Undergraduate Student Employment Opportunities
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
Undergraduate Teaching Assistants help with First-Year Engineering courses, working with faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants. Duties include helping students during class, grading, assisting with office hours, attending weekly meetings with the teaching team, and other duties as assigned. This position is paid hourly, and the expectation is for you to work 5 to 7 hours per week with the possibility of working up to 15 hours per week occasionally. To apply, students must have completed First-Year Engineering course work (or equivalent) with a B or better.
Fall 2017: Applications are currently being accepted. For consideration, please complete the APPLICATION in its entirety. Deliver your completed application to Armstrong Hall’s First-Year Engineering Operations Center (ARMS B122).First-Year Engineering Operations Center - Armstrong Hall, Room B122, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Student Employment Opportunities
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Graduate Teaching Assistants help ENE faculty with instruction and instructional material development for First-Year Engineering courses. Duties range from lecturing, course material development, maintaining course management software, holding office hours, grading, mentoring Undergraduate TAs, and other duties as assigned.
Applications are accepted throughout the semester on an adhoc basis. Priority is given to applications for the Fall semester that are received by APRIL 1. For consideration, please print your completed APPLICATION. Attach an up-to-date CV/Resume and deliver it to the collection drop box in Armstrong Hall's First-Year Engineering Operations Center (Rm. B-122). Only complete applications with CV/resumes are considered. Preference given to PhD students and early program Master students. Typically, hiring decisions are made in early April, and continue until all available positions are filled.
If you have questions, please stop in the First-Year Engineering Operations Center in Armstrong Hall, Room B122 or e-mail: email@example.com