Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support program for challenging courses. SI leaders are students who attend classes, model effective academic skills and lead group study sessions for their classmates. SI leaders are paid for helping fellow students while strengthening their own academic skills. It might be a good fit for you if you're comfortable working in groups and enjoy explaining material in a fun, innovative way.
We accept applications on an ongoing basis. Each semester, we have openings in math, chemistry and some additional courses. We encourage you to submit your application now for future openings. We strive to have all SI leaders in place before a semester begins.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All SI training meetings have moved online. All mandatory training sessions will take place on Teams for fall 2022. Remote SI training merge/transition:
During our SI training sessions, we model the UMKC SI Model with our fun and interactive components. Our training sessions are scheduled weekly or bi-weekly and cover a variety of topics. Attendance at mandatory training meetings provides resources for SI leaders and helps them create the best SI sessions for their students. All training sessions are developed to mirror the SI model.
A University Writing Center (UWC) undergraduate peer or extra-help writing coach will perform the following duties:
An undergraduate peer coach must be at least a second-year, full-time student in an NIU program who has successfully completed or met NIU's first-year composition requirements.
Undergraduate peer writing coaches must be willing to work a consistent schedule for at least 10 hours per week each semester. They select their own schedules within UWC hours of operation.
The University Writing Center (UWC) hiring process consists of the following:
Submit all documents to email@example.com.
A University Writing Center (UWC) graduate assistant will perform the following duties:
Continuing graduate assistants will perform the following additional duties:
Graduate assistants must be enrolled full time in an NIU graduate program or have an approved underload status. They must be willing to work a consistent schedule for 10 or 20 hours per week, depending on their appointment, during each semester. Graduate assistants select their own schedules within UWC hours of operation.
The application process consists of multiple parts:
Email all documents to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: UWC GA application. No incomplete applications will be considered.