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The primary mission of the ASC is to directly promote and support students' academic success by offering a wide range of services. Our student employees play a significant role in implementing academic support by providing on-demand personalized assistance to the USF student community.

Please see below for current openings and opportunities! 


Current Graduate Employment Opportunities: 

Position: Tutoring Hub Graduate Student Position

Duties: The Tutoring Hub offers USF students tutoring assistance in a wide variety of subjects. Help is currently available via one-on-one online appointments and in a collaborative peer-to-peer virtual group setting. The subjects offered include General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Accounting, Finance, Economics, and Study Skills.

 The ASC Tutoring Hub Graduate Student position involves support in various aspects, including collaborating with ASC administration to support peer tutors in utilizing diverse tutoring methods when working with undergraduate students, independently oversees the center operations (currently fully remote) during evening and weekend hours, and assists in the coordination of tutoring support involving training, scheduling, supervision and the evaluation of tutors and other undergraduate student employees.

Average Number of Hours per Week: 20.00 hours per week

Schedule: Variable according to class schedule and ASC hours of operation. This will require some evening and weekend work hours.

Minimum Qualifications:  Must be an admitted USF graduate student (Masters or Doctoral) in good academic standing in a related field of study such as Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Education, Math or Science Education, and Business.

Preferred Qualifications: At least one year of tutoring experience in a higher education setting.
Student leadership experience in either a work or volunteer setting.
Instructional experience in a STEM or related field such as Biology or Chemistry.

Required documents (MUST BE UPLOADED TO APPLICATION):For all applicants include class schedule (tentative schedule for Spring 2021), unofficial transcript (if you are in your first semester of your graduate program, please include undergraduate transcript), and CV or resume.

Apply HERE: Tutoring Hub Graduate Student Position Application Form


Position: Writing Studio Graduate Student Coordinator Position

Duties: The Writing Studio at the University of South Florida encourages students to engage in writing as a recursive practice through sustained research, analysis, and reflection. We offer free one-on-one and group writing consultations with peer undergraduate and graduate student writing consultants. Our services are available to students from all majors, at all levels of study, and at all stages in the writing process. The Studio’s mission is to support USF writers as they develop writing, reading, and critical thinking practices appropriate for their majors and future professions.

The USF Writing Studio is currently seeking a graduate student from any discipline with strong experience as a writer to serve as a Coordinator for 20 hours each week. This Coordinator will work closely with the Assistant Director and other Coordinator to prepare writing workshops for programs across campus, promote the ASC's services, train and mentor writing consultants, assist with data tracking, and help with hiring/recruiting. This is an ideal position for a graduate student who likes to work in a dynamic work environment, mentor others, and take an interdisciplinary approach to writing support across the university.

 Average Number of Hours per Week: 20.00 hours per week

 Schedule: Variable according to class schedule and ASC hours of operation. This will require some evening and weekend work hours. Note that we plan to continue remote operations in Spring 2021 at this time, though this is subject to change per state and university policy.

Minimum Qualifications:  Must be an admitted USF graduate student (Masters or Doctoral) in good academic standing. Students from all disciplines are welcome to apply.

Preferred Qualifications: Strong background in writing (in any discipline), teaching and/or tutoring experience, good organizational skills.

Required documents (MUST BE UPLOADED WITH APPLICATION): Applicants will be asked to submit their CV or resumé when completing the application form (see below). Finalists will be asked to submit their class schedule (tentative schedule for Spring 2021) and unofficial transcript.

 Apply HERE: Writing Studio Graduate Student Coordinator Position Form


CURRENT Undergraduate EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

Position: Tutoring Hub Undergraduate Student Tutor Position Finance/Accounting/Economics

Duties:  The Tutoring Hub offers USF students tutoring assistance in a wide variety of subjects. Help is currently available fully online via one-on-one online appointments and in a collaborative peer-to-peer virtual group setting. For spring 2021 all tutoring will remain online through Microsoft TEAMS.

 The Tutoring Hub is currently seeking a tutor for the following courses:

ACG 2021             Principles of Financial Accounting

ACG 2071             Managerial Accounting

FIN 3403               Principles of Finance

ECO 2013             Macroeconomics

ECO 2023             Microeconomics

 The following list provides examples of the most typical duties for this position; it may not include all the work that may be assigned to the position. 

Utilizing tutoring best practices to support student learning

Keeping the learner as the central focus of all work

Strengthening students’ ability to learn effectively and efficiently

Presenting themselves in an inviting, helpful, and approachable manner

Creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust for students and coworkers

Establishing collaborative working relationships with other tutors, GA’s, and ASC administrators

Flexibility regarding assigned tutoring areas which will vary depending on student needs

Attending meetings and required trainings

Average Number of Hours per Week: 10.00- 20.00 hours per week

Schedule: Variable according to class schedule and ASC hours of operation. This will require some evening and weekend work hours.

Minimum Qualifications: Currently enrolled, USF students in good academic standing with a minimum overall GPA of 3.25. B+ or higher in courses in the tutored subject.

Required documents (MUST BE UPLOADED TO APPLICATION): For all applicants include class schedule (tentative schedule for Spring 2021), unofficial transcript, and CV or resume.

 Apply HERE: Tutoring Hub Undergraduate Tutor Application Form