  • Be available to tutor at least 4 hours per week
  • Have a professional reference (faculty, advisor, supervisor, TA, etc.)
  • Be available to enroll in the training course, CETL 2001: Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring, on Thursdays at 10:55 – 11:45 AM during the first semester of tutoring
  • *Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester.

BME Focus Tutor

Starting Salary: $11.00 per hour

Hours: 4 to 20 hours per week

In order to support a course, BME Focus Tutors must have earned an “A” in the course at Georgia Tech (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).

Responsibilities
  • Work a minimum of 4 hours (2 shifts) per week in the FOCUS tutoring lounge
  • Track hours worked and complete timesheets accordingly
  • Complete required Peer Tutoring Training course in the first semester of tutoring
  • Attend all trainings and biweekly meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Georgia Tech undergraduate student in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing
  • Have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
  • Be eligible to support BMED 2210, 3100, 3310, 3400, and 3520. Grades will be pulled at the beginning and end of eac semester to ensure requirements are met.
  • Be available to tutor at least 4 hours per week
  • Have a professional reference (ffaculty, advisor, supervisor, TA, etc.)
  • Be available to enroll in the training course, CETL 2001: Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring, on Thursdays at 10:55 – 11:45 AM during the first semester of tutoring

*Federal Work Study students may not exceed their award amount for the semester.