In addition to being paid positions, employment in the TLC offers numerous benefits:

  • Improved communication and interpersonal skills
  • Increased course mastery (peer tutors)
  • Connection to professional LSC staff
  • Relevant additions to your resume
  • Strengthened knowledge of campus resources
  • Flexible scheduling – shifts are scheduled around your courses
  • Internationally recognized CLRA Peer Tutor Training—Level 1 Certificate (peer tutors)
  • Opportunity to meet other LSC students

Now Hiring for Fall 2023 and Spring 2024

View current TLC Student Employment openings on Handshake. Log into your preset Handshake account with your star ID and password. Select the “Jobs” tab in the upper left corner. Then select the “On-campus” filter option to see all open student worker positions. To express interest in a position, click “Apply”. Please email the TLC Director () if you have any questions. All applicants must meet the requirements listed under the LSC Student Employment Policy and be able to fulfill the job duties listed below.

Job Duties

Reception and Computer Support

Greet and assist students as they enter the Tutoring and Learning Center; answer the phone; take messages/tutor appointments; prepare documents and materials that require a strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, particularly Microsoft Word and Office 365; assist students in navigating online courses and developing computer skills; perform light cleaning to maintain a neat and orderly work environment; other duties as assigned.

Math Peer Tutor

Assist students in understanding math principles; provide study tips/examples of similar problems. Tutors are needed in two different Math labs. Math Lab A supports students in classes ranging from Algebra I to Pre-Calculus Math Lab B supports students from Calculus I to Differential Equations. Most student tutors work in one lab or the other. Math tutors are required to have A’s and B’s in areas they wish to tutor.

Science Peer Tutor

Peer tutors needed in all sciences and allied health programs. Preferred candidates will be able to tutor in a few subject areas, including but not limited to biology (especially cell biology, anatomy and physiology 1&2, microbiology, and pathophysiology), all levels of chemistry, psychology, and nursing.

Writing Peer Tutor

Assist students in developing effective paragraph, essay, and research paper writing skills for all subjects. Assist students with D2L, Microsoft Office (particularly Microsoft Word and Office 365), and other online resources as needed. Science tutors are required to have A’s and B’s in areas they wish to tutor.

Interested in tutoring multiple subjects or ones that aren’t listed here? Contact the TLC Director or speak to a Professional Tutor.