Peer Educator Application
PURPOSE OF THIS POSITION:
Provide academic, personal, and/or career support to students from peer to peer
Foster success in and out of the classroom by providing support, motivation, and accountability to fellow students through peer coaching in a 1-on-1 or group setting. Peer Educators offer a variety of academic resources and personal development services such as:
- supplemental instruction (SI)
- one-on-one meetings
- study strategies
- text anxiety
- time management
- major and career exploration
- campus involvement
- decision making skills
- stress management
- the overall college transition and much more
Are you living on campus or off campus?
On campus, but I plan to move off campus within 1-2 semesters
worked another job on campus?
If yes, what job(s)/department(s)?
Expected Date of Graduation:
Current Cumulative GPA:
2nd year at Tulane
3rd year at Tulane
4th year at Tulane
5th year at Tulane
Are you a transfer student?
Do you plan to study abroad in the 2014-2015 academic year?
If yes, which semester?
Both Fall/Spring 2014-2015
Student/Campus Involvement History:
Dates of Involvement
Position/Place of Employment
Dates of Employment
Please list 2 references:
In what capacity do you know this person?
Best way to contact
Please answer the following questions:
If someone asked you to explain the services at TASC, what would you tell him/her? (Limit 100 words)
Have you ever used any of the services at TASC before?
If yes, what was your experience like?
Will you be able to commit at least 5-10 hours per week to this position if hired? The schedule is flexible based on your availability.
Which area(s) of the Peer Educator position interest you most?
One-on-one peer coaching
Program assessment, research and data analysis
Please tell us about your strengths in the area(s) you selected. (Limit 100 words.)
If you’re interested in being hired for tutoring, please list all the subjects that you feel qualified to tutor:
Tulane Course Code
If you’re interested in being hired for Supplemental Instruction, please list all the subjects that you feel qualified for by referring to the Fall 2014 Tulane Class Schedule online:
Tulane Course Code
What else would you like us to know about you? (Limit 100 words.)
Finally, pretend you're a Peer Educator at TASC, and you receive the following email. Please create a pretend email response below. (Limit 250 words.)
——————————— Fictitious Email ———————————
Hey, Sorry I missed our tutoring appointment last week…things have been cRaZy!!! I’ve been super busy with my student organization and my off campus job. I haven’t had any time to study for my test which is in two days! I’m very behind and I’m struggling with the basics of the course. Ahh…help! When you can meet? I need to see you ASAP!! I’m available any time…even at midnight if that’s when you’re free! It’s not like I sleep much anyway haha. Maybe I should talk to a professional about that…I’ve been kind of depressed and been sick with mono. Anyway, please email me back right away. If you can’t meet, maybe you can just give me copies of your old tests which I’d be totally cool with!
How did you hear about the Peer Educator position?
Current Peer Educator
Tulane Academic Success Center website
Word of Mouth
Please provide the name of the person who referred you:
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Rising Sophomore, Junior, Senior, or Graduate Student
Students who are proactive, reliable, compassionate, welcoming, and open to change
Students who possess a commitment to the betterment of their peers
Students who are comfortable working one-on-one or presenting to a group
REQUIREMENTS IF HIRED:
You must be available to attend training on the evening of Friday, August 29, 2014 and all day on Saturday, August 30, 2014.
You must be willing to work an average of 5-10 hours per week.
You must adhere to a prescribed "Code of Ethics" that requires professionalism and a respect for the privacy of the students who use our services.
You must complete a Weekly Report which will be provided for you.
You will be expected to attend all staff trainings, meetings, and events throughout the academic year. A schedule will be provided to you in advance and you will be paid for these events.
Undergraduate students will earn $9.00 per hour upon hire. Graduate students will earn $15.00 per hour upon hire.
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