Must be eligible for Federal Work Study funds through Financial Aid.
Note: This is a Federal Work Study Student Worker Position only available to OHSU Students
Peer Tutors are responsible for providing academic assistance to undergraduate students in select coursework. Tutoring is not teaching, but rather supplemental learning for students needing additional assistance with course content. The peer tutoring program at OHSU utilizes both group and one-on-one tutoring to assist students with course topics. Exhibit professional behavior and adhere to confidentiality requirements Review and abide by the Tutoring Code of Ethics Work with students in both group and individual settings Have availability to meet with students (hours and times may vary between terms) Coach students on in areas assigned by faculty: which may include: clinical skills, study skills, note taking, organization, and time management Communicate with professors regarding individual student needs and progress Maintain records of tutoring activities including time keeping and tutoring notes Provide additional support to organization of SCLC as assigned
Enrolled in or on vacation from or is otherwise registered in (check one)
High School, OR
An OHSU Undergraduate Program (minimum 6 credit hours), OR
Graduate Program (minimum 4.5 credit hours)
General office experience.
High level of organization and prioritization skills, team oriented, strong public relations and customer service skills, ability to work cooperatively with academic, unclassified management and classified personnel, strong interpersonal skills and communication skills.
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