Jobs and Leadership Opportunities

Jobs and Leadership Opportunities

 

Academic Support Hiring Information Sessions

Interested in becoming a CAS Tutor or SI Leader? 
Attend an information session below to learn how to become a student employee with the CAS:

  • 11/1 – 6:30p – Shell Tutorial Center and Zoom
  • 11/2 – 6:30p – Shell Tutorial Center and Zoom
  • 11/3 – 6:30p – Shell Tutorial Center and Zoom
  • 11/4 – 6:30p – Zoom only
  • 11/5 – 3:30p – Zoom only

 


Tutor

The Center for Academic Success provides quality peer tutoring in LSU Library. Tutors assist students with homework, project and assignment fundamentals; help students understand concepts; and apply effective learning strategies. Tutoring peers is a rewarding experience as tutors not only empower their peers, but also strengthen their own conceptual knowledge and academic performance. Tutors also have the opportunity to become a certified peer tutor within two semesters.

For further information contact the Associate Director of Academic Support. 
Apply Online »

Qualifications

  • Enrolled LSU student (6+ hours registered per semester)
  • Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Credit or completion of LSU courses within range of B+ and A+.
    • Exceptions granted with faculty recommendation
  • Preference for A- and above in the following courses:
    • CHEM 1201, 1202
    • MATH 1431, 1550, 1552
    • PHYS 2001, 2002, 2110

Work Requirements

  • Weekly workload between 5-20 hours
  • Provide 1 on 1 or small-group tutoring to LSU students
  • Participation in required tutor certification process
  • Attend all necessary meetings and trainings

Benefits

  • Starting Pay: $10.00/hr
  • Communication Interpersonal skill development
  • Ability to think quickly under pressure
  • Higher order thinking skills
  • Increased ability to manage learning and study strategies
  • Subject-specific knowledge and understanding
  • Stress and time management skills

 


Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader

Supplemental Instruction is an exemplary, peer-led academic assistance program designed to help students succeed in challenging courses. Supplemental Instruction leaders collaborate with faculty to organize and deliver additional study sessions to aid students in learning course material.

For further information contact the Associate Director of Academic Support.
Apply Online » 

Qualifications

  • Enrolled LSU student (6+ hours registered per semester)
  • An overall GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Credit or completion of LSU courses with a grade of A- or above.
    • Exceptions granted with faculty recommendation
  • Prior enrollment with course instructor is preferred.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

Requirements

  • Weekly workload approximately 12 hrs
  • Participate in pre-semester training workshops every semester
  • Conduct weekly study sessions using SI facilitation methods
  • Attend all classes for SI course
  • Conduct one weekly office hour for individual student questions
  • Meet with SI course instructor throughout semester

Benefits

  • Starting Pay: $11.00/hr
  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Ability to think quickly under pressure
  • Higher order thinking skills
  • Increased ability to manage learning and study strategies
  • Subject-specific knowledge and understanding
  • Stress and time management skill

 


Tutorial Center Support Staff

The Shell Tutorial Center serves many LSU students each semester through the dedication of tutors. The Tutorial Center Liaisons work with tutors to ensure that students receive service in a timely manner. The Tutorial Center Front Desk provides schedule and course offering information. The ideal candidate is an undergraduate student who is dependable, organized, detail-oriented and friendly. The Support Staff positions are currently pulled from SI Leader and Tutor applications.

For further information contact the Associate Director of Academic Support

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Marketing and Design Graduate Assistant

The Center for Academic Success team is seeking a student employee in marketing and design. The work includes social media advertisement production and effectiveness measurement, graphic design, photography and videography, public relations and event work, and writing. The student marketing team has the opportunity to further develop these skills, gain experience, and add writing/design/video items to their professional portfolio with flexible hours and opportunity for growth.

View full Marketing and Design Graduate Assistant job description.
Applications are not being accepted at this time.

 


Marketing and Design Undergraduate Student Worker

The Center for Academic Success team is seeking an undergraduate student worker in marketing and design. The work includes social media advertisement production and effectiveness measurement, graphic design, public relations and event work, writing, video and photography. The student marketing team has the opportunity to further develop these skills, gain experience and add writing/design/video items to their professional portfolio.

The ideal candidate should:

Exemplify proficient written and oral communication skills
Understand social media and digital marketing
Be comfortable working the Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
Have strong organizational, critical thinking and time management skills

Applications must include a resume and cover letter, and any design samples.


CAS Front Desk Student Employee

This position is only open to students who have accepted Federal Work-Study or President's Aid.

This position includes answering the CAS phone at the Welcome Desk, assisting students with scheduling their academic coaching appointments, answering questions for visitors, and office tasks.

If you are interested in this position, apply on Handshake.


IT Accessibility Student Worker

The Center for Academic Success is seeking highly self-motivated individuals to ensure all published content through the LSU CAS is accessible for people with disabilities. Applicants must be proficient in troubleshooting errors and problem solving, but no prior experience in accessibility compliance is needed. Existing CAS content as well as new content will need to be made accessible.

Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Basic understanding of the backend of websites, such as use of Web Content Management Systems (WCMS), such as Omni CMS or WordPress
  • Have at least two semesters remaining before graduation
  • Present excellent communication skills over the phone and in person

Applications are not being accepted at this time.


IT Accessibility Student Worker

Provides PC administration and operational support for constituent areas of the LSU Center for Academic Success. This is a great opportunity for a student who wants hands-on experience in the field of systems administration, exploring troubleshooting, and increasing critical thinking skills 

Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Basic understanding of the backend of websites, such as use of Web Content Management Systems (WCMS), such as Omni CMS or WordPress
  • Have at least two semesters remaining before graduation
  • Present excellent communication skills over the phone and in person

Applications are not being accepted at this time.


Data Analyst Graduate Assistant

The Data Analyst Graduate Assistant will work on projects related to academic success data, including both institutional level data and Center for Academic Success specific data. The Data Analyst Graduate Assistant’s primary responsibilities will include: performing detailed data cleaning and analysis, identifying trends, and assisting with reporting. The Data Analyst will report to the Assistant Director for Planning and Assessment and work closely with the Director for Academic Engagement and Achievement.

View Full Data Analyst Graduate Assistant Job Description.

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

 


Academic Empowerment Graduate Assistant

The Center for Academic Success hires graduate assistants to provide individual academic coaching to assist students with learning strategies, time management, test anxiety, study skills and exam preparation. These graduate assistants will be integral to CAS workshops, presentations, marketing, communication and assessment efforts as well as other projects as needed. 

View full Academic Empowerment Graduate Assistant job description.
Applications are not being accepted at this time.

 


Academic Support Graduate Assistant

Academic Support Graduate Assistants conduct observations of Supplemental Instruction (SI) leaders, assist in SI leader training and collect and verify paperwork turned in to the SI program. Applicants must be available to work in the evening and possess a background in academic support. 

View full Academic Support Graduate Assistant job description.
Applications are not being accepted at this time.


 

LSU CAS

Main Office
B-31 Coates
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
225-578-2872
cas@lsu.edu

Shell Tutorial Center
141B LSU Library
M-Th: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
F: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sunday: 1 - 5 p.m.
225-578-6757

 

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