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Lansing Community College

Student Employee - Peer Tutor - Spanish 121

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Work status: Regular/Continuing
Location: LCC Downtown Campus
Categories: Student
Work type: Part Time
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Title: Student Employee - Peer Tutor - Spanish 121

Hours Per Week: Up to 25 Hours

Compensation Type: Hourly Salary

New Hire Starting Pay: 13.50

Employee Classification: Students Working

Level: Student-2

Division: Academic Affairs Division - 40000

Department: Learning Commons - 20540

Campus Location: LCC Downtown Campus

Position Type: Regular/Continuing

Bargaining Unit: Non Bargaining

Department Contact Name (Student): Kristi Thurlby

Department Contact Email (Student):

Department Contact Phone # (Student): 517-483-9660

Job Summary:

Student applicants are encouraged to follow up with the Department Contact listed above regarding the status of their submitted application. Student positions are filled each semester on a need-to-hire basis. Applicants are reviewed whenever the department has an immediate need to fill a vacancy; the review of applications typically ends once all available positions are filled.

Peer Tutors will work with the teaching faculty and professional tutors as assigned throughout the semester, engaging in student outreach, facilitating regularly scheduled study groups, participate in on-going tutor training sessions, and department wide meetings. The Learning Commons department is committed to providing a friendly, inspiring, supportive, and helpful work and learning environment through a culture of care.
Peer Tutors must be able to commit to working at least 8 hours per week during the semester. Evenings and weekend assignments may be required.
The purpose of student employment is to provide current LCC student employees with the opportunity to acquire job skills and experiences during semesters while actively attending classes at LCC. A Peer Tutor’s primary role in the Learning Commons Department is to provide excellent services to support student success initiatives of the College, which also promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Regular on campus presence is expected for all LCC employment. Any flexible work schedules and/or hybrid work schedules approved by the College are subject to change based on the needs of the LCC community.

Requirements for LCC Student Employment:

The primary purpose of student employment is to provide current LCC students the opportunity to acquire job skills and experiences during semesters in which they are attending classes as follows:
• Enrolled and actively attending the following total LCC credit hours by semester:
- Fall and/or Spring Semester(s) = 6.0 credits minimum (taken over 16-week period)
- Summer Semester = 3.0 credits minimum (taken over 8-week period)
Note: International students (i.e. F-1 visa holders w/ valid I-20 issued by LCC) must meet the following minimum enrollment requirements each semester, in order to maintain employment eligibility per United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS):
- Fall and/or Spring Semester(s) = 12.0 credits min. (taken over 16-week period)
- Summer Semester = 3.0 credits min. (taken over 8-week period)

Additional Position Requirements:

• Minimum GPA of 3.0 at LCC or from high school
• Completion of one of the following courses with a 3.0 or higher: Spanish 121
• Two references will be required. One must be from a LCC Spanish Instructor. You must provide the name of your LCC Instructor to the Learning Commons prior to a scheduled interview.
The second reference must be from a non-family member (e.g. current or previous employer, teacher, scout leader, etc.), name and contact information to be provided to the Learning Commons at the interview.
• Proficient with Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Preferred Qualifications:

• 3.5 GPA or better at LCC or from high school.
• Experience tutoring, mentoring, teaching, and/or coaching (may be volunteer, internship, or professional work experience).
• Experience in customer service (may be volunteer, internship, or professional work experience).

Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.


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