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TRIO UB/UBMS Education Associate Student Worker

  • Applications open
  • 1 vacancies
  • All students may apply
  • Department
    TRIO Upward Bound
  • Job starts
    May 2021
  • Job ends
  • Work schedule
    Monday – Friday may include days, evenings and/or weekends
  • Pay Level C
    $10.85 starting wage, then $11.25 after 1,000 hours worked at this level

Major job duties

  • Provide 1-1 or small group tutoring with TRIO UB/UBMS high school students who are in need of academic assistance with general tutoring or study skills strategies for high school success & college preparation.
  • Assist high school students to improve in general courses and/or advanced courses (i.e., writing, chemistry, biology, physics, math) 
  • Engage with staff, teachers, and high school students to assist in planning, coordinating and conducting college prep, interest inventories, and career exploration workshops.
  • Assist with the recruitment of high school students at Washington Technology Magnet High School or Hmong College Prep Academy to be part of the program. 
  • Assist UB & UBMS Coordinators and Advisors in planning and implementation of events, college visits, and logistics as needed
  • Maintain and develop relationships with college and high school personnel
  • Assist with inputting data in student access data
  • Assist with the summer online program
  • Assist with other duties as assigned
  • Attend trainings

Qualifications and experience

  • Must have excellent writing and communication skills
  • Ability to tutor, explain and teach others how to improve on their writing, math, comprehension and study skills
  • Provide leadership to high school students
  • Must be able to work independently or with minimal supervision
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Develop a full understanding of the TRIO programs, the two target high schools we serve, and the students served.
  • Ability to enforce standards and regulations, and to react quickly in emergency situations
  • Ability to create and maintain computerized records
  • Assist in conducting workshops using in-depth knowledge on college access subjects as such FAFSA, ACT prep, financial literacy, and scholarships and other study skills subject
  • Experience in working in a team environment
  • Ability to be flexible
  • Timely, professional, and respectful
  • Ability to self-reflect, give and receive feedback

Priority consideration will be given to those who have completed upper division course works

To apply

Submit your resume, cover letter describing your interest and a list of days and times of the week you are available to work to