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Staff Testimonials

"I feel as though working as a tutor has made me responsible in some small part for the academic success of the overall ASU community. Through my work, I feel I am making a difference in students' experiences, which has also created a sense of responsibility I did not previously have."

"I am able to interact with individuals from social and academic groups I would never otherwise meet. Additionally, the collaborative nature of the tutoring center has introduced me to some of my closest friends and created a place where academic, social, and professional support exist simultaneously."

 

"I like working for UASP because my coworkers are so warm and willing to share their knowledge, that it feels like we are a team working to better our campus."

Tutoring Center and Writing Center Employment

In the United States, 80 percent of undergraduate students and many graduate students work while going to school. Working fifteen hours or fewer while in college has been proven to increase student success. What better place to work than for the ASU Tutoring Centers and Writing Centers, where you can reinforce your academic knowledge while working with your peers.

University Academic Success Programs (UASP) employs undergraduate and graduate students as desk aides, tutors, writing tutors, supplemental instruction (SI study group) leaders, online tutors, graduate writing tutors, and graduate statistics tutors.

UASP is looking for students to work in a peer to peer model to serve the diverse ASU student population. Furthermore, UASP peer staff collaborates with students to develop shared learning experiences to enhance success. UASP is committed to advancing social justice by creating inclusive spaces for learners, providing ongoing professional development to professional and student staff, and engaging in a continual examination of our policies and practices. ASU is measured not by whom it excludes but by whom it includes and UASP is committed to supporting the charter by helping all learners succeed. Furthermore, UASP collaborates with faculty members to develop shared learning experiences to enhance student success.

How to Apply for Student Staff Positions

Visit the ASU Student Employment website and follow the steps below to apply for tutor, SI leader, and desk aide positions. Please check back frequently to see when positions are posted. 

  1. Click on Search for Student Jobs.
  2. At the Student Employment Job Search page, click the Search On-Campus Jobs button.
  3. Type in the requisition number or click the search button to find the desired position.
  4. Please note that, even if the initial close date has passed, you can still submit your materials. Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling deadline until all positions are filled.

To assist in your search, requisition numbers are listed below. You can search for these specific positions using the requisition number.

Tips for Applying

Here are a few helpful tips to consider as you are applying for positions with UASP:

  1.  Read the entire job description, desired qualification, and instructions for applying (which are near the bottom).
  2.  If you are new to writing a cover letter, or have never had a job before, consider answering these questions as a part of what you write:
    • How will working this job benefit you as as student?
    • What skills would you bring, if hired, to this position?
    • What do you hope to learn in this position?
  3. UASP hosted a Hiring Q&A event on Thursday, April 21. You can view the reocording of that event or view a PDF of the presentation
  4. ASU Career and Professional Development Services has many helpful resources on resumes, application materials, and interviewing tips on their website

Positions

Applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted via phone or email. Disregard the close date listed as hiring will continue past the close date until positions are filled. 

*All positions are Federal Work Study eligible. Only desk aide applicants must have Federal Work Study to be hired (Federal Work Study preferred).  Applicants do not have to be Work Study eligible to apply for tutoring and supplemental instruction positions.

Get more information about Federal Work Study and/or fill out a Federal Work-Study Adjustment form.

ASU Online Students enrolled in courses at ASU are elligible to apply to positions. 

PositionRequisition NumberCampus LocationPosition Status
Chatbot Tutor78006AllAccepting Applications
Desk Aide*77923Downtown PhoenixAccepting Applications
Lead Tutor77920Downtown PhoenixAccepting Applications 
Tutor77935Downtown PhoenixAccepting Applications
Writing Tutor77915Downtown PhoenixAccepting Applications
Online Graduate Statistics TutorOnlineNot Accepting Applications
Online Graduate Writing Tutor77918OnlineAccepting Applications
Desk Aide*77924PolytechnicAccepting Applications
Lead Tutor77922PolytechnicAccepting Applications
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader77989PolytechnicAccepting Applications
Tutor77938PolytechnicAccepting Applications
Writing Tutor77916PolytechnicAccepting Applications
Desk Aide*77940TempeAccepting Applications 
Lead Tutor77919TempeAccepting Applications 
Tutor77934TempeAccepting Applications 
ScriptwriterTempeNot Accepting Applications 
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader78040TempeAccepting Applications
Video Editor78408TempeAccepting Applications
Writing Tutor78050TempeAccepting Applications
YouTube Graphic Designer78409TempeAccepting Applications
Desk Aide*77925WestAccepting Applications
Lead Tutor77921WestAccepting Applications
Tutor77968WestAccepting Applications
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader78042WestAccepting Applications
Writing Tutor77917WestAccepting Applications


Questions?

Contact Victoria Smith at vhsmith2@asu.edu