Working at LAP

Working at Learning Assistance Programs

Join our team for 2022-2023!

We are looking for students who are interested in working with their peers and supporting student learning at SU! Open positions and links to job descriptions and applications are listed below. Apply to all the positions you are qualified for and interested in pursuing. If you have questions, email us at learningassistance@seattleu.edu.

Tutor

Tutors meet regularly with students (either individually or in pairs) to assist them in understanding course concepts and gaining effective study strategies.

Tutor Job Description (No Open Positions at this Time)

Study Group Facilitator/Language Conversation Group Facilitator

Facilitators offer weekly group sessions where students collaborate with peers to actively engage with course content and strengthen learning strategies.

Facilitated Study Group/Language Conversation Group Leader Job Description (No Open Positions at this Time)

Subject Specialist

Subject specialists meet with students to discuss challenges and/or concerns in a particular course, offer learning strategies, and recommend academic resources. They tutor students individually and in pairs and serve as a liaison to faculty.

Language Subject Specialist Job Description

Math Subject Specialist Job Description

Nursing Subject Specialist Job Description 

 Science Subject Specialist Job Description

No open positions at this time, AY2022-2023.

Office Assistant

LAP Office Assistants staff our front desk. They assist students with information, scheduling requests, paperwork, and more as well as work on a wide variety of office tasks and special projects as assigned by professional staff.

LAP Office Assistant Job Description (Filled for 2022-2023)

 

 

 

 

 

When I leave LAP, I will miss working with such enthusiastic peers and tutees. Thank you for everything you have taught me and being a part of my professional and personal growth!

SeattleU student

A highlight of working with LAP has been learning from my students and their unique learning styles, the patterns they pick up on that I may have missed when I learned the material. I also love the confidence that leading large study groups gave me when addressing groups or giving presentations.

SeattleU student